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SHIPPENSBURG -- The second day of the District 3 track and field championships featured the YAIAA making several trips to the Shippensburg University medal stand.

The league won seven golds and scores of other medals on Saturday, and the league should be well represented at next week's PIAA championships.

The top five finishers in AAA and top two in AA qualified for states.

Stone double gold again: Central York's Jay Stone says he is not the same athlete as last year when he won both the Class AAA 300 and the 110 hurdles at the District 3 track and field championships.

Hanover’s Morgan Herrick clears the bar in the Class AA high jump during Day 2 of the District 3 track and field championships at Shippensburg
Hanover's Morgan Herrick clears the bar in the Class AA high jump during Day 2 of the District 3 track and field championships at Shippensburg University. (FOR THE DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS -- CHRIS KNIGHT)

His 2013 results on Saturday, however, were the same.

For the second straight year, gold is a color that suits Stone well. The junior started the day running a 37.63 to capture the 300 and later blazed a 14.68 for gold in the 110.

"Physically, I am definitely stronger. Mentally I am not the same either," Stone said. "Last year in the back of my head I wanted to win, this year I was expected to win. You try to forget about that, but it's always there. I just try to carry myself as a normal 17-year-old kid."

Stone was quick to add that his preparation hasn't changed much. He simply doesn't assume anything.

"I tell myself I am going to win," he said. "At the same time if you can't think you are going to run and win, especially in a race like the hurdles. One thing happens and it's thanks for coming. See you next year."

Technically sound as always, Stone got an early jolt in the 300 -- the first event of the day.

"I hit the first hurdle pretty good. It was a nice wake-up for me. It told me it was time to get going."

And that he did on his way to breaking his own school record.

Stone also ran the 400 dash this season to help him prepare for the 400 hurdles at the prestigious Penn Relays. He worked hard enough on the new event and finished fifth in that race at districts.

Novalin's golden shot For someone who didn't pick up a shot put until the eighth grade, William Penn's Anderson Novalin has come a long way.

South Western’s Lynne Mooradian anchors the winning Class AAA 400 relay team during Day 2 of the District 3 track and field championships at
South Western's Lynne Mooradian anchors the winning Class AAA 400 relay team during Day 2 of the District 3 track and field championships at Shippensburg University. Mooradian also won the 100-meter dash. (FOR THE DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS -- CHRIS KNIGHT)

Actually, the Bearcats junior has come a long way in the past year. A seventh-place medalist in 2012, Novalin won the Class AAA shot put competition on Saturday.

Novalin, who came to the United States from Haiti a few years ago, threw the shot 53 feet-3/4 inches in becoming the first William Penn thrower to win a gold medal at districts since 1957.

"In eighth grade a teacher told me to try it, but I didn't speak much English, so I didn't know what I was doing," he said. "This year, I really got it together. Watching video helped me a lot. It slowed me down."

One thing Novalin had to deal with this year was expectations. He came in as the top seed, something he was fully aware of.

"It is nerve-wracking knowing everybody is shooting for you," he said. "All week I had to think about it. I had to relax. The more relaxed I am, the better I do."

Novalin did have one toss that exceeded 56 feet, however he fouled on the effort, something he will work on going into next week's PIAA championships.

"I think I can do way better next week. I was pretty upset with that throw. It would have been my personal best this year," he said.

What a day for Mooradian and the Mustangs: South Western's Lynne Mooradian liked her chances in the District 3 girls' Class AAA 100 dash -- once she got off to a good start.

"About halfway through, when I realized I had one of my better starts. My starts are never really good," she said.

Saturday's start was just fine and Mooradian propelled herself to the front of the field and never looked back, capturing a gold medal with a time of 12.50.

"I went in thinking I would do what I have to do to win. It's kind of surreal," she said nonchalantly when asked about winning the event as a freshman.

Although she called her time "average" it is that calm nature that most certainly helps her perform. But Mooradian also said the drop in temperature from Friday to Saturday was a bonus.

"I run better when it's colder. I was exhausted in the heat yesterday," she said. "No one ran well today. The temperature helped me out."

One thing that had Mooradian really excited was the performance of the Mustangs' 400 relay team, which entered as the eighth seed and ran a 48.54 and won the district championship. It was something Mooradian said she knew her team could do.

