Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Wednesday, December 09, 2009
Saturday, December 05, 2009
A link on the left side will show you the Masters race (Mike Coughlin) and the Senior Men's race (Steve Eles).
Friday, November 27, 2009
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Track North's Tallman and Villanova Wildcats Crowned NCAA Champions
Terre Haute, Indiana, Monday, November 23rd, 2009Sudbury Track North Athletics Club's Kaitlyn Tallman, a senior at Villanova University, captured the team gold medal today at the NCAA Division I Women's Cross-Country Running Championships in Terre Haute, Indiana.Tallman, from Mindemoya, along with her teammates scored 86 points (low score wins), beating 2nd place Florida State by a 47 point margin. The University of Washington, who were ranked 1st all year, finished 3rd, 100 points behind Villanova.Tallman commented shortly after her race, "It's an unbelievable feeling. It's still sinking in. We are all so excited and we can't stop crying because we worked so hard all year to put ourselves in a position to win and we did it. Personally, I didn't have my best race but at the end of the day its a team sport and I'm so proud of the girls on this team."Tallman finished 84th in a field of 255 of the highest caliber runners in the NCAA.Tallman's Track North coach, Darren Jermyn, commented: "What an amazing day for Kaitlyn and the entire Track North community. We cannot be any happier for her and her teammates at this moment. She has gone through so much over the past several years, from being an OFSAA gold medallist to really struggling to stay injury free and running to her full potential. The coaching staff at Villanova have done an outstanding job developing Kaitlyn into a national level runner and we are excited to see what she does next. Seeing her holding the championship trophy on national television after the race will be with me for years to come."
Monday, November 16, 2009
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Running over a muddy, rain soaked course, Tallman covered the 6 kilometer race in an incredible time of 20:57, placing 9th in a field of 190 runners. Tallman's Villanova team was definitely the class of the field, placing first by over 50 points in the NCAA's deepest region. Villanova easily beat nationally ranked Princeton and West Virginia.,
For the second year in a row, Tallman earned All-Mid-Atlantic Region honours and along with her teammates will compete in the NCAA Division I National Championships on November 23rd in Terre Haute, Indiana.
Friday, November 13, 2009
Senior Boys (7336m)
7th, Ross Proudfoot, Lo-Ellen, 24:08
68th, Jeremy Cooper, Manitoulin, 26:14
91st, Joe Burke, Espanola, 26:49
35th, Katie Wismer, Lockerby, 21:40
56th, Caroline Ehrhardt, Espanola, 22:11
59th, Alannah MacLean, Lo-Ellen, 22:17
Monday, October 26, 2009
7, Zack Caverson, Lockerby 23:54.18
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Tuesday, October 06, 2009
Friday, September 25, 2009
Kaitlyn covered the 3 mile (4.8km) race in an incredible time of 16:15.52, just placing ahead of teammate Bogdana Mimic.
Villanova runners swept the top 5 places in a field of 85 athletes.
Kaitlyn's team is currently ranked 5th in NCAA Division I (the highest level in the US)
Friday, September 04, 2009
The 33rd annual Ramsey Tour 5k/Half Marathon will be held next weekend - Sunday September 13th at 10:00 (note the time change..10:00 AM, not 10:30 AM).
Proceeds from the this race will assist the Laurentian Women's XC/Track team by providing them with bursaries and scholarships. As you know, many of these athletes also compete for Track North.
If you're not racing, we can use your help as officials - in particular, finish line officials and race marshalls. The time commitment would be from about 9:00 AM to about 12:30. As always, you'll receive a free lunch afterwards.
If you can help, please let me know as soon as you can!
She plays again tomorrow and then in the final against the USA on Sunday.
"Eric Roque, KR (5-4 155, Sudbury, Ont. - Collège Notre-Dame)
Eric is a dynamic player with blazing speed. He is a former Canadian National Junior sprint finalist. He will be exciting to watch and reminds the coaching staff of our very own pinball."
("Pinball" refers to Pinball Clemens one of the all-time great CFL players.
For those of you who know who Pinball Clemens is, you might appreciate the fact that the Waterloo Offensive Coordinator is Joe Paopao - one of the all-time great CFL quarterbacks and former CFL coach.
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
Devon placed first in his age category and 2nd overall, with a time of 33:05.
Chandra placed 41st overall, and 1st in her category with a time of 46:22.
