There seems to be something special about running under the twilight.
Here is this week's New Jersey high school track and field schedule.
As we announced last week this is a new feature on the site that ranks past New Jersey high school stars based on their college times and marks this season.
Check out the list of college commitments from our New Jersey track and field and cross country athletes.
Grade by grade leaderboards as well as links to full rankings for each event.
Here is our results and coverage board from Week 2 of the season along with highlights from each meet.
All of our performances that met the MileSplit National Elite Standards.
Awesome early season performances for our New Jersey athletes here.
1,800 images from Saturday's Metuchen Relays.
They already hold the state lead with a 1:01.69 from Rebel Relays opening weekend.
Check out some of these times and marks! Only two weeks into the season and these rankings are already beefing up.
Relive the action from Saturday's showdown in Hazlet, NJ.
Boys and girls top 25 in each field event.
The State's top ten in each major relay track event.
This meet was moved up a day due to the weather forecast for Saturday. It is now taking place Friday, April 6th at 2:30pm.
Our returning jumpers and vaulters and their progression month to month from last spring.
We'll keep an eye on schedule changes due to the coming weather this weekend.
We rank the top 20 in each event for graduates from New Jersey competing in college.
The individual results finally arrived. Keep and eye out for freshman Alianna Eucker!
Here are the upcoming meets for week 2 of the 2018 spring season.
The season is young but there were still some great week 1 performances thrown down.
Over seven months ago the Fair Lawn junior and his family found themselves involved in a horrific car accident.
On Saturday during the Raider Relays at Hillsborough HS Paul Brennan showed he is well ahead of schedule compared to his previous seasons in the discus.
Here are some highlights and all of the results and coverage from week 1.
Here are all the New Jersey performances that met the MileSplit National Elite Standard last week.
Nickolas Mirabelli moved up to fourth all-time in state history with his mark of 220-10 at the Rebel Relays on Saturday, watch the throw here.
Find out right here with our month by month throwing progression sheets for our 2017 returners.
On Thursday McLaughlin, a freshman at the University of Kentucky, ran the fourth fastest World Junior 200 meter all-time with a 22.39.
This is the last weekend without New Jersey track and field this spring!
All of the NJSIAA meet pages have been opened for online registration. You can enter early and seeds will periodically be updated for you.