Kristen Garland got things started; Makenzie Wall was next, followed by Amore' Coleman. The trio took the lead and Mooradian brought the win home.

"I knew if she beat them in the 100, she would do it again at the end," Coleman said of Mooradian.

"We hadn't broke 50 (seconds) all year. We are just as amazed as (anybody)," Wall said.

Wall and Coleman are juniors and while Garland is a senior, she hadn't run track until this season. She was a soccer player until the sport moved to the fall this school year.

"It's very exciting. I just can't stop smiling," she said.

Mooradian also won a silver medal in the 200 dash in 25.49.

Listening pays off for Wilt: Brady Wilt believes in listening to advice, especially when it comes from someone like his father, who told him that Saturday's AA 1,600 run could be the last event of his season, so relax and enjoy it.

The Biglerville sophomore made the most of the run and because of it, there will be more to his season at next weekend's PIAA meet after he won a gold medal on Saturday with a time of 4:28.86.

It was the perfect follow-up to a slightly disappointing third place finish in the 3,200, one spot away from qualifying for states. Wilt said that a cool day, ideal for distance running, helped.

"I didn't relax in the 3,200, I run better when relaxed," Wilt said. "This (weather) is perfect. I can't ask for much better."

Relaxed and at ease, the sophomore's performance showed it and once he took the lead, that was that.

"I wanted to be in top two for most of the race," he said. "I wanted to take the lead into the second lap. Going into third lap I heard coach yelling from behind the fence, 'Got to go Brady.'

Keller strikes emotional gold: Even with a shiny gold medal around her neck, Elana Keller couldn't hold back her emotions.

The Bermudian Springs senior recalled her disappointment from last season's district meet when she was leading her 100 hurdles semifinal but hit the final hurdle and fell to the ground.

On Saturday, Keller ran a 16.35 to win the AA girls 100 hurdles, although she admitted to having a flashback as her race was concluding, but pushed it from her mind.

"When I was going over the last hurdle, I didn't want to think about it," she said. "This year, I came in and worked and worked. I have to give credit to my coach. I can't explain how I feel right now."

A good preliminary day on Friday helped as well.

"The whole year we worked on the mental. I have what I need physically. It's 80 percent with me is mental," Keller said. "(Friday) I won both heats and hit two (personal records). It was a confidence booster."

Other YAIAA girls medals: South Western's Erin Harman won bronze in both the AAA pole vault and triple jump. ... Spring Grove's Brynn Warrington tied for fifth in the AAA pole vault. ... Hanover's Morgan Herrick scored a bronze in the AA high jump and was sixth in the 300 hurdles. ... Red Lion's Amanda Myers was sixth in the AAA javelin. ... Delone Catholic was sixth AA 400 relay. ... William Penn placed third in the AAA 400 relay, Susquehannock was eighth. ... Isabella Ugarte of Delone was third in the AA long jump and fifth in the 200 dash. ... Susquehannock's Alesha Herman was third in the AAA 200 and sixth in the 100. ... Rachel Crane from Bermudian Springs nabbed a fourth in both the AA 800 and 1,600. ... Kelly Quealy was fourth in the 300 hurdles and eighth in the AA 400. ... Kate Mowrey of Delone was eighth in the AA 1,600. ... Rebecca Silver of Hanover was fourth and Delone's Paige Becker was eighth in the AA shot put. ... Maddie Comly from Delone got fifth in the AA 100 hurdles. ... Gettysburg's Arianna Camel and South Western's Steph Shaw were fifth and sixth respectively in the AAA 100 hurdles. ... Sarah Hunt of Fairfield won a silver in the AA long jump, and was eighth in the 100. ... Delone teammates Mary Gingrow and Allie Mondorff placed second and seventh, respectively, in the AA javelin. ... TT Purnell of Dallastown was seventh in the AAA 300 hurdles. ... Hanover finished seventh in the AA 1,600 relay.

