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Track & Field Dual Meet Results Tracker: April 15-18

In this post, we will attempt to bring you details from the LebCo Track & Field dual meet action.  As is most of our coverage, this will serve as a place for rolling coverage that will be updated as we are able to get you details from local meets.


At Pan-Ram Invite, Palmyra Boys Finish 1st, Girls 4th

At Black Knight Invite, Cedar Crest & Lebanon Combine for Seven Gold, Six Silvers

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Thursday, April 18

Hamburg @ Northern Lebanon

Boys: Northern Lebanon 80, Hamburg 66

Girls: Hamburg 80, Northern Lebanon 68

Full Results




Tuesday, April 16

Palmyra @ Hershey

Boys: Palmyra 77, Hershey 73

The Cougars went on the road and won a tight matchup over Keystone rival Hershey. Jacob Burgess led the way with three individual wins in the 100m (11.17), 200m (22.60), and Long Jump (21’3”). In both sprints, it was Travis McDannell finishing 2nd and scoring valuable points. Tyler Burgess won the 110m High Hurdles (14.53) and 300m IM Hurdles (38.58), with Jonathan McDannell close behind to take 2nd in both races. The Burgess and McDannell brothers would also team up to win the 4x100m (43.18).

Also on the Track, Luke Vottero won the 400m (52.43), which was a prelude to the Cougars winning the meet with the 4x400m victory to finish the day.

In the Field, Andrew Manning won the Shot Put (45’5”). Cade Palmer finished 2nd in the Javelin with a 159’3”, just 1” behind the winner from Hershey. It is worth noting that Mason Bucks did not compete, but Palmyra’s depth, led by individuals like Jon Beam, helped to win the meet. Beam finished 2nd in the High Jump and Triple Jump while also taking 3rd in the Long Jump.

Overall, it was a team effort that helped to get by a very talented crew from Hershey. Palmyra is now 5-0 in the dual meet season.

Full Results


Girls: Palmyra 88, Hershey 62

Palmyra showed off their strength by taking ten individual events and all three relays to defeat Hershey at their home. Maddy Waldron, Abby Berarducci, Carmen McConaghy, and Elaina Potter each won two individual events.

The freshman Waldron won the 100m (12.79) and 200m (26.25). She then joined Cala Hipple, Helena Baker, and speedy junior Delaney Miller to win the 4x100m in a time of 51.46. In the 4x400m, Waldron and Miller teamed with Ella Stuart and Kate Lachance to take 1st place in 4:13.82.

Berarducci won the 800m (2:28.41) and 1600m (5:27.96) to neutralize Hershey in the distance events. She also helped to lead the 4x800m in an exciting victory. McConaghy took the 100m High Hurdles (17.66) and 300m IM Hurdles (51.46). Potter won the High Jump (4’6”) and Pole Vault (10’10”) while also adding a 3rd place in the Javelin that Palmyra’s Sofie Price won with a throw of 113’4”. Jordan Palmer added a win in the Shot Put (32’8.5”), while also taking 2nd in the Discus (83’10”).

Palmyra is now 4-1 in dual meets this season.

Full Results




Monday, April 15

Cedar Crest @ Manheim Township

Boys: Cedar Crest 102, Manheim Township 48

The Falcons used wins in all three relays and a dominant performance in the Field on their way to defeating Manheim Township. Dylan Groff won the Triple Jump (40’7.5”) and Javelin (148’11”). Leo Tirado took the High Jump (5’10”). The two would then team up with Jacob Ruth and Shade Roman to win the 4x100m. Other winners in the Field included  Christian Viveros – Pole Vault (10’6”), Reed Fretz – Long Jump (20’0.5”), Alex Kissinger – Discus (137’9”), and Tristan Long – Shot Put (49’3.5”). Cedar Crest swept the Pole Vault, Triple Jump, and Long Jump, ultimately outscoring the Streaks by a 53-10 margin.

On the Track, Jake Perhonitch won the 1600m (4:45.46) and was a member of the 4x800m along with Zachary Margut, Jack Williams, and Ben Causak. Charlie Joffy took the 400m (52.73) and teamed with Williams, Ruth, and Jeremiah Santiago to win the 4x400m. Jack Waranavage finished 1st in the 300m IM Hurdles (42.84), just ahead of 2nd place Malachi Victor (43.47).

Cedar Crest moved to 3-0 in dual meets and remains on pace to repeat as the Section 1 Champs.

Full Results


Girls: Cedar Crest 83, Manheim Township 67

Cedar Crest had some monster performances by its stars as they also flexed their depth in taking down Manheim Township. The day was highlighted by Kaddel Howard, who took the 100m (12.59), 200m (24.69), and 400m (55.09). Eliana Schneider joined her fellow sophomore in winning three events, taking the 1600m (5:08.99), High Jump (5’0”), and Javelin (112’), while also placing 3rd in the Long Jump (15’11”). Opeyemi Ojo also came up big by winning two events, finishing 1st in the Triple Jump (34’4.5”) and Long Jump (17’6.5”), while also serving as a leg on the winning 4x100m with Ava Schreier, Sarah Noecker, and Susie Hoffman.

Makenzie Wamsher took the 300m IM Hurdles with a time of 49.47. Hailee Kreiser and Ruby Wolfe each went 10’ in the Pole Vault to lead the sweep of the event. The 4x800m was another winner on the day, with Maggie Chernich, Audrey Fugate, Camilla Zimmerman, and Lizzie Lowe working together to run a 10:17.47 to give the Falcons a 5-0 advantage to start the meet.

Cedar Crest is 3-0 in dual meets and looks to be in an excellent position to challenge McCaskey for the Section 1 Championship.

Full Results

Lebanon @ McCaskey

Boys: McCaskey 109, Lebanon 36

Ramon Urena Batista ran the 1600m in 4:23.6 to take 1st place. The 4x400m did not win, but ran a sizzling 3:30.5. Mahkye Cortes won Shot Put with a throw of 41’11”. Jalik Hill took 2nd in the 100m with a time of 11.1.

Full Results


Girls: McCaskey 129, Lebanon 20

While McCaskey is one of the best teams you’ll find, the results indicate that the decision was made to rest several of Lebanon’s top athletes following Saturday’s Black Knight Invitational. Liliana Harrison was the lone 1st place finisher, taking the Shot Put with a throw of 35’3″. A scorebook error may have errorenously shorted Lebanon one point.

Full Results

Northern Lebanon @ Lancaster Catholic 

Boys: Northern Lebanon 78.5, Lancaster Catholic 71.5

Girls: Lancaster Catholic 97, Northern Lebanon 48

Full Results

Columbia @ ELCO

Boys: ELCO 111, Columbia 35

Girls: ELCO 143, Columbia 0



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April 4-5

March 25-26


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