Twin sister Sydney Rhodes anchored the 4x200 team and 4x400 teams to victory in 1:52.26 and 4:32.0.
The Mustangs's Lena Sharesky won the triple jump, 32-2 1/2; Kathy Kammerer, the vault, 9-0; Bethany Riley, high jump, 4-10; and Kelly O'Neill, 3200, 12:39.75.
Jimmia McCluskey won three events to lead Aberdeen to third place. She took the 100 in 12.83, 200 in 25.57 and long jump at 17-3 in a 1-2 finish with Cierra Reid. Tatiana Gomez won the discus for the Eagles at 98-4.
The next four places in the eight-team field went to Cecil County teams. Perryville, winner of the 4x800 in 10:43.41, placed fourth with 66.5 points.
Perryville boys win easily
In the boys' competition, Perryville scored 192 to easily outdistance second-place Bo Manor by 74 points. The Panthers won three individual events: Shawn Montz in the 300 hurdles, 44.44; Brian Matthews, high jump, 5-10; and Taylor DiMauro, vault, 11-0. They also captured the 4x200 relay in 1:36.23 and 4x100 in 46.01.
Ty Franks, Bo Manor's outstanding freshman distance runner, won the 1600 by 11 seconds 4:37.23. He won the 800 in 2:05.33 by a smaller margin of 1.9 seconds over Tech's Justin Morris. Bo Manor won three other events to place second. Chandler Brooks took the 3200 in 10:23.37; Elijah Dryden won the 100 in 12.02; and the 4x800 team won in 8:46.29.
C. Milton Wright placed third with 102 points. Matt Riggins won the 200 in 24.29 and ran a leg on the 4x400 team, which won in 3:42.41.
Fourth placed went to Bel Air, with victories by Roberto Ascenzi in the 400, 53.71, and Chris Davis in the triple jump, 40-3.
North East finished fifth. Godfrey Durham won the shot put at 50-4, 6 inches farther than Perryville's Daryl Johnson, and Matt Bond won the discus at 146-8.
Dennis Pink took the long jump at 19-4 1/4, pacing Harford Tech's sixth-place finish. Kion Gibson won the 110 hurdles in 16.35, as his Aberdeen team finished seventh.