Led by Ian Fortna's discus throw of 133 feet, 5 inches, Central Bucks West claimed a spot in the record books. John Williams threw 124-5, giving the duo a combined 257-10.
The Pennridge boys' 4x400 relay team of Joey Logue, John Kim, Mike Class, and Nick Stenderowicz set a meet and stadium record by finishing in 3:18.91.
Kellerman Relays. Despite below-average temperatures and a gusty wind at the Great Valley R. Joseph Kellerman Relays, Simon Gratz won the 4x200-meter relay in 1:31.58 and finished third in the 4x100.
"The more confident you are, the better you run," Bulldogs coach Robert Massie said. "This really helps us because when we roll up on Friday to the [Penn] Relays, we're going to have a bit of swagger in us."
Penn Charter won gold in the 4x400 (3:25.77) and the 1,600 sprint medley (3:37.76), and Haverford High triumphed in the distance medley relay in 10:45.48.
Spring-Ford won the 4x800 relay in 8:15.01.
In the field events, Father Judge won the triple jump (45-21/4).
On the girls' side, Swenson continued its dominance by posting victories in the 4x100 (49.26), 4x200 (1:42.38), and 4x400 (3:55.60).
"The wins are nice, but the weather is so cold and windy so we've got no idea how fast we really can run," Swenson coach Tim Hickey said.
Strath Haven also stood out, earning victories in the 4x1,600 (21:46.06), shot put (55-101/2), and 4x100 throwers (56.61).
Methacton led the girls' field events, as the Warriors won gold in the pole vault (19-3) and long jump (33-11/2).
American Conference Relays. The host Wissahickon girls set two meet records in the Suburban One American Conference Relays. Wissahickon won the 4x800 in 9:45.6 and claimed the 4x400 in 4:06.1.
Wissahickon's Alicia Ross was part of three winning teams in the throws.
She joined with Ellen Benbow to win the javelin (163-6) and the discus (165-9), and with Alissa Cappelli to take the shot put (61-3).
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