Other YAIAA boys medals: Tyler Hewitt of Fairfield was fourth in the AA discus. ... Fairfield's Devin Wilt was fifth in the AA 800 run. ... York County Tech got an eighth-place finish from Cody Lehr in the 400. ... Littlestown's Xavier Sauvageau was fourth in the AAA 1,600. ... Ben Gates of Dallastown took sixth in the AAA discus. ... Biglerville's Oakley Fissel was fourth in the AA 100. ... Phil Herndon of Kennard-Dale was fourth in the 100 in AAA. ... Fairfield's 3,200 relay team was sixth in AA. ... In AAA, the Red Lion 3,200 relay won a bronze. ... Danny Stoner of Biglerville notched a fourth and Fairfield's Dan Warner was eighth in the AA pole vault. ... Delone's Taylor Conrad was fourth in the AA 300 hurdles.

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District 3 Track & Field Championships
Saturday's Boys Results
at Shippensburg
Class AAA
Finals
   300 hurdles -- 1. Jay Stone, CY, 37.63; 2. Kellen Williams, Ch; 3. Justin Maloney, Wil; 4. Dashawn Jackson, Har; 5. James McKeith, TV; 6. Mitchell Weaver, CCr; 7. Terrell Sloan, MH; 8. Zac Patton, CD; 14. Khalif Spivey, Get; 19. Andrew Menges, RL; 21. Alex Taylor, YCT. 3,200 relay -- 1. Cumberland Valley, 7:48.52; 2. Carlisle; 3. Red Lion; 4. Governor Mifflin; 5. Central Dauphin; 6. Hershey; 7. Manheim Central; 8. J.P. McCaskey; 10. Littlestown; 12. York County Tech; 13. Central York. 100 -- 1. Xavier Smith, DB, 10.96; 2. Jimmy Brooks, Wil; 3. Jaylen Kent, Har; 4. Phil Herndon, KD; 5. Nigel Hill, TV; 6. Joe Vedilago, NL; 7. Ethan Schmalhofer, ConV; 8. Tory Long, Hemp. 110 hurdles -- 1. Jay Stone, CY, 14.68; 2. Ibn Short, MH; 3. Chance Post, ConV; 4. Malik Parsons, GS; 5. Devon Santos, Hemp; 6. Terrell Sloan, MH; 7. Reilin Mejia, JPM; 8. Dashawn Jackson, Har. 1,600 -- 1. Vinny Todaro, BiS, 4:13.47; 2. Harrison Schettler, PM; 3. Jeff Groh, LD; 4. Xavier Sauvageau, Lt; 5. Ben Mueller, War; 6. Cole Nissley, LD; 7. Adam Lauer, RLa; 8. James Martin, GS; 12. Josh Pardoe, RL; 15. Ethan Gatchell, RL. 400 -- 1. Jimmy