Trethaway broke her second meet record by running 10:19.37 in 3,200m to top Westley on Saturday.
Joyner and Mubeen Momodu both surpassed the meet record in TJ with NJ#1/NJ#2 marks.
The senior at West Side tied the meet record
The junior at West Morris eedged Westley and ran the NJ#1 time in the state this season
The senior at Woodrow Wilson is 5th girl in state history to run under 11.70 and 55.00
The junior at Pingry has won the multiple state titles on the track and in cross-country
The senior at Roselle is NJ#2 in the HH and NJ#6 in the 400 IH
Tucker, Hayles, and Lipscomb Jr. were double winners and three NJ#1 times were run
The sophomore at Johnson cleared 5-6 1/2 to break the meet record of 5-6
The Elizabeth boys and Union Catholc girls are the defending champions
The senior star at Randolph ran 10:10.24 to take down 36 year-old state record
Jacob Leigh of Scotch Plains ran 48.02 and Gabriel Nash of Elizabeth 48.03 at Union County Championships
Joe Cranley of Highland Park won the GMC 1600m on Tuesday in 4:18.25.
Hanover Park's Hikmat Sabeh PR's by nearly five feet to win the TJ on the opening day of Morris Championships
The 2018 Meet of Champions 100m dash winner has been sidelined with a hamstring injury.
Several NJ natives turned in impressive performances at conference championships.
All three sprinters own NJ#1 times this season
The senior at Scotch Plains turned in a remarkable performance at the Union County Conf. meet.
Rhea smashed the meet record with his victory on Saturday at the Glenn D. Loucks Games in N.Y.
Santa Cruz went over 200 in the javelin, Muccio edged O'Shea in red hot 400h clash
Dayton swept titles, and the UC girls, Linden boys and Kent Place girls all won
The Randolph girls and Morris Knolls boys won the Large School team titles
Westley finished just off her PR and NJ#1 time of 10:29.51
The Colts had a five-man 1,600 average of 4:15.07 and its four-man total was sub 17 minutes
NJ legends Edward Cheserek, Marty Liquori, and Robby Andrews head the Sub 4 list.
The freshman from Bridgewater-Raritan ran 4:17.57 at the Skyland Conf. Championships.
Sincere Rhea of St. Augustine highlights.
Union Catholic swept the team titles last year
The senior from Oakrest threw a bomb of 168-6, which is No. 1 in the nation this season
Union Catholic won the girls team title, and the UC boys placed second.