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Articles with Chambersburg
The fields for Lehigh on Saturday are stacked for one of PA's top invites of the winter.
Previewing what will be a big District 3 Championship in what will be a bunch of deep races at Big Spring
Recapping another busy week of XC action in PA.
Marlee Starliper won impressively again, while Cole Walker took home the boys Challenge Race.
Carlisle is loaded this season. We break down the individuals and teams to watch for.
Recapping a busy week of action from Big Spring to Penn State to Briarwood to DeSales!
Loudoun valley won all four varsity races, and Taryn Parks repeated as Gold Race champ.
Virginia's Loudoun Valley is back to defend its team titles, while Taryn Parks highlights a strong girls individual field.
Breaking down a loaded District 3 girls by classification with all the top individual and teams to watch for!
Previewing the boys shot put, discus and javelin throw at the PIAA State Championships.
Previewing the 100, 200, 400, high and intermediate hurdles, and the 4x100 and 4x400 at the PIAA State Championships!
CD East will go after the 4x2 victory and Pennridge looks to win the 4x4, while the distance relays will bring close races!
Dimon is favored in the 400, but the 60, 60mH, and 200 should all be very close at indoor states!
Ezra Mellinger leads the LJ, while Lance Hamilton is the one to beat in the TJ, and Koly Byers hopes to repeat in the HJ. The shot is wide open, and the pole vault will bring some intrigue!
Previewing the action for the biggest regular season meet in PA!
Speculating how the 60m, 200, and 400m may play out in Pennsylvania this season!
Robert Gentile and Tyeshawn Worrell hold the top returning spots heading into the season.
Jeff Kline and Brock Grundy lead the way in the boys shot this winter.
Recapping the action from Big Spring at the Mid-Penn Conference Championships.
Manhattan, Mid-Penns, Central Leagues, Mingo Classic, Rocky Grove, and Shikellamy highlight a big Week 7!
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!
PTXC 10 is set to be a great meet with loaded team and individual fields assembled. Kutztown is the place to be Saturday.
Breaking down the team situation for District 3 1A, 2A, and 3A on the boys' side.
Breaking down the top girls' teams to watch for in District 3 this fall.
The Neumann Goretti girls ran 8:53 to win the national title in the 4x8, while Treyon Ferguson, Payden Montana, and Mackenzie Horn all earned top 3 finishes.
Starliper looks for double gold! Close AA races expected! Neumann Goretti goes for AA 4x8 glory!
Between Henderson, Baldwin, Stan Morgan, and more, Week 7 was HUGE!
Shippensburg, Abington, Butler, Henderson, and more rule the Week 5 schedule.
Examining the top March and April jumps and how they compare with the end-of-season bests
Clara Savchik comes in as the top returner, and Marlee Starliper has looked close to unstoppable this year.
Day 1 set the stage for what will be a big weekend at the Armory.
We go event-by-event looking at the girls' championship sections and who to watch for from Pennsylvania.
It's a busy weekend ahead with meets at Penn State, The Armory, Ocean Breeze, Dickinson, Haverford and more!
Clara Savchik was second at states last winter in the 3,000. Can she move up to No. 1?
A strong group of milers are back this winter and it should make for an interesting season in the event.
Payden Montana leads the girls' shot putters into 2018.
Three Pennsylvania individuals are Portland-bound. The Fox Chapel Area girls take third in the region.
State champs like Jersey Shore's Isaac Davis, O'Hara's Liz Mancini, and Winchester Thurston's Tristan Forsythe, along with the Fox Chapel girls' team are worth watching for Saturday.
We're expecting VERY close races for both the individual and team title in AAA.
What caught our eye this districts week as we head into states week?
A look at what to expect at Big Spring.
Recapping another big week of XC action!
Manhattan, Mack Cooper, Mid-Penns, Central Leagues, PHAC, & more are on tap for this weekend!
Recapping another big weekend with meets at William Tennent, DELCOs, Gettysburg, Ridgway and more!
