Team power rankings
1. Red Lion
3. South Western
4. Central York
5. Bermudian Springs
Keep track of them
– Zekiel Alejandrez, Sr., Littlestown: His specialty is the 800, where he was fifth at the YAIAA championships and eighth at districts.
– Logan Bowman, Jr., South Western: As a sophomore, he won the 400 at the YAIAA championships.
– Nick Braun, Sr., Delone Catholic: An all-star last season, Braun is key for the Squires in both sprints and jumps.
– Alex Cooley, Sr., Eastern York: A record-breaking running back on the football field, Cooley was third in the YAIAA 100’s last season. He’s also the defending 100-meter champ at the Dallastown Invitational.
– Jonathan Dadeboe, Sr., Dallastown: Also a soccer standout, Dadeboe is a silver medalist in the hurdles at both the YAIAA and District 3 levels.
– Jeremiah Dadeboe, So., Central York: A triple jumper, he was seventh in the league as a freshman.
– Caleb Gatchell, Sr., Red Lion: Also a cross country all-star, Gatchell won the YAIAA 800-meter title and was a member of the Lions’ 3,200 relay title team.
– Mike Elicker, Sr., Bermudian Springs: A hurdler, he qualified for districts and states in the 110 event. However, this season he will look to crack the preliminaries at states.
– Marquis Fells, Sr., Central York: A top sprinter in the league for three seasons, Fells was a member of the Panthers’ 400 relay team that qualified for states.
– Adrian Jackson, Jr., Dallastown: A season ago, he was third in the 300 hurdles at the league meet.
– Patrick Reilly, Jr., Dallastown: A district qualifier in the 3,200, Reilly was second in the event at the YAIAA championships.
– Jay Stone, Jr., Central York: Stone owns the school record in the 300 hurdles and missed the finals of the state high hurdles by 0.02 seconds. He returns as the YAIAA and District 3 champion in the 110 and 300 hurdles.
– Austin Torres, Sr., York Suburban: He was second in the league’s 100 and sixth in the same event at districts.
– Brady Wilt, Biglerville: Was fourth in districts in the 3,200.
Best in the field
– Ryan Markle, So., Bermudian Springs: A district qualifier in the high jump, Markle was fifth at the YAIAA meet. He also qualified for states in the triple jump.
– Anderson Novalin, Sr., William Penn: He was the second-best shot-put thrower in the YAIAA as a junior. Also a key lineman on the Bearcats’ football team last fall, Novalin also should contend in the discus.