Haverford’s Robert Keehn, David Fowler and Mike Mogavero, (center back) compete in a tri-meet at Coopertown Elementary School Wednesday. Haverford
Haverford's Robert Keehn, David Fowler and Mike Mogavero, (center back) compete in a tri-meet at Coopertown Elementary School Wednesday. Haverford took the top three places over Ridley and Garnet Valley, with Fowler in first, Keehn in second and Mogavero in third. (Julia Wilkinson)

There simply was no stopping Haverford Wednesday.

The Fords claimed the first seven places in their tri-meet at Coopertown Elementary School, booking Central League wins of 15-45 over Ridley and Garnet Valley.

Dave Fowler led the onslaught in a time of 16:30, followed closely by Rob Keehn (17:06) and Mike Mogavero (17:12). Dan Brown and Alex Derbyshire rounded out the top five for the Fords (7-0, 7-0).

Despite its top finisher, Jason Judge, coming in 17th place overall, Ridley used its depth to eke out a 28-29 win over Garnet Valley. The Jags got top-10 finishes from Dave Stoyer (eighth, 17:41) and Brendan Armani (10th, 18:23).

Strath Haven sweeps: Dylan Butera led a quartet of Panthers in the top 10 with his second-place finish in 17:25 at Rose Tree Park to lead Strath Haven to wins of 23-38 over Lower Merion and a 26-29 squeaker over Radnor.

Haven's Greg Kotchick was fifth in 17:53 and was joined in the top 10 by Quinn Wirth (seventh) and Dylan Van Duyne (ninth).

Lower Merion's Jonathan Perlman took the overall title with his time of 17:15, but it wasn't enough to keep his Aces from being on the wrong side of a 23-34 decision to Radnor.

The Raiders' Connor Holm and Watson Hanson crossed the line in close succession, taking third and fourth, respectively, separated by a second on the clock. Julian Evans (eighth) and Andre Kelly (10th) also earned top-10 finishes for Radnor.

Springfield drops a pair: Justin Miller's time of 17:13 meant he finished second overall at Mill Road Park, but the Cougars didn't have the depth to prevent losses of 19-41 to Conestoga and 25-36 to Harriton.