This was en route to their eighth straight team county title.
This was Hayes' opening race for individual competition this season after previously participating on some successful relays.
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On Friday night at the John Bennett Indoor Complex in Toms River Niamh Hayes of Howell won the Monmouth County 1600 meter championship with an indoor PR and NJ#2 time of 5:04.14. This was Hayes' opening race for individual competition this season after previously participating on some successful relays. Photo Album by Mae KellertMaking the time even more impressive is that the victory came after being sick and out of school the two days prior. This isn't her first county championship either, she won the 3200 meter event two straight years in 2015 and 2016 and plans on returning focus to that distance as the season moves along.After missing last year's state season due to illness she has her eyes set on competing well at the NJSIAA level. Before she had to bow out early in 2016 she had an undefeated season going with three wins in the 3200 meter and one in the 1600 meter. Her last indoor victory came at Sectionals where she ran an 11:11.61. Hayes was fifth at the 2016 spring Meet of Champions in the 3200 meter with a 10:37.72 and finished sixth at the Meet of Champions this past cross country season. Top Six Finishers - Full Results GIRLS 1,600 METER RUN FINALSPLACEATHLETETEAMRESULTWINDH#1Niamh Hayes12Howell HS5:04.1412Madison Brand11Middletown South HS5:09.0313Colleen Megerle10Colts Neck HS5:09.6114Amanda Stone10Monmouth Reg. HS5:09.6315Rachel Kenny11Matawan Reg. HS5:14.3616Nora Honrath12St. John Vianney HS5:17.841
Watch CBA Finish 1-2-3 in the Monmouth 3200 MeterFull Results | Photo Album by Mae Kellert | VideosPart of the Christian Brother's Academy boys' seventh straight team title on Friday at Monmouth County Championships was the impressive 1-2-3 finish in the 3200 meter run. Led by Brian Hill who finished first at 9:34.61 NJ#4 and then Noah Yuro 9:36.65 NJ#6 and Genaro Anzalone 9:41.54 NJ#10 in second and third the boys in blue amassed 24 points of their 94.5 total in this event alone. This was Brian Hill's first county championship, and as a junior he'll have a chance to repeat in 2018. CBA's team win was a well rounded attack. In the sprints and hurdles Tim Jacoutot finished second in both the 55 meter hurdles 7.71 NJ#10 and 400 meter dash 51.50. To finish the meet the 4x400 meter team, made up of their secondary squad, earned third with 3:38.89. Adding more points in the distance was Colin Trigani who placed third in the 1600 meter run with a 4:24.33 NJ#5 and Tim McInerney second in the 800 meter running 2:01.32. Onto the field, John Healy led the team in the pole vault clearing 13-0 for second and Kyle Foltz jumped the 6-0 bar for fifth in the high jump. Lastly in the shot put CBA was led by Dan Mead in second with a mark of 54-0.25 NJ#8. You can view their full team performance breakdown here. Top 12 Finishers - Full Results BOYS 3,200 METER RUN FINALSPLACEATHLETETEAMRESULTWINDH#1Brian Hill11Christian Brothers Academy9:34.6112Noah Yuro12Christian Brothers Academy9:36.6513Genaro Anzalone12Christian Brothers Academy9:41.6514Matthew Schaefer11Colts Neck HS9:42.7115Ryan Humelsine12Red Bank Reg. HS9:42.9116Matt Kole12Freehold Twp HS9:45.5117William Spector11Manalapan HS9:48.2018Luke Reid10Christian Brothers Academy9:48.2119Dan Dombrowiecki11Ocean Twp. HS10:04.12210Tyler Schwinn10Red Bank Reg. HS10:04.38111Marc Bakia11Howell HS10:04.77212Donavan Hackley12Raritan HS10:12.122