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Ha leaps her way to Garnet Valley record

Make room for Isabelle Ha in the Garnet Valley record book.

Ha broke a 37-year-old school record that stood since 1980 by jumping five feet and two inches in the long jump as the Jaguars rolled past Harriton, 120-29, and Lower Merion, 82-68, before falling to Strath Haven, 111-39, in a Central League quad meet. Strath Haven cruised to its 73rd straight win by beating Lower Merion, 115-35, and Harriton, 137-13. The Aces mauled the Rams, 116-29.

Panther teammates Grace Forbes and Isabella Cardi tied for the 1,600 with a time of 5 minutes, 21.52 seconds, while Forbes also won the 800 and helped the Panthers to a 4 x 400 win, along with her sister, senior Maddie Forbes. The elder Forbes won the 400 and anchored the 4 x 800.

Katcavage powers Haverford >> Cecilia Katcavage led the charge for Haverford by throwing the shot 37 feet, 11/2 inches, and launching the discus 77 feet as the Fords handled Upper Darby (83-63), Penncrest (84-66) and Marple Newtown (111-35).

Penncrest’s Samantha Miller dusted the competition in the 300 hurdles, 1,600 and 400 as the Lions downed the Royals (85-64) and Tigers (113-34). Michelle Brown-Jones kickstarted Upper Darby’s effort with wins in the 100 and 200 as Upper Darby rolled over Marple Newtown, 113-34.

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