MOLLOY STANNER GAMESANOTHER BIG WEEKEND AT THE ARMORY Hannah Davidson (Saratoga) and Shelby Greany (Suffern) are both entered in the girls Mile. Brandon Jarrett is entered in the 3200m.Seeded Invitational Athletes Posted HereMEET HOME PAGE
On Friday night at the Slippery Rock University Indoor #1, McDowell's Dan Kwiatkowski continued his breakout season with a US#1 shot put of 61-11.50. Joining him at the top of the US list last weekend was Penncrest senior Karen Shump, who PRed at 49-08 Tuesday at the DELCO Girls' Championships.PHOTOS FROM 2007 PIAA STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS PHOTOS: 2008 TFCAGP D2 Indoor Meet #6 @ Haverford College PHOTOS: 2008 TFCAGP D1 Indoor Meet #6 @ Haverford College VIDEO: Montgomery Invitational - Girls & Boys Mile (Dennin & Hobart) and 3200 (Dennin & Lutz) by Kevin Milsted VIDEO: 60m Finals @ 1/12 TFCAGP D2 Indoor Meet #6 @ Haverford College PHOTOS: 2008 DVGTCA Indoor Meet #6 @ Haverford CollegeAt the Lebanon Valley HS Meet #2, Wilson's Shane Witmyer leapt a PA#1 23-03.75 long jump. Schuylkill Valley's Devan Coon won the 55 and 200, but a minor injury will sideline her from the loaded 500 meter race this coming Saturday at the New Balance Games in New York. At the Maroon & Gold Inv at Kutztown University, Chanelle Price soloed to a 2:10.20 in the 800 a night after posting a 2:10.7 @ Colgate Women's Games in NY. Also at Kutztown, Pottstown's Ray Quill clear 6-8 in the HJ. At the Montgomery Invitational, PA carted hom five wins: Meghan Lutz, Nazarth Academy, went 11:17.33 in the 3200; Mark Dennin ran 9:25.98 in the 3200 (He was 5th in the Mile in 4:21.53); Carlton Lavong, Methacton, leapt 22-03.50 in the long jump (46-04.75 3rd in triple); Wesley Lavong threw the shot 57-03.50; and teammate Percell Berry cleared 14 in the pole vault. Hot 3000's on Saturday 1/12 in both TFCAGP meets at Haverford College. In the morning, Central Bucks East senior Josh Izewski ran solo to an 8:43.1, US#1. In Divison 2 in the afternoon, Terence Lee, Engineering & Science, put on a big 150m kick to pass Shanahan's Chris Bodary, and post an 8:50.0 (Mile 4:38). In New York at the Stanner Games, Simon Gratz's Khaliff Featherstone bettered his season-best in the 600, going 1:20.67. On Thursday night 1/10 at Pitt, in the TSTCA Indoor Meet #2, Baldwin's David Adley ran 9:04 to win the 3000 by three seconds over Canon McMillan's Kyle Gibson. Three others were at or under 9:19. On Friday night 1/11 at the DVGTCA meet at Haverford, William Penn's Brittany Wallace broke and 18-year-old facility record, going 41.7 for 300 meters.
**Wayne Davis (NC) Runs 7.63 in the 60m hurdles at the Arkansas H.S. Invitational Saturday. His time puts him only .01 off of the high school record!!! **Jeremy Rankin (CO) runs 6.64 in the 60m dash at the Ft. Collins All-Comer Meet. This time ranks Rankin fourth on the all time lists!!!Big meets lead the way this weekend (1/11 - 1/13), with championship caliber match-ups happening from Arkansas to New Hampshire to New York to Louisiana. Keep checking back as the weekend progresses to see just what schools and individuals stand out this weekend.Top Girls Highlights- La Salle (RI) runs US#1 in SMR at Dartmouth in 4:12.01- Hannah Davidson (NY) wins Molloy Stanner mile in 4:55.05, three more under 4:57!- Skyline (TX) runs U.S.#1 4x200m relay in 1:40.20 at Arkansas- Victoria Jordan (TX) U.S.#1 in 7.52 in 60m dash at Arkansas- Chanelle Price (PA) runs 2:10.20 (800m) at the Colgate Games- Caitlin Lane (NY) wins Dartmouth mile in 4:55.25, leading four others under five minutes!Top Boys Highlights- Wayne Davis (NC) U.S.#1 in 60m hurdles at Arkansas in 7.63- Jeremy Rankin (CO) runs U.S. #1 6.64 in 60m dash at Ft. Collins- Isaiah Ward (IN) runs U.S.#1 in 800m at Indiana in 1:52.80- Merrimack (NH) runs 3:39.08 in SMR at Dartmouth for U.S.#1- Parker Doudreau (CT) wins 1000m in U.S.#1 2:28.93 at Molloy- Akinto Boone (NY) blazes 48.34 in the 400m at Arkansas- Fuqauwa Greene (NC) runs U.S.#1 in 200m at Arkansas in 21.76- Peter Dorrell (VA) runs 4:16.81 at Montgomery in mile
Reese sets US #2 in 1,000 By Christopher Hunt photos by Derek Alvez Her coach Eric Schwark didn’t just ask her if she felt good. He asked if she felt “dominant.”She said yes. Carmel’s Kristin Reese felt dominant. And she showed it. The cold she struggled with finally dissipated. Reese could breathe now. So Reese didn’t hesitate when she took over the 1,000 meters after two lap and a half laps. Her stride was steady and powerful like the current of a steam of water. This was the Kristin Reese people had been waiting to see all season. It was the Kristin Reese that, well, Kristin Reese has been waiting to see all season. She won the 1,000 at the Molloy Stanner Games in 2 minutes, 53.50 seconds, the 2nd-fastest time in the United States this season. FULL STORY HERE RESULTS FROM STANNER GAMES HOME PAGE