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Monday, August 03, 2009
Thursday, July 30, 2009
Track North Athletic Club's Ross Proudfoot (Lively), 17, won gold in both the 800m and 1500m events at the Athletics Ontario Bantam, Midget and Youth Championships held this past weekend in Timmins.Competing against the top 17 and under athletes in the province, Proudfoot, first struck gold in the 800m event with a finishing time of 1 minute 58.03 seconds. This race saw Proudfoot outkick a large field of athletes over the final 200m as eight runners broke the two minute barrier in this closely contested race.Proudfoot also captured gold in the 1500m event. Leading wire to wire, Proudfoot charged home to a new personal best of 3 minutes 58.16 seconds.Proudfoot also anchored Track North's silver medal winning 4 X 800m relay team which also included Sebastian Diebel (Nairn), Joe Burke (Espanola) and Jeremy Cooper (Manitowaning). In a deep ten team field, the Track North squad placed just a half a second behind the winning team from Mississauga.Proudfoot commented: "It was a great weekend of racing. The 800m and 4 X 800m relay were really exciting with deep, crowded fields. I was surprised how good I felt in the 1500m race, particularly leading start to finish they way I did. I'm excited to race it again in two weeks in Sherbrooke at the National Youth Championships"Coach Darren Jermyn notes: "Ross has been working really hard this whole summer and its great to see it pay off for him this weekend. He was sick at OFSAA and couldn't compete at the level he normally does but his performances last weekend at the National Junior Championships in PEI (12th in the 1500m) and this weekend show that he is one of the top 17 year-old distance runners in the country".Other finishes for Track North athletes included:Youth GirlsAlannah Maclean - 800m - 4th - 2:26.10 and 400m - 7th - 59.81Grace Thomson - 300m Hurdles - 7th - 49.52Kerissas Blacklock - 100m Hurdles 9th - 17.12, 200m, 22, 28.46Midget BoysZack Caverson - 800m - 8th - 2:13.07; 1500m - 9th - 4:38.57Youth BoysRoss Proudfoot, 800m, 1st, 1:58.03, and 1500m, 1st, 3:58.16Joe Burke - 800m - 7th - 1:59.68 and 1500m, 11th, 4:14.97Sebastian Diebel - 800m - 10th - 2:02.09 and 1500m, 22, 4:28.69Jeremy Cooper, 1500, 18th, 4:22.37 and 3000m, 12, 9:49.65
Monday, July 20, 2009
Track North's Ehrhardt Crowned Canadian Junior ChampionCharlottetown, PEITrack North's Caroline Ehrhardt (Espanola, ON) won gold in the women's triple jump event at the Canadian Junior Track and Field Championships held this past weekend in Charlottetown, PEI.Ehrhardt, only 17, set a new personal best of 12.81metres to claim the gold against competitors aged 19 and under.She also earned a silver medal in the women's long jump competition with a performance of 5.98 metres.Other Track North results from the championships included:Chantry Cargill (Sudbury), placed 9th in the men's 5000m race with a time of 15:49.82Eric Roque (Sudbury) placed 12th in the men's 100m. Roque set a new personal best of 10.90 in his heat and ran 11.03 in his semi-final.Ross Proudfoot (Sudbury) placed 12th in the men's 1500m final with a time of 4:03.99. Proudfoot , also only 17 years of age, ran 4:00.70 in his heat to qualify for the final.Emma Tallman (Mindemoya) placed 16th in the women's 800m with time of 2:17.66 in her semi-final and 2:18.03 in the "B" final.Upcoming competitions for Track North athletes include the Provincial Championships for Youth (17 and under) being held in Timmins on July 25th & 26th and the National Youth Championships being held in Sherbrooke, August 8th and 9th.
Thursday, July 16, 2009
Two members of Sudbury's Track North Athletic Club have been selected to compete for the Ontario team at the Canada Summer Games to be held in PEI in August.
Ben Charbonneau threw a personal best 62.09 to win a bronze medal and qualify for the team.
Also selected was Caroline Ehrhardt, based on her performance at the World Youth Championships in Italy. She will compete in the triple and long jumps.
