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Eastern Pennsylvania Conference Track and Field Top Performers

Tuesday, May 2, 2017 by The Press in Sports

The East Penn Conference (EPC) track and field regular season is just around the corner. Athletes are making one last push to qualify and earn a top seed in the upcoming league and district meets.

The following is a list of the top five performers in each event this season along with the top Parkland performer in each event.

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100 — 1. Julian Liaci (Naz) 10.2, 2. tie Jahvanne Alexander (Allen), Zaheer Seabrooks (BC) 10.7, 4. tie Khalil Edwards (PMW), Eddie Brown (ESN), Izaiah McPherson (Em), Julian Colon (Park) 10.8;

Eastern Pennsylvania Conference Track and Field Top Performers

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 by The Press in Sports

With the track and field postseason just two weeks away, athletes are still jockeying for seeding position in the May 9-10 league championship meet.

Several Parkland athletes are among the top competitors in their events with just a few meets remaining.

The following is a list of the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference’s top five performers in each event, along with the top Parkland performer in each event through last week’s meets.

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Boys lacrosse beats Emmaus

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 by MIKE HAINES in Sports

The Parkland boys lacrosse team has had a lot of tough tests lately. And the Trojans have passed each with high marks.

After wins over Manheim Township and Northampton last week, Parkland kept its winning streak going with victories over Emmaus and Cumberland Valley last Thursday and Saturday, respectively. The team hasn’t lost since falling to Central Catholic on March 30.

The Trojans (12-1 overall, 8-1 Eastern Pennsylvania Conference) have now won 11 straight games including Monday’s 17-1 victory over Pleasant Valley.

Girls lacrosse wins fourth straight game

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 by TODD KRESS in Sports

Parkland’s last and only conference loss came nearly three weeks ago when Emmaus used a strong second half to down the Trojans by a single goal. Since then, Parkland has won six of its last seven games, including all five EPC matchups.

While that loss to the Hornets was just a week into April, Parkland head coach Dawn Cipolla’s team learned a lot from that meeting. It set a spark in which Parkland has been able to outscore its league foes 71-33 during that stretch.

PHS boys lax gets big wins

Thursday, April 20, 2017 by MIKE HAINES in Sports

Parkland’s boys lacrosse team was on a roll heading into this week. And after Monday’s statement win, the Trojans proved they’re starting to hit their stride in the middle of the season.

The traveled to Lancaster County on Monday and picked up a 15-8 win over Manheim Township, a PIAA semifinalist last season.

“[Monday] we had arguably the biggest win in our program’s history,” said Parkland head coach Brad Schifko. “Manheim is perennially a state power. We got a big W against them.”

EPC track and field top performances

Thursday, April 20, 2017 by The Press in Sports

The Eastern Pennsylvania Conference recently released this year’s first list of track and field top performances. Several Parkland athletes are among the top of the league, including Sam Morgan (boys 1600) and Morgan Sherwin (girls high jump), along with a few relay Trojan relay teams.

The following is a list of the top five performances in each event this season.

BOYS

100 - 1. Julian Liaci (Naz) 10.2, 2. tie Jahvanne Alexander (Allen), Zaheer Seabrooks (BC) 10.7, 3. Eddie Brown (ESN) 10.8, 5. tie Julian Colon (Park), Martin Labib, Morgan Heffelfinger 10.9;