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  • Schaffer, Smith at Penn Relays this weekend

     
    Easton High School product Abi Schaffer and Whitehall’s Danielle Smith are participating at the Penn Relays this weekend. Schaffer, the defending NCAA Division III pole vault national champion, is participating in the event at 3 p.m. Thursday. The...
  • Penn Relays: Fahringer wins javelin title

     
    Whitehall High School graduate Andy Fahringer, a senior at the University of Virginia, won the college javelin event Saturday at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia. Fahringer threw a 244-10 on his final attempt to jump from third to first. It......
  • UCF track athletes earn C-USA, national recognition

     
    UCF track athletes earn C-USA, national recognition...
  • Lafayette, Lehigh basketball, Chanelle Price, Tim Okken, ESU, Moravian track

     
    The Lafayette women’s basketball program added three while the men’s program lost one. Women’s coach Dianne Nolan secured three prospects for the Class of 2016: Jazmin Hayes, Jamie O’Hara and Annette Snow. The men’s program...
  • Penn Relays: Pennridge boys relay set area best

     
    Day 2 of the Penn Relays brings windy conditions. But that didn’t stop Pennridge boys from breaking its own area best mark in the 3,200 relay. The foursome of Austin Kohler, Joe Masgai, Nick Stenderowicz and Joey Logue ran a......
  • Fahringer, Price among locals at Penn Relays

     
    Andy Fahringer had the Atlantic Coast Conference, University of Virginia’s Lannigan Field, UVA and personal records in the javelin with a toss of 244 feet, 7 inches on his last throw at last week’s ACC Championships in Charlottesville, Va....
  • Penn Relays: Cocco, Price, Kovacs, weekend wrapup

     
    The annual Penn Relays are over, but not without some more outstanding performances by local athletes. Central Catholic graduate Gabrielle Cocco broke the Loyola-Maryland record in the 3,000 meters Thursday night at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia....
  • Boys track: Grafton's Kyle King won a state championship in each of the 3 seasons

    Check out milestat.com's database of top track times this spring and it's easy to see why Grafton star Kyle King's last fling at high school track was such a success. 800-meter run: Best time of 1 minute, 54.18 seconds in the Region I meet. That was...
  • Daily Press all-stars: Girls track team

    FIRST TEAM 100 Christal Peterson | Phoebus | senior: She had the second-best time in the state this spring, 11.67, and finished second in the Group AAA state meet. 200 Peterson: Repeat above. Second-best time in the state in 24.12. Second-place finish...
  • Local Athletes Bring Home PIAA Track & Field Gold

    Local Athletes Bring Home PIAA Track & Field Gold
    Day Two of the PIAA Track and Field meet results in a gold rush for District 3 athletes. On a hot and sultry day at Shippensburg University, local high school track and field athletes make it to the top of the podium in a variety of events. A pair of...
  • ACC All Access: Basketball firing, hiring Virginia Tech's biggest athletic moments of 2011-12

    ACC All Access: Basketball firing, hiring Virginia Tech's biggest athletic moments of 2011-12
    Last year, Virginia Tech’s big upheaval in its assistant football coaching staff created much of the offseason buzz surrounding the athletic program. Now, Tech’s men’s basketball team is enduring a wholesale coaching staff change. While...
  • 1995 Male Athlete of the Year: Lafayette's Seneca Lassiter

    He was blessed with abundant natural talent and was discovered running in an eighth-grade gym class. She was a perfectionist who didn't possess much natural athletic ability, but chose early on to do everything she could to make herself an athlete....