The performance lists for this weekend's District 3 Track and Field Championships, which begin tomorrow at Shippensburg University, are out. You can view them here. For a schedule of events, head here. If you don't feel like clicking though the all four lists, I've run through a few of the highest-seeded local athletes below. Enjoy. GIRLS CLASS AAAMegan Lundy, Central York -- The junior took home four gold medals at the YAIAA championships last weeked, scoring individual victories in the 200 meters and 400 meters. She'll be seeded third and fourth, respectively, in those events at districts. Jamilla Janneh, New Oxford -- The Colonials junior won all three jumping events at the league meet, and while she'll have a tough time repeating that this weekend, it's not out of the realm of possibility. Janneh is seeded first in the triple and high jump, and fourth in the long jump. Margo Britton, Dallastown -- Britton dazzled at the league meet last week, and could provide an encore this weekend. She's the top seed in both the shot put (43-11.00) and discus (136-02). Aliyah Strausbaugh, Red Lion -- Only a freshman, Strausbaugh is already turning heads. She won a YAIAA championship in the 300 hurdles last week, and is seeded third in the event at districts (46.10). Sally Trout, Dallastown -- The senior is seeded second in the 100 hurdles (15.34) and sixth in the 300 hurdles (47.18). GIRLS CLASS AASarah Hunt, Fairfield -- The sophomore is in the mix in a numbers of events: She's seeded fifth in the 100 meters (13.10), fifth in the 200 (27.40) and first in the triple jump (34-08.50). Taylor Falvey, York Catholic -- The senior is a good bet to place in a pair of distance events. Falvey is seeded second in the 1,600 (5:21.32) and fourth in the 3,200 (11.52.74). In the 3,200, Falvey is seeded one spot behind Hanover's Zoie Cleary (11:35.04). Chrystal Charlesworth, Biglerville -- The Canners junior is ranked second in the 300 hurdles with a time of 49.26, just six hundreths of a second behind the first-place qualifier. Alyssa Reichart, Littlestown -- The junior, who won a district title in the high jump last year, is a contender in several events. She's tied for the top seed in the high jump (5-02) and long jump (16-04) is seeded second in the triple jump (33-10.75). Reichart could also place in the 300 hurdles, where she is seeded sixth (50.24). A pair of Delone jumpers are right behind in the long jump: Isabella Ugarte (16-03) and Cambria Wierman (16-02). Stormie Hibshman, Delone Catholic -- The junior did not throw at the league meet because of a back injury, and it's no guarantee she'll do so this weekend. But if she does, Hibshman is seeded second in the discus (119-01) and javelin (123-00), and third in the shot put (37-00.50). BOYS CLASS AAABraheem Harvey, William Penn -- The district champ in the 100 hurdles last year, Harvey hasn't yet to produce the same times so far this season -- something he chalked up partially to spotty weather. The senior is seeded third in this year's event with a time of 14.84. Andrew Langston, Dallastown -- The senior won the 100 meter dash at the YAIAA championships, and is seeded fifth at districts (11.01). South Western's Mike Felton is seeded third in the same event with a time of 10.94. Ryan Knisely, Red Lion -- A double winner at the league meet, the Lions junior is seeded fourth in the 400 meters (50.15) and third in the 200 (22.04). Tyler Lafountain, Central York -- The high jump should be up-for-grabs this year, and the Panthers sophomore has the second-best qualifying mark at districts with a height of 6-05. Semi Ibikunle, Central York -- The senior enters the weekend with a top long jump in the district so far (22-10.75). South Western's Mike Pugh is not far behind, having earned the third seed. Jarred Posey, William Penn -- The junior has one of the top triple jumps in the state, but he's not even the top seed in the district. Posey's top jump this season of 46-11.50 still lags more than three feet behind Reading's Imani Brown (50-00.50). BOYS CLASS AAChristopher Sauvageau, Delone Catholic -- The senior heads into districts ranked third in the 1,600 (4:28.93) and second in the 3,200 (10:02.24). He's also seeded seventh in the 800. His younger brother, Littlestown sophomore Xavier, is also a good bet to place in the 1,600 and 3,200. Kyle Bobo, Biglerville -- The YAIAA's top AA boys' sprinter, Bobo is seeded sixth in the 100 (11.20) and third in the 200 (22.75). Roger Hollenbaugh, Littlestown -- The junior is the top seed in the pole vault, with a top qualifying height of 13-03. Delone's Caine Morehead (13-00.00) is seeded third. Tanner Mitz, Littlestown -- The senior is the top seed in the javelin. His qualifying throw of 178-09 is more than 14 feet better than the next closest qualifier. Brian Monahan, Delone Catholic -- The senior ranks second in a pair of events: the shot put (50-04.50) and discus (158-01).

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