STATE COLLEGE - In her first time competing within the indoor state format, Chambersburg's Marshay Ryan took first place in two events on Saturday at the PTFCA (Pennsylvania Track & Field Coaches Association) championships.

Ryan won the girls long jump at 18 feet, 7.75 inches.

Then, in the triple jump, she leaped 40-11.5 to smash the state meet record of 40-10, set in 2001 by Sheena Gordon of Erie McDowell.

The Trojan senior currently holds the No. 1 indoor triple jump distance in the nation.

Chambersburg coach Bob Walker said, "Marshay is just so able to rise to the occasion. After winning the long jump, she looked tired and said her back hurt a little bit. I didn't think she had six triple jumps in her, so I suggested she get a good one in the trials."

Also for Chambersburg, Zeb Yoder jumped 14-6 in the boys pole vault, on his first attempt, to finish second.

The Trojans' Natalie Holder finished 15th in the girls 800-meter run with a time of 2:19.15.