A list of the top all-time indoor performances in Pennsylvania state history.
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A running list of unsigned college track and field prospects from the class of 2020.
Upper Darby is the team to beat in the sprint relays, while the distance relays offer plenty of intrigue!
Penn Wood's Duncan Tarphen reflects on his career for PennTrackXC
Previewing the 100, 200, 400, high and intermediate hurdles, and the 4x100 and 4x400 at the PIAA State Championships!
A look at how the 100, 200, 400, high and intermediate hurdles, and the sprint relays will play out at the PIAA State Championships!
13 state-leading performances were thrown down in PA track and field over the past week!
The top PA boys performances in each event so far this season (as of 4/11)
Recapping the terrific Week 3 action in some late season weather!
Mykala Perry and Talitha Diggs are back this season with sub-55 second quarter mile times from a year ago.
State College Area won the team title and we go event-by-event recapping the indoor state meet.
CD East will go after the 4x2 victory and Pennridge looks to win the 4x4, while the distance relays will bring close races!
We should see close races in the girls' 4x2, 4x4, 4x8, and DMR at the indoor state meet!
Ranking the top girls times and marks from the PTFCA Indoor State Championships (since 2004)
Davies vs. Abinusawa, Livingston vs. Warren, and a wide open 400 meters!
There are some great battles brewing in the relays this winter. Who are the favorites for state titles?
Speculating how the 60m, 200, and 400m may play out in Pennsylvania this season!
Between the Hispanic Games, Ocean Breeze, Kevin Dare, and more, the state rankings saw some big changes in Week 5.
Recapping the Marine Corps Classic, Ocean Breeze Holiday Festival, and the TFCAofGP from this past weekend.
Pennridge impressed, while Talitha Diggs moved up and clocked a PA#1. There were plenty of strong performances at Lehigh!
Bishop Loughlin, Armory Coaches Hall of Fame, DVGTCA, TFCAofGP, and VaultWorX ruled the weekend.
Mykala Perry of Neumann Goretti leads a talented group of 400 meter returners on the girls side.
Starliper looks for double gold! Close AA races expected! Neumann Goretti goes for AA 4x8 glory!
Davies and Robinson will chase history in the sprints. The Neumann Goretti girls will be on the hunt for as many golds as they can get!
Looking back on a big week of track and field action in PA!
Pan-Ram, Bullis, Latrobe, TSTCA, TFCAofGP, Temple, and more make for a busy Week 4!
Penn Wood ran 4:19 to take the win in Drexel Hill
Kyle Garland left no doubt about it in the pentathlon, Payden Montana scored a second place in the shot put, and a number of big names safely advanced out of the prelims.
Saint Joseph's Prep has the depth to go after 4x2 and 4x4 wins, while the 4x8 and DMR have no clear favorites.
Neumann Goretti will be a tough squad to beat in the 4x4, while Cheltenham looks to make it 5 straight in the 4x2. Strath Haven will go for a sweep in the 4x8 and DMR.
A big Friday night sets the stage for what should be a big state meet on the girls' side next week.
The DVGTCA and TFCAofGP have their Meet of Champions and the TSTCA has its championship meet.
The Carnival is once again stacked and we previewed every event!
The Millrose Games, DVGTCA, TFCAofGP, and another Kutztown meet make up another big weekend!
PA had a huge meet at the Ocean Breeze Invitational in NY!
PA turned in some huge out-of-state performances this weekend!
The Millrose Trials grabbed headlines, but there was plenty of other good action across the state on Wednesday evening.
It's a busy weekend ahead with meets at Penn State, The Armory, Ocean Breeze, Dickinson, Haverford and more!
The Neumann Goretti giels 4x4, Gabrielle Wilkinson, and Austin Kratz put down US#1s, while Abby Norwillo joined an elite group of 13+ PA pole vaulters.
Plenty of big names are slated to appear at Lehigh on Wednesday!
A pair of meets at Lehigh and another at Ursinus make up this weekend.
Recapping the action from Ocean Breeze, The Armory, Lehigh, Dickinson & more!
It will be hard to take down the best PA short sprinter of all-time, but there's plenty of talent in the 60 meters.
12 girls enter this year with indoor times from last year under 2:20.
Pictured is the Penn Wood girls running the SMR US#1 with a time of 3:56.75 at the New Balance National's Outoor Meet.
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This track thing came kinda easy for Penn Wood senior Brittany Wallace. After all, she won a state title in 10th grade. But a new coach, an injury, and the discovery that she really didn't know what a difficult workout was like, have changed everthing for the better. Faster, too...
Two time state champion Brittany Wallace of Penn Wood, selected the University of Houston in an official announcement at the school Friday. (Wallace, with her parents Nyron and Lucille)
Seven of the 12 athletes running for Pitt, Duke, and Lock Haven in the Distance Medley Relay in early February at the Collegiate Invitational in New York graduated from Pennsylvania high schools.Two are in this photo by John Dye of Dyestat.com... Chris Spooner (Lewisburg), running lead-off for the Duke Blue Devils, and just behind him, Ryan Blood (East Pennsboro), for Lock Haven. And North Carolina\'s women were 2nd by .08 to Villanova, going 11:05.31 with the help of Penn Wood graduate Danielle Rodgers.
Karen Shump is making quite an impact among the state\'s shot putters, and with a throw of 40-08, she\'s now US#3. Strath Haven\'s Lisa Vienneau is now US#7 in the mile. Haverford SR Julia Somers set a big PR in the 3000. Penn Wood\'s Simone Carter was a double champ. The 800 was quick, as well...
University of Houston Track and Field Coach Leroy Burrell; a graduate of Penn Wood HS in Lansdowne; was inducted into the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame