The Haddonfield girls scored 46 of a possible 48 points in the 800 and 3,200 and piled up a whopping 68 points on Day 1 of the South Jersey Group 2 meet at Delsea Friday.
With 10 of 20 events in the books, Haddonfield had a 31-point lead over 2nd-place Sterling as the lady Bulldogs sought their 4th consecutive team title, 12th since 2003 and 21st overall.
In the 800, sophomore Riley Slootsky, junior Thea Spellmeyer and sophomore Sarah Fetter swept the top three spots, Slootsky in 2:21.18, Spellmeyer 2:21.68 and Fetter in 2:22.89.
Haddonfield was almost perfect in the 3,200, with sophomore Audrey Naticchia winning in11:06.91, junior Helene Usher 2nd in 11:13.53 and sophomroe Ava Thomas 4th in 11:22.28. Only Cinnaminson junior Stephanie Renouf, 3rd in 11:17.38, broke up another Haddonfield sweep.
Senior Livsey Kegler, sophomore Chloe Kamp and freshmen Molly Minor and Nicolette Pinkerton ran 50.28 to place second to Lindenwold in the 400-meter relay.
Haddonfield added eight points in the 400-meter intermediates, with freshman Audrey Adams running a 3 ½-second PR of 1:09.24 for 3rd, and junior Grace Malcarney taking 5th in 1:12.34.
Sophomore Mia Bompensa [4th in pole vault at 8-0] and Camp [5th in long jump PR 16-6 on first attempt] also scored for Haddonfield.