Mile News Tagged Marlee Starliper

Ripley’s Starcher breaks Mile record at Penn Relays

April 27, 2019

“My workouts have been very awesome lately. I felt strong and healthy coming into the race. It was just all about competing and trying to run a really good time.”

By Greg Carey, MetroNews

Ripley High School junior Victoria Starcher made the most of this year’s trip to the Penn Relays, running...

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Greencastle-Antrim’s Taryn Parks reflects on nationals, looks ahead to spring

March 19, 2019

National high school indoor Mile champion seeking three-peat in the outdoor Mile [1600 meters] at Pennsylvania state meet

By Ben Destefan, The Record Herald

GREENCASTLE – Taryn Parks has earned plenty of praise and accolades. Still, even for the ultra-talented junior at Greencastle-Antrim...

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