Episcopal Academy's Alexis Malmberg crossed the finish line in first place in the mile run at Saturday's Delaware Valley Girls Track & Field Coaches Association Meet of Champions at Lehigh Valley.

Strath Haven's 4 x 800 relay of Bri Irons, Maddie Forbes, Jamie Kenney and Kristen Miller placed first in 9:30.20. Meanwhile, Upper Darby was also successful in relay action, as the Royals' 4 x 200 team of Ashli Cook, Ashley Rankine, Joanne Mason and Khayla Williams claimed top honors with a time of 1:43.72.

Elsewhere, Strath Haven's 4 x 400 relay (Kat Mazur, Kenney, Wilson, Miller) finished in second place, while Cardinal O'Hara's 4 x 800 team (Olivia Arizin, Beck Chominski, Marissa Cicione and Erin Dolan) was runner-up to Strath Haven with a time of 9:34.55.

In the DMR, Strath Haven (Abby Kennedy, Ivy Jones, Irons, Wilson) ended in third place and Haverford followed in fourth.

In individual events, Rankine got second place in the 60-meter dash with a time of 7.83 seconds. Penncrest's Alicia Collier took fifth place (8.12).

Cook was fifth place in the 200, and Penn Wood's Lawren Wright earned third place in the triple jump.

Boys Track

Episcopal Academy's Sam Pope and The Haverford School's Reggie Harris placed first and second, respectively, in the triple jump at Saturday's Track & Field Coaches Association of Greater Philadelphia Meet of Champions at Lehigh Unviersity.


In the shot put, Glen Mills' Tyshawn Anderson earned a second-place medal.