Kayla Culmer's four first-place finishes led host Haddon Township, which won seven events en route to the Division 1 title on Saturday in the George Rowland Relays girls' track and field competition.
Culmer helped the Hawks prevail in the high jump, 4x100, 4x200, and shuttle hurdles. Haddon Township also won the pole vault, sprint medley, and 3x400 hurdles to outscore runner-up Glassboro, 110-102.
In other Rowland Relays action:
Andrea Olsen ran the anchor leg in the 4x200 and 4x400 and led off the shuttle hurdles, as Buena won five events and finished second in four others to cruise to the Division 2 crown.
Williamstown utilized its depth in taking the Division 3 championship, with Vicki Ajimoko the lone double-winner among the Braves' three first-place finishes.
Shaun Gooch of Paul VI earned MVP honors by reaching base six times, scoring three runs, and driving in three over two games, and the Eagles captured the Roseboro Tournament by battering Bordentown, 13-5, in the championship game at Collingswood.
Ralph Shaw Classic. Zach Welsher's grand slam ignited an eight-run second inning, sending host Audubon to a 17-0 rout of Gloucester, and into Sunday's championship game against Bishop Eustace.
Freshman Justin Hanegman hurled a three-hit shutout and Chris Jones picked up two RBIs in leading Bishop Eustace over Camden Catholic, 3-0.
Russ Spicer Classic. Kevin Kaiser, D.J. Robinson, and Brandon Cornelius combined for nine RBIs as Timber Creek trounced Deptford, 11-1, in the third-place game at Haddonfield.
Millville Cancer Classic. Leadoff hitter Joe DiBuonaventura singled, doubled, and scored twice, and Ryan Solari delivered a two-run single in the seventh inning to help Holy Spirit nip Buena, 6-5.
New Jersey Vocational. Jake Danner (3 for 4, 2 RBIs, 12 runs) and Kevin Smith (3 for 4, 3 RBIs, 1 run) supplied offensive support for freshman righthander Ryan McKinstry, who won his first varsity start as host GCIT hammered Perth Amboy Tech, 12-2, in a second-round game.
Scott Dickerson, Pierce Cooper, and Tyler Blessing gave Moorestown a sweep of the singles competition as the Quakers edged Westfield, 3-2, in the championship match to win the Westfield Tennis Club Invitational.