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PR Athletes Putting PR Track & Field on Map
|Senior Katherine Quigley (left) at WPIALs |
(Photo Courtesy: Ken Judson)
State Track & Field Championships
Athletes earned medals for Pine-Richland High School at the PIAA Track & Field Championships May 22-23 at Shippensburg University.
Senior Katherine Quigley finished third in the state in both the women’s 100 Hurdles and 300 Hurdles. Junior Joseph Kelly finished sixth in the state in the Men’s Pole Vault.
The 4x100-relay team made up of Katherine, Sydney Pellegrini, Megan Briski, Karly Krisby and alternates Cassidy Ulanowicz and Gabby Krieger also competed.
At the WPIALs, Katherine took first place in the 100 hurdles and second place in the 300 hurdles on May 14, 2015 at Baldwin High School.
Joseph took first in the pole vault at the WPIALs. PRHS earned fifth-place in the 4X100 relay and seventh in the 1,600 relay.
Other Track Updates
Donny Bryant is being featured by the Post-Gazette as Athlete of the Week for the Northern Region for making it to the WPIAL finals. Read more...
|Donald Bryant||Danielle Bryant|
In addition, Danielle Bryant is continuing her success on the track at the mere age of 11. She is earning awards regionally and nationally. Most recently, she ran in the National Indoor Race in Maryland and placed fourth in the 200 and 3rd in the 400.
Danielle is working to qualify for the USATF National Championship that will be held on the University of North Florida’s campus.
She competes locally in the Three Rivers Association Meets and in other states to prepare.
Click here for more details as she is featured in the Pine Creek Journal.