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Track: East Feature Athlete - Penn Hills' Khallid Young

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Name: Khallid Young
School: Penn Hills
Grade: 12
Events: 200, 400, 1,600 relay, 3,200 relay

Background Info: Young was the MVP of the South Fayette Invitational on Saturday. He won the 400 and was second in the 200. He ran in both the 3,200 relay and 1,600 relay. The 3,200 relay team set the meet record. This is the third invitational in a row that Young won the 400. The previous invites were The Tri-State Coaches Championship at West Mifflin and the Wildcat Invitational at Latrobe.

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Baseball: Penn Hills staying tough

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John D'Abruzzo profiles the Penn Hills baseball team.

2014 0424 PennHills Baseball(Photo: Penn Hills' Zac Crosmun tags out Shaler's Andrew Mueller between first and second bases during a rundown play in a game earlier this month. Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)

"After winning the biggest game of its season two weeks ago, the Penn Hills baseball team didn't do much celebrating.

Instead, both coaches and players kept their thoughts focused on Indians head coach Ed Carr and his family.

A 1997 graduate of Penn Hills, Carr is in his fourth season guiding his alma mater and missed the team's 4-1 Section 4-AAAA upset against No. 4-ranked Pine-Richland on April 8. Earlier that day, Carr received word that his father, Michael Carr, had been in a car accident and was rushed to the hospital.

His father later died overnight."

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Track: Penn Hills senior surprising foes

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Brad Everett profiles Penn Hills track standout Khallid Young.

"Success can often be predicted.

For instance, look at a person's current body of work and project what they will accomplish in the future.

There are, of course, exceptions to this way of thinking.

A prime example is Penn Hills senior Khallid Young, who has become one of the WPIAL's top 400-meter runners this spring.

"I totally didn't expect it," Young said. "It just came out of nowhere.""

 

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Track: Penn Hills showcases its young stars at South Hills Classic

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Penn Hills showed off their young talent at the South Hills Classic last Saturday.

Freshmen Terri Collington and Jayda Berry placed third and fourth, respectively, in the 200-meter dash in what was the Indians' first meet of the season. Collington went on to place third in the 400.

Both played a part in the first-place 1,600 relay team alongside sophomore Kristen Osunkwo and junior Seraya Steward. Their final time was 4:18.

The Indians won the PIAA Class AAA championships in 2010, and they hope to win it again.

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Alumni Update - Savon Salter (California University of Pennsylvania)

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CALIFORNIA – The California University of Pennsylvania men's track & field won a combined eightSalter CalU events and qualified 13 entries for the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Championships on Saturday while opening the outdoor season by hosting the Early Bird Invitational.


Freshman Savon Salter, a Penn Hills graduate captured three victories (two individual, one relay) and reached a pair of league-qualifying marks at Roadman Park.


He won the 110-meter hurdles by just thousandths of a second after crossing the finish line in 15.42 seconds and claimed the victory in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 56.30 seconds.

 

(photo courtesy of California University of Pennsylvania)