Robert Enck of Lawrenceville School winning the 800m at 1:55.62.
Page, a senior, continued her torrid start to the season by winning the girls 100-meter dash in 12.06 and the 200m in 24.64. Page leads the state in both the 100 (12.02) and 200 (24.17).
The UC girls, who came into the meet with a NJ#1 3:51.87 in the 4x400, blasted a 3:57.84 to finish first in the 4x400 to help the Vikings win the team title.
McGrath unloaded a PR of 129-11 to win the girls javelin and take over the state lead
Dennisha Page Winning the 100m Dash Final
The Union Catholic girls had a big day.
On its march to the team title, UC picked up wins from Abby Granrath in the 3,200 (11:30.69), Alexandra Kwasnik in the high jump (5-5), and A'Liyah Thomas in the long jump (16-8). Also for UC, Sydney Tucker placed second in the 200 in a NJ#3 24.90, Felicia Quainno was second in the 100 hurdles in a NJ#5 14.87, Morant finished fourth in the 400 (a NJ#2 57.15), Khamil Evans was sixth in the 400 (58.02), Jerika Lufrano placed fourth in the 800 in 2:17.17, and Hope Handlin was second in the pole vault with a PR and NJ#2 11-3.
In the boys competition, Union Catholic, second in the team standings (93-73 behind Haverford), won the 4x400 in a NJ#2 3:23.25. UC's splits were 52.6 by Connor Cooper, 50.8 from Myles Plummer, 50.3 from Tyhir Jones, and 49.5 from indoor Meet of Champions 800 winner Elijah Brown. Brown was also second in the 400 in a NJ#2 49.62.
Also in the boys competition, Elijah Abraham of Union Catholic placed second in the 110m hurdles in 15.52, Obadare Animashaun of Union Catholic finished second in the pole vault (12-6) and fourth in the 100M (15.81), Matt Axt of Union Catholic was fifth in the long jump (20-0 1/4), Union Catholic was fifth in the 4x800 (8:42.55), Plummer was second in the 1,600 in 4:28.24, Lawrenceville was ninth in the 4x100 (47.01).