Live Results from the NJSIAA Meet of Champions

Today some will be closing historic chapters, others fortifying their place among the elite, and a few gaining valuable experience for future titles. Today is the New Jersey Meet of Champions, where the best in track and field collide. Good luck, fast times, far marks, and high heights to all competing. Congratulations on yet another amazing season. - NJ MileSplit

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Quick notes and updates will be posted below, when full results are available after each event they will be posted on the meet page. We will have photos and video interviews going up after the meet so make sure to check back this whole weekend! Meet is set to go off at 2:00 pm. 


Girls Pole Vault - Leah Saifi of Governor Livingston gets the win on jumps in a talented field at 12-06. Three other girls cleared that height!

Boys Pole Vault - Jason Mezhibovsky of Nothern Valley Demarest clears 14-06 for the win in his first MOCs appearance. Five boys all cleared that height in a crazy Saturday of vaulting. 

Boys Long Jump - Ja'Sir Taylor of Brick Twp wins the long jump with a 23-08.50. 

Girls Triple Jump - Bonvie Fosam of Robbinsville jumps a PR of 39-09! Just out leaping Samantha Lopes of Wallkill Valley 39-07.25. 

Girls Discus - Alyssa Wilson of Donovan Catholic breaks the meet record and throws 168-01!

Boys 3200m - Sophomore Devin Hart of Pt. Pleasant Boro runs away from the field to take the win in 9:05.49.

Girls 3200m - Alexa Westley of Warren Hills comes out of nowhere to take the win in 10:35.41.

Boys 200m - Martin Booker Jr takes the 200m title running 21.57. 

Girls 200m - Shakira Dancy of Winslow Twp 24.14 wins her second straight!

Boys 800m - Rey Rivera runs to a 1:49.96 to win his third straight Meet of Champs title 

Girls 800m - Victoria Vanriele of Governor Livingston breaks her own freshman state record running 2:08.18. 

Girls 400m - Sydney McLaughlin wins by over three seconds 51.91 

Boys 400m - Brandon Outlaw of Moorestown gets the win at 47.05. 

Boys Discus - Jordan West continues his quest for a double win at MOCs with a 189-09 in the discus. 

Boys Triple Jump - Upset alert! Khaliel Burnett of Delsea earns the W in the Triple Jump 48-09.50. 

Boys 110 H - Poole gets his second gold of the day with a 14.04, 14.03 in the prelims. 

Girls 100 H - Lenaami Morton of Camden HS wins a hard fought race with Amaya Chadwick of Union Catholic 13.84 to 13.86. 

Boys 100m - Jonathan Taylor of Salem powers his way to victory defending his title at 10.64, Mario Heslop not far behind running 10.68. 

Girls 100m - Bria Mack of Williamstown runs 11.77 to win her second straight 100m MOC title, 11.60 in prelims. We'll have to see if she wants to come back for the 200m. 

Girls Javelin - Rachel Kern of Howell finishes her state season career with a 145-04 win at MOCs. 

Girls Long Jump - Nyamekye Opoku-Agyemang of Union wins the long jump with a mark of 19-10.50. 

Girls Shot - Alyssa Wilson tosses a 54-00.25 to defend her MOCs title.  

Girls 4x100 - The Summit girls take the win running 47.07, a .20 lead over the field. 

Boys 4x100 - Franklin storms back late to take the win in a tough heat. 

Unified 4x100 - Won by Hamilton West. 

Boys HJ - We've crowned a high jump champion. Stephen Staklinski of Freehold Twp hit a PR of 6-10! Ties NJ#1

Wheelchair Javelin and Wheelchair Shot Put - Miguel Jimenez-Vergara wins his second and third events of the day! 

Girls 1600m What a finish in the girls 1600m! Rachel Vick makes a final push to the line to out lean Ellie DiMarcello both at 4:52.69!

Boys 1600m Elliot Gindi of Ocean Twp with a late surge goes on to win the 1600m running 4:09.14.

Boys 110m Hurdles Trials - Girls 110m Hurdles Trials - Cory Poole runs 14.03, Lenaami Morton of Camden 14.04, both lead the way to the finals. 

1600 Meter Wheelchair - Miguel Jimenez-Vergara of Notre Dame repeats with a time of 4:08.03. 

Boys 100m Trial Results - Girls 100m Trial Results - Bria Mack, 11.58, and Mario Heslop, 10.44 lead the way into finals. 

Girls 400HSydney McLaughlin runs her final HS 400H on NJ soil, finished well ahead with a 56.97.

Boy 400H - Cory Poole of East Orange runs away with it, running a new meet record of 50.72! That time is .01 off current US #1. Boaz Madeus of Nottingham takes second in 52.25.