Brooks, Wil, 47.94; 2. Joe Vedilago, NL; 3. Peter Hughley, JB; 4. Lindell Robinson-Swinson, MH; 5. Jay Stone, CY; 6. Jesse Poore, Wil; 7. Elias Bogale, ConV; 8. Cody Lehr, YCT; 12. Chandler Draughn, YS; 14. Logan Bowman, SW; 18. Brady Altland, Dt. 400 relay -- 1. Harrisburg, 42.41; 2. Carlisle; 3. Milton Hershey; 4. Cedar Crest; 5. Cumberland Valley; 6. Wilson; 7. Greencastle-Antrim; 8. Reading. 800 -- 1. Alec Kunzweiler, CumV, 1:51.68 (new district 3 record, previous record: 2008, Tom Troxell, 1:52.61); 2. Matthew Sankey, DB; 3. Zach Brehm, Car; 4. Alex Coburn, CumV; 5. Jake Brodeur, Her; 6. Ryan Wolfe, Mech; 7. Travis Wells, PM; 8. Jon Carroll; 11. Brook Wilson, CY; 15. Nathaniel Pardoe, RL; 17. Ethan Gatchell, RL; 18. Caleb Gatchell, RL; 19. Tyler Weikert, Get. 200 -- 1. Xavier Smith, DB, 22.36; 2. Jimmy Brooks, Wil; 3. Lindell Robinson-Swinson, MH; 4. Joe Vedilago, NL; 5. Ethan Schmalhofer, ConV; 6. Nathan Bailey, CumV; 7. Nigel Hll, TV. 1,600 relay -- 1. Wilson, 3:21.77; 2. Milton Hershey; 3. Central Dauphin; 4. ELCO; 5. Cumberland Valley; 6. Daniel Boone; 7. CD East; 8. Manheim Central; 16. Red Lion. High jump -- 1. Tyree Ballenger, JPM, 6-6; 2. Ibn Short, MH; 3. Shea Evans, Coc; 4. Max Mahan, GS; 4. Taylor Kirkpatrick, GA; 6. Atrell Winstead, CDE; 7. Julian Gerhart, DB; 8. Jonny Adgers, Way. Long jump -- 1. Ibn Short, MH, 22-1 1/2; 2. Tyree Ballenger, JPM; 3. Jesse Poore, Wil; 4. Kenny Worthinghton, DB; 5. Austin Haas, GS; 6. Adrian Viruet, PM; 7. Rafael Mateo, LC; 8. Kyrelle Quinn CDE; 15. Wit Norrie, RL. Shot put -- 1. Anderson Novalin, WP, 53-0 3/4; 2. Morgan Shigo, FW; 3. Zac Collins, CCl; 4. Tanner Unger, Hemp; 5. Tyler Hoag, MC; 6. Andrew Paterno, Way; 7. Greg Zelinske, GM; 8. Alex Wilson, GS; 16. Erik Rameriz, CY. Discus -- 1. Tanner Unger, Hemp, 159-6; 2. Morgan Shigo, FW; 3. Darian Weidenhammer, Wil; 4. David Lucas, War; 5. Marcus Disbrow, NL; 6. Ben Gates, Dt; 7. Austin Brinser, Et; 8. Austin Hart, MC; 9. Ben Creggar, SG; 10. Anderson Novalin, WP.
  
