Congratulations are extended to seniors Ethan Knoebel and Haley Scopelliti who turned in stellar performances at the 2018 District IV 1A Cross Country Championships with both qualifying- for the fourth time- for the right to compete at the PIAA Cross Country Championship Meet! In accomplishing this feat, Ethan successfully defended his District crown, winning the 2018 Gold Medal! Ethan shaved 37 seconds off his time finishing the race at 16:34. Haley also bettered last year's performance, moving up three ranks, to finish fifth overall with a time of 21:16. The State Meet will be run at the Hershey Entertainment Complex in Hershey on November 3rd. Congrats to Ethan, Haley and all other Tiger runners on a tremendous effort! For a complete list of participants please click on the links below:
Pictured are Ethan and Haley at this year's meet. To watch Ethan's post-meet interview, please click this link.


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