Five York-Adams athletes earned top seeds in their events for the District 3 Track and Field Championships.
Fairfield's Sarah Hunt will enter the two-day meet with the best performances in the Class AA Girls' long jump (17 feet, 10 inches) and triple jump (35-11 1/4).
Central York's Jay Stone, who set a York-Adams Meet record with his time of 14.14 seconds in the 110 hurdles this past Friday night, holds the No. 1 seed in the district 110 hurdles. The Panthers' junior star is also seeded second in the 400 dash and third in the 300 hurdles.
York High's Anderson Novalin is at the head of the district list in the Boys' Class AAA shot put with a throw of 53-2, and York Tech's Ronald Henderson shares the top seed in the triple jump with Isa Paschall of Carlisle. Both Henderson and Paschall have leaped 45-31/2.
South Western's Holly Arey gained the No. 1 seed in the Girls' Class AAA discus with a throw of 129-10.
Red Lion star Angelica Gonzalez, who's been battling a hamstring problem all season, is not entered in this year's district meet. Gonzalez ran the open 100 meters for the first time this season on April 23 during a dual meet, but fell at the halfway point of the race. That was the last time she competed this season.
Gonzalez, who's only a sophomore, put on a brilliant debut season last year, winning a state silver medal in the 200-meter dash and state bronze medal in the 100-meter dash.
This year's District 3 meet is scheduled for Friday and Saturday at Shippensburg University.