CHAMBERSBURG — State College’s Lauren Bonness edged Milton Hershey’s Jasmine Mitchell by .002 seconds to win the girls’ 100 meters at the Mid-Penn Championships on Saturday.
Bonness won with a time of 12.766 and was the top individual competitor for both the girls’ and boys’ teams at the event.
In the girls’ competition, Kimberly Lightner’s toss of 122 feet, 5 inches was good for second in the javelin. Hannah Grubb (5:11.60 in the 1,600) and Victoria Crawford (2:19.58 in the 800) each had fifth-place finishes.
Sarah Almarzooqi took sixth in the 3,200 (11.30.30), while Emma Cousins (20:20.19 in the 800) and Emily Randolph (48.23 in the 300 hurdles) each placed seventh.
Will Cather turned in the top boys’ finish, placing second in the 800 in 1:56.66. Kyle Adams (1:59.93) was sixth in that race.
Cather and Adams also helped the Little Lions place second in the 3,200 relay. They teamed with Sam Bollinger and Connor Stashko to finish in 8:00.44.
Matt Mullin (47-7) was third in the shot put. Sean King (42-11) took fifth in the triple jump, while Daniel Forziat (6-0) took sixth in the high jump and Kellin Valentine (20-9 3/4) placed eigth in the long jump.