Fiona O'Keeffe, sister of Olivia, won the 3,200 for Davis in 2016, and Nia Dorner of Cordova took the 400 in 2013.
The Denner sisters alone accounted for 28 points, good for second place and the strongest regional girls showing in history.
Maddy is off to Michigan, Elena to Notre Dame and O'Keeffe to Washington, so they're really just warming up.
Run, jump, slide, rush and surf through, over and under various obstacles through temples, exotic landscapes, bridges and subways while you collect precious gems, special powers and coins.
Maddy repeated in the grueling four-lap race in 98-degree temperatures, winning in 4 minutes, 42.77, a personal best, and her smile spoke of her relief and pride.
She used her patented kick with some 600 meters to go to overtake O'Keeffe, who was second in .69.
They chat before races, embrace after them and vow a lasting friendship through college and beyond.
On Saturday in the 100th CIF State championships at Veterans Memorial Stadium in the heart of the searing-hot valley, Maddy and Elena made history, and the girl Maddy and Elena beat in the 1,600-meter run and some three hours later in the 3,200 came away all the more impressed.