Warrior Run freshman Lauren Trapani burst onto the cross-country scene this fall, notching the fastest freshman time in the country in her first high school outing and winning every other regular-season race.
Encouraged to formulate a series of goals and objectives back in the summer as the cross-country season rapidly approached, Ethan Knoebel quickly responded by listing a number of attainable targets.
HERSHEY — The Danville girls cross-country team didn’t line up for individual glory Saturday at the PIAA state championships. Just as they didn’t at any dual meet, invitational, league or district championship.
HERSHEY — The Danville girls cross-country team won the PIAA Class 2A team title Saturday in dominating fashion beating second-place Allentown Central Catholic 121-139.
HERSHEY — The Danville girls cross country team won the PIAA Class AA state title on Saturday in Hershey, putting three runners in the top 15 of the team race to edge Allentown Central Catholic for its second title in program history.
SUNBURY — Heading into the Shikellamy Invitational cross-country meet Saturday, there were clear favorites to capture the individual titles.
MIFFLINBURG — Tuesday was Senior Day at the Mifflinburg cross-country quad meet where the Wildcats hosted Warrior Run, Loyalsock and Williamsport. And there was definitely an air of celebration.
SUNBURY — Warrior Run used a pack mentality to win as a team and Southern Columbia's Ethan Knoebel had a bounce back race to take the individual title Tuesday at a quad cross-country meet hosted by Shikellamy.
WILLIAMSPORT — Danville had five boys and four girls place in the top 10 as the Ironmen swept all six cross-country races they were a part of Tuesday at Williamsport.
MILTON — Led by Tyler Leeser’s first-place finish Tuesday, the Milton boys cross-country team had five of the top 11 runners and won all three races in a quad meet.
DANVILLE—It was a homecoming of sorts for the Danville girls’ cross-country team as it opened the home portion of its 2017 schedule.
SUNBURY — While the Shikellamy boys swept their quad meet Wednesday against Central Columbia, Central Mountain and Montoursville, the Braves girls took only one of three showdowns with their Heartland Athletic Conference playmates.