2019 PTFCA Indoor State Championships Preview – Girls

The Indoor Track and Field season comes to an end in Pennsylvania this Sunday on the campus of Penn State University. The one day championship is packed with non-stop action starting with the 4x800m relay at 10:00am and ending with the 4x400m relay. Central Pennsylvania will be well-represented at the event. We highlight each of our local performers by event below.

60mH

Jane Livingston – Conestoga Valley, Sr

Current State Rank – #1

Season Best – 8.41 seconds

The Villanova Commit is one of the areas best bets to bring home state gold. She has been on fire this indoor season. She has won every hurdle event but one and is currently the 4th ranked hurdler in the United States. She finished as runner-up last winter and will be looking to bring home her first state gold on Sunday. Her season will likely continue with a trip to New Balance Indoor Nationals.

Izzy Warren – Saint Joseph’s Catholic Academy, Jr

Current State Rank – #19

Season Best – 9.45 seconds

The area’s top ranked junior has dropped over 1 second from last indoor season and has set a PR in the event at each meet she has competed in this year. She most recently finished 4th at the TSTCA Championships running 9.45 seconds.

Kayla Pyles – Bermudian Springs, Sr

Current State Rank – #21

Season Best – 9.49 seconds

Pyles was the 2018 PIAA D3 AA Outdoor 100mH champion last Spring. In what appears to be her debut indoor season, she has a PR of 9.49 seconds. She most recently finished 10th at the PTFCA Championships.

Cassidy Kline – Warwick, Jr

Current State Rank – #23

Season Best – 9.50 seconds

The Warwick junior has dropped nearly 1 second from her prior year’s best time and has improved at each meet this season. She currently holds a PR of 9.50 from the PTFCA Indoor Carnival where she finished 7th overall. Kline was the PIAA D3 AAA Outdoor runner-up at 300mH. Her drop in time at 60mH is a great sign for her this Spring as the distance lengthens.

Amanda Tony – Wilson, Sr

Current State Rank – #23

Season Best – 9.50 seconds

Tony placed 20th last outdoor season in the 100mH at the PIAA D3 AAA championships. She appears to have taken a big leap forward this indoor season. She most recently finished 6th at the 60mH at the PTFCA Indoor Carnival in 9.50 seconds.

Top 3 seeds:

1. Jane Livingston, Conestoga Valley, Sr – 8.41

2. Christina Warren, Perkiomen Valley, Sr – 8.50

3. Jayla Ellis, Oakland Catholic, Sr – 8.78

This appears to be a battle between Jane Livingston and Christina Warren. The two have been the top hurdlers in the state all season. Look for Livingston to win her first state gold.

60m Dash

Leah Graybill, Warwick, Sr

Current State Rank – #5

Season Best – 7.68 seconds

Graybill is one of the most accomplished sprinters in the state. She has won multiple outdoor state championship medals, but will be looking for her first indoor medals this weekend. The Shippensburg University recruit finished 9th overall last year at the 60m dash. She has lowered her PR from last year of 7.79 to 7.68. Come Sunday, it will have been nearly 1 month since she last ran a 60m dash. Look for her to run another PR and challenge for a top 3 state finish.

Lily Palacio-Lewis, Warwick, Jr

Current State Rank – #7

Season Best – 7.72 seconds

The last time Lily Palacio-Lewis ran a short sprint (55/60m) she placed 2nd by .01 seconds to her teammate, Leah Graybill. It has been over a month since she last ran a 55m or 60m dash. She most recently competed at the PTFCA Indoor Carnival where she won the 200m in 25.86 seconds. She placed 5th at last year’s PIAA AAA State Outdoor meet in the 100m. She will join Graybill in challenging for a top 3 finish.

Meghan Quinn, Warwick, Jr

Current State Rank – #15

Season Best – 7.82 seconds

Quinn is the 3rd Warwick athlete to make an appearance on the 60m list and like her teammates, she continues to improve year over year. She most recently finished 4th at the PTFCA Indoor Carnival at 60m in 7.88 seconds. Expect a personal best time when Quinn gets her first chance to compete on the fast surface at Penn State.

Khaliyah Bosman, Bishop McDevitt, Jr

Current State Rank – #25

Season Best – 7.94 seconds

Bosman has lowered her 60m dash PR from 8.51 in 2018 to 7.94 in 2019. She most recently finished 7th at the DVGTCA Meet of Champions in 7.99. This will be the first state championships for the McDevitt junior.

