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Articles with LaSalle College High School
Patrick Anderson ran by Zach Kinne and Dan McGoey for the individual win, as North Allegheny won the team title!
It will be a wild three-team battle for the state title, while the individual race figures to be interesting, as well!
It was a wild Districts Week. We break down some of the best stuff before states!
LaSalle aims to run the table again, it will be close races abound at Belmont Plateau!
The 11th Boys Eastern States race at the Manhattan Invitational is set to kickoff on Saturday with a stupendous amount of talent.
Water crossing, mud, and great finishes highlighted one of the top regular season meets of the year!
Top teams and individuals from PA and beyond will be at Carlisle on Saturday. It's going to be a huge meet once again.
Briarwood, Ben Bloser, Boardman, George School, and Kiski highlighted a big Week 3!
Briarwood, Big Spring, George School, Kiski, and Boardman highlight a strong Week 3!
Rusty Kujdych earned his first win of the season at Briarwood last season before winning a state title.
LaSalle looks to dominate again in AAA, while a close race in AA looms.
Who are the top returning teams in each state? We project the fastest returning teams as well as links to full statewide rankings in all 50 states using our XC team scores rankings feature.
LaSalle looks to continue its dominance; Bonner-Prendie will square off with O'Hara and Wood; Masterman aims to keep it rolling in 1A.
The Neumann Goretti girls dominated
Kujydch goes for the distance season trifecta. CB West goes for 2-in-a-row in the 4x8, as does Forsythe in the 1,600. We'll see tons of close races!
Dever vs. Morris in the pole vault! 3-peat for Sparr? High jumps are wide open! Owens goes for LJ gold!
Between Henderson, Baldwin, Stan Morgan, and more, Week 7 was HUGE!
At the Penn Relays, the Keystone State posted a number of championship winners and big performances that will shake up the rankings.
Looking back on a big week of track and field action in PA!
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.
Josh Hoey broke the 800 national record indoors. Can he get the outdoor national record, too?
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.
Rusty Kujdych will be shooting for outdoor gold, but Noah Beveridge is hungry for a state crown.
Kyle Garland cleared 7-02 last outdoor and he'll aim for more this coming spring and summer.
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.
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!
Liam Conway used his terrific kick to win the mile and 800 at indoor states
Saint Joseph's Prep has the depth to go after 4x2 and 4x4 wins, while the 4x8 and DMR have no clear favorites.
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!
The DVGTCA and TFCAofGP have their Meet of Champions and the TSTCA has its championship meet.
The PTFCA Carnival, SPIRE, the New Balance Grand Prix, PCLs, TSTCA, TFCAofGP Last Chance, and more highlight the coming weekend!
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!
PA had a huge meet at the Ocean Breeze Invitational in NY!
Big out-of-state meets will rule the weekend, but there are plenty of PA meets that should produce some big performances.
A full smattering of meets is coming this weekend with big ones going down at Edinboro, Lawrenceville (NJ), Lebanon Valley, Haverford, and Ursinus, among others!
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!
Rusty Kujdych leads a talented group of 3K returners.
Imhotep's Kristian Marche and Dock's Austin Kratz will be the ones to beat in the 60 this winter.
Kyle Garland is one of the nation's top high jumpers. Just how high can he soar and will anyone be able to compete with him?
Which milers will be looked upon to compete for the state title this winter?
LaSalle won a sixth runner tiebreaker over Council Rock North, while Rusty Kujdych earned the win in a thrilling AAA race.
Rusty Kujdych and Noah Beveridge are the individual favorites, while Seneca Valley, LaSalle, Downingtown West, Council Rock North, Butler, Owen J. Roberts, and Spring Ford are among the teams in the mix.
What caught our eye this districts week as we head into states week?
What should you keep your eye on this week?
Manhattan, Mack Cooper, Mid-Penns, Central Leagues, PHAC, & more are on tap for this weekend!
Mount Tabor and Green Hope travel to the Manhattan Invitational looking to put NC on the map!
Four Nationally ranked programs are set to matchup, alongside three strong harriers on the top of their game.
Recapping a remarkable day in Carlisle.
All you need to know about Saturday's big Carlisle Invitational!
Noah Affolder will be heavily favored to win the state title in his first season in PA, but he'll also look to help his team win, but they'll be challenged.
The LaSalle boys posted a new PA#1 on Saturday!
