Marlee Starliper held off a challenge from Taryn Parks to win her second straight AA title, while Central Cambria returned to the top of PA for the first time since 2014.
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Marlee Starliper chases history in a crazy-deep AA. The team race will be close with Central Cambria, Danville, and Northern among the top teams.
It was a wild Districts Week. We break down some of the best stuff before states!
Watch Sagar's record-breaking run at Bloomsburg!
Isabel Sagar and Lauren Trapani make up a star-studded District 4 set for Thursday in Bloomsburg.
Isabel Sagar picked up a big win, while we learned more about the District 4 situation at Shikellamy on Saturday
Manhattan, Mid-Penns, Central Leagues, Mingo Classic, Rocky Grove, and Shikellamy highlight a big Week 7!
Freshman Olivia Haas won a great battle for the NEPA Invite win, while the Warrior Run girls took down defending AA state champs Danville.
Carlisle and Paul Short are the biggest meets on the calendar for this week!
On a slightly altered Hershey course, the state situation got a little clearer after the 12th PIAA Foundation Invitational.
Some of Pennsylvania's top-ranked teams and individuals will clash on the state meet course in Hershey!
Isabel Sagar and Lauren Trapani have both switched classifications, but both will still be favored to win district titles.
Breaking down the boys' 1A, 2A, and 3A team battles in PIAA District 4.
Breaking down the team situation for the District 4 girls.
The AA and AAA and stacked with talent...who could take the top spot? Eakin looks for shot gold; lots in contention in AA and AAA shot and disc!
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!
Ayden Owens goes after the hurdles sweep again. Kratz will chase fast times in the 100 and 200. Green goes for outdoor gold.
Shippensburg, Abington, Butler, Henderson, and more rule the Week 5 schedule.
Jordan Geist has graduated, ushering in a new era of shot putting in PA.
Seneca Valley's Zach Gehm and South Fayette's Sam Mastro will look to be the new kings of the disc in PA.
The Dunmore senior is the only javelin thrower that enters this season having thrown over 200 feet, but a number of boys were close.
Which girls' teams and individuals are worth watching for in PA XC next fall?
Marlee Starliper crushed the field en route to the day's fastest time, while the Danville girls ended Villa Maria's three year reign atop AA.
Check out what's going down across the country this weekend in this edition of the Weekend Rundown.
Marlee Starliper will be the one to beat, while the Villa Maria girls look to make it four-in-a-row!
Who makes the cut in the latest Flo50 rankings?
Warrior Run frosh Lauren Trapani and Jersey Shore's Isaac Davis lead a big contingent of talented teams into Bloomsburg on Thursday
The Jersey Shore senior and Warrior Run freshman look ahead to districts.
What do the state rankings look like heading into Week 7?
Manhattan, Mack Cooper, Mid-Penns, Central Leagues, PHAC, & more are on tap for this weekend!
Who is making moves in the latest Flo50 rankings?
A number of District 4 squads got a sneak-peak at the district course at Saturday's Northeast Invitational.
Who is up and who is down in the Week 4 Flo50 Rankings?
Lewisburg coach Mark Sundberg reports that his girl\'s team ended Danville\'s 64-meet winning streak (since October of 2001) with a 24-31 defeat yesterday, October 3rd.
Wellsboro had been a big part of the pre-season talk to capture the 10/27 PIAA District 4 Championships at Bloomsburg University, but Danville put together a strong top five and took the AA Girls win. Northeast Bradford\'s boys won AA. And Shikellamy swept both AAA titles.
Danville swept the girls and boys championships at the 10/22 Susquehanna Valley Conference meet, one comfortably, and one by just four points. Lindsey Scheller, Shikellamy, and Ryan Boyer, Southern Columbia, took home individual titles.
Wellsboro is one of the best AA girls teams in the state, and they gave Danville all they could handle, losing by just two points. Central Cambria sophomore Carly Seymour won again. And Sean Craig led Honesdale to a relatively easy win with his first place.
The great weather and a lot of talented athletes contributed to meet record performances and quite a few multiple event winners.