Jordyn Hock, Conestoga Valley, Jr

Current State Rank – #29

Season Best – 7.97 seconds

Coming into her first indoor season, Hock’s accomplishments prior to had come from longer sprint events. She placed 8th at the 2018 PIAA D3 AAA 200m finals and also competed in the 400m at districts. Her short sprint speed development from this indoor season will undoubtably pay dividends for her this outdoor season.

Top 3 seeds:

1. Moforehan Abinusawa, Germantown Acadamey, Fr – 7.33

2. Thelma Davies, Gerard College, Sr – 7.44

3. Aja Davis, Lower Merion, Sr – 7.65

The top 2 finishing spots seem to be a lock with the reigning state champion Davies (LSU recruit) and newcomer Abinusawa set to battle for the title. The Meet Record of 7.37, set by Davies last season, seems likely to fall on Sunday. Abinusawa is currently ranked #2 in the US while Davies is the #6 ranked 60m sprinter. Look for Warwick’s Graybill and Palacio-Lewis to =battle for a top 3 finish.

200m Dash

Leah Graybill, Warwick, Sr

Current State Rank – #8

Season Best – 25.22 seconds

Graybill’s season and indoor personal best of 25.22 comes from her January 26th victory at the Franklin and Marshall Invitational #2. She most recently ran the 400m in 58.07, placing 2nd at the PTFCA Indoor Carnival. She has yet to run a 200m or 400m on a banked track and seems primed for a quick 200m at PSU. Look for Graybill to challenge for a top 5 finish.

Lily Palacio-Lewis, Warwick, Jr

Current State Rank – #16

Season Best – 25.86 seconds

The Warwick junior is coming off a 200m victory at the PTFCA Indoor Carnival on February 9th. Having yet to run on a banked track, look for her to run a personal best indoor 200m this weekend. Palacio-Lewis will battle for a top 10 finish.

Shanelle Burrowes, Chambersburg, Soph

Current State Rank – #22

Season Best – 25.97 seconds

Burrowes is one of the areas top underclassman. The Chambersburg sophomore has dropped over 1.5 seconds since the beginning of the indoor season. She qualified for the state meet following her win at the State College Invitational #3 on February 14th. She will look to set another personal record on Sunday.

Top 3 seeds:

1. Thelma Davies, Gerard College, Sr – 24.07

2. Talitha Diggs, Saucon Valley, Jr – 24.18

3. Meforehan Abinusawa, Germantown Academy, Fr – 24.35

This should be another very competitive race between the top 2-3 athletes. The race features the #8, #15, and #24 ranked 200m runners in the country. Locally, look for Leah Graybill to place in the top 5 and teammate Lily Palcio-Lewis to finish inside the top 10, if not earning a medal spot. Both figure to benefit from running on a banked track for the first time this season.

400m Dash

Taylor Jede, Cumberland Valley, Sr

Current State Rank – #17

Season Best – 58.76 seconds

Jede is a Penn State commit who will most likely be a 400mH at the next level. Her 58.76 season best comes from the Feb 14th State College Invite in which she won. That time is also an all-time best, indoor or outdoor. She placed 4th at the 2018 PIAA AAA State Outdoor meet in the 300mH. She is ahead of her pace from last season when her indoor PR for 400m was 60.61 seconds.

Raechel Bonner, Central Dauphin, Jr

Current State Rank – #24

Season Best – 59.66 seconds

The Central Dauphin junior will be competing in her first state championships. She earned her spot when she placed 3rd at the PTFCA Indoor Carnival with an indoor personal record of 59.66. At that same meet she ran an all-time 200m PR of 26.40. Bonner’s speed seems to be peaking at the right time. This will be her first meet running on a banked track so expect a season and personal best time.

Sarah Castronova, Conestoga Valley, Sr

Current State Rank – #25

Season Best – 59.74 seconds

Castronova is coming off of a big PR from the North Shore HS Pre-National Invite (Feb 15th) running 59.74. It was the first time in her career dipping below the 60s barrier. She will look to lower that PR again at her first state championship meet.

Cassidy Kline, Warwick, Jr

Current State Rank – #38

Season Best – 60.41 seconds

Kline’s performance this indoor season sets her up very favorably for the 300mH this upcoming outdoor season. Her short-sprint speed qualified her for the indoor state meet at 60mH and her strength-speed qualified her for the 400m championship. She will be one to watch as we transition from indoor to outdoor track and field.

