In AAA boys action Central Dauphin held off a late charge by Cumberland Valley and North Penn to win in 7:47.28. Central Dauphin controlled the race but Cumberland Valley and North Penn shadowed them on every leg until they pulled away during the third and fourth legs. They held a 20 meter lead until the last 100 meters when the gap closed and all 3 teams finished within a second of each other.
For AA girls Gwynedd Mercy was able to outdistance an incredible effort by Elk County Catholic to win with a time of 9:15.30. Elk County Catholic led most of the race before Gwynedd Mercy took the lead on the last lap and held on for the win. Gwynedd Mercy anchor Kate Vernon made up a 30 meter gap with a time of 2:14.7.
In the AAA girls race Haverford Township won with a time of 9:09.06. They were in 8th place during the second leg of Julia Summers, who held them close enough to the lead that when Fiona York got the baton she was able to close on the leaders during her first lap, pass everyone with 400 to go and have a 40 meter lead with 300 to go. She naded off to Adriana Boyle with a 50 meter lead, and Adriana was able to hold off the charge from Allentown Central Catholic's Francis Koons. Haverfords splits were, Alicia York, 2:20.53, Julia Summers, 2:23.43, Fiona York, 2:11.20, and Adriana Boyle, 2:13.78. Francis Koons anchored in 2:09.8 for Allentown Central Catholic.