The NJSIAA Boys Meet of Champions kicks off at 10:00am, you can follow along with updates right here as well as watch LIVE on FloTrack. Full results will go up after each event on the meet page and after the competition is over expect photos, interviews, videos, recaps, and more! Good luck to everyone competing.
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- Meet of Champions History
- State Season Coverage So Far
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Full results after each event thanks to the JBAC Bubble Timers.
400 Meter Dash - State Rankings
9:56 a.m. Here we go. First heat is headed on the track
Here comes defending champ Mario Heslop!!!
I had around 49.5 for Heslop, wh wins his 2nd straight title. One down for the Franklin star, who will be attempting history today. He wil try to win the 400, 200 and 55 dash, something no one has ever done.
Officially it's 49.57 for Heslop. Zach Murray of Haddonfield gets 2nd in 49.80.
Heslop eased up over the last 15 meters or so. He has 3 more races to run. The 55 dash trials, the 200 and then the dash final.
1600 Meter Run - State Rankings
10:05 a.m. 3 heats.
Devin Hart is not running this. He'll focus a fast 3,200.
Tim McInerney of CBA, 2nd in the 1,600 at the outdoor M of C, is the favorite here. Look out for Jack Stanley of Mendham and Will Baginski of Ridgewood.
Here we go. Seeded heat
McInerney goes to the front. 63. for first 400.
Stanley takes over with a big move and leads at 800 in 2:08.7.
Stanley leads at 1,200 in 3:12.9with Baginski and McInerney right on his heels.
Baginski makes huge move on 7th lap and leads at the bell.
Baginksi wins in 4:12.90!!!!! That's NJ#2 and US #18 this season and No. 6 in meet history!!!!!!
GET UR WILL BAGINSKI KICK ON-
29.7 for the lst 200 for Baginski!!!! 60.1 last 400!!!!
Stanley 2nd with a PR of 4:15.25. Francis Martingale of Memorial got third overall with a big PR of 4:15.58 out of an unseeded heat.
What a HUGE win for Baginski, who missed most of the spring season with a stress fracture.
800 Meter Run - State Rankings
10:49 a.m. First heat is off.
Elijah Brown of Union Catholic makes a huge move to grab lead just before the bell and no one can catch him. Brown wins in 1:53.98, a HUGE PR and No. 2 in NJ this season. Liggins is 2nd in 1:54.10.
200 Meter Dash - State Rankings
Heslop is on the track again
Heslop wins in 21.82!!! He's one win away from history. Can he do it??? He doesn't have much time before the dash final.
55 Meter Hurdles - State Rankings
YOWZAA!! Defending champ Sincere Rhea of St. Augustine goes 7.25 in the trials, that's No. 4 in meet history!!!!!! The meet record of 7.19 is in big trouble!!!
11:13 a.m. Here comes Rhea!!!! How low will he go????
RHEA WINS!!! Waiting on the time!
Rhea wins in 7.22, tied for No. 3 in meet history. He's the first repeat winner since Sultan Tucker of Delsea in 1996-97 and just the 5th boy to win 2 in a row.
55 Meter Dash - State Rankings
HOLY SMOKES!!! Louis Akpadago of Hamilton North JUST WENT 6.38 IN THE TRIALS TO TIE THE MEET RECORD!!!
AKPADAGO WINS THE DASH FINAL in 6.38!! HE TIES THE MEET RECORD AGAIN!!!
Heslop is second in 6.41. Heslop had just 11 minutes and 28 seconds of recovery time between the 200 and the dash final.
Heslop comes so close again to the 55, 200, 400 triple. Last year, he also won the 200 and 400 and was second in the 55 dash. He said he will try to make history again outdoors at the M of C by trying to become the first boy to ever win the 100, 200, and 400 at the same M of C. I wouldn't bet against him.
Heslop, a senior, now owns 6 M of C titles-he won the 100 and 400 last spring to with his back-to-back 200/400 indoor doubles.
3200 Meter Run - State Rankings
It's Devin Hart time. Meet record of 8:58.81 could go down!!!
Hart and Liam Murphy go out fast. 4:28.8 at the 1,600 with Hart leading by a step.
MURPHY WINS AN INSTANT ALL-TIME CLASSIC!!!!! THE GREATEST 2-MILE IN STATE INDOOR HISTORY!!!
MEET RECORD 8:54.22 FOR MURPHY!!!!!!! HART 2ND IN 8:54.45!!!!!!
THE BUBBLE IS ABOUT TO BURST IN HERE!!
Murphy passed Hart right before the line to win.
Murphy's 8:54.22 is US#1 this season AND NO. 2 IN STATE HISTORY!!! HART'S 8:54.45 is US#2 THIS SEASON AND NO. 3 IN STATE HISTORY!!!!
4x400 Meter Relay - State Rankings
WESTFIELD WINS!!! GET UR BLUE DEVILS ON!!!!
Westfield wins A GREAT UNION COUNTY BATTLE IN THE 4X400 IN 3:24.29!!!! Elizabeth is 2nd in 3:24.42.
Westfield's Jake Saltzer passed Elizabeth in the final straight to get the win.
First time Westfield has never won the 4x400.
Sr. Ajay Olson - 51.3
Sr. Steve Zucker-51.4
Sr. Matt McIntyre 52.1
Sr. Jake Saltzer - 49.4.
4x800 Meter Relay - State Rankings
RIDGE WINS THE 4x800 with a meet record 7:56.49
Ridge's splits were 1:56.4 for Sr. Ryan Lindrud, 2:01.2 for Jr. Alex Sargen, 1:59.0 for Soph. Will Pinto, and 1:59.9 for Soph. Luke Roberts.
Pole Vault - State Rankings
In a great 3-way battle, Liam Landau of Pascack Hills wins on misses at 15-6. Landau made 15-6 on his first attempt.
Brad Jelmert of Watchung Hills was second and Simon Schenk of Princeton third as they both cleared 15-6 also.
High Jump - State Rankings
Shot Put - State Rankings
Brendan Loftus of Red Bank wins on his final throw with a 56-7!!!!
Kyle Lipscomb of Linden, the favorite, is 2nd with a 56-1 1/2.
Connor Sweeny of Livingston threw 11-10 in the wheelchair shot put showcase.
Long Jump - State Rankings
This event took place on Thursday night due to conflicts with the track and required runway. For the boys Nils Wildberg of Princeton took home the first ever indoor long jump title with a mark of 23-04. Read the full recap right here.