Other Track North performances included:
400m, 5th, 48.81 (heat, 48.82)
200m, 27th, 22.90 (Wind +1.8)
800m, 12th, 2:17.57
1500m, 14th, 4:52.23
Eric Roque, AKA Snax
100m, 21st, 11.18 (Wind +1.2)
200m, 28th, 22.98 (Wind 0.0)
1500m, 19th, 4:04.79
5000m, 11th, 16:47.73
Youth Category (Under 18)
Joe Burke - Youth
800m, 1st, 1:59.65
400m, 5th, 52.76
Kerissa Blacklock Youth
100H, 4th, 15.72 (PB)
200m, 16, 28.11
Thursday, July 09, 2009
Unfortunatey, Caroline's best jump of 12.48m was not good enough to qualify for the final on Friday (top 12 in qualification move onto the final). Caroline will place 16th overall out of field of 35 of the best triple jumpers aged 17 and under in the world.
Next up for Caroline is the Canadian Junior Championships, being held from July 17th to 19th in Charlottetown, PEI. Caroline will compete in both the triple jump and long jump.
Caroline will be competing in her speciality, the triple jump, starting with the qualification round commencing at 5:40pm (Sudtirol time) on Wednesday. The top 12 jumpers from the qualifying round will move onto the final, being contested on Friday, July 10th at 4:40pm.Results can be found here: http://www.iaaf.org/wyc09/results/eventCode=4141/racedate=07-08-2009/bydate.htmlCaroline recently set a new Canadian Interscholastic Record Holder on route to winning gold at the OFSAA championships in June with a jump of 12.76m. Two weeks ago, she won a silver medal at the Canadian Senior Championships, placing behind Olympian, Tabia Charles.
Friday, July 03, 2009
Ehrhardt Wins Silver at National Seniors
Three Track North Athletes competed at the Canadian Senior Track and Field Championships in Toronto this weekend. They returned with four top-12 finishes and a silver medal.Track North's Caroline Ehrhardt won silver in the triple jump with a leap of 12.45 metres. Competing in rainy conditions, Ehrhardt advanced from third to second place on her final jump of the competition. Ehrhardt, a 17-year old student who attends Espanola High School, also placed 10th in the long jump with a 5.76 meter jump.Ben Charbonneau of Track North overcame a strained hip muscle to place 6th in the javelin with a throw of 58.52 metres.
André Pelland of Track North missed the finals of the 400m by only 1/10 of a second, eventually finishing 12th with a time of 49.51. He also placed 18th in the 200m with a time of 22.47.
Friday, June 19, 2009
Thursday, June 18, 2009
Junior Women Long Jump
Caroline Ehrhardt - Gold!! - 6.09m!!! PB!! But unfortunately an illegal wind of +2.6m/s - if the wind was legal (2.0 or less) this peformance would have qualified Caroline for the World Youth Championships (she's already qualified for TJ!)
Junior Women's Triple Jump
Caroline Ehrhardt - Gold!! - 12.54m
Junior Women's 800m
Emma Tallman - 16th - 2:17.13 - PB! and qualifies for National Juniors via Top 3!!
Junior Women's 1500m
Emma Tallman - 5:00.33 - 21st
Junior Men's 800m
Sebastian Diebel - 26th - 2:00.24 PB!!! (Seb is still Youth age)
Chantry Cargill - - 38th - 2:03.95 PB!!
Junior Men's 5000m
Chantry Cargill - BRONZE!!! - 15:53.88 PB!!!
Senior Men's 400m
Senior Men's 200m
Monday, June 08, 2009
OFSAA - University of Toronto Varsity StadiumJune 4-6Double Gold + Canadian Interscholastic Record for Caroline Ehrhardt!!Caroline Ehrhardt jumped her way into Canadian history on the weekend. Her gold medal winning performance in the Senior Girls Triple Jump competition of 12.76m beat the previous Canadian Interscholastic Record by an incredible 40 cm!No high schooler in Canada has ever jumped that far in a high school competition......EVER!!! Wow!!Caroline also won the Senior Girls Long Jump with a leap of 5.69m!She also came 12th in the 200m with a new personal best time of 25.82 seconds.Track North also had several other Top 10 performances including:Kerissa Blacklock - Juniors Girls 80m hurdles - 7th - 12.42 seconds (PB!)Allanah MacLean - Junior Girls 400m - 7th - 59.76 - qualifies for National Juniors and National Youth! (PB!)Jeremy Cooper - Junior Boys 3000m - 8th - 9:09.28Eric Roque - Senior Boys 100m - 9th - 10.91 (Cracks 11.0! PB!)Kerissa Blacklock - Junior Girls Long Jump - 10th - 4.81mOther results include:Kyla Pettigrew - 11th Junior Girls 800m - 2:21.10 (PB!)Jeremy Cooper - 13th Junior Boys 1500m - 4:16.33Sebastian Diebel - 13th Junior Boys 800m - 2:02.04 PB! (missed final by 0.04!)Eric Roque - 17th Senior Boys 200m - 22.73Ross Proudfoot - 17th Senior Boys 1500m - 4:09.46 (sick!)Kyla Pettigrew - 18th Junior Girls 1500m - 5:02.32Kerissa Blacklock - 20th Junior Girls 100m - 13.22Joe Burke - 19th Senior Boys 800m - 1:58.74 (PB!)Joe Burke - 20th Senior Boys 400m - 52.02Matthew Taylor - 22nd Midget Boys TJ - 10.91mKyle Fram - 23rd Junior Boys TJ - 11.65m
Friday, June 05, 2009
Sorry for the formatting and also apologies if I missed anyone!
