Final honors for the indoor track and field season.
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Mendham boys smash DMR record with US#3 10:37.33, Tavarone throws bomb.
We attempt to predict this weekend's Sectional winners.
Watch every race, Randolph swept the team titles on Wednesday night, highlights inside.
Follow along with all the week 3 action right here, we are streaming LIVE from Woodbury!
Tight competition in the distance events and displays of dominance in the sprints.
O'Malley had a great quad for Randolph, Mendham boys burned two NJ#1 times
One place for this week's results and coverage. Let's get this season started!
The Willingboro boys have now won 7 sectional titles and the Camden girls have won 3
Stanley, Hart, Melko, Wechsler, Powell, Reed, Haddon Township and Newark Academy also win state titles.
The Morristown girls won the merge, and the Morristown boys were 2nd on the merge to Pearl River (N.Y.)
Olivia Mandella placed 2nd to lead Holy Angeles to a runner-up finish
This isn't an update to the rankings themselves but a recent performance recap for the top ten teams.
Julia Trethaway ran 17:41.2 to break course record, and James Glockenmeier scored the biggest win of his career at the Roxbury Invit.
Cross country is back! This weekend opens up the 2018 New Jersey high school cross country season.
Here is the fist release of this season's state team rankings poll where the preseason top ten are announced!
Mendham goes 1-2 but Morris Hills has five in the top 25!
North Hunterdon and Colts Neck girls both return their full squads. CBA returns a 16:34 average and 25 second top five split!
NJ produced several hot times at New Balance Nationals Outdoor in NC on Saturday.
Ridgewood boys wins 8th straight, Mountain Lakes sweeps, Peralta makes history, and Hebner sizzles.
Another record breaking meet at the new Greystone course.
Loveys takes down course record to lead NJ #5 Randolph girls to title, and Mendham boys knock off NJ #10 Morris Hills at NJAC meet.
After the "midterm" Shore Coaches Invitational here is how the state plays out.
Van Cortlandt Park has been home to many a great performance, and we have them all, ranked through the Top 100.
Alexa Westley of Warren Hills, Chris Romero of Voorhees, and the North Hunterdon and Pope John boys ruled the day.
What makes a 4x800m great? Or is the better question: when does a 4x800m become great?
Quick highlights for New Jersey from the Xavier Invitational.
We have a new name on the New Jersey cross country scene!
Watch boys 800 seeded section from the Morris County Coaches Invite with Morris Hills going 1-2 with teammates Jason Schweizer and Ian McNally both running 1:56 at the Ocean Breeze facility.
A look back at the Morris Hills boys interview at State Relays as well as a poll on how many teams will make it under 8 minutes this season.
Here are the boys nominations for the Peoples' Choice Athlete of the Week!
Man top performances for New Jersey so far this season occurred on Friday at Penn Relays. Our girl qualifiers try their handle at COA finals
NOW THE SEASON IS FIRING UP! Get your weekly result'age right here. Some recaps with links to results and pictures!
SO MANY QUESTIONS, SO LITTLE TIME! THE 2010 XC SEASON TOES THE LINE IN ABOUT 2 DAYS. NJRUNNERS FINISHES UP IT'S PREVIEWS TODAY & TOMORRROW. KEEP COMING BACK!
PHILADELPHIA – Morris Hills senior Liam Tansey peeked over his shoulder with a lap to go. The move was partly a check to see if Ablermarle anchor Anthony Kostelac was still shadowing him and partly to extend an invitation to Kostelac to take the lead.
The greatest HS 4x800m relay race ever held as top two squads shatter HS record. (PHOTOS BY WWW.WINGEDFOOTFOTOS.COM)
Hammer TC (Southern Reg.) Continues Distance Dominace Comes back from DMR victory to capture 4x8 crown in 8:54.11 State Record & MR just missing NR Morris Hills runs 7:43.91, setting new State Record, while chasing Albemarle Va. 's 7:36.99NR. Liam Tansey anchors in 1:51.9 Lanie Thompson takes 2nd in Mile (4:48.42) (Photo by Brandon Miles)
Sometimes there’s calm before the storm. And sometimes there’s just a storm and then the storm gets worse. That was Morristown sophomore Nick Vena, blasting through the throwing circle like a bone-rattling thunder clap that got louder each time.
Morristown sophomore Nick Vena launched a shot put 67 feet to win at the NJ Varsity Classic, just an inch off the best throw ever at the New Balance Track and Field Center and afterward he simply shrugged his shoulders.
Wayne Davis (NC) finished just off of his national record performance (7.06) from a year ago at Virginia Tech with a 7.09 clocking this past Saturday in Blacksburg, VA. (Photo by John Herzog) A total of 10 new US #1's this past weekend for boys. Six of which were produced at the Virginia Tech Invitational. Boys 300 - James Taylor (Nansemond River VA) 33.88 Boys 3200 - Tyler Stutzman (Western Albemarle VA) 9:05.58 Boys 400 - Clayton Parros (Seton Hall Prep NJ) 47.58 Boys 4x400 - New Bern (NC) 3:17.00 Boys 4x800 - Morris Hills (NJ) 7:46.54 Boys 500 - Anthony Hendrix (New Bern NC) 1:03.48 Boys 55H - Wayne Davis (Southeast Raleigh NC) 7.09 Boys 800 - Sadiki White (Allentown NJ) 1:52.40 Boys SMR - Washington Township (NJ) 3:30.84 Boys Triple Jump - David Wilson (George Washington VA) 49'4.50"
The Millrose Games this upcoming weekend at the Madison Square Garden will feature the nation's fastest two high school boys' 4x800 meter relays. The mile races are typically the highlight of the high school portion of the Millrose Games, but this year's 4x800 meter relay could trump the individual races with a highly anticipated matchup between US #1 Morris Hills of New Jersey and US #2 Albemarle of Virginia.
Morris Hills didn’t have a goal in mind time-wise. They wanted t run fast. Mission accomplished.
Marco Bertolotti spread his arms wide when the crossed he finish line. It was a meek celebration for a spectacular victory. The Port Washington junior could have just as easily been spreading his arms to hug the first person that would have him.
A lot of competitive invitationals took place last weekend, meaning that a few of the top teams in the country lost to unranked squads. With those loses comes new teams jumping into the week #4 MileSplit National Cross Country Rankings. See who's in and who's out in this week's edition.
With many of the top teams in the country running in their first or second competition of the year, the MileSplit National CC Rankings are starting to take better shape. Boys U.S.#1 North Central (WA) opened their season in victorious fashion, while Girls U.S.#1 Fayetteville-Manlius (NY) has yet to compete, but is looking strong in practices.