Top 3 seeds:

1. Sanaa Hebron, George School, Fr – 55.04 seconds

2. Talitha Diggs, Saucon Valley, Jr – 55.10 seconds

3. Bria Barnes, Cheltenham, Sr – 55.93 seconds

Could a freshman girl win the 60m, 200m, and 400m? Quite possibly! Hebron figures to battle Diggs for the state title in State College. She has been running fast times all indoor season in events ranging from 55m to 400m. Diggs was the runner-up last Spring at the PIAA AAA championships. Diggs has a better 200 PR. Look for Diggs to take home state gold in sub 55 seconds. Should be a great race!

800m Run

Taryn Parks, Greencastle-Antrim, Jr

Current State Rank – #1

Season Best – 2:12.01

Parks has proven year over year that she is not only one of the top mid-distance/distance runners in the state, but also the country. She has gotten better each year and has set 800m and one mile run all-condition PRs this winter. She has won multiple outdoor state championships and will look to add her first indoor title this weekend. Parks will also look to move up in her 800m national ranking which currently sits at #14 in the US.

Makenna Krebs, Central Dauphin East, Sr

Current State Rank – #9

Season Best – 2:16.56

Krebs is another standout Central PA performer that might not get the credit she deserves because of the national accolades received by some of her peers. Krebs is a cross country and indoor 800m run state medalist. She placed 10th last spring at the PIAA AAA Outdoor track and field championships over 800m. Look for her to grab her 2nd indoor state medal on Sunday.

Katie Locker, Elizabethtown, Jr

Current State Rank – #14

Season Best – 2:17.89

Katie Locker has yet to experience the benefit of running on a banked surface. That changes this Sunday. Her season best time comes from her win at Susquehanna University on January 27th. Locker has an outdoor PR of 2:13. Don’t be surprised if she comes close to or surpasses that on the Penn State University track. She is currently ranked outside of the state top 10, but look for her to earn her first indoor state medal in State College this weekend; she has already earned state medals for XC and Outdoor track and field.

Delaney Line, Central Dauphin East, Soph

Current State Rank – #20

Season Best – 2:20.16

This will be the first state championship meet of any kind for the sophomore out of Central Dauphin East. She is coming off of her indoor best time of 2:20.16 from the State College Invite on February 14th where she placed 3rd, trailing only Parks and her teammate Makenna Krebs. She will be looking to better her all-condition 800m PR of 2:19.53 on Sunday.

1 mile Run

Marlee Starliper, Northern, Jr

Current State Rank – #1

Current Season Best – 4:41.66

Starliper continues to improve on her already very impressive resume. On February 3rd, she won the prestigious NYRR Millrose Games Mile and set the meet and PA state record in the process. Her time of 4:41.66 was nearly 2 seconds faster than her previous indoor best. She will look to add state titles #7 and #8 this upcoming weekend. There was some question as to whether or not the Northern junior would compete at PTFCAs as she has qualified for US National Championships at the 3k distance. She is US#2 in the mile behind only Katelyn Tuohy of New York. Tuohy has run 4:39.15.

Taryn Parks, Greencastle-Antrim, Jr

Current State Rank – #2

Current Season Best – 4:46.34

Parks has won the past 2 outdoor state titles at 1600m and will push Starliper for the indoor mile title. She finished 2nd to Marlee at the NYRR Millrose Games Mile, running an indoor personal record of 4:46.34. This time puts her US#4 on the girls national mile list. Parks has the leg speed to compete with Starliper down the stretch if its close. Look for Starliper to take the pace out hard in what will surely be one of the best races of the day.

Kileigh Kane, State College, Sr

Current State Rank – #9

Current Season Best – 5:04.90

Kane is the third highly touted Central PA runner that will be a force in the girls mile. She was the AAA runner-up at the State XC championships this Fall and finished 6th at 1600m at the Outdoor state meet last Spring. She ran the 3k at PTFCAs last indoor season where she placed 10th. Look for a sub 5-minute performance and state medal finish for the Penn State University signee.

Julia Cusatis, Saint Joseph’s Catholic Academy, Sr

Current State Rank – #11

Current Season Best – 5:05.86

Cusatis has state championship experience and is a state medalist in cross-country. She also finished 10th in the mile during last year’s indoor state championships. Since then she has dropped ~9 seconds and now has a mile PR of 5:05.86. She is familiar with the PSU facility, having run there several times this season already. This race should be fairly wide open after the first 3-4 girls. Look for the senior from Saint Joseph’s Catholic Academy to challenge for a top 8 finish.