Gold Medals - all OFSAA qualifiers!
Men 1500 Meter Run Senior - Proudfoot, Ross 3:58.70 - new record!
Women 1500 Meter Run Junior - Pettigrew, Kyla 5:08.83 - OQ
Men 1500 Meter Run Junior - Diebel, Sebastien 4:23.37
Men 400 Meter Dash Senior - Burke, Joseph 51.29 - OQ
Men 2000 Meter Steeplechase Open - Jacques, Stephane 6:50.68
Men 800m Junior - Cooper, Jeremy - 2:04.32
Men 1500 Meter Run Midget - Caverson, Zachary 4:46.14 (20 sec PB!)
Men Triple Jump Junior - Fram, Kyle LCS-Sudbury 11.81m - OQ
Other great Track North Results!!:
Women 1500 Meter Run Senior 4 Gallo, Kayla 5:33.02, 12 Flewelling, Lauren 6:08.96
Men 100 Meter Hurdles Junior Smith, Timothy LCS-Sudbury 17.52
Sunday, May 31, 2009
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Tuesday, May 05, 2009
SUDBURY ROCKS ROAD RUN FOR DIABETES
Here are the Track North (and alumni/affiliated) + Laurentian results from the Sudbury Rocks Marathon Races held yesterday. If I missed anyone, my apologies!
Gender places are listed beside each athletes name.
Full results at: http://www.sudburyrocksmarathon.com/results/
5km - Men
Ross Proudfoot (1) 15:55 - PB
Jeremy Cooper (3) 16:03 - PB
Chantry Cargill (4) 16:23 - PB
Sebastian Diebel (7) 18:01
Stephane Jacques (8) 18:42
Todd Boeker (10) 20:03
Bob Lesk (19) 21:08
Zack Caverson (23) 21:46
Dave McGill (26) 22:17
Randy Pascal (71) 26:11
5km - Women
Emma Tallman (1) 20:08
Katie Maziarski (2) 21:08
Kayla Gallo (6) 23:13
10km - Women
Mathilde Demory (3) 45:36
Celeste Woods (7) 47:12
Half Marathon - Men
Mike Coughlin (4) 1:27:16
JP Butler (6) 1:28:07
Klaus Ehrhardt (24) 1:40:29
Ron Poirier (88) 2:09:36
Half Marathon - Women
Donna Mae Robins (1) 1:26:42
Matt Strickland (2) 3:04:05
York Spring Opener, 5/2/09
100m, 8th, 11.10 (Wind 2.7) PB
200, 11th, 22.78 (Wind 2.0)
200, 5th, 22.25, (Wind 2.0) PB
400, 5th, 49.85
Monday, May 04, 2009
Kaitlyn Tallman, of Sudbury's Track North Athletic Club and a junior at Villanova University finished 6th in the women's 5000m race at the Big East Track and Field Championships held this past weekend at the Jumbo Elliot Track in Villanova, Pennsylvania.
Tallman ran to a new personal best time of 16:38.34. Her time exceeded the qualifying standard for the NCAA Division 1 Regional Championships - the next step towards NCAA National Championship qualification.
Up next for Tallman is a 3000m race at the Eastern College Athletic Association (ECAC) championships in two weeks followed by another 5000m race at the NCAA Division 1 Regional Championships.
Saturday, May 02, 2009
Caroline won the Senior Girls Long Jump with a best distance of 5.35m
She also set a new meet record in winning the Triple Jump with a distance of 12.39m.
