Check out some of the biggest events in Meet of Champions history.
Take a look at all 18 events at Saturday's 51st meet at Northern Burlington High School
A very deep look at the best boys performances in Meet of Champions history
A very deep look at the best girls performances in Meet of Champions history.
The two distance running stars want their finals races in NJ to be memorable.
The Winslow, Union Catholic, and Morris Catholic girls plus Delsea, CBA, and Mater Dei boys repeated as champions.
Coker, Hendy, Gentles, and Bell combined on the victory for West Side
Tierra Hooker of Timber Creek is the first girl in meet history to go 19-0 and 5-10.
The freshman cleared 5-6 to win the State Group 2 high jump title on Saturday
Multi-event star Alicia Campbell of Snyder qualified for two M of C events before injury
Another big showdown in Group 3.
The meet is being held at Central Regional High School
What a race!
They both won state titles with the two best jumps in the state this season
Dennisha Page of Woodrow Wilson burns up the track at Central Regional on Friday
The senior at West Side took three great attempts at 7-0
The Groups 2-3-A Championships are being held at Central Regional
The Groups 2-3-A meet is at Central Regional and Groups 1-4-B meet is at Franklin High School.
All six shot putters from Rahway advanced to the State Group 2 Championships
40 sectional team champions were crowned ths past week
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