As the indoor track season is winding down, the Tri-County area has seen a few athletes enjoy some success over the winter.
Here is a look at a few athletes and some highlights of their seasons across the area:
Danielle Sciremamanno, Shippensburg - The DuBois product has had quite the impressive campaign in the indoor season.
Sciremamanno qualified for the NCAA Division II Championships at Pittsburg State University in Kansas on March 9-10. The redshirt senior will be competing in the 60-meter hurdles and the long jump.
Sciremamanno was named the Most Valuable Athlete at the PSAC Championships last weekend after breaking the all-time PSAC record in the hurdles.
She will be the No. 5 seed in the hurdles, and No. 10 in the long jump at the national meet.
Riley Meyers, Bethany - The DuBois Central Catholic graduate broke the school record earlier in the season in the 60-meter hurdle competition.
Meyers also qualified for the PAC Championships in the event and came in sixth place in the conference as a true freshman.
Hali Olson, Slippery Rock - The Brookville graduate has personal bests of 27.81 seconds in the 200 meter dash, 1:01.66 in the 400-meter dash, and 10.23 seconds in the 60-meter hurdles at The Rock as a sophomore.
Ellie Pearson, Slippery Rock - The Elk County Catholic alumnus has personal best of 2:35.46 in the 800-meter run, and a 6:00.82 mile as a junior at Slippery Rock.