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Chester, Penn Wood share Del Val title

Jaime Wharton had never won a Del Val League title in 21 seasons as the head coach at Chester High School. That drought is over.
Lamaj Curry led the way as the Clippers swept the top four places to grab a share of the league title with a 15-50 triumph over Academy Park at Rose Tree Park.
Penn Wood also won a piece of the crown, its second straight, with a 15-50 victory over Chichester.
Curry won the race in 18 minutes, 52 seconds. Teammate Tae’On Bradley-Chambers was second, followed by Kevon Mingledoff and Kori Rochester. David Manley placed fifth to lead Academy Park.
Penn Wood 15, Chichester 50 >> Dennis Manyeah was the overall winner and the Patriots took the top five places to earn a share of the league crown with the Clippers. Tylir Flowers was Chi’s top finisher. He was sixth.
Glen Mills 27, Interboro 29 >> The Bulls took five of the top nine places to keep the Bucs from grabbing a share of the league title. Interboro’s Billy Hallinan was the overall winner with a time of 17:58. Tahir Grimes took second in 19:00, and Rahmik Lawrence placed third to lead the Bulls.

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