"Everything just came together. It was perfect." That pretty well sums up Karen Shump's feelings about her 48-00.25 throw. The mark puts her at #6 in the country, and within 1 foot, 3-3/4 inches of the US freshman record of 49-04 set just last year. She'll have at least three, and maybe four chances at the mark with Districts, States, and the Nike Outdoor meet and/or Golden West in June. Haverford's Julia Somers continues to have a stellar season after going 11:09.11 for 3200 just six days earlier, running a 5:13.4 1600. Conestoga took the 4x400 with a quick 3:56.6. Max Westman, Lower Merion, was alone in the one-lapper, going 49.0. He also won the Jav with his throw of 174-00. Marple Newtown's Pat Brophy won the 110 Hurdles in 14.8 and the 300 in 40.3.