Penncrest s Samantha Lee crosses the finish line first in the 4 x 100 relay, followed by Radnor s Myonie Williamson in their meet Tuesday. The results of
Penncrest s Samantha Lee crosses the finish line first in the 4 x 100 relay, followed by Radnor s Myonie Williamson in their meet Tuesday. The results of the meet were not reported to the Daily Times. (Robert J. Gurecki)

Seniors Kristen Miller and Allie Wilson made sure they ended their careers perfect in the Central League. Miller won four events and Wilson claimed three gold medals as Strath Haven topped Upper Darby (94-38) and Springfield (117-15) to finish a fourth straight undefeated run to the Central League title.

The victory extended Strath Haven's league winning streak to 44 meets.

Miller won the 200 and 400, and anchored the 4 x 800 and 4 x 400 relays teams to victory. Wilson was first in the 800 and 1,600 and was on the winning 4 x 800. Fellow senior Jamie Kenney captured the 300 hurdles and was on the winning 4 x 400.

Penncrest s MacKenzie O Keefe competes in the triple jump Tuesday.
Penncrest s MacKenzie O Keefe competes in the triple jump Tuesday. (Robert J. Gurecki)

Claudine Andre won the 100 hurdles and the triple jump to lead Upper Darby. The most interesting race, though, was the 100. Lizzie King of Strath Haven and Michaela Grice and Ashley Bennett from Upper Darby finished in a three-way tie for first place.

A wall-worthy effort: The teams with the best records in program history get to put their team picture on a wall at Garnet Valley. Well, they're going to have to make room for the 2014 girls track team after the Jaguars topped Harriton (126-14) and Haverford (80-61) to finish 8-3, the best record in program history. Haverford defeated Harriton, 125-15.

Liz McGroarty led the way with four wins. She was first in the 800 and 1,600, and anchored the 4 x 800 and 4 x 400 relay teams to victory. Gabby Irving won the 100 and 200, while Nina Gambacorta took first in the shot put and discus.

Stephanie Toland won both hurdles events and Kaila Cannon captured the long and triple jumps to lead Haverford.