There's a deep crop of high jumpers back on the boys' side this season.
Brianna Smith of Cheltenham leads four girls that have jumped 5-5 are better back this year.
Ephrata's Tyler Shue comes in as the one to beat both statewide and maybe even in the entire country.
Kami Joi Hickson and Taryn Parks lead an always-deep crop of girls 800 returners.
Wilmington's Connor Vass-Gal and Fleetwood's Jeff Kiline threw over 58 feet last indoor season.
Germantown Academy's Meaghan Toscano's is the top returner in the shot put this year in PA.
Haverford School's Daiyaan Hawkins and CD East's Shawn Brown lead the way for boys 60m returners.
Fore Abinusawa of GA ran 7.32 last year in the 60 and she'll be after more this winter.
Upper Dublin's Jaden Price-Whitehead and Shaler's Cam Mbalo are the state's top returners in the triple.
Tesia Thomas of West York looks to be the one to beat entering the season in the triple.
Donovan Sanders of Girard College and Salim Epps of St. Joe's Prep will be the top 400m contenders this winter.
Saucon Valley's Talitha Diggs is out to defend her state title in the two-lapper.
Neshaminy's Dan Dean leads a talented crop of returners vaulters to the fold this season.
Lily Cohen and Sydney Horn pace the way in the girls pole vault as we enter the season.