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Ridge girls continue their dominate history at the state meets in this event. Defend their indoor 4x8 showcase title with a time of 9:17.78. That is paired with three straight outdoor titles at MOCs as well. Wow!
Kaira Brown wins the Meet of Champions! 57.00 from the Kent Place junior in what was a battle of a race. Rumson-Fair Haven sophomore Lily Orr second 57.30 and Aliyah Taylor of Rancocas Valley third 57.31, she has been a top three finisher for three years now.
Governor Livingston sophomore Victoria Vanriele defends her title winning the 800m at a smoking 2:08.81! That breaks the meet records of 2:10.45 held by Ajee' Wilson since 2009. She also takes down her own venue record for the Bubble. Also of note freshman Ryan Davi of Pingry second at 2:12.81!
Shauntae Nelson of Piscataway wins the 200m showcase running 25.13! She has been dropping some major time this month she had a big indoor PR of 25.16 at Eastnerns on the Amory track and now ran 25.13 today to win her first MOCs title.
Grace O'Shea from Ramapo wins the finals with a time of 8.08! At Groups her PR was an 8.30, she dropped that to an 8:19 at Easterns, and now an 8.08 what a month for this junior! Isabelle Dely of Paramus Catholic 2nd 8.14.
Nicole Vanasse 10:34.49 US#5! Big win against a talented field with Monica and Isabel Hebner second and third at 10:38 and 10:45.
Union Catholic keeps the streak alive for their fourth straight indoor MOCs title running 3:56.90.
Haley Horvath of Notre Dame completes an awesome season with major PRs. She vaulted 12-06 after a showdown with Ashley Preston of Delsea who was second at 12-06 on vaults. A year ago Horvath's best was 10-00.
Jenna Rogers clears 5-10 for the fourth time this season to win her first MOCs title. Tierra Hooker 2nd at 5-08.
Shelby Bigsby of Montclair throws 47-00 to win the shot put, AP Schalick's Zyra Thomas 45-05, and Emma Vasen of Ocean Twp 43-06.5 for third. All three already ranked top 10 in the nation this season.