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Track & Field Dual Meet Results Tracker: April 8-11

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.


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Thursday, April 11

Mechanicsburg @ Palmyra

Boys: Palmyra 121, Mechanicsburg 29

The Cougars handled their business against visiting Mechanicsburg in tough conditions at Buck Swank. Tyler Burgess was completely unphased by the high winds and set a new stadium record in the 300m IM Hurdles with a time of 38.29. He went on to win the 110m Hurdles with a time of 14.48.

Other two event winners for Palmyra were Mason Bucks in the High Jump (5’10”) and Pole Vault (15’6”), along with Andrew Manning leading sweeps of the Shot Put (42’7.5”) and Discus (111’7”).

On the Track, Palmyra won all but one individual race. Landon Weldon took 1st in the 200m (24.30). Luke Voterro led a sweep of the 400m (52.72). Also leading a sweep was Cohen Claar in the 800m (2:14.03). Claar then finished 2nd to Jake Vottero in the 1600m (4:50.62). Gavin Bullard won the longest race of the day, crossing the line 1st in the 3200m (10:58.27).

Jacob Burgess added an impressive victory in the Long Jump (21’4”). Jake Schelhorn won Javelin (132’6”), edging out teammate Xavier Smith (131’5”). Palmyra also took 1st in the 4x800m.

With the win, Palmyra improves to 4-0 on the dual meet season.


Girls: Palmyra 103, Mechanicsburg 46

In terms of the final score of Palmyra, it left little doubt that they would win the meet. However, within the competition, the Cougars had several gritty performances that allowed them to take key matchups that allow them to pull away from the Wildcats.

Considering the depth that Palmyra displayed, Elaina Potter was only Cougar to win multiple individual events, taking 1st in the High Jump (4’8”) and Pole Vault (10’6”).

On the Track, freshman Maddy Waldron won the 100m with a winning time of 13.8, just ahead of teammate Delaney Miller’s 13.99. The two would then team up with Cala Hipple and Kate Lachance to win the 4x100m relay. Mackenzie Long won the 200m (29.59). Leading a sweep in the 800m with a time of 2:27.73 was Abby Berarducci. Avery Rohrer won the 1600m (5:58.64) before Ellie Schaffer and Cecilia Cole each clocked 14:02 to finish 1-2 in 3200m. Julia Sattele led a sweep of the 100m Hurdles (19.36), and Brynn Leonard took the 300m IM Hurdles (52.78). The Cougars added a win in the 4x800m (11:34.41) to start the meet with a five point lead.

In the Field, Miranda VanKirk won the Long Jump (14’9”), just ½” further than Sattele’s 2nd place performance. Sofie Price again won the Javelin with a top throw of 107’10”.

Palmyra is now 3-1 this season.

Full Scoresheet



Wednesday, April 10

ELCO @ Lancaster Catholic w/ Lancaster Mennonite

Boys: ELCO 97, Lancaster Catholic 52 / ELCO 117, Lancaster Mennonite 27

ELCO won matchups against Catholic and Mennonite. Four Raiders won multiple events in the victorious effort. Camden Marquette led the way by winning the 400m (53.36) and then leading the sweep of the 800m (2:24.09) along with teammates Ben Macchione and Micah Gray. Chad Keller took 1st in the 1600m (4:51.49) and 3200m (10:40.93). Luke Macchione took both the 110m High Hurdles (16.62) and 300m IM Hurdles (41.73). Ben Stohler was the top jumper on the day, winning the Long Jump (20’0″) and the Triple Jump (41’1″). Elliott Kreider added a win in the Javelin (131’7″), and Justin Smucker took the High Jump (5’6″).

ELCO’s success extended beyond individual events, as they also triumphed in two relays. Griffin Kreider joined forces with the Macchione brothers and Marquette to win the 4x400m with a time of 3:35.94. Marquette’s prowess was further showcased as he ran on the winning 4x800m, teaming up with Gray, Keller, and Ethan Frey to clock a time of 9:37.76 at the start of the meet.

ELCO is now 4-0 to begin the dual meet season.

