Garnet Valley wins the Central League heat in 4:01.96. Strath Haven a close second in 4:02.42.
Penn Wood wins the Suburban A heat in 3:57.38
Coatesville wins the ChesMont heat in 3:54.62.
North Penn wins the Suburban National heat in 3:55.71. Second straight win in this race for them.
Cheltenham wins the Suburban American heat in 3:55.58. Upper Dublin finishes second in 3:58.34.
Tatnall wins the Northern Delaware heat in 4:00.52.
Collingswood wins the South Jersey small schools heat in 4:01.66.
Rancocas Valley wins the South Jersey large schools heat in 3:55.79. Eastern second in 3:56.09.
Now for the Philadelphia Catholic League heat.
Neumann-Goretti opens in the lead with a 59.11 first leg.
Neumann holds a big lead coming to the second exchange. Cardinal O'Hara is second and there's a long way to Archbishop Ryan third. Neumann almost made its handoff too late, though! They're okay, but that was close.
Neumann-Goretti leads by almost a third of the track, and now wins the heat in 3:49.47.
A 56.05 anchor leg for Neumann's Sydni Townsend.
In the public league race, Central has a solid lead over over Martin Luther King at the second handoff. Paul Robeson is a close third.
Central takes the Public League race in 4:00.46.
Now it's time for the college women's Distance Medley Relay Championship of America. The crowd wakes up. Can Villanova make it six titles in the last seven years?
Villanova's lineup is Nicole Hutchinson for the 1200 meters, McKenna Keegan for the 400 meters, Rachel McArthur for the 800 meters and senior Siofra Cleirigh Buttner anchoring for the 1600.
Villanova has the clear lead heading into the last turn of the 1200m leg. Penn State is second, then a pack in pursuit.
Just under 3:22 for Nicole Hutchinson's 1200m leg for Villanova. McKenna Keegan keeps the lead big for the Wildcats as she makes the final turn and hands off to Rachel McArthur -- a freshman who was last year's national high school indoor champion at 800m for Patriot High in Prince William County, Va.
Villanova maintains a big lead. Clemson is up to second now, Notre Dame is third and Penn State is fourth.
Siofra Cleirigh Buttner takes the baton for the anchor leg in her final Penn Relays DMR.
Buttner maintains Villanova's big lead as she comes around the final turn of the first leg. Notre Dame is up to second.
Rachel McArthur's 800m leg was clocked at 2:08.30. The first 400m was around 59 seconds.
Villanova's winning time is 11:01.94. Siofra Cleirigh Buttner's anchor leg is 4:36.09.