PIAA Athletics Live Scores: Mid-Penn Boys


Dozens of Mid-Penn Conference athletes are vying for medals at the PIAA Track and Field Championships this weekend.

The two-day event takes place at Shippensburg University at Seth Grove Stadium. It started on Friday and will end on Saturday.

PennLive will update where runners, throwers and jumpers land in the peloton.

Here are the boys who could finish in the top spots.

10:10 a.m.

1600 meters AAA Timothy Roden, Central Dauphin, finished third in the 1600 meters. The junior Ram dug deep on the final lap to claim bronze with a time of 4:11.58. Gary Martin, a senior at Archbishop Wood, took first place and a state record time of 4:01.56. CJ Singleton, senior at Butler, took the silver medal with a time of 4:07.47.

11:10 a.m.

100 meters AAA – Two Mid-Penn Conference sprinters finished in the lead pack to advance to tomorrow’s final. Abraham Slooh, Milton Hershey, finished third with a time of 10.88. On his heels was Justin Cook, Harrisburg, who finished fourth. He recorded a time of 10.90.

11:20 a.m.

AAA triple jump – First-year student JJ Kelly of Chambersburg does not shrink from victory. He again broke a school record and won gold at the PIAA Men’s Championship. He holds the Chambersburg record, the District 3 record, and is No. 1 in the state. The jumpers finished in this order: Kelly, 48-1; Matthew Cusatis, junior at Hazleton Area, 47-10.25; Dayshawn Jacobs, West Chester, 47-2.

12 p.m. – The PIAA has suspended all activities reporting severe weather nearby. Participants, athletes and coaches leave the stadium.

2:00 p.m. – Events will resume after the weather delay.

2:00 p.m. – The following boys from the Mid-Penn Conference have qualified for tomorrow’s 2A 110-meter hurdles finals: Danny BrittenTrinity, senior, 15.21; Daquan McCraw, Steelton-Highspire, junior, Steelton-Highspire. And, the following 3As run on Saturday: Waters of DemarisHarrisburg, senior, 14.38; Ethan Conrad, Bishop McDevitt, senior, 15.14; and, jereme jonesChambersburg, second year, 15.04.

4:25 p.m. – Both Jake Brungardof Camp Hill, and Luke Noss, of Cumberland Valley, advance to tomorrow’s final in the 400 metres. Brungard, a senior, finished with a time of 50.09 in class 2A. And, Noss, a senior, finished with a time of 48.21 in class 3A.

4:30 p.m. Daquan McCraw, of Steelton-Highspire, finished second in the 300-metre trials on Friday. The junior finished with a time of 39.95 in 2A. Class 3A side, Waters of Demaris caught first. The senior ran it in 38.3 seconds.

4:35 p.m. – Wade Shomper, of Cumberland Valley, won the gold medal in the shot put. L’Aigle senior threw for 59-9.75.

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