Breaking down the District 3 boys teams and individuals to watch for this fall.
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Dylan Throop pulled away to take the individual title, while it took a tiebreaker, but the Lewisburg Area boys came away on top in the team race.
The individual race should get close up front with a plethora of contenders, as Lewisburg looks to win the team title.
Previewing what will be a big District 3 Championship in what will be a bunch of deep races at Big Spring
It was a hot one at the PIAA Foundation Invitational with a number of noteworthy performances.
Many of Pennsylvania's top individuals and teams will come together at Hershey on Saturday.
Recapping a busy week of action from Big Spring to Penn State to Briarwood to DeSales!
Analyzing the top teams and individuals in PIAA District 3!
Breaking down a loaded District 3 girls by classification with all the top individual and teams to watch for!
There's a lot of talent in AA, but no shortage of contenders in what should be a very exciting day for team and individual wins.
It was a wild Districts Week. We break down some of the best stuff before states!
Marlee Straliper and plenty of other stars will come out at Big Spring on Saturday.
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!
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!
Some talented seniors are gone across the board in D3, but that just means it's time for some new faces to step into the spotlight.
The state's top two runners -- Marlee Starliper and Taryn Parks -- are set for big seasons in AA; Emily Schuler and Katie Locker will be ones to watch in AAA.
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.
A few changes are coming to the PIAA in the next school year.
Jersey Shore's Isaac Davis ran away with the individual title, while Wyomissing won a crazy-close team battle.
Jersey Shore's Isaac Davis will look to turn his third place finish from last year into gold this season. The Dallas boys go for their third straight title, but plenty of teams will be on the hunt.
Who makes the cut in the latest Flo50 rankings?
What caught our eye this districts week as we head into states week?
A look at what to expect at Big Spring.
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?
What do the state rankings look like heading into Week 7?
Who is making moves in the latest Flo50 rankings?
Recapping a remarkable day in Carlisle.
All you need to know about Saturday's big Carlisle Invitational!
Who is up and who is down in the Week 4 Flo50 Rankings?
Check out Phil Grove's boys AA race feature from Saturday's state meet!
Check out this week's athletes and teams of the week for the action from September 27!
AAA Champs - West Chester Henderson
Defending champs Elk Lake returns, but so does the team that they nipped by two points, York Suburban. Alex Beardsley is the top individual returner.
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.
York Suburban graduated twin talents, but they\'re still on top. Senior Emily Perina and Freshman Molly Smith went one-two at the Lebanon Valley Invitational. St. Joseph\'s Prep won the boys race with an Indian Valley runner the overall champ.