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.