I’ll be continuously updating the champions from Friday’s PIAA Track and Field Championships on this open page.

There will be no live chat today for two reasons. First, there are no track event finals on Friday, only field finals. Second, I’m working for two other media outlets on Friday that will limit my time on my own website.

Saturday’s a little different story. As of right now, I’m planning a Saturday live chat.

The PIAA Track and Field records and history can be found here:  Boys records …  Girls records

Here is the list of 2010-2011 PIAA Track and Field Champions:

CLASS AA GIRLS

Pole vault: Monica Pechanec, Notre Dame-GreenPond (11), 12-0

Long jump: Kayla Hope, Tamaqua (11), 18-10 3/4

High jump: Lauren Lubarski, Hickory (10), 5-4

Discus: Megan Dornish, Elk County Catholic (9), 141-3

CLASS AAA GIRLS

High jump: Anne Holland, Pennridge (1), 5-7

Shot: Margo Britton, Dallastown (3), 44-4

Long jump: Marshay Ryan, Chambersburg (3), 18-7 1/2

Javelin: Lauren Kenney, State College (6), 151-4

CLASS AA BOYS

Triple jump: Jarred Gambrell, Athens (4), 50-1 3/4 (Record. Old: 49-5, Justin Jarmon, Kennett, 1998)

Javelin: Rob Robbins, Northeast Bradford (4), 221-6 (Record. Old: 213-10, Thomas Lang, St. Pius X, 2010)

Pole vault: Patrick Anderson, Kane (9)

Shot: Mike Recla, Bloomsburg (4), 57-0 1/2

CLASS AAA BOYS

Discus: Kyle Long, Landisville Hempfield (3), 202-10 (Record. Old: 201-9, Ryan Whiting, Central Dauphin, 2005)

Triple jump: Imani Brown, Reading (3), 48-7 3/4

 

Here are the PIAA Track and Field Performance lists. And some records. Gotta have the records.

PERFORMANCE LISTS
CLASS AAA BOYS

CLASS AA BOYS

CLASS AAA GIRLS

CLASS AA GIRLS


PIAA TRACK AND FIELD HISTORY AND RECORDS

PIAA BOYS TRACK AND FIELD RECORDS

PIAA GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD RECORDS

(Hey, Mabel, don’t look now, but that there fella who runs that high school sports website has finally learned that he can put color on his site.  Only took him a year and a half …)

 

I hardly know what to say. First of all, the weather today is first-rate; it feels like hitting a $500 scratch-off.

Second, I’m attending my first spring sports event of the year (not kidding; would you go out in the rain if you were a broken old fart like me?). Fortunately, it’s one of my favorites: The District 3 Track and Field Championships.

Inasmuch as I’m here in an official District 3 capacity as webmaster (yep, it’s what I do), I won’t be blabbing on and on like I did last year.

Rather, I’m throwing up the link to the live results below. If something crazy happens, I’ll make a comment or two. Otherwise, I’m strictly business (very boring).

DISTRICT 3 TRACK AND FIELD LIVE RESULTS

I’ll post the PIAA Track and Field Championships performance lists at some point on Sunday. The reason I’m so vague about the time is because I won’t be near the laptop on Sunday; I will be in State College for induction into the Pennsylvania Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Fame. needless to say, I am very grateful for the honor.

In the meantime, enjoy the track and field. In fact, click here for the District 3 track and field page for some limited records and history. All of that history will appear on RodFrisco.com once I’m able to update after the meet.

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