Full Scoresheet


Girls: ELCO 82, Lancaster Catholic 67 / ELCO 111, Lancaster Mennonite 33

ELCO’s recent track meet was a testament to their collective strength and unity, resulting in two impressive road wins over Catholic and Mennonite. The standout moment of the meet was the team of Becky Dimov, Lizzie Dimov, Makenna Haas, and Reece Woelfling, who set a new ELCO record with a time of 51.36 in the 4×100 m relay.

On the Track, Woelfling showcased her speed by winning the 100m (13.32) and finishing a close 2nd to Lizzie Dimov in the 200m (27.63). Sara Miller demonstrated her agility by claiming victory in the 100m Hurdles (17.37) and the 300m Hurdles (50.8). Nina Milosevic‘s endurance was on full display as she outpaced all runners from Lancaster Catholic in the 1600m (6:17.28) and 3200m (14:00.42), securing crucial points for the team. Aspen Wenrich added a win in the Pole Vault (7’0″)

In addition to serving as a leg on the 4x100m, Haas won the Long Jump (16’10.5″) and led a sweep Triple Jump (34’11.5″) with Woelfling and Olivia Winters going 2-3. Winters and Haas would then team up with Lizzie Dimov and Bella Badaloto to finish the meet with a win in the 4x400m with a time of 4:32.75.

ELCO is now 3-1 in dual meets this season.

Full Scoresheet



Annville-Cleona @ Octorara 

Boys: Octorara 91, Annville-Cleona 58

Octorara won Section 3 last year and is showing that they are strong once again this year. However, Annville used its talent to take 58 points to make it a highly competitive meet against the Braves. Tim Montijo won the 300m IM Hurdles (46.01). David Moran ran an impressive 800m, knocking on the door of the two-minute barrier by running a 2:01.38. Landon Hostetter was victorious in the 3200m (10:19) and took 2nd in 1600m (4:35.2). The Dutchmen finished the meet with a win in the 4x400m. Bryson Fogelsanger picked up six points by finishing 2nd in the Javelin (140’1”) and the Discus (113’6”).

Annville is now 0-2 in the dual meet season.

Full Scoresheet


Girls: Annville-Cleona 88, Octorara 61

On the road at Octorara, The Dutchmen won nine individual events and a relay on their way to earning another important Section 3 victory. Kya Missimer won two events, the 100m Hurdles (18.07) and 300m IM Hurdles (52.38). Miracle Hershey locked down both of the short sprints by winning the 200m (27.76) and leading the Annville sweep of the 100m (13.13). It was not a surprise then that the Dutchmen took the 4x100m (50.14) for five more important points. Mackenzie Stellmach picked up a win in the 3200m (11:59) and also finished 2nd in 1600m (5:35).

In the Field, Annville won four more events. Madison Long led a sweep in the Triple Jump (33’3.25”), while Emily Shuey made her presence known in the Long Jump (15’10.5”). Caitlin Shay had the top height in the Pole Vault (8’6”). Ainsley Sellers was once again reliable as she won the Discus (71’4”).
Annville-Cleona is now 2-0.

Full Scoresheet



Tuesday, April 9

Palmyra @ Cedar Cliff

Boys: Palmyra 121, Cedar Cliff 29

Tyler Burgess had another huge day to lead Palmyra in a runaway victory over Cedar Cliff. The junior won the 110m High Hurdles (14.0), 300m Hurdles (40.6), and 200m (21.8). Burgess also served as a leg in the winning 4x100m. Jon McDannell took 2nd place in both Hurdle events and the 100m (10.75). Also, on the Track, Josh Miller won the 1600m (4:58) and 3200m (10:42), while Luke Vottero added a win in the 400m (52.9), and Cornelius Cummings wrapped up the 800m (2:06). Palmyra also won the 4x800m.

In the Field, freshman Xavier Smith turned heads with his winning throw in the Javelin (155’2”). Andrew Manning took the Shot Put (42’2”) and finished 2nd in Discus (118’3”). Jacob Burgess was victorious in the Long Jump (21’10.5”), while Jonathan Beam won the High Jump (5’8”). Mason Bucks again won the Pole Vault (15’) and added a 2nd place finish in the High Jump (5’6”).

