Spring-Ford 15, Methacton 50 >> The Rams took the top five spots in the PAC 10 battle on Wednesday.
Jake McKenna took top honors for Spring-Ford.
1. Jake McKenna (SF) 17:09; 2. Zach Smith (SF) 17:15; 3. Shane Ainscoe (SF) 17:28; 4. Patrick Power (SF) 17:28; 5. Milan Sharma (SF) 17:33; 6. Matt Schweiter (SF) 17:35; 7. Kyle Reed (SF) 17:41; 8. Jack Roshelli (SF) 18:01; 9. J.T. Clark (SF) 18:09; 10. Nick DeFilippis (M) 18:09.
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