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New Jersey 2004 indoor

Group 2/3 Championships
Feb 15, 2004 at Princeton NJ

complete results at Scullion Timing

Craig Forys 9:20.59 may be US freshman record. Reuben McCoy doubles 400/55H. Jocelyn White 44-3.5 US#3. Team titles go to Pope John boys, Parsippany girls, Winslow boys, and Willingboro girls.

Forys' 9:20.59 may be US freshman record

Colts Neck NJ freshman Craig Forys (4) ran 9:20.59 for 3200 meters, finishing just 0.02 behind Parsippany Hills sr Jeremy Zagorski 9:20.57, in the New Jersey Group 3 championships at Princeton Sunday (2/15). Jack Shepard's HIGH SCHOOL TRACK annual carries freshman class records for 2 miles that are several seconds slower -- Ryan Deak 9:29.10 in 2001 and Brian Dalpiaz 9:27.50m in 2000. According to Track and Field News' BIG GREEN BOOK, Forys' time would convert to 9:24 for 2 miles. Forys will be 15 in July.


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Group 2

Boys - Pope John XXIII HS 47. Gov. Livingston sr Mike Carmody 1:57.01 800m. Pope John sr Justin Scheid doubles 4:28.32 1600m and 9:27.56 3200m. Demarest soph Jeremy Perussi 7.71 55H (Greg Bloemer 7.72). Somerville sr Kyle Calvo 6-6 HJ. Matawan sr Chris Keller 53-8.25 SP.
Girls - Parsippany HS 22 - Roselle Catholic HS 22 tie. Manchester jr Sonia Sullivan 8.39 55H. New Brunswick sr Kortni Lane 5-4 HJ. Raritan sr Amanda Harmata 39-11 SP.

Group 3

Boys - Winslow HS 45. Winslow sr Reuben McCoy doubles 49.98 400m and 7.71 55H. Parsippany Hills sr Jeremy Zagorski 9:20.57 3200m (Craig Forys 9:20.59 may be US freshman record). Camden HS 3:25.74 4x400. Willingboro sr Elle Ashe 57-2.5 SP (Dave Zaycek 57-2).
Girls - Willingboro HS 32. Winslow jr Dominique Merchant 7.29 55m. Red Bank Reg sr Elizabeth Mayer 2:19.83 800m. Middletown South sr Jamie Liberti 5:11.95 1600m. Willingboro soph Britnee Bynoe 11:23.49 3200m. Kingsway sr Delicia Sample 8.37 55H. Willingboro HS 4:03.44 4x400 (Franklin 4:03.64). Mount Olive sr Tiyana Peters 5-6 HJ. Delsea jr Jocelyn White 44-3.5 SP US#3.


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