Katie Locker, Elizabethtown, Jr

Current State Rank – #16

Current Season Best – 5:07.46

The Elizabethtown junior last raced the mile at the PTFCA Indoor Carnival where she placed 3rd in her season best time of 5:07.46. She placed 7th at last years PIAA AAA Outdoor finals at 1600m and has a 1600m PR of 4:56. As mentioned earlier, this will be Locker’s first competition of the season on a banked surface. She has very good 800m speed and should be in medal contention with a lap or two to go. She too should challenge for a top 8 finish.

Emily Schuler, Dallastown, Jr

Current State Rank – #23

Current Season Best – 5:11.99

Schuler has already won 3 state XC medals in as many years competing. Arguably more of a 2-miler/5k runner, she has improved upon her indoor mile time by 9 seconds from last season. She will be looking to improve upon her 16th place finish from a year ago. Her continued improvement over the mile should make her even more dangerous this Spring at 3200m.

Laura Sakol, Camp Hill, Jr

Current Season Rank – #27

Current Season Best – 5:14.77

Sakol is coming off of a very solid cross country season that saw her win her first state medal. The Camp Hill junior has possibly made the biggest one year stride of any runner competing this weekend. She has dropped a whopping 28 seconds from her 2018 outdoor 1600m time!

Top 3 seeds:

1. Marlee Starliper, Northern, Jr – 4:41.66

2. Taryn Parks, Greencastle-Antrim, Jr – 4:46.34

3. Isabelle Goldstein, Germantown Academy, Jr – 4:49.20

Pennsylvania’s 2020 crop of college recruitments for girl’s distance running is outstanding. This race features the US#2, #4, and #6 ranked milers and they are all juniors. The #13 ranked miler in the US will also be in this race – Jessica Schneider (sr) from the Academy of Norte Dame has run 4:52 this indoor season. These 4 athletes appear to have separated themselves from the rest, but the race for 5-8 should be wide open. There will be many great competitions on Sunday, but this event may be the best!

3000m Run

Marlee Starliper, Northern, Jr

Current Season Rank – #1

Current Season Best – 9:20.91

Starliper ran her state record breaking time of 9:20.91 against collegians at Penn State University in late January. Her time also qualified her for the US National Championships scheduled the same date as PTFCA states. It appears as though she has decided to go for the state mile/3k double. Her 3k time is a US#2. The Meet Record of 9:36.45 is likely to go down. She doubled last year in 4:43/9:45, winning state gold in both events.

Kate Dickow, Warwick, Sr

Current Season Rank – #10

Current Season Best – 10:12.93

The senior from Warwick has set PRs this season in the mile and 3k, most recently running an impressive 5:12 mile finishing 5th at the PTFCA Indoor Carnival on February 9th. Her lone 3k this season saw her run a winning time of 10:12.93 on January 26th at Franklin and Marshall. The University of Richmond commit will challenge the 10 minute barrier and should earn her 2nd state medal.

Sophia Toti, Carlisle, Jr

Current Season Rank – #11

Current Season Best – 10:13.57

Toti is coming off a great XC season in which she placed 14th at the state championships. She placed 8th at the PIAA AAA Outdoor State 1600m run last Spring. She has one of the best mile PRs in the field and should challenge for her first indoor podium spot this Sunday. She’s set indoor PRs this season at 800m, the mile run, and at 3000m.

Gwyneth Young, Cedar Crest, Soph

Current Season Rank – #12

Current Season Best – 10:13.78

Gwyneth Young is coming off of a breakout XC season where she finished 6th at the state championships. She then went on to finish a very respectable 23rd at the Footlocker Northeast Championships. She most recently won the PTFCA Indoor Carnival 3k in a new PR of 10:13.78. She is ahead of where she was last year at this time by nearly 50 seconds and last year she went on to finish 8th at the PIAA Outdoor Track and Field championships at 3200m.

Madeline Quinn, Elizabethtown, Soph

Current Season Rank – #14

Current Season Best – 10:22.95

Quinn most recently finished 2nd to Gwyneth Young at the PTFCA Indoor Carnival running a PR of 10:22.95. This will mark her first state championship meet on the track. She has made significant improvements from her freshman outdoor campaign. Her outdoor 3200m PR is 11:30. She will shatter that time come outdoor season. This meet could serve as a nice launching off point for the sophomore from Elizabethtown.

