Marlee Starliper has one last go at a state title, while her Northern team will look to win the title over a talented South Fayette squad
Articles with Boiling Springs
Previewing what will be a big District 3 Championship in what will be a bunch of deep races at Big Spring
Marlee Starliper won impressively again, while Cole Walker took home the boys Challenge Race.
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!
Marlee Straliper and plenty of other stars will come out at Big Spring on Saturday.
Briarwood, Big Spring, George School, Kiski, and Boardman highlight a strong Week 3!
Loudoun Valley claimed the team win in every high school race, while Taryn Parks was unstoppable in the girls' Gold Race.
PTXC 10 is set to be a great meet with loaded team and individual fields assembled. Kutztown is the place to be Saturday.
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.
Starliper looks for double gold! Close AA races expected! Neumann Goretti goes for AA 4x8 glory!
Dever vs. Morris in the pole vault! 3-peat for Sparr? High jumps are wide open! Owens goes for LJ gold!
A look at what to expect at Big Spring.
Recapping another big weekend with meets at William Tennent, DELCOs, Gettysburg, Ridgway and more!
All you need to know about Saturday's big Carlisle Invitational!
It was a great 2011-2012 in both cross country and track across the Keystone State. Many of our seniors will soon be on their way to start their college careers both athletically and academically... so we wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature.
"I would have never in a million years pictured myself at the Footlocker Cross Country Championships in San Diego California." - Meredith Speakman, Boiling Springs HS - Photo by Vic Sailer, PhotoRun.net
Out of nowhere. It's a phrase used on occasion in sports to describe an athlete who puts on a performance that virtually no one expects. And not just a good performance. An extraordinary one. (Photo by Marleen Van den Neste)
The Radnor girls\' cross-country team is loaded with standouts this season. Still, coach Tom Flanagan wanted to start the campaign without much hype and attention. That turned out to be impossible. The Raiders were ranked 14th in the country in a Super 25 preseason poll by the Harrier, a magazine produced by running expert Marc Bloom.
I\'d love to be at any of several great meets this weekend, but good fortune for my son and his bride-to-be lead me to Mercersburg and a wedding. Those who know us, know that Aaron is a second year (first-time head coach) at Boiling Springs, a AA school near Carlisle. How a cross country coach...
Big guns in the throws don\'t hold back... but the distance athletes have their eyes on May\'s big prize. It was forecast to be sunny and calm. But the wind kicked in early and didn\'t stop the entire day, affecting performances and keeping it cooler than perfect conditions. But that didn\'t hold back many of the performances as much as the fact that most athletes were training through the meet - aiming for bigger days in five and six weeks at season\'s end.