Team Scores -- 1. Wilson, 61 points; 2. Milton Hershey 56; 3. Carlisle 46; 4. Daniel Boone 38; 5. Cumberland Valley 36; 7. Central York 24.
Class AA
Finals
   300 hurdles -- 1. Yusef Awan, Wyo, 40.38; 2. Max Whitehead-Zimmers, Sus; 3. Gabe Schroff, GW; 4. Taylor Conrad, DC; 5. Owen Chastka, Wyo; 6. Andrew Wert, Wyo; 7. Reese Salen, SV; 8. Andrew Jocham, AC. 3,200 relay -- 1. Annville-Cleona, 7:53.67 (new District 3 record, previous record: 2010, Trinity, 7:57.02); 2. Trinity; 3. Wyomissing; 4. Bioling Springs; 5. Schuylkill Valley; 6. Fairfield; 7. Bishop McDevitt; 8. Millersburg. 100 -- 1. Tyronne Gibson, BM, 11.16; 2. James Warren, SH; 3. Brandon Kuntz, Trin; 4. Oakley Fissel, Big; 5. Dwayne Blanding, SH; 6. Eryk Cerankowski, SV; 7. Dylan Brugger, Tulp; 8. Marcus Gray, BM. 110 hurdles -- 1. Jared Horne, SV, 15.17; 2. Ryan Herr, Trin; 3. Olvier Robins, LM; 4. Yusef Awan, Wyo; 5. Chad Meko, Mburg; 6. Gabe Schroff, GW; 7. Anfernee Brice, CL; 8. Connor Murphy, BoS. 1,600 -- 1. Brady Wilt, Big, 4:28.86; 2. Jonathan Goodson, BoS; 3. Glen Heck, SV; 4. Jared Nisly, LM; 5. Kyle Shin, Wyo; 6. Cooper Leslie, CH; 7. Sean Manning, BoS; 8. Chris Giordano, Trin; 12. Nick Poole, DC. 400 -- 1. Ben Mason, AC, 48.98; 2. David Bricker, Trin; 3. Matt Janton, Trin; 4. Matt Bernick, Trin; 5. Eric Bowman, AC; 6. Dakota Sausser, SV; 7. Scott Kerstetter, GW; 8. T.J. Underwood, LM; 15. Scott Cooper, Big. 400 relay -- 1. Trinity, 42.90; 2. Bishop McDevitt; 3. Steelton-Highspire; 4. Schuylkill Valley; 5. Camp Hill; 6. Berks Catholic; 7. Boiling Springs; 8. Millersburg. 800 -- 1. Shawn Wolfe, AC, 1:54.39 (new district 3 record, previous record: 2004, Adam Smith, 1:54.73); 2. Andrew Miller, Wyo; 3. Jonathan Goodson, BoS; 4. William Edwards, Trin; 5. Devin Wilt, FF; 6. Cj Sturges, LM; 7. Mark Bachman, AC; 8. Paul Markovits, LM; 12. Devin Barlow, FF. 200 -- 1. David Bricker, Trin, 22.83; 2. Tyronne Gibson, BM; 3. Peter Sayde, Wyo; 4. T.J. Underwood, LM; 5. Danny Jackson, Trin; 6. Alex Gallaher, CH; 7. Dakota Sausser, SV. 1,600 relay -- 1. Trinity, 3:22.87; 2. Annville-Cleona; 3. Wyomissing; 4. Greenwood; 5. Lancaster Mennonite; 6. Schuylkill Valley; 7. Boiling Springs; 8. Oley Valley; 10. Delone Catholic. Pole vault -- 1. Jonathan Ernst, BoS, 13-0; 2. Isaac Robins, LM; 3. Alex Kruger, Susq; 4. Danny Stoner, Big; 12. Phil Corle, AC; 6. Hunter Wirth, GW; 6. Michael Tawardos, CH; 8. Dan Warner, FF. Triple jump -- 1. Jared Horne, SV, 43-7 1/2; 2. Gregory Johnson, SV; 3. Brandon Stanback, BM; 4. Danny Jackson, Trin; 5. Meshack Mwangi, BM; 6. Edward Moore, Col; 7. Marshall Durham, CH; 8. Steve Yameago. Discus -- 1. Evan Arnott, SV, 182-4 (new district 3 record, previous record: 1960, Gene McCleary, 174-7 1/2); 2. Tyler Caster, SV; 3. Jeriko Reyes, Wyo; 4. Tyler Hewitt, FF; 5. Vanyel Leytham-Peterson, Col; 6. Dillon Meehan, GW; 7. Jason Coon, SV; 8. Madison Crum-Burger, UD.
  