Joe Burke, also competing for Espanola High School finished 3rd in the Senior Boy's 400m race with a time of 52.50.
He also finished 4th in the 800m with a time of 2:01.41
Congratulations Caroline and Joe!!
Monday, April 27, 2009
Sunday, April 26, 2009
Jeremy's job is planning how to support all the forward elements in the province, including planning for fuel, ammo, rations, convoy schedules, air replenishment etc. A LOT of responsibility.
Jeremy is still running to stay fit - usually at 5:00 AM.
Get back home safe, Jeremy!!
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Beginning with a pedestrian pace over the first six laps, Tallman kicked with 600m to go to move from 10th position into 6th place.
Monday, April 06, 2009
Sunday, April 05, 2009
A photo of Rebecca is attached.
At Duke University, Ben Charbonneau tossed another javelin with a 59.98 metre toss.He placed fourth in the event.
Thursday, March 26, 2009
Charbonneau, a College Notre Dame graduate and member of Sudbury's Track North Athletic Club, met the provisional qualifying standard for the NCAA Championships and is currently ranked 3rd in the NCAA Division II. His academic work this year has also earned him academic All-American honors.
Monday, March 09, 2009
Ben Charbonneau competed in his first outdoor meet for Lake Superior State University this weekend, throwing 57.61m (189-00), breaking LSSU's school record set by another TN Alumni, Andrew Anathasopoulis.
Track North's Ross Proudfoot had 2 solid performances this past weekend at the Athletics Ontario BMJ Championships this past weekend at York University. Still only 16, Ross competed in the Junior division (19 and under)
1500m - 11th place - 4:12.50
3000m - 9th - 9:07.74
Sunday, March 08, 2009
Kaitlyn just missed NCAA provisional time of 9:34 flat.
Full results at http://www.ecacsports.com/ECAC_Day_2_Results_and_Final_Team_Scores.htm
Track North athletes returned from the Super Saturday meet in Ottawa this weekend with four medals and several personal bests. They were competing on Ottawa's 400m indoor track.
2nd, Eric Roque (Snax), 11:49 (Heat), 11:31 (Final)
2nd, Eric Roque, 23.13 (Indoor PB)
2nd, Andre Pelland, 49.92 (Indoor PB)
2nd, Paul Chauvin, 1:55.20 (TNOR alumni, now with Ottawa).
4th, Chantry Cargill, 9:11 (PB!)
Way to run fellas!
Monday, March 02, 2009
OUA Indoor Track and Field Championships,
York University, Feb 27-28, 2009
Laurentian's Women's track team competed at the OUA championships this weekend, bringing home a top-six finish.
Madeleine Woods finished sixth in the 600m with a season's best time of 1:34.76, only .59 seconds out of a bronze medal. With 60m to go and still in contention for the medal, Woods found herself boxed in and unable to kick through the pack.
"I felt great, and had lots left at the end for a kick, but I just couldn't find any open space," said Woods.
Also competing at the meet were rookies Emma Tallman and Gracie Tetzlaff, who placed 15th and 16th in the 1500m, and Maggie Robins, who placed 17th in the 1000m.
6th, Madeleine Woods, 1:34.76
17th, Maggie Robins, 3:09.80
15th, Emma Tallman, 4:54.57
16th, Gracie Tetzlaff, 4:59.47
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Track North's Caroline Ehrhardt (Espanola) jumped her way to 2 GOLD medals at the AO Indoor Championships this past weekend. Caroline, who finished 3rd at last year's Olympic Trials in the Triple Jump won both the Triple Jump (11.70m) and Long Jump (5.54m) in the Youth Girls Division. These performances would also have won both Senior Events!
Several other Track North athletes ran to personal or seasonal bests at this competition.
Joe Burke - 6th, 400m - 54.04; 7th, 800m - 2:04.64
Jeremy Cooper - 9th, 1500m - 4:17.92 - PB!; 9th, 3000m - 9:17.39 - PB!
Chantry Cargill (still Junior age) - 7th, 1500m - 4:11.55 - PB!; 6th, 3000m - 9:14.83 PB!
Monday, February 23, 2009
NCAA Division I Big East Indoor Track and Field Championships
New York, New York
Track North's Kaitlyn Tallman (Mindemoya, ON), a junior at Villanova University, ran to 2 huge personal bests this past weekend at the Big East Indoor Track and Field Championships held at the Armory in New York City.
