Look for fast times and great matchups at Lehigh on Friday!
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PTXC 10, Red, White & Blue, Penn State, Unionville, Abington, DeSales, and more are on tap for the biggest week of the season yet!
Wissahickon's Ahmir Johnson reflects on what was a great high school career in the jumps, hurdles, and sprints.
Between Henderson, Baldwin, Stan Morgan, and more, Week 7 was HUGE!
Milton Hershey's Treyvon Ferguson has continued to impress in to the triple jump.
Ayden Owens and John Reichenbach top a loaded list of boys long jump returners into the spring season.
Which athlete's have the best combined long jump and triple jumping ability?
Garland and Owens to go head-to-head in the pentathlon, Kratz goes for more in the sprints, and many more big names are set for NBNI!
Payton Morris hunts for pole vault gold and Treyvon Ferguson aims to add an indoor state title to his outdoor win, while events like the long jump, high jump, and shot put are WIDE open!
Johnson was ranked second in Pennsylvania in the long jump and triple jump.
The DVGTCA and TFCAofGP have their Meet of Champions and the TSTCA has its championship meet.
A look at some of the top performances from around the state this week!
The Millrose Games, DVGTCA, TFCAofGP, and another Kutztown meet make up another big weekend!
The national rankings have been overrun by a large contingent of Pennsylvania athletes!
Some big performances were put down in the last big PA invite of 2017.
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!
Bishop Loughlin, Hall Of Fame Coaches, Dickinson, DVGTCA, and TFCAofGP headline this weekend!
Kyle Garland, Jose Barbon, Isaiah Ritchie, and Brendan Sparr make up a deep group of strong long jumpers in PA.
Imhotep's Kristian Marche and Dock's Austin Kratz will be the ones to beat in the 60 this winter.
Miles Green just missed a state title last winter. Is this his year?
Starh Haven's Dayo Abeeb and Milton Hershey's Treyvon Ferguson are among the state's top returners in the triple jump.
What should you keep your eye on this week?
Recapping another big week of XC action!
DELCOs, William Tennent, TSTCAs, Ridgway, Salesianum, Gettysburg & more headline another big week of XC action in PA!
Long-time, eminently successful, and widely respected Wissahickon girls' track & field and cross country coach Michael Walker died on August 23rd. His wife, Donna, shares some of his background...
Penn Trafford grad Kristin Miller, and Wissahickon grad Paige Miller, finished one-two for the women in the 2007 Philadelphia Marathon on Sunday, November 18. Both attained the Olympic Trials qualifying mark. Strong Show for Local Runners - from the November 19 Philadelphia Inquirer
During the two days of competition, and then throughout the beginning of this week, Don Rich talked with athletes and coaches about their experiences at States, and learned some very interesting things. Quaker Valley record-setting 4x100 was mostly a family affair. Simon Gratz was not the first to sweep three relays in a state meet... but it\'s been a long time. And Brad Miller did get something from twin brother Craig before his Friday race, and it wasn\'t advice.
Wisshahickon coach Don Betterly reports that in a dual meet with Cheltenham on Tuesday, May 9, Cheltenham\'s Brandon Bing triple-jumped 46-6, while Wissahickon\'s Folarin Ijelu leapt. 45-5 1/2.
The Upper Dublin girls were nine-point winners over Wissahickon behind the 18:54 by junior Heath Calisto, and the Wissahickon boys took care of business, taking five of the top six spots.
Wissahickon\'s Boys and Girls teams each captured 2nd place awards in the Varsity A Races on the difficult Brandywine Creek State Park course at the annual Salesianum Invitational.
Cardinal O\'Hara easily won the Large Schools race at the Bulldog Invitational at Media\'s Rose Tree Park behind another quick 5K by senior Greg Thomas. In the Small Schools race, Sean Mahoney of Radnor won in 16:25, but his team finished 3rd behind Wissahickon. Cardinal O\'Hara\'s girls also won for the second straight week, taking the Large Schools race, while in the Small School race, Marple Newtown\'s Natalie Finnerty posted the best time of the day, and 18:58.
For the first time in a long time, the soup early September soup kitchen that is Tamanend Park in Bucks county became bearable - but this is cross country, so it was still considered hot. And some quality teams and individuals heated things up even more as the first real race of the season showed some predictions will be right on, while other will have to be revised.
Caitlin Klaas, Craig Kipe, Rick Swanker, Jeff Weiss, Curtis Bixler, Craig Miller, and Krista Simkins pushed the envelope on the track at the 2005 PIAA Track & Field Championships. PennTrackXC.com interviewed all seven...
If this is just a league meet, just wait until the Districts, States and beyond. Krista Simkins... now a seasoned veteran who has met not only competition, but expectations from track fans that began before high school...
Wissahickon\'s Krista Simkins took the one and two-lappers. Quick 800\'s in both races.
The Wissahickon girls defended their home meet and track, winning seven relays, four on the track and three in the field.
Penncrest\'s Karen Shump had thrown over 40\' twice in this, her first season of high school competition. But a PR of 2\' 5-1/2\" is huge.
PA HS grads ran very well in the collegiate portion.
A US#11 Long Jump from Great Valley\'s Janessa Murphy. More standout performances from the girls of West Catholic. And some fast times in the 3000 and DMR.
Great Valley senior Janessa Murphy is hitting her stride this indoor, taking the state lead in the Long Jump and also winning the 55 Dash. Krista Simkins went 25.5 to win the 200. Frosh Ryann Krais won again. West Catholic, behind dual 2:22\'s from Nicole Leach and Latavia Thomas, ran 9:48.1 to win the 4x800. And Frosh Karen Shump put the shot 39-00.
The short sprints and DMR were the hottest events at the 3rd Division 2 meet of the season.