Holy Cross

swept the boys' and girls' team titles in Non-Public B competition, and the

Timber Creek

boys and


girls topped the Group 3 meet at the NJSIAA state track and field championships yesterday at South Plainfield.

Frank Allen won the shot put and discus, and Terrence Osborne added a win in the long jump and Rich Fisher took the 400 meters to help the Holy Cross boys pile up 103 points.

In the girls' meet, the Lancers surpassed

Our Lady of Mercy

by 16 points, 84-68, as Ayana Davis won the 100 hurdles and triple jump, and Rose Johnson won the 400 hurdles and high jump for Holy Cross.

Non-Public A.

Camden Catholic

's Serifat Juniad won three girls' events - the 200 dash, high jump and long jump.

Group 3.

Wins by triple-jumper Eric Smith and high-jumper Montez Blair carried the Timber Creek boys to a 20-point win over Camden.


Haddon Township

avenged an earlier loss to


and kept alive its hopes for a share of its first Colonial Conference championship since 1995 with a 7-2 win over the visiting Green Wave.

Joe Clarke and Rob Harrington singled in runs in the four-run fourth inning.