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Elite High School Runners Whip Through Holmdel Park

The NJSIAA Meet of Champions was held in Holmdel Park Saturday. The best three teams from each group in the state competed. More than 3,000 people came to cheer on pure athleticism on a perfect day for running.

The temperature was warm and dry, but the air was electric with excitement at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions Saturday, Nov. 19.

The Holmdel High School Boys Cross Country placed 11th in the race, with a time of 1:25:08. The team members were Jack Baisley, Travis Fodor, Dan Barlev, Andrew Tsai, Eric Williams, Jason McMullen and Nick DeMaio.

The HHS Girls team did not qualify, but Lennon Cooper entered the race as a wildcard. She placed 42d in the race.

Here are the results by Fraulo Race Timing of the 5K race.

Girls:

Top Three Individual Girls:

  • Holly Bischof (18:13) of Pennsauken's Bishop Eustace
  • Caroline Kellner (18:20) of West-Windsor-Plainsboro Regional
  • Mackenzie Barry (18:21) of West Morris Mendham Hgh School

Top Three Winning Girls Teams:

Rumson-Fair Haven, Hillsborough, and Mount St. Dominic Academy.

Boys:

Top Three Individual Boys: 

  • Tim Ball (15:31) from Piscataway Twp High School
  • George Kelly (15:37) from Christian Brothers Academy in Lincroft
  • Ben Malone (15:40) from Rivervale's Pascack Valley High School

Top Three Winning Boys Teams:

Christian Brothers Academy, Don Bosco Prep in Ramsey, Westfield High School

Read complete results at NJ Runners.com

In the Star Ledger, see Jim Lambert's article: CBA wins boys cross-country Meet of Champions in record fashion  , Piscataway's Ball takes boys' title at cross-country Meet of Champions and Rick Bevensee on Rumson earns girls team title at cross-country Meet of Champions.

In the Asbury Park Press online edition, see photographer Jody Somers' reporting in a photo gallery at NJSIAA Cross Country Meet of Champions at Holmdel Park.

 

 

 

 

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