RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Penn Relays

A collection of news and information related to Penn Relays published by this site and its partners.

Top Penn Relays Articles

Displaying items 78-84
  • Williamsburg's Russell Hornsby is ready to take his 800-meter talent to the University of Oregon.

    Russell Hornsby realized a long-held dream when he signed in the fall with the University of Oregon, the premier distance running program in the country for nearly half a century. But his 1 minute, 53 second best at 800 meters, a terrific time for most...
  • Williamsburg remembers the late Ron Springs

    Williamsburg remembers the late Ron Springs
    Whenever a Lafayette High team needed money for new uniforms, Mel Jones called Ron Springs. If the track squad needed travel funds for the Penn Relays, Jones called Springs. “The check was always there the next day,” Jones said Friday...
  • Boys track: First team

    Boys track: First team
    Jordan Carr Howard, jr. •Versatile performer who can compete in jumps, hurdles, runs, relays •Stood out in high jump, where he won Class 3A with leap of 6feet, 6 inches Won Howard County and region in high jumps to complete his hat trick...
  • Boys track: Performer of the Year

    Boys track: Performer of the Year
    Matt Jablonski Loyola, sr. Despite battling injuries that sidelined him for the last few weeks of spring, Jablonski remained the area's best runner. The Oregon-bound senior found plenty of success in big meets — when he was healthy. A stress...
  • Girls track: Performer of the Year

    Girls track: Performer of the Year
    Alexis Franklin Old Mill, jr. The bad news for those who compete against Franklin is this: She'll be back. Franklin turned in a spectacular season in a number of ways this spring. She finished second in the 400 hurdles at the Penn Relays (in Maryland,...
  • Body of work separates Glenelg's Creese from the pack

    For all that he's accomplished — the record times, the double-digit state titles — it's easy to forget sometimes that Glenelg's Robby Creese is still human. He gets sick, battles injuries and tires just like everyone else. Yet, as he...
  • Area bests set at Penn Relays, Allen Invite

     
    Many records were broken in a three-day span last weekend with performances at the Penn Relays and Allen Invitational. First, in Philadelphia: Quakertown’s girls set a new mark in the 400 relay (49.00 fully automatic timing, FAT). Pennridge’...