What a day at the Blair Academy! NJISAA Prep Champs brought us some exciting competition.
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Immaculate Heart Academy and Pope John also had strong showing at the meet in Warwick, NY.
Orji won her fourth straight women's triple jump title and Mattis won the men's discus as both qualified for the IAAF World Championship
Wilson, Thompson, Hall, Mahoney and Pagano will compete for Team USA at the NACAC Senior Championships in Toronto
Last weekend the Inaugural Women's Open Decathlon Championships took place at Nevada Union High School in Grass Valley, California.
NJ track and field high school alumni turned in several red hot performances as Championship Season began around the country
Edwin Rutto runs a fantastic time of 15:35 to lead his team to victory. The Immaculate Heart Academy girls show team strenth as well.
Always looking for a new way to motivate and train his Bergen Catholic and Immaculate Heart teams, John Downey had the idea of sending his runners to work with the Navy SEALs, but not just for a day. He wanted them to get a real taste of their training and their life. (via NorthJersey.com)
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.
Matt Murphy gives an overview of the XC terrain for Girls in North Jersey
Matt Joyce Looks at The Bergen Girls Scene 1. IMMACULATE HEART ACADEMY This past Saturday, the Blue Eagles jumped onto the New YorkState thruway and traveled north to Section 2 territory in New York, the most competitive Section in the United States to compete in the Queensbury Invitational. IHA had an outstanding 3rd place finish behind the 8th ranked team in the USA, Queensbury and New YorkState’s 5th ranked team Arlington. In the process IHA also defeated #2 ranked Holy Angels. Once again the team was paced by Sarah Pagano, who placed 2nd overall in 18:28.8. Sophomore Erin Thompson finished 11th in 19:32.5 and Mary Kaye Duff was 14th in 19:47.6. Julie Sinkovitz finished in 20:20.8 for 29th place and freshman Rachel Lotterman and Junior Tara Rutkowski were 49th and 50th in 21:09.8 and 21:10.2. Freshman Katherine McCurdy rounded out IHA’s top 7 finishing in 21:22.1 for 53rd. Continued...Click on Headline
IMMACULATE HEART ACADEMY Last year’s Bergen Meet of Champions winner IHA returns 5 of their 7 from last year’s squad. Among the returnees are last year’s Parochial A and BMOC winner Sarah Pagano. Pagano had great track seasons as she improved her PR’s in the 1600 and 3200 to 4:56.56 and 10:29.79, the latter a Bergen County record. Mary Kaye Duff also had great track seasons as well; she posted PR’s of 5:09.19 in the 1600 and 11:16.0 in the 3200. Duff was 3rd at last seasons BMOC in 19:05. The combo of Pagano and Duff gives IHA a great 1-2 punch, but they also return sophomore Erin Thompson who was 5th at last years Bergen Meet of Champions in 19:22 and she also posted a 19:41 at Holmdel at the State Meet of Champs. Junior Julie Sinkovitz also returns. Sinkovitz placed 7th at BMOC in 19:40 last year in her first XC season and also posted a 20:44 at Garret Mountain. Junior Tara Rutkowski returns as well. New editions could also make impact on the team. Sarah Pagano 12 18:23 Mary Kaye Duff 12 19:05 Erin Thompson 10 19:22 Julie Sinkovitz 11 19:40 Tara Rutkowski 11 21:19 IHA senior Sarah Pagano returns to defend her Bergen Crown Continued...Click on Headline For Top Individuals