NJ MileSplit will provide live updates all day from the Shore Coaches Invitational at Holmdel Park
The Morristown girls won the merge, and the Morristown boys were 2nd on the merge to Pearl River (N.Y.)
Abby Loveys continued to torch the trails, Sebastien Reed ran the fastest time of the day and of his career, and the Indian Hills girls, NJ #3 Colts Neck girls, and Ocean City boys turned in the top team performances.
The North Hunterdon and Oratory boys, and Metuchen and Summit girls won the team titles.
Reyden Davies and Nikhila Obbineni took the individual titles at the Red Division meet
The Cherry Hill East boys swept the top three spots, and Steidle ran a PR to win the girls race
Olivia Mandella placed 2nd to lead Holy Angeles to a runner-up finish
Liam Murphy smashed the meet record at Thompson Park Class Meet Saturday.
Hart and Westley ran the fastest times of the day in their season debuts, and CBA went 1-2-3 at the Bowdoin Park Classic
Julia Tambaro of Rumson captured the girls individual at the St. Dominic Invitational at Lincoln Park
Colin Kane of Delsea ran the fastest time of the meet to highlight a big day for NJ at the Briarwood Invitational.
NJ #10 Cherokee captured the boys B Division at the Suffern Invitational on Saturday in Bear Mountain, N.Y.
NJ #2 Haddonfield averaged 13:20 on the 2.5 mile course
The Ramsey boys and Demarest girls were also winners at the Back to the Mountain Invitational
The Point Pleasant Boro All-American plans to take just three official college visits.
At PTXC 10, Jack Stanley spearheaded the Mendham attack by placing third n 15:55
Julia Trethaway ran 17:41.2 to break course record, and James Glockenmeier scored the biggest win of his career at the Roxbury Invit.
Loveys ran 17:27.6 win the girls race and Pope John averaged 17:02 to win the boys Division 1 title in Warwick Valley N.Y.
The nationally renown New Jersey program continues to win inside the state, and it's pacing toward 400 straight duel wins
Christian Brothers Academy, which hasn't lost a dual meet since 1973, opened its season Friday with wins over Middletown South and Freehold Boro
Tim McInerney, who had had a breakout junior year, is one of the leaders of CBA's potent attack
After winning the last two Outdoor Meet of Champions titles in the 3,200m, the senior at Warren Hills is determined to win her first XC Meet of Champions title this fall.
The only meet in NJ to run under the lights didn't generate enough interest after location was changed.
The rising junior from Trenton won the 400, 800, and 1500 and placed 2nd in the 200
NJ's only XC night meet has moved out of Freedom Park and will be at Greystone if enough teams enter
Wilson, Thompson, Hall, Mahoney and Pagano will compete for Team USA at the NACAC Senior Championships in Toronto
The former star at Union Catholic had one of the greatest freshman years in NCAA history at Kentucky
Wilson qualified for the World Junior Championships in the hammer, discus and shot put
Peralta won in NJ #5 all-time 1:49.10 and Maher was second in NJ #6 all-time 1:49.16.
Santamaria, Johnson, Lad, and Kulkarni combined for the fastest time in 45 years!