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  1. Westfield makes all the right moves in 4x800

    Doug Binder

    MEET INDEX PHILADELPHIA - When Tyrone Walker decided to go for broke in the Championship of America 4x800 with 300 meters left there may have been 49,000 people at Franklin Field who thought the move came too early. The people that mattered mo...

    Blog | April 29, 2012
  2. Washington delivers for Poly in 4x100

    Doug Binder

    PENN RELAYS INDEX | RESULTS PHILADELPHIA - There isn't another high school in the U.S. that travels 2,400 miles for a "home" meet, but then again, there isn't another Long Beach Poly. At the Penn Relays, Poly doesn't just represent a school on ...

    Blog | April 28, 2012
  3. Record setters Tatnall, Cain share limelight

    Doug Binder

    PENN RELAYS INDEX | THURSDAY RESULTS PHILADELPHIA - Haley Pierce and Mary Cain continued to cement their status as legends at the historic Penn Relays on Thursday at Franklin Field. During an electric evening of racing for some of the country's...

    Blog | April 27, 2012
  4. Top 10 storylines for the 118th Penn Relays

    Doug Binder

    PENN RELAYS INDEX Everything about the Penn Relays is huge - from the crowd, the numbers of athletes, to the tradition. The 118th Penn Relays features 33 hours of competition and an average of one race every five minutes. Here is a closer loo...

    Blog | April 25, 2012
  5. Penn entries released, mile fields competitive

    Doug Binder

    The Penn Relays has released its high school entry lists for this month's meet in Philadelphia (April 26-28), and the girls mile field is shaping up as a good one. Joining defending champion Angel Piccirillo of Homer Center (Pa.) are the top two f...

    Blog | April 10, 2012