   Team scores: 1. Schuylkill Valley, 124 points; 2. Trinity 102; 3. Wyomissing 81; 4. Bishop McDevitt 59; 5. Annville-Cleona 53.50; 8. Biglerville 27; 11. Fairfield 21.
  
Saturday's Girls Results
at Shippensburg
Class AAA
Finals
   300 hurdles -- 1. Mary Witmer, Eph, 42.11 (new District 3 record, previous record: 2008, Alysha Cook, Har, 43.53); 2. Rachael DeCecco, CumV; 3. Hannah Williams, GS; 4. Elle Wallace, LD; 5. Hollister Rolls, Way; 6. Britta Beleski, CD; 7. Tatianna Purnell, Dt; 8. Asaana Brunner, CDE; 10. Cassidy Barshinger, RL; 12. Erin Stephan, Get; 19. Lauren Shrader, YS. 3,200 relay -- 1. Palmyra, 9:13.65 (new District 3 record, previous record: 2005, Cumberland Valley, 9:18.68); 2. Hershey; 3. Chambersburg; 4. Governor Mifflin; 5. Cumberland Valley; 6. Hempfield; 7. Wilson; 8. Greencastle-Antrim; 13. Dover; 14. Red Lion. 100 -- 1. Lynne Mooradian, SW, 12.50; 2. Jasmine Mitchell, MH; 3. Nesta Petit ton, GS; 4. Danielle Bland, Hemp; 5. Siani Hinton, MH; 6. Alesha Herman, Sus; 7. Christina Johnson, ST; 8. Heather Wanner, FW. 100 hurdles -- 1. Sierra Brabham-Lawrence, Har, 15.00; 2. Elle Wallace, LD; 3. Rachael DeCecco, CumV; 4. Hannah Williams, GS; 5. Arianna Camel, Get; 6. Steph Shaw, SW; 7. Kayla Lawson, ST; 8. Mary Witmer, Eph. 1,600 -- 1. Greta Lindsley, PM, 4:56.41; 2. Tessa Mundell, GM; 3. Mady Clahane, CumV; 4. McCall Ledgett, Car; 5. Joslin Sellers, LS; 6. Danae Peters, MC; 7. Karlie Heistand, Ham; 8. Natalie Holder, Cham; 12. Olivia Gettle, YS; 14. Maddie Ferner, KD. 400 -- 1. Skylar Dantzler, Wil, 56.97; 2. Kaitlin Gould, CCl; 3. Meredith Newman, MT; 4. Karlee Farr, Don; 5. Nikki Garns, GA; 6. Gina Lytz, BC; 7. Nijah Ukpong, Wil; 8. Nicole Boldosser, CCl; 12. Jordan Nittinger, CY. 400 relay -- 1. South Western, 48.54; 2. Milton Hershey; 3. William Penn; 4. Susquehanna Township; 5. Hempfield; 6. Cedar Cliff; 7. Central Dauphin; 8. Susquehannock; 10. Gettysburg. 800 -- 1. Libby Nolan, Her, 2:12.52 (New district 3 record, previous record: 2012, Ganne Way, 2:13.26); 2. Meredith Newman, MT; 3. Laura Barnes, CumV; 4. Joslin Sellers, LS; 5. Katie Dembrowski, Pal; 6. Mady Clahane, CumV; 7. Marissa Gingrich, Coc; 8. Rachel Mueller, War. 200 -- 1. Skylar Dantzler, Wil, 25.22; 2. Lynne Mooradian, SW; 3. Alesha Herman, Sus; 4. Kelly Liebl, Eph; 5. Siani Hinton, MH; 6. Katie Gable, CCr; 7. Aliya Daniels, Har; 8. Kaitlin Gould, CCl. 1,600 relay -- 1. Cedar Cliff, 3:56.99; 2. Central Dauphin; 3. Wilson; 4. Palmyra; 5. Ephrata; 6. Chambersburg; 7. Hershey; 8. Lower Dauphin; 14. Gettysburg. Pole vault -- 1. Kennedy Shank, Northern, 12-0; 2. Erin Winters, Leb; 3. Erin Harman, SW; 4. Kaitlin Gould, CCl; 5. Danielle Poletti, Hemp; 5. Brynn Warrington, SG; 7. Kali Hepner, Ham; 8. Jeannie Showers, Leb. Triple jump -- 1. Marshay Ryan, Cham, 40-9 3/4 (new district 3 record, previous record: 2010, Ashley Corum, 40-00 1/2); 2. Rose Roesler, Car; 3. Erin Harman, SW; 4. Skylar Dantzler, Wil; 5. Claire Davis, Hemp; 6. Sarah Kosenske, CumV; 7. Katy Alberici, ST; 8. Eyitope Salako, Wil; 9. Payton Hauck, NE; 11. Arianna Camel, Get; 13. Jasmine Berry, WP. Javelin -- 1. Steph Sievers, DB, 131-3; 2. Tiffany Heisey, Et; 3. Maddy George, GS; 4. Crystal Hartman, Eph; 5. Jackie Downey, EP; 6. Amanda Myers, RL; 7. Jocelen Ruth, Kutz; 8. Dhayana Santos, ST; 10. Lillian Cook, Dt; 17. Madison Reichard, NE.
  
Team Scores: 1. Wilson, 57 points; 2. South Western, 55; 3. Cumberland Valley 52; 4. Chambersburg 38; 5. Ephrata 31.
  
