Week 3 – Mid-Penn Results (9/17/19)

Hershey @ Palmyra

Boys

The #2 D3AAA Palmyra boys defeated #5 D3AAA Hershey boys 26 to 31. Jakolby Fackler (Palmyra) takes the win over Brendan Shea (Hershey) 17:32 to 17:33. Palmyra goes 1-3-4-6 to secure the win. Hershey did put 8 runners in front of Palmyra’s #5. Both teams look to be in good position to challenge for state qualifying berths.

Girls

Hershey (#10 D3AAA) took the victory today over Palmyra 22-36. Palmyra’s Hannah Rohrer continues her strong season and earns the individual win in 20:35.

Cedar Cliff and Mechanicsburg @ Red Land

Boys

Red Land‘s Aiden Gonder paces the Patriots to victories over Cedar Cliff and Mechanicsburg, winning today’s race in 17:00. Mechanicsburg’s Kyle Costello was 2nd in 17:26.

Girls

Central Dauphin @ Cumberland Valley

Boys

Central Dauphin runner’s TJ Roden and Jacob Myers set the pace today going 1-2, but then 7 Cumberland Valley runners followed, led by Jordan Tiday who placed 3rd. This was a great race to watch two of the areas top freshman compete against each other (Roden and Tiday).

Girls

Cumberland Valley was dominant today taking 6 of the first 7 finishes. Kate Vonah led the way for the Eagles running 20:22. Cumberland Valley is our #3 ranked team in D3AAA this week.

Carlisle and Chambersburg @ Mifflin County

Close match-ups today in Mifflin County

From Ed Gotwals thesportspage.blog

State College @ CD East

Boys

Girls

CD East didn’t have enough competitors to field a full team and therefore State College was able to rest many runners and still pick up the team win. CD East’s Delaney Line took the individual win running 21:23.

Big Spring @ Shippensburg

Boys

Shippensburg extends their conference record to 4-0 by taking the top 5 spots against rival Big Spring. Hayden Hunt led the way for the Greyhounds, picking up the victory in 17:14. Shippensburg has climbed into our D3AAA rankings Honorable Mention based off of their strong performances so far this season.

Girls

Big Spring claimed victory over Shippensburg who failed to register 5 runners for this one. Gabrielle Reifsnyder cruised to victory crossing the finish line first in 21:09.