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Cross Country: South Brunswick boys, Metuchen find success off the GMC's," said Zamorski, who won his first ever race at the GMC meet. to win Group IV at Holmdel next weekend so it's good momentum for the season right now." first sectional championship since , and all seemed to be going. Fall · Winter · Spring Boys and Girls Cross Country Honors Announced highest finisher on the ladies side, coming in nineteenth in the race through Holmdel Park. Boys Cross Country: Metuchen's Beacher runs under 16 minutes, South Brunswick claims third team title at GMC Championships. GMC Cross Country Championships. Oct 21, Thompson Park. Jamesburg, NJ. Timing/Results Viper Timing Systems · Registration Closed - View Your.
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New Jersey Indoor Race Results
Sean ran the Mile in 4: By the way, these people have to get their ducks in line on naming this meet: Greg must have been discombobulated by all of this -- or maybe he's studying too much!?
Justin won the High Jump by clearing 2. Josh competed in the m Run, crossing the line in 5th place in 2: Ed took 7th in the High Jump with a college indoor PR of 2. Alex competed in the 3K, taking 19th in 9: Steve improved on his recent performances in the Mile, clocking 4: Darren competed in the 60m Hurdles, taking 8th overall in the Prelimins 8. That time is a qualifier for the Big East Championships! Chris competed in the 5K, finishing in 10th at The eight points won in the event helped Rutgers to win the championship!
Both raced in different heats of the Unseeded 5K's. Sean took 13th in his heat, 18th overall, while clocking He took 2nd overall in the Prelims 8. Perhaps the competition in the High Jump was too easy -- the event was won at 6' 2" -- and he decided to sit out the event? Chris raced the m, finishing 13th out of 41 competitors, clocking 4: Josh ran what might be a college PR for him in the m: Competing in the 60m Highs, Darren took 2nd in the Prelims 8.
If this keeps up, he'll have the world record by the end of the Spring season! He competed in the Unseeded 3K and finished 6th in 9: Alex ran the 3K, finishing in 11th of 15th in 9. Josh ran the m in 2: Link to details at: Justin won the High Jump, clearing 2. Chris raced the 5K, finishing in 7th out of 18 runners while clocking Sean raced the 3K, finishing in 5th place clocking 8: He also raced the 5K, finishing in 9th place clocking Meanwhile, Ed took 3rd in the High Jump competition, clearing 2.
With their help, Monmouth won the eleven-team conference championship! Picture of Ed Kramer boosted from Monmouth's website. Alas, somehow he missed Sean! Ed competed in the High Jump, clearing 1. Darren competed in the 60m High Hurdles, finishing 4th in his heat and 12th out of 17, clocking 8.
Justin scored points in two events: The team took 2nd in the conference behind their host, Christopher Newport.
Track and Field Results Reporting System. That's a PR at the Armory, which with all the distractions close-by, isn't a great place to jump! He also competed in the Long Jump, bounding 6. In the 60 Highs, Darren took 7th in the Prelims 8. In thehe took 10th overall. Marc finished 12th overall in 1: We can, however, make fun of the first finish line picture they provided and wonder why Marc didn't take the team's crack photographer along on the trip?!
OK, Marc must have threatened to sue if they posted only that one finish line picture so now, two days later, they have so many "Pelly pics" that his mother must have been on the photo team!
Girls Cross Country
Pelly Pics ; and results page at: Marc's BIB Number is Last week, Justin took 1st in the High Jump at 2. Justin came in at 2. As a result, Justin missed being named "All-American," a designation he won last year, by one place! As expected, the older Alums proved to be too much for Ty and for the team! Joe took 8th against a strong field in Ty was back a bit, finishing in 64th at The race was made even more interesting because Cherokee's star distance runner, Shawn Wilson, wearing his "lucky" green Ireland soccer shirt, challenged Marc, suggesting that it was time for the older generation to step aside for the new!
Unfortunately for Shawn, Marc would have none of that and, though we're told he purposely slowed at various times during the race to allow the young guy some hope, he crossed the finish line 6 seconds before him!
Of course, Coach Shaklee would be the last to point to his name ahead of Shawn's, especially when he ran it at the advanced age of 44! Access that list at: Greg ran the 5K as a tempo run, finishing 13th in It was a pretty big meet with the school website reported over competitors from 35 schools and 12 clubs!
Ed took 2nd on misses in the High Jump, clearing 2. Steve took 16th in the m Run, clocking 1: The picture of Sean was on the Monmouth site, no specific ID but number suggests another meet.
Click for larger version. The day was wet and cold and no jumper competed to his potential. The tiny picture is Greg's BC mugshot, probably looking happier than at the end of the 10K!
Josh ran the m, finishing 5th in his heat, 10th overall, in 4: Steve finished in 19th place, clocking 1: Results supposed to be at Results but the link doesn't show the results! We'll have to rely on parent, Mike's, report! Pictures provided by Mike show Steve and younger brother, Matt, warming up together -- Matt didn't race -- and one race picture. Marc took 3rd overall -- 1st American! Justin took 3rd in the Long Jump, soaring 6.
Manhattan won the meet. Justin competed in the Long Jump, where he took 1st at 6. Manhattan beat Rutgers in the team event, taking 1st with Sean took 1st in the 5K, clocking Their 18 points helped Monmouth win the Invitational!
Greg competed in the 10K, finishing 22nd of 25 in Darren won his heat in the HH, but finished 12th overall in Steve took 2nd in his heat in the m, but finished 15th overall in 3: Sean competed in the m, finishing 7th over 66 other runners, while clocking 4: Justin won the High Jump in 2.
The GMC website notes that this is the fourth week in a row that he won the HJ competition and his season-best of 2. Turner will compete in the HJ at the Penn Relays! Chris took 8th in his heat and 20th overall in the m, clocking 4: From the advertisement, it sounds delightful: Apparently, Marc missed all of this because his time was well-below expectations!
He finished in 18th place, clocking 1: Details on the event at: Marc's BIB Number was Joe had an off night, finishing 14th in Penn Relays On Lineand more specifically, Event at: Penn Relays On Line, Event The results show Ed cleared the opening height of 1.
Our photographer was on-site while our two Alums were warming up and caught the following pictures OK, don't ask about Justin's cap: Josh participated in the m, clocking 2: Chris competed in the 5K, finishing 6th in a field of 11 while clocking Sean ran in the m, crossing the line in 4: Well, we hadn't looked carefully enough! Brian has been out for Track since the winter season, participating mostly in the jumping events, although he has one Heptathlon to his credit.
At the Lehigh games, Brian finished 6th of 11 competitors in the Long Jump clearing 5. Details on the Lehigh meet at: Direct Athletics ; and a summary of Brian's competition this Winter and Spring at: In the Trials, Darren took 2nd in his heat and 5th overall in Darren emailed his explanation, saying he was having "a great race.
As he fell, he put his hands on the 9th hurdle and was DQ'd. Let's ask Cal if he believes that story!
Sean raced the m in 4: Both the men's and women's teams won their championships!