Lydia Bottelier of Palisades returns as the reigning state champ. She'll look go even higher this year.
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Luke Klingenberg and Hannah Aguirre (Forest Grove, Oregon) posted the fastest times of the day.
It will be a wild three-team battle for the state title, while the individual race figures to be interesting, as well!
North Allegheny is the team to beat, but the Tigers will have challengers! It's Schupansky vs. Mulhern for the individual title with a number of other looking for the upset!
The AA girls race figures to be hotly contested, and there will be close team battles for limited state spots all around.
Marlee Starliper and Zach Kinne headline stacked individual fields, while North Carolina's Cardinal Gibbons will look to make a statement on Lehigh's fast course.
Big meets at Cal U, Northampton, Big Valley, McDowell, Hickory, McKeesport & More highlight Week 1!
Expect some close races all around for the District 11 individual titles this fall.
It's going to be an exciting race in AAA, while some classification changes will make things interesting in A and AA.
Breaking down the District 11 boys action for this fall in 1A, 2A, and 3A.
Breaking down the action to come in District 11 on the girls' side for this fall.
Gambrell goes for four-in-a-row. Horn looks to add to her state record. A number of events are up for grabs!
Shippensburg, Abington, Butler, Henderson, and more rule the Week 5 schedule.
Palisades' Lydia Bottelier will aim for another big season in AA, while Taylor O'Brien will be worth watching for in a deep AAA.
We go event-by-event looking at the girls' championship sections and who to watch for from Pennsylvania.
Gambrell, Horn, Warrem, Montana, Langley-Walker, Gillen, and Willshaw are just some of the many names you should get familiar with before Sunday!
The Carnival is once again stacked and we previewed every event!
PA turned in some huge out-of-state performances this weekend!
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!
Recapping the action from Ocean Breeze, The Armory, Lehigh, Dickinson & more!
Kayla Gillen, Brianna Smith, Lydia Bottelier, and Kate Willshaw all cleared 5-6 last year, and the competition is wide open!
Jordan Geist and other boys from the Class of 2017 left a big legacy. Who's ready to step up?
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.
We're expecting VERY close races for both the individual and team title in AAA.
Emily Deschler looks to repeat in AA, while Parkland and Easton will fight it out for the top spot in AAA on both the girls and boys side.
The Berk County, YAIAA, Lancaster-Lebanon League, AACA, Friends Schools, and EPC meets all went down on Tuesday.
What should you keep your eye on this week?
Maryland's Dalton Hengst and Delaware's Keelin Hays, along with the US#7 Centerville (OH) girls, headline Friday's Paul Short Run.
Colin Abert of Easton and Madeleine Davison of North Allegheny are ranked in the USA Top 50!
Chanelle Price Signs Deal With Nike
The #2 ranked (for now) all-time female prep 800 runner, Chanelle Price of Easton, has been named not only the Pennsylvania Gatorade/Rise Magazine Athlete of the 2007-08 Track & Field season, but the national recipient, as well. PA Don't Play... Central Dauphin junior Justin Shirk, who PRed this year with a throw of 221-3.00 at the PIAA State Championships, was named the Pennsylvania Gatorade Athlete of the Year. Photo by Timothy O'Dowd, Irishrunner.com The complete list of the 2008 Gatorade Track & Field Athletes of the Year in all 50 states and Washington DC in Rise Magazine
Photo by Victah Sailor - PhotoRun.net Running stride for stride with Olympic Gold medalist Maria Mutola could have been unnerving for recent Easton grad Chanelle Price. After all, it was 650 meters into the biggest 800 of her young career, and Price had been in her trademark position since the cut-in off the waterfall start – the lead. "It was a little nerve-wracking" Price said this week a few days after her US#2 all-time 2:01.61 at the Prefontaine Classic. But Price didn't back down, and stayed with Mutola through much of the final curve. It was the furthest Price had gone with the lead in a race with this level of competition. In last year's USATF Championships, where Price raced all three rounds before placing 7th in the finals... she had been caught and passed at the 600 meter mark.
