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Live coverage: Day 2 of the 2012 Penn Relays

After the college women and high school girls took the spotlight yesterday, today the college men and high school boys will be on center stage.

Live coverage: Day 2 of the 2012 Penn Relays

(Jonathan Tannenwald/Philly.com)

After the college women and high school girls took the spotlight yesterday, today the college men and high school boys will be on center stage.

Before we get started, here are links today's stories and multimedia to check out:

Villanova star Reid gets her first Penn Relays win by the Inquirer's Joe Juliano

'Going down in history with Sheila Reid' by the Daily News' Mike Kern

Ex-Olympian John Carlos talks about his autobiography by the Inquirer's Joe Juliano

Walker's legacy lingers at Penn Relays by the Inquirer's Phil Anastasia

A first and a fourth for Winslow's McNeil by the Inquirer's Bill Iezzi

Gerlach takes second in Penn Relays 3,000 by the Inquirer's Evan Burgos

At Penn Relays, Cain more than able in girls' high school mile by the Daily News' Ted Silary

Friday's schedule of races by the Inquirer's sports staff

Photos from Thursday by staff photographer David Maialetti

A video feature on local college storylines with me and the Inquirer's Joe Juliano

A video feature on Philly-area natives Ryann Krais and Leah Nugent, back in town to race with Kansas State and Virginia Tech, respectively

Video of Sheila Reid talking about Villanova's win in the DMR

With that taken care of, here we go for another day. As always, I want this to be an interactive thing. It would be great to hear about your Penn Relays memories, and if there are any particular races you want to know about I'll be happy to pass along those results.

If you're on a mobile device, click here to follow along and post comments.

Jonathan Tannenwald Philly.com
About this blog
Soft Pretzel Logic is Philly.com's college sports blog, with a primary focus on the University of Pennsylvania. You'll also see coverage of the Big 5, other major college sports events in the region, and the annual Penn Relays track and field meet.

Reach Jonathan at jtannenwald@phillynews.com or 215-854-2330.

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