The records for Greystone's new course got shattered once again when Colin Logsdon of Chatham, and the NJ #4 Randolph girls and NJ # 9 Mendham boys burned up the place at Wednesday's Morris County Championships.
Logsdon, who is having a remarkable breakout senior season, won the boys race in a personal best 15:31 to break the former course record of 15:32 set by Chris Romero of Voorhees at the Stewart Memorial Invitational last month. Logsdon was sixth at the county meet last year.
In the team competition, the Randolph girls ran a course record average 18:59 and defeated Mount Olive, 50-78, to capture its second straight title. Randolph has now won a record nine country XC titles overall.
Junior Abby Loveys led the charge for Randolph, which went 1-3-6-11-29, by winning her second straight title in 17:50. The undefeated Loveys set the course record of 17:36 when she won the NJAC Large School title last week.
In the boys team race, Mendham ran a course record average 16:01 and defeated Morris Hills, 51-75, for its second title and first since 2011.
As usual, Mendham used a superior frontal assault to win as its top three runners came across the line before the No. 1 runner for Morris Hills. Mendham went 2-3-7-12-27. Mendham's Jack Stanley and Jack Jennings each ran 15:34 to go 2-3.