Union Catholic, NJ Boys 4x200m - 1:28.35 US#1 Nadonnia Rodriques (Boys and Girls) 400m US#1, NY State Record 52.83 Dominique Booker (Immaculate Conception, NJ) 24.21 200m - US#3 Wayne Davis (Southeast Raligh, NC) Armory Record 55m HH 7.17 US Leader
INDIANAPOLIS - Chanelle Price of Easton Area High School in Easton, Pa., has been named USA Track & Field's Athlete of the Week after setting a new women's high school indoor 500m record Saturday at the 2008 New Balance Games held at the New Balance Track & Field Center at the Armory in New York City. Click Here for the full news release on USATF.org, along with US leaders in each event.
All-American and PA state pole vault champion Abby Schaffer of Easton has made a verbal commitment to attend and compete for Virginia Tech University in Blacksburg, VA. Her athletic career will be guided by renowned coach Bob Phillips, who has coached several all-Americans while at the school.
Junior prep stars Chanelle Price of Easton, and Ryann Krais of Methacton, have been named to the World Youth USA Team that will compete from July 11-15 in Ostrava, Czech Republic. USA Track & Field athletes ages 15, 16, or 17 through December 31, 2007 (born in 1990, 1991, or 1992) were considered for team selection. Price will compete in the 800, and Krais in the 400 Hurdles.
Track people, especially the ones over a certain undisclosed age, tend to compare athletes to other athletes they have either heard about or seen perform. That's a good thing. That's what makes us track people. But when you consider the thousands who participate from year to year, there are relatively few legends. One such legend is Upper Dublin's Kim Gallagher.
Despite their strong showings at the 100th Millrose Games on February 2nd, Boyertown senior Jason Weller and Easton junior Chanelle Price don't see themselves as milers. But they're getting to that point. Quickly. (Photos of Jason Weller and Chanelle Price by Maroon News of NJ)
Our mission became to catch the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, a men
There\'s a trend here. 2:08.72... 2:08.47... 2:07.71... 2:06.23. And it\'s a trend that is likely to continue, if Easton sophomore Chanelle Price has any say in the matter. (Photo courtesy of Victor Sailor, www.PhotoRun.NET)
In their second matchup in four days, Easton again came out on top. In a quad meet that included Whitehall and Bethlehem Catholic, Easton scored 26 to Parkland\'s 29 behind the 19:26 by their new team leader, Chanelle Price. Easton and Parkland took ten of the first 11 places. The Parkland boys were ten points better than Easton, but Easton\'s Colin Brett won the individual race in 16:35.
For the second week in a row, the girls of Easton, behind an 800 runner in her first season in cross country, beat a team with a great program. No, make that several teams with great programs.
The #10 team in the Northeast in the pre-season NTN rankings, Allentown Central Catholic, was upset at the 9/3 Northampton Invitational by Easton. As one coach observed, \"Price changes XC in AAA in PA.\"...
Easton star middle distance runner Chanelle Price - a rising sophomore - posted the fastest qualifier of the meet in the 800 prelims... and Charelise Davis got the last Young Women\'s spot in the 200 finals, just .02 ahead of Laurel Highland\'s Breehana Jacobs.
It was bound to happen, and it has. Lindsay Regan, the talented Easton pole-vaulter, now owns the PA outdoor state record to go along with her indoor mark - and, best of all, it\'s a PR.
Observers of the 800 took notice of Chanelle Price of Easton when she ran so well during the indoor season. She\'s getting better.
Let\'s face it, teams and individuals are taking the indoor season more seriously than ever. As evidence, there were an astounding eight STATE records set this season in Pennsylvania. A few were even set and re-set by the individuals and teams several times.
Folllowing official review, Lindsey Regan\'s new Indoor State Pole Vault Record really is 13-00.
Lindsey Regan, the Easton junior, upped her state-leading pole vault height to 12-06 at the annual Pole Vault Summit held in Las Vegas, Nevada. Eric Sparks, Hickory, cleared 15-02 to lead the PA boys. Amber Gaffey of Susquehanna Community, cleared 10-06, and Julia Green, Emmaus was over at 10-02. Chartiers Houston\'s Buddy Rose set a PR at 13-10. Pennridge\'s Scott Sherwood cleared 13-08, while State College\'s Pat Campolongo was good over 13-02.
Central Dauphin senior Ryan Whiting was already #1 in the US, but with a throw of 68-09.50 at the Kutztown Invitational, he becomes one of the top four prep indoor shot putters of all time. And only three other athletes have better performances. And the 200 has a new state leader. More...