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Austin Kratz Brings Home Gold For Team USA

Austin Kratz is a U20 gold medalist! Austin Kratz, 2018 graduate of Dock Mennonite Academy and future Arizona State sprinter had an amazing opportunity to represent Team USA by running the 3rd leg of the 4×100 m relay in Tampere, Finland at the IAAF U20 World Championships July 10-15, 2018 Team USA took first in the 4×100

Austin Kratz 1 of 8 PA Athletes Finland-Bound

Finland-Bound: 8 Pennsylvanians Set For U20 Worlds IAAF WORLD U20 CHAMPIONSHIPS Dan Beck Jul 7, 2018 The Keystone State is headed overseas. An incredibly strong contingent of Pennsylvania high schoolers and alums will be headed to Tampere, Finland to compete in the IAAF World U20 Championships from July 10-15. Seven of which will be representing the United

Kratz/Martin/Smith Named To Boys Track and Field All-Intell Teams

2018 Boys Track and Field All-Intell Teams  Posted Jun 29, 2018 at 3:45 AM    The 2018 first and second teams for boys track and field. All-Intell Boys Track Athlete of the Year: Austin Kratz of Dock Mennonite June 29, 2018 FIRST TEAM AUSTIN KRATZ Event: 100 meters School: Dock Mennonite (senior) Key facts: Won state gold for the second straight year, clocking

All-Intell Boys Track Athlete of the Year: Austin Kratz of Dock Mennonite Academy

Dock Mennonite’s Austin Kratz is the 2018 All-Intell boys track and field athlete of the year. The successes sprinter Austin Kratz has had on the track have been more than plentiful during his four years at Dock Mennonite Academy. There have been plenty of gold medals, including one each in the 100, 200 and as

Austin Kratz Named To USA Today’s All-USA T&F First Team

Austin Kratz ;  Dock Mennonite Academy USA Today’s All-USA Track and Field First Team Selection ALL-USA Boys Track and Field: Sprints Photo: Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports By: USA TODAY High School Sports | July 2, 2018 The 2017-18 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Boys Track and Field Teams were coordinated by Fred Baer, founder of Track and Field

Austin Kratz To Represent Team USA At 2018 IAAF World U20 Championships July 10-15 In Finland

Austin Kratz, Dock Mennonite Academy, dominated league, district, and even state competition his 4 years of high school but just after graduation he stepped on his largest stage at USA Track and Field Junior National Championships where he posted very impressive times in the 100m and 200m sprints, those times helped him qualify to represent Team USA

2018 Spring Season and Athletic Department Awards

Click HERE for Full Athletic Awards Night Program Baseball (Pictured L to R) Christian Rush: 1st Team All-BAL – OF Nolan Bolton: 1st Team All-BAL – SS; BAL MVP; Team MVP David Keller: 1st Team All-BAL – P; Heart and Soul Award Mason Keller: Most Outstanding Pitcher Mason Fisher: 2nd Team All-BAL – 2B; Most

Track and Field Returns From Shippensburg With Best State Performances

The 53 points that the Dock boys track and field team scored would have won the AA state championship in seven of the previous 10 years.  The Pioneers’ best-ever state points production earned them the runner-up trophy behind Schuylkill Valley to cap a record state championship meet at Shippensburg University on Saturday. Austin Kratz won

Boys and Girls Track and Field Competing at State Meet

PIAA AA State Championship Friday 5/25 and Saturday 5/26 @ Shippensburg University (1871 Old Main Dr, Shippensburg, PA 17257) TICKET PRICES SERIES: Adult‐‐$14.00 Student  ‐‐$7.00 FRIDAY: Adult‐‐$6.00 Student  ‐‐$3.00 SATURDAY: Adult‐‐$8.00 Student  ‐‐$4.00 Meet Schedule Athletes Competiting Alex Martin: Discus, Shot Put Audrey Schweizerhof: Shot Put Kate Landis: Javelin Mckenzie Swartley: 800m, 1600m Elle Bergey: 400m

Boys Track and Field Dominates at District Meet

The Dock boys added the District 1 AA team championship Saturday to their dominant season’s accomplishments. The Pioneers, who claimed their first Bicentennial Athletic League championship a week earlier, scored 155 points to overwhelm another strong district field. Runner-up and defending champion Church Farm School had 83 points. It’s Dock’s second district crown in three