The high school track and field season may have ended, and the college competition is set to wrap up with the Division I championships this weekend, but the summer season features several events for track and field athletes and enthusiasts.
From youth events to masters competitions, the summer track schedule provides athletes of all age groups and ability levels the chance to compete.
Here's a quick look at some of those events.
7-8 — Throws University All-Comers Meet, shot put (Garage Strength, Fleetwood) and discus (Kutztown Area HS)
Doubling as a last-chance qualifier for the Pan-American Championships (Aug. 6-9), the all-comers meet welcomes all throwers to show off their strength.
7-9 — USATF Mid-Atlantic championships (Widener University)
The annual championships feature Junior Olympic events for youth members and top-flight competition in the open and masters divisions.
11 — Messiah College All-Comers Meet
Messiah has a series of two summer meets scheduled for the middle Tuesdays in June, continuing a local tradition of all-comers meets that have been held at Millersville and Elizabethtown in the past.
13-16 — New Balance Nationals (Greensboro, North Carolina)
Some of the Lancaster-Lebanon League's accomplished individuals and relay teams have qualified for the national meet.
18 — Germantown Academy Summer Series
Competitors last year ranged in age from 5-80 for the summer series that has three meets scheduled for the 2019 edition.
18 — Messiah College All-Comers Meet
25 — Germantown Academy Summer Series
28-29 — American JavFest (East Stroudsburg)
It's the fifth season for the annual meet, which, according to its website, features competition at every age and ability level as well as clinics to help throwers hone their skills. In 2016, Warwick's Eric Garner, now throwing at Nebraska, won his division and broke the 200-foot barrier at the meet.
28-30 — AAU Region 2 Qualifier (Stockton University)
Athletes have a chance to qualify for the AAU Junior Olympics.
2 — Germantown Academy Summer Series
9 — Germantown Academy Summer Series
11-14 — USATF Junior Olympic Region 2 Championship (Slippery Rock)
USATF Junior Olympic athletes have a chance to earn a spot in the national championships.
22-23 — USATF Junior Olympic Nationals (Sacramento, California)
Last year, Rachelle Tejeda earned all-American honors as a member of the Lancaster City Track Club with a fourth-place finish at the national meet in the 2,000-meter steeplechase, and the club's 4x800-meter relay team finished seventh in the 13-14 age group.
27-8/3 — AAU Junior Olympics (Greensboro, North Carolina)
27 — Keystone Games, youth divisions (King's College, Wilkes-Barre)
28 — Keystone Games, open and masters divisions (King's College, Wilkes-Barre)
Part of the 38th annual Keystone State Games, the track and field events draw in competitors from across the commonwealth.