Philip Wood, a 22-year-old former distance runner on the Texas track and field team, was killed early Sunday morning in a hit-and-run crash. (via www.dailytexanonline.com)
Pleasantville NJ won the COA boys 4x800 in a stellar 7:40.71, Villanova Collegiate Record 8:17.45. Amazing mile in KY with Brock Baker winning in 4:06.77. (Photo by Don Rich)
PHILADELPHIA – Officials of the Penn Relays Carnival couldn’t have asked for a better closing to its high school Distance Night. (Photo by Don Rich)
The return or comeback of several top distance runners seems to be the prevailing theme for the high school races at this weekend's Colonial Relays in Williamsburg which includes both Penn Relays 3K champions from a year ago in Lake Braddock's Sophie Chase and Skyline's Thomas Madden.
The most current running events and interviews from track and field events. Ranging from High running events, NCAA track and field, as well as World running Championships 2013 Husky Classic (via FloTrack)
Westfield tops Kingston (JAM) in the COA 4x800 with a time of 7:39.73. Potomac (MD) 4th in the COA 4x100m, first US team! (Photo by Don Rich)
Photos by Tim Fulton, ArmoryTrack.com
Top returner Will Kellar leads a deep Henderson as a strong favorite for 2009. But 2008 runner-up LaSalle could have what it takes to challenge for the top. Will Perk Valley's Vince Perozze make it two in a row for the school?
While the majority of PA athletes and teams have shut down for the season, two teams from the Philadelphia Catholic League still have members participating in post-season meets. On Saturday, the boys of Cardinal O\'Hara were in New York City at Icahn Stadium, while the West Catholic girls were in Orlando Florida at the Golden South Invitational. O\'Hara was joined by LaSalle on Sunday at the Boys\' Eastern States meet at Iona Prep in New York.
The West Catholic girls team was in another thriller with Cardinal O\'Hara, with West Catholic dominating the sprints, and O\'Hara piling up points in the Mile and 3200. And after taking 40 years to win another Catholic League crown, Monsignor Bonner repeated, but it was by the narrowest of margins.
It\'s the age of LaSalle in boys cross country in the Philadelphia Catholic League... winning their 3rd consecutive title by 21 over Cardinal O\'Hara in a relatively small race is a solid margin. Senior Greg Thomas finally gets his XC championship. In the girls championship, Cardinal O\'Hara kept their hold on the title with a slightly better performance than in 2004, tallying just 24 points to win by 29 over Archbishop Prendergast, which started with the one point awarded to the league champ, Colleen Boland.
Manheim Township boys, Chambersburg girls join top ten in the Northeast
Pat Jeffers and Bob McCullough led LaSalle to the win at the 10/29 PA Independent Schools Champonship at Mercersburg Academy. Mercersburg\'s girls defended home turf as a team, winning their first-ever league title by 14 over Germantown Academy. Notre Dame\'s Devon Kane won the race in 19:40.
Coatesville\'s boys team moved up to NE#7, while the PCL made a switch, as LaSalle replaced Cardinal O\'Hara in the NTN top ten.
LaSalle finally catches O\'Hara, taking 2nd at the Eastern States race at Van Cortlandt Park behind Pat Jeffers in 13:00 for 6th. O\'Hara\'s Greg Thomas was 2nd in 12:45.
Photo Gallery by Don Rich from 10/8 Manhattan Invitational - Boys Race C with LaSalle and North Penn
LaSalle College and North Penn went to New York to race in the biggest one-day invitational, the Manhattan Inv at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx. Both teams drew the toughest race, in the tougest weather, and responded well. They took 4th and 5th, respectively, behind US#1 Fayetteville-Manlius NY, NE#5 CBA NJ and NE#3 Morris Hills NJ. Leading North Penn with a 12th place finish was Cody Edling, going a very quick 13:14.1. LaSalle #1 Pat Jeffers was just behind in 15th in 13:17.1. The North Penn girls were 8th in the Varsity B race.
At Great American XC Festival in North Carolina, West Chester East was 6th in the Race of Champions, as Duriel Hardy was 10th overall. Running individually, Tamaqua\'s Isaac Dunkelberger took 9th in the race in 15:43. The Archbishop Carrol varsity girls team won the Small School girls race behind Amanda Cosful 20:33 for 7th place. In Seeded Boys, Malvern Prep was 2nd, with LaSalle College 3rd. Pat Jeffers of LaSalle took 9th in 16:06, while Chris Tilger of Carroll was 10th in 16:07. In Seeded Girls, Alexa Griffiths of Tamaqua was 14th in 19:39. The Twin Valley boys were 3rd in the Red Invitational. Varsity PA results below. (Photo of Duriel Hardy WC East, by John Dye, Dyestat.com)
LaSalle was on home ground at the Triple Threat race at Belmont Plateau. The unique 2K, 3K 5K format makes teams put their best runners in specific races. In the varsity girls race, it was Upper Dublin winning in 2:01.47 by just over a minute.
In the 2005 boys
Sean McGinley and Brian Moore help LaSalle HS win the PCL Northern Division on their home track.