Kim Gallagher, area's best middle-distance runner ever, remembered 10 years after her death Dec 02, 2012

The afternoon of October 20, 1981, was sunny and breezy, 60 degrees at Montgomery County Community College. The teenager out there running was a future two-time Olympic 800-meter medalist - the best middle-distance runner this area has ever produced. This 17-year-old had a resting heart rate that day of 62. Her left foot hurt her sometimes in the front "near the toes," but only when she walked, not running. (Could it have been her Adidas LA trainers?) (via

Quinn has chance for repeat title Tom Moore Oct 31, 2012

Hatboro-Horsham senior Conner Quinn, who was sixth at the Districts One cross country meet, will try to become just the third repeat Class AAA boys state champion in 46 years. (via

Wyomissing went to Disney, returned with two trophies Oct 16, 2012

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Tennent off to a fast start Tom Moore Sep 19, 2012

After a solid 7-1 dual-meet season in 2011 in which they went 5-1 in the Suburban One League National Conference, the William Tennent boys cross country team is off to another strong start. (via