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Congratulations to all the team champions this past weekend, 13 to be exact. Here is a quick look at every championship. A link to the full list of results specific to that team linked with each school below as well.
- Full Results from Group Championships
- Watch Race Videos from Groups 1, 4, NPB
- Watch Race Videos from Groups 2, 3, NPA
- The Very Best Individual and Relay Performances from Groups
Every Group Team Championship
Willingboro won its first state title since 2003 with a 91-48 victory over Clayton. It's the 13th state title for Willingboro, the fourth most in boys state history. Willingboro has now won a state title in every Group (Groups 1,3,4 outdoors) and Group 2 indoors). It's probably the only team in state history that has accomplsihed that feat.
Rumson-Fair Haven Girls
Rumson put an exclamation point on its first outright title ever by winning the 4x400. Rumson, which outscored Haddonfield, 60-39, won its only other state title came in 2008 when it shared the championship with Ewing. Lily Orr was second in the 100 and 400, and anchored the winning 4x400 for Rumson..
Deptford won the meet-concluding 4x400 relay to rally past Hopewell Valley to win its first state title ever. Naseem Smith repeated as champion in the 110 hurdles for Deptford by running a PR and NJ#3 13.98.
Winslow kept the longest winning streak in the state rolliing by outscoring Ramapo 72-52 to win its seventh straight title and eighth overall. Winslow's winning streak is the longest for any public school girls team, and is tied for the second longest in state history. Only Notre Dame ( 1993-2000) had a longer streak with eight in a row.
Franklin Township Boys
Franklin edged defending champion Princeton, 44-43, for it second title in three years and its third overall. Mario Heslop won the 100, 200, and 400 for Franklin
Millville & Rancocas Valley Girls
Millville and Rancocas Valley each scored 54 points to earn a share of the championship, the first state title for both teams. At the SJ sectionals, Millville edged Rancocas Valley by one point!
Union Catholic Girls
Mater Dei Prep Boys
Mater Dei won its third straight title and 10th overall, which tied for the eight most state titles among boys teams. Mater Dei outscored Holy Spirit, 124-83
Morris Catholic Girls
Morris Catholic captured its third straight and seventh overall, 122-60 over St. Dominic Academy. Kate McAndrew won three individual events, they won the 4x1 and 4x4, and Danielle Mills took home two golds and a third place medal in the throws.