Preston Lubeski, Jr., West Chester Henderson — Junior finished fifth at States in the 400-meter run (48.19), which was among the top-10 times in Pennsylvania. Finished third at Ches-Monts and fifth at Districts in the 200-meter run (22.22).
Elijah Ford, Sr., Downingtown West — Senior was the dominant second leg of the Whippets’ second-place boys 4×100 relay at States with a clocking of 41.84. Broke a 31-year-old record at the Ches-Mont Championships in the 400-meter run (48.35).
D’Angelo Stocker, Sr., Malvern Prep — Senior set the PAISAA state record in the 100-meter dash (10.60) and was PAISAA state champion in the 200 meter dash (22.07) and 4x100m relay (school record 43.00).
Deonsae Dorsey, Sr., Downingtown West — Penn State-bound senior anchored the Whippets’ 4×100 relay that placed second at States and posted a time of 41.84.
Brendan Flynn, Sr., Downingtown East — Senior finished 17th in the 3200-meter run (9:32.00) at the PIAA 3A state championship. Was part of the Cougars’ 10th-place 4×800 relay team that placed 10th at States and finished first at Districts.
Caiden Leen, Sr., Downingtown East — The senior, a repeat first-team selection at mid-distance, placed 20th in the 800-meter run (1:56.90) at the PIAA 3A state championships. Was part of the Cougars’ 10th-place 4×800 relay team that placed 10th at States and finished first at Districts.
Jake Zielinski, Sr., Great Valley — Versatile senior was valuable throughout the spring in the 400, 800, 1600, 4×400 and 4×800 for the Patriots. Played a key role in Great Valley’s ninth-place finish in the boys 4×800 relay at the PIAA 3A state championships.
Dayshawn Jacobs, Sr., West Chester Rustin — Senior finished third in the triple jump (47-2), one of the top-10 marks in Pennsylvania, and was seventh in the high jump (6-2) at the PIAA championships.
Rhyel Miles-Eubanks, Sr., Coatesville — Senior finished 10th in the javelin (169-5) at the PIAA 3A state championships, and at Districts finished first in the boys javelin with a PR throw of 189-6.
Max Robinson, Sr., Malvern Prep — Senior was PAISAA state champion in pole vault, and set a school record at 15’0”. The Friars’ MVP, he was the first Malvern Prep athlete ever to compete in pole vault at the Penn Relays.
Nathan Allen, Avon Grove
Noah Lennon, Avon Grove
Drew Domurat, Coatesville
Xavier McGreal, Kennett
Jesse Comanda, Kennett
Nolan Horan, Malvern Prep
Zander Quinn, Oxford
Garrett Brady, Oxford
Aryan Abbaraju, Unionville
Matthew Bergin, West Chester East
Avon Grove – Connor Britton, Ramsay Haartz, Connor Bossong, Gavin McGinn, Connor Carroll; Coatesville – Isaiah Brightman; Devon Prep – Christian Urquhart; Downingtown East – Nick Steinfeldt, Will Nakahara, Luis Colmenares-Bittar; Downingtown West – Kelly Bell, Jacob Dixon; Great Valley – Agasthya Bandari, Hudson Ayre, Pete Schembri, Patrick Hanlon, Cooper Schrader, Nathan Ricciardi; Malvern Prep – Dylan Regan, Jake Marrone; Oxford – Barry Brower, Eric Marshall; Unionville – Justin White, Adam Kitay, Caden Young; West Chester East – Tyler Wileczek, Gavin Hefferan, Sean Collins;
West Chester Rustin – Jaysin Huynh; West Chester Henderson – Alex Munro, Chase Parkinson, Ramsey Tarazi.
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