Sophomore Carly Nicholson ran on three winning teams to lead the Delsea girls to the first Woodbury Relays team title in school history.
Delsea outscored second-place Camden 52-36 to win the Group 2 title at the 47th annual Woodbury Relays.
Nicholson, a Meet of Champions medalist in the 800 indoors, split 2:26 leading off the winning 4-by-800, 2:24 anchoring the sprint medley and 3:53 leading off the DMR.
Sophomore Julia Cipollone, junior Haley Hoffman and junior Gabby Carbonara also ran on the 3,200-meter relay team, which ran 10:19.55. Sophomore Aalliya Fox, junior Jordan Barr and junior Sierra Harden were also on the sprint med, which ran 4:16.84. And Cipollone, Hoffman and Carbonara ran the other legs on the DMR, which ran 13:25.59.
Delsea also ran 50.50 for second in the 400-meter relay with Barr, Fox, Harden and sophomore Katie Sellu and 1:47.69 for second in the 800 relay with Barr, Fox, Harden and freshman Emily Hill.
Junior Diona Scimeca, sophomore Jaelyn McGruder and freshman Julia Gleason joined Harden on the shuttle hurdles team, which was third in 1:27.24.