Dawkins was a track and football star in the mid 1990's at Hackensack High School.
Articles with Timber Creek Reg. HS
There were several state records smashed between 2010-2019 in what may have been the deepest collection of talent in any one decade in state history.
The senior at Winslow has thrown 60-0 this season, but says there is a lot more in the tank.
The star jumper out of Timber Creek has made her college choice.
Tierra Hooker of Timber Creek is the first girl in meet history to go 19-0 and 5-10.
Some quick highlights for New Jersey athletes competing at Penn on Thursday.
Congratulations on another fantastic season of New Jersey track and field.
The first day of New Balance Nationals Indoor has come and gone and New Jersey had some solid performances to start the weekend of competition.
After multiple close calls, Tierra Hooker finally got that MOC title.
Julia Trethaway ran the fastest times of the weekend for the 1600m and 3200m!
Ocean City's 4x400 had a clutch performance to clinch the victory. Winslow once again powerhouses their way to victory.
The Group 3 meet put on a show on Tuesday night.
Briarwood, Big Spring, George School, Kiski, and Boardman highlight a strong Week 3!
The only thing is... most of them will be going after different events. See where they'll be competing!
Here are the girls MileSplit New Jersey All-State teams for the 2018 indoor track and field season.
Get ready for an amazing meet, here is the girls Meet of Champions preview.
Heslop has a record breaking night, Bigsby goes over 50 feet, girls sweep relays.
Here are a few points of interest that I'm excited about heading into the Group Championships.
That height set the meet and Ocean Breeze venue record during the Ocean Breeze Invitational in Staten Island, NY over the weekend.
Plenty of big shoes to fill this year in the girls field events. Let's take a look at possible athletes to be crowned champion.
The last article for this 2017 Salute to Seniors series.
A quick recap of the action from the Group 3 state relay championships.
The Timber Creek boys' speed was too much to handle as they win their 7th group title.