Class AA
Finals
   300 hurdles -- 1. Kayla Kelley, Mburg, 47.45; 2. Carly Shuttlesworth, Wyo; 3. Claire Burkert, SV; 4. Kelly Quealy, FF, 5. Cheyenne Johnson, BM; 6. Morgan Herrick, Han; 7. Hadassah Colbert, LM; 8. Anna Osman, UD; 13. Hannah Lawrence, DC; 14. Sarah Lingg, FF; 15. Sydney Trimmer, Big. 3,200 relay -- 1. Camp Hill, 9:35.59; 2. Wyomissing; 3. Trinity; 4. Boiling Springs; 5. Millersburg; 6. Oley Valley; 7. Lancaster Mennonite; 8. Greenwood; 10. Delone Catholic. 100 -- 1.Rachel Pitman, BM, 12.98; 2. Lindsey Kreider, LM; 3. Colleen Troutman, UD; 4. Marisa Weaver, BoS; 5. Aliyah Graves, Trin; 6. Keisha Bautista, SV; 7. Kalina Jenkins, HC; 8. Sarah Hunt, FF. 100 hurdles -- 1. Elana Keller, BeS, 16.35; 2. Kayla Kelley, Mburg; 3. Lindsey Kreider, LM; 4. Claire Burkert, SV; 5. Maddie Comly, DC; 6. Meghan Hoffman, Mburg; 7. Macela Campbell, HC; 8. Nicole Snyder, OV. 1,600 -- 1. Devi Jagadesan, Wyo, 5:12.54; 2. Leanna Weaver, BoS; 3. Sara Miller, BM; 4. Rachel Crane, BeS, 5. Tina Bowers, Wyo; 6. Amanda Kusztos, Trin; 7. Emily D'Amico, Trin; 8. Kate Mowrey, DC; 13. Zoie Cleary, Han. 400 -- 1. Shannon Quinn, Trin, 57.00; 2. Nicole Leonzo, HC; 3. Aliyah Graves, Trin; 4. Hannah Durbin, Trin; 5. Colleen Troutman, UD; 6. Hattie Kuhns, GW; 7. Jessica Hoffman, UD; 8. Kelly Quealy, FF; 10. Lynne Eisenberg. 400 relay -- 1. Bishop McDevitt, 50.37; 2. Schuylkill Valley; 3. Wyomissing; 4. Boiling Springs; 5. Tulpehocken; 6. Delone Catholic; 7. Trinity; 8. Annville-Cleona; 11. Biglerville. 800 -- 1. Shannon Quinn, Trin, 2:14.73 (new District 3 record; previous record: 1984, Gena Korrell, 2:17.00); 2. Zoe Matherne, CH; 3. Jessica Thies, SV; 4. Rachel Crane, BeS; 5. Taylor Miller, Mburg; 6. Alyscia Smith, GW; 7. Erika Echtermach, LCh; 8. Devi Jagadesan, Wyo; 10. Kelly Quealy, FF. 200 -- 1. Rachel Pitman, BM, 26.27; 2. Nicole Leonzo, HC; 3. Lindsey Kreider, LM; 4. Aliyah Graves, Trin; 5. Isabella Ugarte, DC; 6. Erin Groft, LM; 7. Ella Myers, HC; 8. Thalia Williamson, OV. 1,600 relay -- 1. Trinity, 4:00.03 (new district 3 record, previous record: 2006, Milton Hershey, 4:01.60); 2. Wyomissing; 3. Greenwood; 4. Boiling Spring; 5. Camp Hill; 6. Harrisburg Christian; 7. Hanover; 8. Schuylkill Valley. High jump -- 1. Alex Siebecker, AC, 5-0; 2. Jen Campbell, GW; 2. Morgan Herrick, Han; 4. Shannon Donnelly, BoS; 5. Sidni Peiffer, AC; 6. Jasmine Halderman, Col; 7. Caroline McMahon, Wyo' 8. Tesia Kempski, BM; 9. Melony Frock, Lt; 9. Abigail Hoffman, BeS. Long jump -- 1. Carly Shuttlesworth, Wyo, 17-5 1/2; 2. Sarah Hunt, FF; 3. Isabella Ugarte, DC; 4. Cambria Wierman, DC; 5. Kameko Webb, BM; 6. Rachel Pitman, BM; 7. Erin Zeiders, GW; 8. Erika Miller, SV; 10. Elana Keller, BeS. Shot put -- 1. Avree Wright, AC, 37-1 1/4; 2. Emily Fisher, GW; 3. Sarah Kane, OV; 4. Rebecca Silver, Han; 5. Charlotte Winns, SV; 6. Melissa Leandri, Trin; 7. Brooke Taylor, CH; 8. Paige Becker, DC. Javelin -- 1. Anna Bailey, BM, 137-5 (new district 3 record, previous record: 2010, Rachel Kotula, BeS, 132-2); 2. Mary Gingrow, DC; 3. Alyssa Patches, AC; 4. Kelly Yeingst, BoS; 5. Charlotte Winns, SV; 6. Sierra Stephens, GW; 7. Allie Mondorff, DC; 8. Caroline McMahon, Wyo; 10. Meagan Smith, Lt; 13. Alicia Mosebrook, Lt.
  
   Team scores: 1. Trinity, 87; 2. Bishop McDevitt, 80; 3. Wyomissing, 75; 4. Boiling Spring, 54; 5. Schuylkill Valley, 50; 7. Delone Catholic, 43.