The STCA plans to have awards produced and delivered to the 2020 honorees as soon as they can.
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Here are New Jersey MileSplit's choices for the 2020 All-State squads.
Our latest 2020 state rankings, two weeks into this condensed season.
Many of the top boys and girls teams in the state will square off at Bucks Mills Park on Oct. 10.
Preseason team rankings for the New Jersey 2020 cross country season.
Relive the 2014 Meet of Champions, a power struggle for the girls up front and a brawl of a finish for the boys!
Forys, a nine-time Meet of Champions winner and National Champ in high school, is now a teacher in Greensboro, N.C.
Final honors for the indoor track and field season.
The junior at RBC is an All-State field hockey player and one of the state's premier track and field athletes.
Impressive individual marks also highlighted the meet.
Christian Brothers Academy and Rumson-Fair Haven bring home the team championships.
Several veteran cross-country observers have weighed in on exactly what it takes to win three straight team titles at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions.
A look at some of the teams and individuals who will be up front at the Meet of Champions.
Check out who we think will win this Saturday at Holmdel Park.
NJ#1 CBA captured 13th straight title, NJ#3 Middletown South girls won 2nd title in 3 years.
Middletown South won it's first title since 2002.
The Pingry star won the Division 1 race, leading her team to a third place finish.
The Ocean City boys split eight seconds between their winning top five!
Here are some key highlights that caught our eye this past week.
Red Bank Catholic and Cherokee have strong team performances and more in this recap.
Here are the All-State selections for the outdoor track and field season.
Rob Napolitano and Tim Gorman also go Sub 4. Megan Mansy won the women's elite mile.
A bunch of high quality action taking place this week as the season really starts to kick into gear.
Congratulations on another fantastic season of New Jersey track and field.
On Thursday night the Toms River Bubble opened up a sand pit that likely hadn't been seen for years.
We have had plenty of video coverage so far this season, and with that we've captured some amazing performances.
Some recap highlights as well as race videos from Monmouth County Relays.
Some highlights from this busy week of invitationals. New Jersey athletes shined within the state and outside of its borders as well.
Time to present the 2018 New Jersey MileSplit All-State Teams.
The 47th NJSIAA Meet of Championships Meet of Champions is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 17/
Westley, Barney, Vidal and Trinty Hall made history, RBC scored an upset, and Hanifin at the state championship meet
A big day in school history for Holmdel! CBA keeps title streak with a wicked 1-5 split, Russo shines for Colts Neck, and Colin Flood is so close to sub-16.
The Ocean City girls are on a roll!
On a muddy two mile course the Cherokee Challenge once again took its place as one of the state's biggest opening weekend meets.
Former Strongsville stand-out, Colby Alexander won the Sub 4 At The Shore 1 Mile race with his outstanding time of 3:55.81.
NJ track and field high school alumni turned in several red hot performances as Championship Season began around the country
Several former New Jersey high school stars made their presence felt all over the country this past weekend
Our results and coverage from this week of New Jersey track and field action.
Here are some highlights and all of the results and coverage from week 1.
The fifth time in the past ten years that the 4x800m championship has gone to a New Jersey squad!
Meet records were broken, champions were crowned, a US#1 time was performed and more.
Plenty of great performances were thrown down at Monmouth County Champs on Friday night.
A big day for the Garden State at Nike Cross Nationals Northeast.
The team recap for the girls Group Championships.
We attempt to predict every individual and team winner this weekend at Group Championships.
See which are the strongest teams in each NXN region.
Some cool weather conditions and tough competition led to some fast times at Ocean County Park on Thursday.
Big time championship performances have brought changes to the latest poll.
A look at the All-Time Lists ahead of Saturday's action.
Some big New Jersey names added their commitments to the list this past week.
Items to look for at this weekend's Shore Coaches Invitational.
Some big movers and a new leader on the girls state rankings poll!
The Red Bank Catholic girls ran well at the Ocean State Invitational this weekend.
Vote on some of the best performances New Jersey saw this past weekend.
Cross country is back! Good luck to all the athletes opening their season this week.
A recap of the Non-Public A action and the six view race video.
Here are the top ten returning girls teams based off 2014 Holmdel times.
Find out which US teams had the most success and depth in the 1600m during the 2015 outdoor season.
"Composite" scoring - This is a type of scoring that gives a team a rank on a number of different categories, with different weights on each.
Here are the top 25 girls 4x1600m relay teams in the state so far!
Red Bank Catholic freshman Caitlin O'Hare is having a great start to her high school racing career. Here is a quick look at what she has done so far.
A quick look at the Monmouth County Championships from Tuesday at Holmdel.
Edwin Rutto of St. Benedict's and Catherine Pagano of Northern Highland proved to be the class of the field and of New Jersey at the Shore Coaches Invitational.
Robbinsville boys take the glory and Red Bank Catholic takes second in the girls Championship at the Ocean State XC Invitational in Rhode Island.
After almost a month of XC action, there are some shakeups in the Saucony Flo50 team rankings. Jimmy takes a look at some of those changes on the girls' side.
The New Jersey High School Rankings Poll returns for week 2 of the season. Lets see what changes were made to the pre-season rankings after seeing some teams perform.