On Saturday, Kaitlyn placed 9th in the 5000m running a massive PB of 16:51.62.
Kaitlyn followed that up on Sunday placing 12th in the 3000m with a time of 9:46.89.
Sunday, February 22, 2009
Indoor Track, 2/20/09
8th, Becky Van Zeyl 8.64 PB (8.92 heat)
7th, Becky Van Zeyl, 48.67
4th, Madeleine Woods, 1:36.42
7th, Emma Tallman, 3:05.68
12th, Meghan Juuti 3: 13.96
13th, Maggie Robins, 3:18.82
12th, Gracie Tetzlaff, 4:58.27
17th, Stephanie Flieler, 5:10.19
Track North Results
2nd, Eric Roque (Snax), 7.22
4th, Jeff Deault, 7.26
3rd, Jeff Deault, 36.80
11th, Eric Roque, 38.68
2nd, Andre Pelland, 1:25.12
Sunday, February 08, 2009
The Laurentian women's track team returned from the York Open this weekend with a second place finish by Madeleine Woods who finished the 600m race in a time of 1:36.71.
Laurentian's meet, however, was highlighted by rookie Emma Tallman's five-second personal best and fourth place finish in the 1500m. Tallman was squeezed out of the medals by only 6/10's of a second in a dramatic home-stretch finishing kick.
23rd, Jesssica Nanne, 8.78
25th, Becky Van Zeyl, 8,83
18th, Jessica Nanne, 46.51
20th, Becky Van Zeyl, 47.49
2nd, Madeleine Woods, 1:36.71
17th, Meghan Juuti, 3:14.32
4th, mma Tallman, 4:47.76 (PB!)
9th, Gracie Tetzlaff, 4:59.38
14th, Stephanie Flieler, 5:10.98
21st, Mathilde Demory, 5:25.52
22nd, Hilary Kilbreath, 5:30.85
Track North Results
13th, Jeff Deault, 7.28
18th, Andre Pelland, 7.38
9th, Andre Pelland, 36.42
14th, Jeff Deault, 36.86
NEW BALANCE COLLEGIATE INVITATIONAL -
THE ARMORY, NEW YORK CITY
Kaitlyn Tallman (Villanova & ) - 4:53.77 (PB!)
(Big East and ECAC qualifying time).
For some perspective, that's about a 4:23/1500m time!
OTTAWA WINTER NATIONAL MEET - THE DOME
Girls 60 Meter Youth
5 Thomson, Grace 92 Track North 8.50
Girls 300 Meter Youth
6 Thomson, Grace 92 Track North 45.54
Girls 60 Meter Hurdles Youth
2 Thomson, Grace 92 Track North 9.49
Boys 1000 Meter Youth
2 Diebel, Sebastian 93 Track North 2:49.17
Boys 1500 Meter Youth
1 Cooper, Jeremy 93 Track North 4:22.40
6 Diebel, Sebastian 93 Track North 4:36.18
Boys 3000 Meter Youth
4 Cooper, Jeremy 93 Track North 9:22.19
Men 1500 Meter University/Open
5 Cargill, Chantry 90 Track North 4:25.42
Men 3000 Meter University/Open
Tuesday, February 03, 2009
Results for TN athletes include:
Girls 17 and under - 800m
7th - Pettigrew, Kyla 2:30.71
Girls 17 and under - 1500m
6th - Pettigrew, Kyla 5:20.60
Boys 400 Meter 17 & under
5th - Burke, Joseph 54.46
Boys 800 Meter 17 & under
2nd - Proudfoot, Ross 2:06.43
11th - Diebel, Sebastian 2:15.58
12th - Burke, Joseph 2:16.12
Boys 1500 Meter 17 & under
4th Proudfoot, Ross 4:20.48
8th Cooper, Jeremy 4:24.86
17th Diebel, Sebastian 4:48.42
Boys 3000 Meter 17 & under
8th Cooper, Jeremy 9:28.89
Sunday, February 01, 2009
Saturday, January 31, 2009
Track North's Kaitlyn Tallman, a junior at ran to a personal best in the Invitational 3000m at the Penn State National Invitational at University Park, PA.
Despite a fall and bruised knee at about the 2km mark, Kaitlyn got up and charged home with a time of 9:52.74 placing 8th.