Top 3 seeds:

1. Marlee Starliper, Northern, Jr – 9:20.91

2. Jenna Mulhern, West Chester Henderson, Fr – 9:55.35

3. Hannah Schupansky, Oakland Catholic, Sr – 10:01.67

Starliper is the heavy favorite. Will she break the meet record? It may depend on how much effort she puts forth in the mile earlier in the day. Mulhern burst onto the scene in a big way this past XC season. The freshman won the AAA state championship and went on to finish 7th at Nike Cross Northeast and 44th at Nike Cross Nationals.

Shot Put

Keeley Suzenski, Reading/Berks Catholic, Sr

Current Season Rank – #1

Current Season Best – 48-1

Suzenski has won every competition but one this indoor season and comes into the state championships with the top throw in the state. The William and Mary commit is also ranked US#2. She finished in the runner-up spot at both indoor and outdoor states last year. Keeley has thrown nearly 5 feet further this indoor season versus last year and is the favorite to win state gold.

Mallory Kauffman, Greenwood, Sr

Current Season Rank – #2

Current Season Best – 46-4

Kauffman handed Suzensky her lone loss of the season at the PTFCA Indoor Carnival and is undefeated in competition this indoor season. She was the state runner-up in AA last outdoor season and placed 4th in the state at the 2018 Indoor state meet. She has committed to Penn State and will look to cap off her impressive senior season with a win at the place she’ll call home for the next 4 years. She is ranked US#4.

Top 3 Seeds:

1. Keeley Suzenski, Reading/Berks Catholic, Sr – 48-1

2. Mallory Kauffman, Greenwood, Sr – 46-4

3. Mackenna Orie, Hempfield (7), Sr – 46-3

This event features 5 competitors currently ranked in the top 12 in the US. 11 girls have thrown over 40 feet this season. This will be a great battle between many of the nation’s best throwers.

High Jump

Kayla Gillen, Twin Valley, Sr

Current State Rank – #4

Current Season Best – 5-7

Gillen has been winning state medals in the high jump since the 2016 outdoor campaign. Her best finish in state competition came at the 2018 indoor championships when she finished 3rd. She set her indoor PR of 5-7 at the Susquehanna Invitational on January 27th. She will be looking for another top 3 finish this weekend. She is Central PAs only competitor in the High Jump – go Kayla!

Top 3 seeds:

1. Lydia Bottelier, Palisades, Sr – 5-10

2. Kate Willshaw, Easton, Sr – 5-8

3. Brianna Smith, Cheltenham, Jr – 5-8

Long Jump

Averie Foster, Exeter, Jr

Current State Rank – #15

Current Season Best – 17-5.75

This will be Foster’s first state championship. She has become a more consistent long jumper this season. She has improved by over 2 feet from her indoor best from last year and 4 inches better from her best jump last outdoor season. Her short sprint speed has also improved from last year which certainly has benefitted her in the long jump.

Gabriella Recce, Central Dauphin, Jr

Current State Rank – #16

Current Season Best – 17-5.25

Reece has improved 9 inches from last indoor season and has a PR from outdoors of 18-7.75. She competed at the indoor state championships last year in the triple jump; she placed 14th at the PIAA Outdoor State championships last Spring. Her previous state experience should help come this weekend. Her best event, however, is likely the triple jump or pole vault. She will be one of the busiest athletes this weekend.

Top 3 seeds:

1. Tia Taylor, Saint Basil Academy, Soph – 18-10.75

2. Casey Burton, North Allegheny, Jr – 18-9.5

3. Natalie Kwortnik, North Penn, Sr – 18-7.75

This event is wide open. 5 girls have jumped 18-7 or better and a total of 9 have leaped beyond 18 feet. Should be a fun competition to watch.

Triple Jump

Tessa Thomas, West York, Jr

Current State Rank – #2

Current Season Best – 40-5

This indoor season has seen Thomas improve upon her all condition triple jump PR by over 1 foot, jumping 40-5 at Susquehanna University in late January. She’s won the only two indoor meets she has competed in this winter. She finished 5th at the PIAA Outdoor Championships last spring.

Gabriella Recce, Central Dauphin, Jr

Current State Rank – #6

Current Season Best – 37-7

Recce was highlighted above in her entry for the long jump. The Central Dauphin junior will have a very busy meet and she has a great chance to earn a state medal in the triple jump. She finished 12th at last year’s PTFCA Indoor State Championship and 13th at the PIAA Outdoor State Championship in the triple jump.