Palmyra took fourteen events in total, but almost just as importantly, they took 2nd place in fifteen events.

The win moved them to 3-0 in dual meets.

Full Scoresheet


Girls: Palmyra 121, Cedar Cliff 28

Palmyra took 1st place in fifteen of eighteen events on its way to defeating Cedar Cliff by a large margin. The highlight was the 100m, where freshman Maddy Waldron and Delaney Miller finished 1-2, ahead of the previous Palmyra record. Waldron ran a 12.3 in the 100m and would go on to win the 200m (26.3) while also serving as a member of the winning 4x100m and 4x400m relay teams. In addition to sweeping the 100m and 200m, Palmyra picked up a sweep in the 100m High Hurdles, with Carmen McConaghy winning the 100m Hurdles (17.5) and Julia Sattele taking the 300m Hurdles (53.2).

Abby Berarducci, Elaina Potter, and Sofie Price each won two events in the meet. Berarducci took the 1600m (5:34) and 800m (2:39). Price took 1st in the Javelin (108’11”) and Triple Jump (29’6.5”). Potter won High Jump (4’4”) and Pole Vault (10’6”), while also finishing 2nd in Jav. Cala Hipple added depth in the sprints while also winning the Discus (86’7”). Miranda VanKirk won the Long Jump (15’4.75”). Palmyra also added a victory in the 4x800m, a race that started the day.

The Cougars are now 2-1 in dual meets.

Full Scoresheet




Monday, April 8

Hempfield @ Cedar Crest

Boys: Cedar Crest 95, Hempfield 55

Using their depth, the Falcons won the important Section 1 match-up over the Black Knights. Cedar Crest won eight individual events, and two of the three relays were on their way to earning a convincing victory.

Dylan Groff may have provided the top highlight of the day, winning the Javelin with an impressive throw that traveled 184’9”. The junior also won the Triple Jump with a top measurement of 41’3” and finished 2nd in the Long Jump with a 20’3.25”. Another leading highlight was the Tirado brothers going 1-2 in the High Jump with Leo going 6’ and Cameron clearing 5’10”. The Tirados and Groff would also join Landen Weaber in winning the 4x100m relay with a time of 44.2.

On the Track, Reed Fretz won the 110m High Hurdles (16.1) and took 2nd in the 300m IM Hurdles to teammate Jack Waranavage (43.1). Fretz was joined by Jack Williams, Charles Joffy, and Jacob Ruth to win the 4x400m in 3:34.7.

In addition to Groff in the Field, the Falcons swept the Discus, Javelin, Shot Put, and High Jump. Tristan Long won the Shot Put (48’7”), while Alex Kissinger led the way in the Discus (126’6”).

The Falcons are now 2-0 in dual meets.

Full Scoresheet


Girls: Cedar Crest 98, Hempfield 52

Cedar Crest earned a resounding 98-52 victory over Hempfield, again fueled by some outstanding performances. Eliana Schneider again showed off her range, winning three events by winning the Javelin (124’9”), Long Jump (16’5.75”), and High Jump (5’5”). Schneider also took 2nd in the 1600m with a time of 5:21. Kaddell Howard won two events, taking the 100m (12.3) and 200m (24.7).

Other winners on the Track for Crest were Makenzie Wamsher in 300m IM Hurdles (49.3) and Audrey Fugate in the 800m (2:32). Cedar Crest also won the 4x800m with the team of Maggie Chernich, Emma Pavlesich, Camilla Zimmerman, and Lizzie Lowe and the 4x400m with a team consisting of Lowe, Pavlesich, Wamsher, and Howard.

In the Field, the Falcons swept the Discus, High Jump, and Javelin. Nachali Manon Aquino was the top Discus thrower on the day with a 100’10”. Finishing 2nd in the Discus was Mikalyn Weaber, who went on to win the Shot Put with a throw measuring 25’2.5”. Ope Ojo won the Triple Jump (34’4.25”) and, according to the scoresheet, tied for 1st in the Long Jump.

Cedar Crest is now 2-0 in dual meets.

Full Scoresheet




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