Neumann Goretti shoots for the 4x8/4x4 double once again, while the DMR and 4x200 look to be very wide open!
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The Keystone State will be well-represented in NYC. What should you be watching for?
A look back on a Week 5 filled with state-topping performances.
Previews of the girls 800, 1600, 3200, and 4x800 for the PIAA State Championships!
A look at how the 100, 200, 400, high and intermediate hurdles, and the sprint relays will play out at the PIAA State Championships!
Previewing the girls high jump, long jump, triple jump, and pole vault for the PIAA State Championships!
The Saints picked up state-leading times in the 400, 800, 4x8 and 4x4 in MD!
Recapping the terrific Week 3 action in some late season weather!
A look at the best girls performances of the week (4/1 - 4/7)
Who are the top horizontal jumpers in PA when we combine the long jump and triple jump?
Casey Burton's 19-6 leads a talented crop of long jumpers back this spring.
Strath Haven's Grace Forbes is the top returner in the always-strong girls 800 in PA.
Christina Warren will look to add another TJ gold medal this spring.
A number of sophomores will be some of the indoor state meet's top contenders! Which tenth graders have caught our attention?
We should see close races in the girls' 4x2, 4x4, 4x8, and DMR at the indoor state meet!
A notable scratch shakes things up, but it just means that all 3 girls distance races will be very close!
Davies vs. Abinusawa, Livingston vs. Warren, and a wide open 400 meters!
The shot is loaded with national-level talent, while Christina Warren looks to add another triple jump gold. The high jump, long jump & pole vault should all get interesting!
Recapping a huge day for PA athletes at the Millrose Games!
A number of Pennsylvania's top athletes are set to compete in the Millrose Games this weekend!
Two of PA's best in the 800 meters went head-to-head at Ocean Breeze!
Ranking the top sophomore girls in each event!
All the week 6 action recapped in one spot!
It's been an incredible start to the indoor season for a number of ninth graders in PA!
Recapping the Marine Corps Classic, Ocean Breeze Holiday Festival, and the TFCAofGP from this past weekend.
Bishop Loughlin, Armory Coaches Hall of Fame, DVGTCA, TFCAofGP, and VaultWorX ruled the weekend.
Some standout performances and big debuts dominated the day at Ursinus.
Christina Warren of Perk Valley is once again the one to beat in the triple jump.
Christina Warren and Jane Livingston have the state's top 60-meter hurdle times from last season.
Saint Basil's Tia Taylor leads a strong group of long jumpers to the fray this winter.
Look for fast times and great matchups at Lehigh on Friday!
In most cases, the favorites picked up wins, but a few surprises came through in Shippensburg!
The Neumann Goretti girls dominated
Davies and Robinson will chase history in the sprints. The Neumann Goretti girls will be on the hunt for as many golds as they can get!
Looking back on a big week of track and field action in PA!
Pan-Ram, Bullis, Latrobe, TSTCA, TFCAofGP, Temple, and more make for a busy Week 4!
In the triple jump, Stroudsburg's Ayanna Burrell was the only girl over 40 feet last spring, but Perk Valley's Christina Warren jumped 40 indoors.
Madison Langley-Walker (Upper Dublin), Christina Warren (Perkiomen Valley), and Jane Livingston (Conestoga Valley) headline a talented field of high hurdles returners
Breana Gambrell jumped 20-08.5 last spring. Just how far can she go this season?
Gambrell, Horn, Warrem, Montana, Langley-Walker, Gillen, and Willshaw are just some of the many names you should get familiar with before Sunday!
Thelma Davies looks to make more history in the 60 and 200 meters, a number of girls will be in the mix for 400 and hurdles gold.
A big Friday night sets the stage for what should be a big state meet on the girls' side next week.
It's been a terrific winter so far for ninth graders, but which ones have stood out the most?
A look at some of the top performances from around the state this week!
PA had a huge meet at the Ocean Breeze Invitational in NY!
A full smattering of meets is coming this weekend with big ones going down at Edinboro, Lawrenceville (NJ), Lebanon Valley, Haverford, and Ursinus, among others!
Recaps of the Week 1 action!