Izzy Warren, Saint Joseph’s Catholic Academy, Jr

Current State Rank – #11

Current Season Best – 36-11.25

Izzy Warren has had a great indoor season, setting PRs at 60m, 60mH, Long Jump, and Triple Jump. This will be her first state championships and she will be competing in the 60mH and the triple jump. She has a legitimate chance of finding herself on the medal stand in the triple jump.

Juliette Delmotte, Warwick, Jr

Current State Rank – #15

Current Season Best – 36-3.5

Warwick’s Juliette Delmotte hit her state qualifying jump in winning the Kutztown University Golden Bear Invitational on January 12th. She has an outdoor PR over 37 feet. If she can leap over 37 feet on Sunday she will have a chance to win her first state medal.

Top 3 seeds:

1. Christina Warren, Perkiomen Valley, Sr – 40-11

2. Tessa Thomas, West York, Jr – 40-5

3. Tia Taylor, Saint Basil Academy, Soph – 38-11

West York’s Tessa Thomas will likely be battling Perkiomen Valley’s Christina Warren for the state title. The Meet Record of 40-11.5 could also be in jeopardy. Warren is currently ranked US#4 and Thomas is ranked US#5. Should be a great championship event!

Pole Vault

Lyndsey Reed, State College, Sr

Current State Rank – #1

Current Season Best – 13-1.5

Reed has been one of the most consistent jumpers all indoor season. She has yet to have a competition in which she failed to clear at least 12-0. She set a PR of 13-1.5 at the State College HS Invitational #2 earlier this month. The Ole Miss commit finished 4th at the indoor state meet in 2018 and 3rd in 2017. She will be the favorite to win gold this year.

Sydney Horn, Manheim Township, Jr

Current State Rank – #3

Current Season Best – 12-9.5

The Manheim Township junior established herself as a top flight pole vaulter last season. She placed 7th at indoor states and then went on to place 3rd at the outdoor state championships. Her season continued at New Balance Nationals where she placed 2nd with a new outdoor PR of 12-6.25. She most recently placed 5th at the NYRR Millrose Games with a new indoor PR of 12-9.5.

Gabriella Recce, Central Dauphin, Jr

Current State Rank – #8

Current Season Best – 11-11.75

Recce will have 3 chances at a state medal this upcoming weekend and the Pole Vault is where she is seeded the highest. She has improved by nearly 1 foot from last season and will surely be looking to break the 12 foot barrier.

Cierra Crane, Central York, Sr

Current State Rank – #8

Current Season Best – 11-11.75

The senior from Central York competed in both the Indoor and Outdoor State Championships last year. She placed 10th indoors and improved by one spot to claim 9th place during the outdoor campaign. Like Central Dauphin’s Recce, she too will be looking to clear 12 feet and secure her first state medal.

Top 3 seeds:

1. Lyndsey Reed, State College, Sr – 13-1.5

2. Liliana Cohen, Germantown Academy, Jr – 12-10

3. Sydney Horn, Manheim Township, Jr – 12-9.5

The top 3 are all ranked inside the top 15 in the United States this indoor season. Reed comes in at US#7, Cohen at US#10, and Horn at US#13. This is yet another event in which the Meet Record is in jeopardy.

4x200m Relay

Warwick

Current State Rank – #3

The team has yet to run on a banked surface, meaning they could be in for a big drop this weekend. They will battle for state gold against Coatesville, Cheltenham, and Penn Wood.

State College Area

Current State Rank – #12

J.P. McCaskey

Current State Rank – #25

4x400m Relay

Warwick

Current State Rank – #11

Warwick is within 1 second of the #6 seed and should challenge for a top 8 finish.

J.P. McCaskey

Current State Rank – #15

Conestoga Valley

Current State Rank – #16

Cumberland Valley

Current State Rank – #23

4x800m Relay

State College

Current State Rank – #3

Current Season Best – 9:33.50

Saint Joseph’s Catholic Academy

Current State Rank – #20

Current Season Best – 10:01.69

Neumann Goretti (US #3) and Strath Haven (US #8) are the clear #1 and #2 teams in the state. State College should challenge for a top 3 finish.

Distance Medley Relay

State College

Current State Rank – #8

Saint Joseph’s Catholic Academy

Current State Rank – #13