The Villanova-bound star ran a NJ No. 12 all-time and US No. 10 time this season in the two-mile in Virginia.
Lots of NJ stars dropped red hot times at the East Coast Invitational this past weekend at the Virginia Beach Sports Center.
The junior at Hamilton North has burned five NJ No. 1 times, and has run the No. 6 time in state history in the 200m this winter.
Whittle won the 200m and was third in the 60m, and the Sharpe triplets teamed up to win the 4x200 in Virginia.
The senior at Paulsboro ran the No. 5 time in NJ history earlier this month at the VA Showcase.
Clifton led the girls XC team at Middletown South to a state title, and the No. 3 ranking in the state in 2019.
The senior at Piscataway won the LJ at the VA Showcase with a 24-3.25, No. 2 in the nation this season.
The freshman from Trenton ran a world-leading 2:01.07 in the 800 for Texas A&M on Saturday, No. 5 in NCAA indoor history.
The Rutgers-bound star is one of the state's top sprinters and long jumpers
The graduate of Freehold Township was involved in a car accident that fractured his femur.
The 32 year-old ran from High Point to Cape May to bring the NJ running community together and raise money for the Road Runners Club of America.
The senior at Union Catholic won the long jump at the Indoor Meet of Champions last year.
The senior at Colts Neck is the No. 1 shot putter in New Jersey.
Jeff Capone, who has coached at Voorhees since 2014, is accused of suggesting to have a COVID party.
Wiser won a showdown with Charlotte Bednar and Sydney Masciarelli, and Bendtsen edged Gavin Sherry in a thriller.
The fastest 1-2-3 girls finish in course history, Bednar No. 2, Angelina Perez No. 4 all-time, Christina Allen, No. 13.
The 41-year-old, a member of the Fordham Hall of Fame, was an assistant track and field coach at Madison and a teacher in Rahway at the time of his death.
Several runners of all ages blasted personal best times on the lightning fast 5K course as a total of 545 runners and 27 teams competed.
Ridgewood, Mendham, Bernards, Colts Neck, Cherokee, and Haddonfield swept titles.
Coaches from all over NJ have weighed in on the NJSIAA's plan to cut out the state championships and move the season back.
Siblings Chris and Cate DeSousa led CBA and RBC to titles, and Trinity Hall and St. Rose captured crowns.
Barna, Ridge, Carlson, North Hunterdon Sparkled at North 2.
Cole Wassell ran the fifth fastest time in course history at DREAM PARK to lead the Highland boys to first in the merge.
Brady Shute of Gateway-Woodbury won the boys race in 16 minutes.
In one the fastest girls races in course history, Hamilton ran the 4th fastest time ever at Warinanco Park.
The Westfield boys have won five straight titles, and the Union Catholic girls wll defend their title at Wainanco Park
The 83rd annual meet is scheduled for today at Warinanco Park in Elizabeth
This was the first race in more than three weeks for Lakeland, which had its sports programs shut down for COVID-19 reasons.
The Newark Academy and Demarest boys, and River Dell and Park Ridge-Emerson girls also won titles at Garret Mountain.
Dramatic finishes and stunning victories ruled the day at Friday's Middlesex County Invitational.