The Colts haven't lost since 1973
The Colts haven't lost a dual meet since 1973
The Ridge boys won three team titles and the meet merge, and Mendham was first in the girls merge
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The senior at Pingry, a FL National XC qualifier who has won multiple state titles, missed most of the track season last spring with a stress fracture.
Murphy was a Foot Locker XC finalist in his first season of XC last year, and won the 3,200 at the NJSIAA Indoor Meet of Champions last winter
Rob Napolitano and Tim Gorman also go Sub 4. Megan Mansy won the women's elite mile.
McLaughlin, Hall, Gardner, and Ali also earned a spot on the World Championship team
Orji won her fourth straight women's triple jump title and Mattis won the men's discus as both qualified for the IAAF World Championship
Monica and Isabel Hebner starred at NJ's Northern Highlands High School.
The rising redshirt senior smashed the University of Michigan school record with titanic throw of 69-4.75.
Lewnes starred at Randolph High and Cornell.
Vanriele was second in the girls 800 and Dolan fourth in the boys mile
The senior at Warren Hills ran 16:34.66 at the New Balance Nationals on Friday
The star senior at Hopewell Valley won the 1,600-meter run in 4:09.14.
The senior at Ramapo won the 100m hurdles in 13.58 after a 13.55 in the trials.
The senior at St. Augustine was attempting to become the first to ever win the 400 and 110m hurdles.
He won the 100 in 10.53 and the 200 in 20.74 to give him eight M of C titles in his legendary career.
The Warren Hills senior ran 10:15.82, No. 6 all-time in state history
Berberena gets it done on one of the biggest stages of the year!
There are four boys state records still standing that were set at the Meet of Champions.
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