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.
Let's take a look at the strength of our returning indoor teams based on the 2020 indoor track and field season.
Ocean County threw down at Southern Regional Middle School on Thursday to crown their champions.
Jackson Braddock opened his season with a win defending his Ocean County title.
Our latest 2020 state rankings, two weeks into this condensed season.
The latest Dear Running essay features words from Southern Regional senior Jackson Braddock
Top distance recruit Jackson Braddock has selected the University of Virginia.
Preseason team rankings for the New Jersey 2020 cross country season.
All of our 2020 cross country boys preseason individuals will be releasing in this hub.
The rising senior at Southern Regional also shattered the meet record, and Miranda Lorsbach of Kent Place dropped a huge PR
The 2020 returning athletes at the South Sectional course of Delsea HS.
The top returners from the Meet of Champions react to the cancellation of the Group and Meet of Champions.
Here are the fastest 1,000 times returning from last fall's cross country season at Holmdel Park.
Southern Regional's Jackson Braddock burned the track in Old Bridge for an 8:58.3 time-trial.
Why Southern Regional's Jackson Braddock is the nation's most improved junior distance recruit.
Final honors for the indoor track and field season.
Now Danielle Barnes, she was an eight-time Meet of Champions winner and National Champ in high school, and has an important role for students and athletes today.
The top two ranked shot put girls met for a showdown during this meet as well.
Here are New Jersey MileSplit's picks for the 2019 All-State squads.
See who is heading to Nationals and all of our coverage and recaps.
We remove all the seniors and rank the returning times from the Meet of Champions.
The South Sectionals brought us some great cross country action over the weekend, big showdowns, a course record, and more.
NJ#1 CBA captured 13th straight title, NJ#3 Middletown South girls won 2nd title in 3 years.
Molly Kate Sabia defended her individual title and Jackson Braddock led the boys race.
The Ocean City boys split eight seconds between their winning top five!
Red Bank Catholic and Cherokee have strong team performances and more in this recap.
A bunch of high quality action taking place this week as the season really starts to kick into gear.
The graduate of Southern Regional High ran 16:23.12 to break the Div. III national record.
Millville scored in all ten events!
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.
Hart rocks OCP with a red hot 14:51, Tricomy repeats and Southern sweeps.
The annual Manhattan Invitational is hitting 45 year milestone, and with it comes plenty of history.
The Toms River North boys won their second Ocean County title in three years and Southern Regional won their seventh in the past nine indoor seasons.
Each team champion and the performances that got them there.
South Brunswick and Southern Regional went back and forth on Friday night at State Relays.
At the Shore Track Coaches Association meeting on Wednesday night the Shore Coaches voted for their 2015 cross country class, athlete of the year, and coach of the year award winners.
The all-state athletes for this past cross country season.
The top 200 fastest times run at the Cherokee Challenge since 2007!
The Southern Regional boys and girls show great form with a team title sweep.
Many top teams will see head-to-head action this weekend
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
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)
West Windsor-Plainsboro No. Takes Down US Mark for 4x1Mile Knights run 17:21.28 for New National Record New State Record in Boys DMR as Morris Hills takes 2nd in 10:06.04. Mark is also #5 US All Time. Albemarle (Va) wins with 10:02.13 (#2 US AT) WW-P No doubles back in 10:07.44 for US #6 AT Hammer T.C. (So. Regional) breaks State Record in Girls DMR, going11:41.12 Smith anchors in 4:44.8. Voorhees (Hunterdon Hawks) takes 4th in 11:59. For Story on The record effort...Click on Headline
The runner to her outside stumbled out the start and in a blink Columbus junior Whitney Fountain devoured her. Then she tore down the back straightaway like a bullet and commanded the homestretch for herself. She grit her teeth for every hundredth of a second she would shave off her personal best.
Despite losing their head coach and several key legs due to graduation from last year, the Eleanor Roosevelt girls still find a way to rise to the top on the national leaderboard in the relays as shown with their 1:38.27 clocking in the 4x200 meter relay at the Virginia Invitational, which could stay as the #1 time for quite some time. The state of Maryland produced 3 US #1 performances this weekend in Blacksburg including Afia Charles of Eleanor Roosevelt beating two previous US #1 leaders in the 500 meter dash (1:14.69) and Saniel Atkinson of Bishop McNamara now sharing the top performance in the high jump at 5'9". (Photo by Brandon Miles) 5 New US #1 Leaders Girls 4x200 - Eleanor Roosevelt (MD) 1:38.27 Girls 4x400 - Bethel (VA) 3:48.91 Girls 4x800 - Southern Regional (NJ) 9:07.67 Girls 500 - Afia Charles (Eleanor Roosevelt MD) 1:14.69 Girls High Jump - Saniel Atkinson (Bishop McNamara MD) 5'9"
Charlene Lipsey pounded her chest with her right hand. The adrenaline hadn’t subsided yet. The motion displayed an affirmation of the Hempstead senior’s heart, although she didn’t really need another display. Her race said enough.
4:50.87 Puts Southern Regional Star at #3 All Time @ Millrose / Robby Andrews 2nd (4:14.60) In Boys Mile Jillian Smith got to break the tape again tonight as she followed up her win last week in Boston with the victory in the HS Girls Invitational Mile at the 101st Millrose Games in Madison Square. Smith took the race with a 4+ second gap on runner up Cory Magee. Lanie Thompson of Voorhees took 5th in the race with a time of 4:59.01 Photo by: MaroonNews Other Jersey PerformancesInvitational HS Boys Mile 2. Robby Andrews (Manalapan) - 4:14.604. Doug Smith (Gill-St. Bernard's) - 4:15.76 Boys 4x400m Relay (Suburban)2. Camden HS - 3:28.574. Union Catholic HS - 3:33.96 Boys 4x800m Relay (Border Clash)3. Morris Hills - 8:04.844. Washington Twp. - 8:06.156. Hunterdon Central - 8:10.61 Girls 4x400m Relay (Suburban) 1. Camden HS - 3:59.492 Woodrow Wilson HS - 4:02.11
TAKES HS GIRLS MILE IN BOSTON With last nights solid victory by Jillian Smith, Southern Regional High School can now boast that the winners of the last two Boston Indoor Games (BIG) Girls HS Mile hail from the Ocean County track powerhouse. Smith,,who follows Danielle Tauro as the BIG champion kicked from about 150 meters from home to take the race in a US leading time of 4:48.83. Canadian Jessica Parry was leading into the late stages of the race when Smith, a junior began her kick to the finish. "I was really hammering that last 150," Smith said. "I'm really psyched." Jill, 2nd behind Tauro in this race last year reflected on the fast early pace set by Caitlin Lane of NY. Lane took the 1st 800m through in about 2:25. We ran the first 800 in 2:30 last year," Smith said. "I sat in fourth. There was a big clump of runners behind Lane. She did a good job of going out and making sure the race was fast." Parry took over the lead with approx. 600m to go. and Smith reacted like a pro "I wanted to keep contact," she said, "But conserve energy." Scoring a victory on a national stage like BIG was a huge thrill for Smith. "This was my first win in a big (indoor) race without Danielle, It gives me confidence going into other races." Smith moves on to her next big time race this Friday when she runs in the Invitational HS Girls Mile at the Millrose Games at Madison Square Garden in NY. (Quotes courtesy of The Press of Atlantic City) Southern Regional junior Jillian Smith(Archive Photo by: PM Photographic)