Nov 3: A little twilight zone to the Boyertown back-to-back in AAA | Central Cambria won a title. But they took home so much more. | Coatesville doen't rebuild. They reload. | Cross country rings true in Wellsboro. | Experienced coach, expert spotters, and soccer lead North East to 9th state title. Oct 27: PODCASTS: Wellsboro and Shikellamy surprised and Lewisburg delivered in D4. Dallas' boys competed well in D2. Liberty swept individual titles and advanced two teams to states, Emmaus was Emmaus in D11. Henderson's Chris Aldrich and Carly Hamond caputured individual crowns and St. Basil held off Christopher Dock in D1. Oct 20: Winning streaks were preserved at the big Tri-State Coaches Association meet on October 28th at Cooper's Lake in Slippery Rock. Baldwin senior David Adley won his 6th invitational of the season, while Latrobe junior Natalie Bower captured her third straight Tri-States. Video interviews with both chams. Oct 13: Three videos, including the post- Manhattan interviews with Central Cambria's Carly Seymour, who set the 2.5 mile Van Cortlandt Park record of 13:56; her coach, Randy Wilson; and North Penn coach Ron Jaros after his boys' team ran the best team average of the day, 12:57.1, which happens to be the 2nd best of all time. Oct 6: There is something different this year about Vince McNally. He's hungrier than ever. Most of last year's U.S. champs are in college. But Coatesville is still Coatesville. Winners. (Posted Wednesday AM. Coming Thurs: McNally's plan). If running is mental, then confidence is currency. Just ask Heather Giovagnoli. Sept 29: Ignore North Penn at your own risk this year. A track power excels at cross, too. And it's good to get your #1 runners back. Just ask Unionville & Cardinal O'Hara. Sept 22: Holy Ghost Prep is a very small AAA school. And Central Cambria, Lewisburg and North East are AA. All four are using the pack to attack their large school competition, and winning. Plus, North East coach Ted Miller is going for his ninth state tltle. Sept 15: Carly Seymour is more fit, more rested and more confident than last year when she was 9th at Foot Lockers. But her team is right with her with big goals. Germantown Friends made some noise on the national scene with a near upset of the U.S. #1 team. They are both little schools with some big talent. Sept 8: Kara Millhouse breakthrough – Cumberland Valley is back – Chanelle Price uses cross for the 800 (but she has goals this season too) – Podcast interview with Vince McNally. Sept 1: Baldwin distance stars David Adley and T.J. Hobart – Meghan Lutz of Nazareth Academy – Mark Dennin of Boyertown.
In AA, Central Cambria has some quality freshmen joining a Carly Seymour- led team that has major experience. Seymour took 2nd in 2006 to returning Kacey Gibson of Neshannock, but then went on to earn all-American at Foot Lockers. In AAA, Emmaus returns the top six from their 2006 runner-up squad, and have their eyes on some big goals. And defending champ Neely Spence of Shippensburg, who joined Seymour in San Diego for Foot Lockers, also earning all-American status, is back, and a clear favorite. The 2007 AA and AAA Girls preview... Includes top returning individuals and teams with elite performances in 2006 POSTED TUE: Emmaus Girls, THUR: AA & AAA BOYS PREVIEW, FRI: North Allegheny Boys
The annual war between St. Basil and Gwynedd-Mercy showed it\'s going to be close again at the District 1 AA meet. This time, St. Basil came out on top by 12, 32 to 44 behind the 3rd place finish of Christina Morelli in 18:48. Holy Ghost Prep placed four in the top eight to edge Jenkintown by two, 31 to 33.
There were puddles, muddy hillsides, falling runners, and finally... a flat track with some traction to welcome the soaked runners from their 3 mile trek over the William Tennent HS campus. The rain and conditions didn\'t slow Liz Costello or Tom Mooney as much as you\'d think...
The defending champs from 2004 -- St. Basil Academy for the team, and Rachel Erny for the individual title, will have strong challenges before they successfully repeat in 2005.
If Nicole Smith is the star of many events, her understudy is Erin Hannon of Bradford. And don\'t get used to the high 60\'s in the shot put. It\'s rare, and so is this athlete, Ryan Whiting.