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Pennsylvania Week - by Don Rich
Dec 18, 2004

PCL Boys - Hill School - DVGTCA 3 - Dickinson - Haverford Div 1 - Haverford Div 2

Caitlin Klass, Hatboro-Horsham senior, anchors in 2:18 for a 9:37.2 4x800 win at the Delaware Valley Track Coaches Association meet 12/17 at Lehigh University.



DYESTAT ELITES from PA 12/15-18

DVGTCA #3 @ Lehigh 12/17

5:14.2 Kristin Reed, 11, Upper Perkiomen
5:14.3 Megan Deakins, 9, Conestoga

10:33.3 Lynn Morelli, 12, St. Basil

4 x 200m
1:47.2 West Catholic (without Nicole Leach)

4 x 800m
9:37.2 Hatboro-Horsham


TFCAGP D1 12/18 @ Haverford College
Shot put:
55-08 Darus Campbell, Glen Mills


Dickinson College 12/18
Shot Put:
66-03.50 Ryan Whiting, 12, Central Dauphin

High Jump:
6-11 Ryan Fritz, 12, Octorara

7.0 (Trial) Alyssa Evering, Fallston MD

Shot Put:
38-10 Brianna Flagg, Harrisburg


12/15-PCL Boys Meet #1 @ Haverford College -
Chris Tilger of Archbishop Carroll got off to a quick start in the
3000, going solo from the mile on to win in 9:04.3. Cardinal O'Hara
sprinter Dempsey, went 6.5 for his win. And Conwell-Egan's Jeff
McClenton took two events, the 200 in 23.6 and the Long Jump, leaping

12/15-Hill School Invitational @ Ursinus College -
Hill School senior Nicole Burns began her season within striking
distance of her outdoor PR, winning the 400 in 58.9. In the Mile, Upper
Perkiomen junior Kristin Reed held off Springfield-Montco senior Faye
Korich, running 5:24.0-5:30.1, respectively.

12/17-DVGTCA Indoor #3 @ Lehigh University -
Hatboro-Horsham delivered a 3200m message, clocking 9:37.2 in what must
be considered an early meet for indoor to handily win the 4x800.
Theresa Gould (2:29), Megan Rei (2:24), Kerry Swayne (2:25) and Caitlin
Klaas (2:18) won by over 18 seconds over Engineering & Science, 2nd in
9:50.7. Also under 10 were Pennridge in 9:51.5, and North Penn, 4th in
9:57.2. Newcomer Ryann Krais of Methacton burst onto scene in the first
meet, winning the 400, and then taking the Long Jump in the 2nd meet.
Tonight, she simply amazed, taking a very close 2nd to Nia Ali of West
Catholic in the 55 Hurdles, both timed in 8.5 seconds, and then winning
the 300m in a school record 41.6. In the 400, Wissahickon senior Krista
Simkins held off West Catholic's Latavia Thomas 58.2 to 59.9. St.
Basil's Lynn Morelli cruised alone to a 10:33.3 win in the 3000.
Kristin Reed of Upper Perkiomen won the mile in 5:14.2. And
Coatesville's Tierra Flowers went 7.3 to win the 55m Dash. West
Catholic, without Nicole Leach, won the 4x200 in 1:47.2. And North Penn
senior Anglea Pasquale threw the Shot Put 38-02.50 for the win.

12/18-Dickinson College HS Inv #1 -
An unbelievable start to the indoor season by two of the senior stars
who are favored in their respective events. Octorara senior Ryan Fritz
started at the top of his game with in incredible 6-11 High Jump. More
remarkable is the fact that he jumped off a wooden basketball court in
cross country waffle racers. Central Dauphin senior Ryan Whiting won
the Shot Put with a great 66-03.50 throw. And Brianna Flagg of
Harrisburg unloaded a 38-10 throw to win the Shot Put. Great Valley's
Janessa Murphy won the 55 dash in 7.1 seconds.

12/18-TFCAGP D1 Indoor Meet #3 @ Haverford College -
Darus Campbell of Glen Mills is off to a good start, taking another
Shot Put competition with a throw of 55-08. In the 60 dash, West
Chester East's Remi Adelye tied a meet record with his 7.0. A
one-two-three finish in the blink of an eye in the 300 meters dash, as
Adam Balkster of Downingtown West won in 37.7, with Ridley's Sean
Smeltzeer .1 back, and LaSalle's Drew Brandt another .1 back. Central's
Melvin Gains won the 500 meter run in 1:09.8, while Sean McGinley8 of
LaSalle went 2:44.8 to win at 1000 meters. O'Hara's Jim Smith cleared

12/18-TFCAGP D2 Indoor Meet #3 @ Haverford College -
The short sprints and DMR were the hottest events at the 3rd Division 2
meet of the season. Springfield Delco's Andre Nelson went 7.0 for 60
meters. In the 60 Hurdles, Elliott Whaley of Malvern Prep matched his
first effort with an 8.3 win. And Interboro's Garret Dowd was clocked
in the same time. Wissahickon won the DMR in 11:04.7.


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