Cumberland Valley took down Palmyra with relative ease in a Mid-Penn Conference crossover meet Thursday. The Eagles boys won 100-76, with the girls claiming a 126-60 victory. Kyle Farrow (200 IM, 100 breast), Logan Skyles (50 free, 100 free) and Jack Dengler (100 fly, 100 back) all won a pair of individual races for the boys. Lindsay Berra (50 free, 100 back) doubled up for the girls.
Trinity also swept its non-division dual meet, beating Mifflin County 89-70 (boys) and 96-73 (girls). The Shamrocks won all of the boys events except the 200 free relay, getting two solo victories apiece from Rece Shelley (50 free, 100 fly), Scot tMajka (200 IM, 500 free) and Tommy Chase (200 free, 100 back). The girls claimed all but two events in their convincing win, with Alexis Majka (200 free, 100 free) and Sarah Wyant (50 free, 100 back) claiming a pair of individual wins.
Division race updates: Northern girls are the only squad to claim a division outright so far, going 6-0 in the Mid-Penn Colonial. Boiling Springs boys (6-1, 5-0) have clinched a share of the Colonial with one meet to go. State College boys and Hershey girls have claimed shares of the Commonwealth already, with no local team capable of forging a tie. The Keystone likely belongs to Palmyra, which has a pair of 5-0 teams with two meets left. Lower Dauphin and Mechanicsburg still have a chance in both boys and girls to catch the Cougars if they lose two straight, but the Wildcats are two games down in the loss column.