A list of the top 25 fastest returning girls cross country teams within the states of the NXN Northeast Region including Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
Who are the powerhouse programs and track & field factories of the United States? Which team produces the best milers, quarter milers, half milers, two milers, sprinters, and hurdlers? Well MileSplit has those answers for you as our database can do a lot of things including show the deepest high school teams in each running event by taking the top 5 fastest on each team and averaging out for the fastest team averages to rank the squads nationally in order.
Last week cleaned up the last few County / Conference Championships, completeing that portion of the 2013 campaign. Let's take a look at WEEK 9 and the TOP TEN of NJ Cross Country.
With a few exceptions, Week 8 of the 2013 XC season consisted of the balance of County/Conference Championsips. Lots of expected outcomes along with a few surprises. Some teams are getting healthy and looking to fulfill the promises of the pre/early season, while others are looking to make that leap to the elite ranks. For the NJ TOP TEN haqrrier squads, it was a mixed bag.
The 6th Week of the NJ Cross Country season brought a lot of movement, some of it major, to the Girls TOP TEN. See who made big moves as we move closer and closer to the Big Dance!
On a Jekyll (cool, seasonable) and Hyde (hot, humid) Saturday at Holmdel Park, the majority of Jerser harriers took their mid-term XC tests. While the results might be somewhat inconclusive due to some teams withdrawing for one or anther resons, they still pointed to who to keep an eye on and shook up the TOP TEN.
Week 4 of the 2013 XC season closes out not only the the first month of the campaign, but also leads us to the symbolic "Mid term Exam", The Shore Coaches Invitational on Saturday 10/5. See who got through the Class races, Shoot Outs and other early season events as the TOP TEN Girls HS Cross Country teams in the Garden State.
Weekly Results Board. This week was a showcase of dominating pack running and odd race distances. More teams are opening up their season now, some bigger names came out to play this week.
The Red Bank Catholic girls regained the Monmouth County Championship title on Tuesday at Holmdel Park, the same title that was taken away from them by Rumson-Fair Haven last year. “It’s good to bring it back,” head coach Rob DeFilippis said
Despite losing 3 of their top 7 from last year's Non Public "A" Championship team, including Group runner up MaryKate Byrne, Red Bank Catholic will reload with a mix of youth and experience.
To some, winning a Penn Relays Gold Watch is a goal just as, and even sometimes moreso important than winning a national championship. Watches are awarded only to the overall American winners in Championship of America events at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia, kicking off for the 118th time next Thursday at Franklin Field. In some cases, most notably the sprints, it is harder to win a spot on the top of the medal stand than it is to win a national championship. This fact is because of the international draw the relays bring to Philly; currently, there are 62 schools registered that are not from the United States, with Jamaica the most represented foreign country with 32 individual schools. For some, winning a watch means beating the world. While the main events remain the short relays, specifically the 4x100m and 4x400m, the distance relays and open events are available on an invite basis. And with the the high quality meet comes a high caliber field in each of the 4 invitational distance events. We broke down the competition to help you see where the action may take place.
Ed Cheserek 13:57 NR 5000 meters, Ajee Wilson 2:04.13 800 meters, Watkins/Nadel take HS miles! Bernard Lagat highlights the Elite action with an American Record 13:07.15 for 5000 meters! (Photo by Kyle Brazeil)
Molly McNamara crossing the finish line 1st and securing her spot in Portland
Many top teams will see head-to-head action this weekend
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!
THE INTREPID XC "PANEL OF EXPERTS" TOES THE LINE FOR THE 5TH YEAR TO BRING YOU A WEEKLY SNAPSHOT OF THE STATE OF XC IN NEW JERSEY. GIRLS PRESEASON WILL APPEAR SAT. 9/4.
SEE WHO NEW JERSEY'S OWN MARC BLOOM HAS PICKED AS THE CREAM OF THE CROP
Randolph / Toms River North Girls in Flatfooted Tie. Haddonfield Boys are Unanimous Pick After Bowdoin Triumph. BOYS: Wk. 3 Last RANK TEAM VOTES 1ST PLACE Week 1 Haddonfield 80 8 1 2 CBA 71 2 3 Don Bosco 61 3 4 WW-P No. 59 4 5 WW-P So. 44 5 6 Ridge 33 7 7 TRN 29 6 8 Old Bridge 21 8 9 RBC 17 9 10 So. Reg. 7 NR Also Receiving Votes: Bridgewater-Raritan (5) Ridgewood (4) Cherokee, East Brunswick (3) Westfield (2) Shawnee (1) The Bulldogs of Haddonfield went to Wappingers Falls, NY for the Bowdoin XC Classic on Saturday and came away with the 3rd fastest team time ever on the home course for the New York State Federation meet and the NXN Northeast Regional event. Behind Jon Vitez' convincing 15:42 win, Haddonfield scored 54 points for the victory. CBA, which remains at #2, placed 3rd in the same race, scoring 67 points despite an under the weather Mike Mazzaccaro. Southern Regional makes a return to the Top Ten with a solid 4th place at Bowdoin. Click Headline for Girls Rankings