Parks, Chastulik named PA All-State track & field
Postseason track & field accolades for Greencastle-Antrim's Taryn Parks and Chambersburg's Kelton Chastulik keep on coming, as the two Franklin County standouts were named to Pennsylvania Track & Field Coaches Association All-State teams.
Parks, a rising sophomore, was named first team in the girls 1600 after winning the PIAA Class 3A gold medal with yet another school record-breaking time of 4:45.81.
Her medal on the track was her second PIAA gold of her stellar freshman year after winning the 2A cross country title last fall.
Chastulik was named a PA honorable mention in the boys shot put after capping off his senior season in a big way.
Chastulik claimed gold in the shot put at the District 3 championships, and a bronze medal at the PIAA championships. His throw of 59-4 granted him third just one year after not making it to the state competition in the same event.
Parks was an indoor honorable mention in the 1600, while Chastulik was named to the third-team in the indoor shot put in March.