The wild cards for the Meet of Champions has been released.
It all comes down to this! Follow along with the NJSIAA Meet of Champions.
Murphy wins in a meet record 8:54.22, No. 2 in state history. Hart is second in NJ# 3 all-time 8:54.45.
Full Results / Photos / VideosLiam Murphy of Allentown HS and Devin Hart of Pt. Pleasant Boro battled to US#1 and US#2 times in the 3200m during Saturday's NJSIAA Meet of Champions in Toms River, NJ. Full Race RecapIt came down to the line and Murphy clocked 8:54.22 while Hart just behind finished at 8:54.45. Those performances moved them up to second and third all-time in New Jersey indoor history including two miles. The only athlete ahead of them is the National Record holder Edward Cheserek who ran a 8:39.15 two mile at the 2013 Millrose Games. Murphy is just a junior and will be back to defend his title in 2020, he's coming off his first cross country season where he finished third at MOCs and the benefits are clear. This was nearly a 20 second PR, his previous came just a week early when he won Group 3 State Championships at 9:14.93. Hart was going for his sixth straight Meet of Champions title between cross country, indoor, and outdoor track. He's won two outdoor 3200m titles, two cross country 5K titles, and one indoor 3200m which came last year. Top Eight Finishers 1Liam Murphy11Allentown HS8:54.222Devin Hart12Pt. Pleasant Boro HS8:54.453Jack Jennings11Mendham HS9:18.114Kevin Antczak11Mainland Regional HS9:18.595Martin Riddell11Haddonfield Memorial HS9:18.816Ethan Wechsler11Cherokee HS9:21.027Nick Lundberg12Freehold Township HS9:23.798Stephen Daly11Delbarton School9:24.66
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Follow along with day 2 of the NJSIAA Meet of Champs!
The season so far and laid down some fantastic performances, we've gathered these into virtual meets and rankings by group and section.
There are three showcase events at the Indoor NJSIAA Meet of Champions, events which you qualify for based on your season long best performance.
Well every Sectional has been completed and those who advanced are on to Group Championships this coming weekend.
All you need to know for this week's Meet of Champions.
Congratulations to everyone who has advanced and good luck to those still competing.
Find out who you'll be battling against for state titles.
Some events have strong favorites and others are wide open, especially with key stars missing from the lineup.
Want to watch the very best? Here's your chance, we've collected the fastest highlights from Sectionals.
The boys 2019 Meet of Champions meet preview.
One stop shop for all of our Meet of Champions coverage.
Public Schools can now enter the first round of States.
The Ridge girls have a school tradition of winning the 4x800m at MOCs, Hopewell Valley boys have also won the only two indoor titles.
Our field jumpers will be happy about this! Long time coming.
There will be three boys and seven girls defending their titles next winter.
Highlighting some sophomores that could earn solid finishes or even wins in their events this weekend.
Vanriele is third girl to win 3 straight 800 titles, Lufrano (1600) and Trethaway (3200) win with PR's.
On Thursday night the Toms River Bubble opened up a sand pit that likely hadn't been seen for years.
For the first time in indoor Meet of Champions meet history we have four field events to cover.
A quick preview for tonight's NJSIAA Long Jump Showcase.
Ridge won the 4x800m in a meet record 7:56.49. Westfield won the 4x400 in 3:24.29.
The sprints and hurdles saw a mix of familiar faces as well as first time champions on Sunday at the Meet of Champions.
Sincere Rhea's time of 7.22 ranks third in meet history and is just the fifth boy to win two in a row in this event.
Baginski won the 1600m in 4:12.90. Brown captured the 800 in 1:53.98.
Union Catholic won the 4x400 for the 5th straight year. Ridge has won three straight 4x800's.
FloTrack will have a LIVE stream of the track events both Saturday and Sunday.
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