DELCOs, William Tennent, TSTCAs, Ridgway, Salesianum, Gettysburg & more headline another big week of XC action in PA!
Recapping a remarkable day in Carlisle.
All you need to know about Saturday's big Carlisle Invitational!
PennTrackXC.com Intern/Associate Editor Hannah Granger will be periodically publishing a Q&A with coaches and athletes from across the state. She developed a series of questions for coaches on their training philosophy, influences, athletes, teams they\'ve coached, etc. Her questions for athletes will focus on role models, iPods, running without shoes, courses, etc. If you\'d like to recommend a coach or athlete for Hannah\'s Q&A, email email@example.com. First up... Chambersburg coach Chris Monheim and #1 runner Sarah Morrison. Enjoy.
WEEK #1: Ernesto hit, but it wasn\'t a knockout. This is cross country... so runners prevailed at most meets. The Viking Invitational at Tamanend Park moved the schedule ahead and combined races and got it all in... being rewarded with one course record. In the rain Saturday, US#4 Coatesville cruised to an easy win with just 16 points. Unfortunately, three others cancelled.
Two of Pennsylvania\'s best distance runners are fighting disease just when they hope to be laying the groudwork for a successful outdoor season. Chambersburg\'s Sarah Morrison out with mono - from the 3/29 Chambersburg Public Opinion Upper Perkiomen\'s Kristen Reed battling Lyme disease - from the 3/30 Allentown Morning Call
Manheim Township boys, Chambersburg girls join top ten in the Northeast
At the Gettysburg Invitational, it was Vince McNally pushing Craig Miller to a sub-15 on a flat course. At the 10/29 PIAA District 3 Championships, it was Kennard Dale senior Jon Grey as the only one to stay with Miller through the mile and then 2.5 miles before the senior star pulled away for a 15:31 course record. The Millers 1st and 3rd led their Manheim Township team to a 93-point margin of victory over surprising Twin Valley, 58-151. Chambersburg\'s girls weren\'t quite as dominant over a strong Governor Mifflin squad, winning by 40 behind the fastest time of the day, an 18:45 by junior Sarah Morrison. York Suburban\'s AA boys used a 38-second compression to beat Lancaster Mennonite 92-100, with Kutztown senior Josh Neyhart winning the race in 16:35. The Lancaster Mennonite girls had little trouble in the AA race, as Lindsey Shertzer took 2nd in 19:10 and Katie Ruth 4th in 10:21, tallying just 68 points. Boiling Springs sophomore Kara Millhouse won her second District 3 AA title in 19:05.
Chambersburg won the girls team title behind a 3rd place finish by Sarah Morrison. Big Spring\'s Lara Crofford earned an individual title. In the boys race, Cumberland Valley moved up from 2nd to first this year, just as team leader Curtis Bixler did in taking the individual win in a quick 16:07.
Katherine Ward is no longer an emerging star in PA. She proved the point with a big win over a talented field at the Steel City Invitational... while Boyertown\'s Jason Weller ran 15:49 for the win. NE#7 Coatesville defended home turf with their usual strategy of out-hard, hold on.
Three photo galleries of the 10/1 Steel City Invitational @ Coatesville HS by Karen Ward
The Millers were the Millers in the boys Reebok Challenge race. Coatesvillle placed five in the top 24 with a compression of of 47 seconds, but Manheim Township was coming on in the end. In the girls Reebok Challenge race, Chambersburg emerged from the \'watch\' category to the \'win\' category with five in the top 20. Sarah Morrison led the team to a win.
around the course was they had a 9th grader coming in who would make some noise. Well, only half that prediction is true...
Chambersburg sophomore Sarah Morrison is having a great year... and it just got better this week. In a dual meet...
Ryan Fritz capped a record-setting week with a winning jump of 6-09 after tying and then setting a new state record earlier in the week. Also making national marks was Brianna Flagg of Harrisburg. And Sarah Morrison of Chambersburg ran a strong 5:19.2 to win the 1600 meters (photo by Aaron Rich).