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Austin Kratz ran 21.01 indoors. Can he chase the all-time state record outdoors?
Girard College's Thelma Davies will shoot for her third straight AAA state title and fast times in the 200.
Milton Hershey's Treyvon Ferguson has continued to impress in to the triple jump.
In the triple jump, Stroudsburg's Ayanna Burrell was the only girl over 40 feet last spring, but Perk Valley's Christina Warren jumped 40 indoors.
Tristan Forsythe will look to repeat as AA champ, while Liam Conway will look to follow up his indoor state win with an outdoor one.
Taryn Parks (Greencastle-Antrim) dropped a huge time to win the state title last season, but repeating will be a tall task.
Ayden Owens (North Allegheny) and Kyle Garland (Germantown Academy) will look to cement their legacies as two of the best hurdlers in state history.
Madison Langley-Walker (Upper Dublin), Christina Warren (Perkiomen Valley), and Jane Livingston (Conestoga Valley) headline a talented field of high hurdles returners
Jordan Geist has graduated, ushering in a new era of shot putting in PA.
Berwick's Payden Montana won the AAA state title last year, but she enters this spring even better than a year before.
Josh Hoey broke the 800 national record indoors. Can he get the outdoor national record, too?
Gabrielle Wilkinson will look to add to her legacy this spring after running 2:06 last season
Ayden Owens and John Reichenbach top a loaded list of boys long jump returners into the spring season.
Breana Gambrell jumped 20-08.5 last spring. Just how far can she go this season?
Austin Kratz will go after some crazy fast times after a big indoor season, while Sayyid Saunders may be the one to beat in AAA.
Thelma Davies broke the state record last season, running 11.43 at nationals. Just how fast can she go this year?
Seneca Valley's Zach Gehm and South Fayette's Sam Mastro will look to be the new kings of the disc in PA.
Red Lion's Madisen Kling leads the way in the girls' discus this season.
Rusty Kujdych will be shooting for outdoor gold, but Noah Beveridge is hungry for a state crown.
Clara Savchik comes in as the top returner, and Marlee Starliper has looked close to unstoppable this year.
Payton Morris will aim for an outdoor state crown, while Joe Jardine and Charles Dever will challenge him
Abby Norwillo has an outdoor best of 12-10 from last year, but both her and Mackenzie Horn jumped 13 feet indoors.
Miles Green will look to add outdoor gold to his indoor state title in the quarter mile.
Hunter Robinson will look to add 400m gold to her already impressive resume this spring.
Kyle Garland cleared 7-02 last outdoor and he'll aim for more this coming spring and summer.
Palisades' Lydia Bottelier will aim for another big season in AA, while Taylor O'Brien will be worth watching for in a deep AAA.
Ayden Owens will aim for his third straight state title in the 300mH, while Miles Green should put up some quick times, too.
Upper Dublin's Madison Langley-Walker (AAA) and Neumann Goretti's Sydni Townsend (AA) shined in the 300 hurdles last season. Can anyone challenge them this season?
The Dunmore senior is the only javelin thrower that enters this season having thrown over 200 feet, but a number of boys were close.