Cheltenham senior Chanel Brissett, one of the nation's top runners, finished her Penn Relays high school career in style as the Panthers set a new-event record in the girls' 4x100 Tri-State race.

"This is my last Penn Relays," said Brissett, who will attend the University of Southern California next year. "It's a scary feeling. I've really had some great times here. I'm going to miss my team."

The team of Bria Barnes, Giani Fleming, Alexis Crosby, and Brissett finished in 45.94 seconds. Cheltenham already owned the previous record of 46.36, which was set last season.

Although Brissett's Penn Relays days are done, Crosby will likely return next season.

"It's amazing," the junior said of the atmosphere. "The crowd, we just fed off their energy. The [temperature] was wonderful. It's just an amazing place to be and an amazing place to run."

Souderton's Shamar Jenkins finished fourth in the boys' triple-jump championship with a distance of 48 feet, 111/2 inches. Jamaica's Tevin Dunn, from Munro College, finished first at 49-91/4.

St. Joseph's Prep's Miles Green finished fifth in the boys' 400-meter hurdles championship in 53.10.

Penn Charter's team of Chris Tucker (51.29), Dylan Burnett (51.23), Marcellus Poland (50.86), and Akeem Blake (50.68) won the Inter-Ac 4x400 in 3:24.05.

St. Joseph's Prep held off La Salle to win the 4x400 in the Catholic League. The team of Robert Dupell (50.27), Stephen McClellan (50.04), Calvin Willie (50.20), and Green (47.61) finished in 3:18.11.

Imhotep set a school record and won the Public League 4x400 title in 3:22.75, narrowly besting Overbrook, which finished in 3:23.69. Imhotep's team consisted of Christian Brunson, Sam Cole, Tyrone Phillips, and Kristian Marche.

Coatesville's squad of Jayland Washington, Eric Kirk, Aaron Young, and Terrance Laird took second place in the 4x100 large-schools finale in 42.12. Jamaica's Wolmer's boys finished first in 41.71 seconds.

Neumann-Goretti took first place in the girls' 4x400 Philadelphia area finals. The team of Eliza Brooks (57.37), Mykayla Perry (55.41), Ariana Ruffin (55.96), and Sydni Townsend (54.89) finished in 3:43.61. Penn Wood's Janae Pitt (56.68), Elicia Moore (57.53), Kyra Carroll (57.02), and Terri Turner (54.35) were second in 3:45.57. North Penn's squad of Mikaela Vlasic (59.11), Kathleen Stevenson (59.19), Natalie Kwortnik (56.97), and Uchechi Nwogwugwu (52.88) finished fourth in 3:48.14.