And we are postponed until Saturday. Class AAA will resume at 3 pm after AA.
We are back in a delay and the clock keeps resetting with more and more lightning flashing.
Central Tech’s Eric Mitchell wins the high jump by clearing 5 feet, 11 inches.
Hickory standout distance runner Lexi Bible wins the 1,600 with a 5:20.92, beating Mercyhurst Prep’s Taylor Pletz at 5:22.35. Bible moves on to Ship.
Warren’s Ryan Shattuck takes home the 110 hurdles with a time of 15.68 seconds to narrowly beat Slippery Rock’s Fred Urbaniak (15.71 seconds).
Jaiah Williams of East wins the girls 100 with a time of 13.01 seconds.
Cathedral Prep’s Bryce Boyd wins the 100 with a time of 11.26 seconds, edging Central Tech’s Devin Stokes (11.38).
Grove City with a strong showing in the boys discus. Boone Lyons won the event for the Eagles with a throw of 142 feet, 1 inch. Warren Marlowe was second at 138-2 but didn’t qualify.
Hickory with a big showing in the shot put. The Hornets go 1-2-3 with the top two moving on. Elena Marchand had a throw of 42 feet, 6 inches to win the event and Sophia Fustos took second with 41-9. Cailen Blaire was third at 35-9, but she was short of the qualifying standard at 37-6.
Daniel Commey of McDowell wins the long jump with a jump of 22 feet, 4 3/4 inches. He will be joined in Shippensburg by George Junior’s Ronald Pearson, who jumped 21 feet, 10 3/4 inches to take second place and reach the state qualifying standard.
Meadville’s Jordan Lynn wins the 100 hurdles with a qualifying time of 15.63 seconds. Sydney Sokol of McDowell came in second and just missed states by .18.
Fort LeBoeuf’s Abby Rose wins the javelin with a throw of 126 feet, 5 inches and is the only D-10 qualifier.
We have grey skies and a dropping temperature. Could be just a matter of time before postponed until tomorrow.
It looks like the bad weather has shifted over Lake Erie. We have another result as Franklin standout jumper Abby Jones takes home the triple jump at 34 feet, 4 inches. No other athlete qualified for the PIAA meet from the girls triple jump.
Athletes are now on the field warming up. It might be get as much in as you can before the next storm.
As of 4:53 p.m., we are still in a delay with multiple scenarios being discussed. We do have a D-10 champion as Deiontre Plott of East won the shot put title with a throw of 45 feet, 7 inches. He is the only athlete moving on in the shot put as no athlete reached the qualifying standard.
We are in a 30-minute lightning delay as of 4:19 p.m.
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–Tom Reisenweber and Mike Copper
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