Hasbrouck Heights nearly recorded a shutout, and Ryan Pena made a smashing debut at Saturday's meet.
The North Plainfield and Metuchen boys also won titles, and the Princeton Day girls were victorious.
The junior at Lawrenceville broke the state record by more than four seconds
The Union County Conference Championships were held on Thursday at Warinanco Park.
There was a bunch of personal best times run as many of the state's top teams clashed at Holmdel Park.
Many of the state's best teams are clashing here at Holmel Park
Five of the top ranked boys teams and five of the top ranked girls teams will clash at Holmdel Park.
Union freshman Cassidy Kidd and Newark Academy sophomore Matthew Malloy were the individual winners.
The Colts haven't lost a dual meet since 1973 and that streak is alive and well into 2020.
Forty six years after it began, CBA will bring its national record dual meet streak of 371 to the starting line
Christian Brothers Academy will seek to extend its national dual meet record winning streak to 372 on Wednesday.
The Old Bridge boys and Union Catholic girls finished first in the merge scoring.
NJ No. 1 CBA and NJ#8 Haddonfield broke the course record averages, and Haddonfield won the Team Challenge.
Many of the state's top teams are in action here at Bucks Mill Park.
Barna ran seventh at the XC Meet of Champions last year.
The junior ran one of the fastest times in NJ history with her sub-17 on Monday.
Ridgewood and North Hunterdon will meet this Tuesday on the track, and again next month in a club invitational with other state powers.
Nico Grilli of Cherokee and Kate Ruona of Shawnee ran the fastest times of the day.
Sophomore Tilly O'Connor of St. Rose captured the girls individual title.
Dobson is the third woman and first African American woman to be named director of both a men's and women's track and field program in Ivy League history.
The junior has opted to run for a club instead, citing COVID-19 related reasons for her decision.
The junior, the No. 3 ranked XC runner in the state for the No.1 ranked team in the state entering the season, shared her thoughts on lots of topics.
The mid-distance star is the US No. 2 returner indoors for the 800m.
McGill, who has won two state titles in her career, is following in the famous footsteps of her mother.
Many of the top boys and girls teams in the state will square off at Bucks Mills Park on Oct. 10.
Hamilton won the 1600m at the NJSIAA Indoor Meet of Champions last March.
Walsh has led the North Hunterdon Girls XC program back to state supremacy and national prominence.
Culley, a 2012 US Olympian, starred at North Hunterdon High School and Rutgers University.
The rising senior at Southern Regional also shattered the meet record, and Miranda Lorsbach of Kent Place dropped a huge PR
As a freshman last fall, Fahys won the State Group 3 XC title to lead Middletown South to the state championship and she qualified for Nationals.