Week 3 Results, Highlights, Coverage Board

Time for another full weekend of action, follow along with everything from week 3 right here. The meet links will send you to their full results when posted and most meets that haven't happened will have meet information and entries. 

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Results and Coverage

Quick notes and highlights will be posted below as the weekend progresses, if a full recap comes out for a meet that will be linked as well. 

Monday, 4/15

  • The Piscataway boys and Pope John girls  won the team titles at the 13th annual meet held at East Stroudsburg University.
  • Pope John was led by Bridget McNally, who won the long jump with a NJ#3 17-11, finished first in the 200m in an NJ#10 25.63, and placed second in the 400 in 58.95. 
  • Pope John also received runner-up finishes from Emma Myer in the 3,200 (11:26.50) and from Teja Brown in the triple jump (NJ#3 36-7 1/2).  
  • Christian White led a 1-2-4 finish for Piscataway in the boys long jump with a winning leap of 21-11 1/4, and he also placed third in the 100m (11.31).  
  • The Piscataway boys rocked the relays, winning the 4x100 (NJ#10 43.31) and 4x400 (NJ#5 3:25.95) and placing second in the 4x800 (8:19.53). 
  • Jadyn Terry also had a strong meet for Piscataway, placing third in the 300m hurdles (40.42), and second in the high jump (5-10)
  • Kayla Hudson of Livingston won the girls 100m hurdles in 15.37, and placed fourth in the 300m hurdles (49.86). 

Friday and Saturday, 4/19 and 4/20

  • The Howell girls and Marlboro boys captured the team titles in Kearny
  • The Kearny boys ran a NJ#2 1:01.14, just .01 behind state leader Rahway (1:01.13)
  • Bryanna Wilson of Howell had the top throws in the shot put (41-11) and discus (111-5)
  • St. Peter's Prep burned a NJ#1 3:31.49 SMR, and finished first in the 4x100 (43.58) and 4x200 (NJ#10 1:30.25). 
  • Meghan O'Malley split 14.9 in the shuttles, 59.2 in the 4x400, cleared 5-2 in the HJ and went 37-4 1/2 in the TJ to lead the Randolph girls to the team title, 74-51 over runner-up Morris Hills.
  • Abby Loveys of Randolph split 2:18.0 and 2:17.3 on the winning 4x800 and SMR .
  • The Morris Knolls boys picked up wins in the shuttle hurdles and triple jump on the way to a 84-74 victory over runner-up Morris Hills
  • Hillsborough won the girls javelin and Ridge placed second in that event on Monday (the javelin was ppd. from Saturday) to forge a 120-120 tie as the two squads shared the team title.   
  • The Ridge boys placed fourth in the javelin to secure the team title, 88-83 over runner-up Montgomery
  • Pingry girls equal the Somerset County record in the SMR with a NJ#1 4:07.66 (Franklin ran 4:07.6 in 1992). Nicole Vanasse anchored in 2:15 and change for Pingry.