Joe Galeano still holds the HJ frosh and soph state records in the high jump, but his 110m hurdles still stands after 33 years.
The Boys and Girls 4x4 relay squad blazed NY's fastest time ever at the 2008 Nationals meet.
We look back on the greatness of New York high school legend and Olympic gold medalist Dalilah Muhammad
Andy Bloom threw the discus a bit too far in 1991 at Section State Qualfiers, so he had to wait to get his state record verified.
Dalilah Muhammad surged to an NY record in the 400 hurdles at Nike Outdoors Nationals and kept going for Olympic gold.
Shen's Hannah Reale laid down a negative-split 63.25 second lap to win the 800m at 2017 Outdoor States.
Not even a vicious headwind could keep Jermaine Stafford from setting the NY best in 1993 at US Juniors.
At a boys meet in 2006, Suffern's girls took the long way home to a national record in the 4 x Mile.
Jeff Van Wie made a tough decision and went westward in 1983 to nail down an 800 mark that still stands.
More than month after she graduated from HS, Tiffany Maskuluski seized the chance to own a national record.
FM's Ryan nicked another win, but Saratoga edged out a 57-58 win at Elma Meadows in 2012 in the aftermath of Sandy.
Back in 1978, Sanya Owolabi had the hops as he set a national record in the triple jump at a USA-USSR Juniors in Russia.
Uniondale junior Keyon Soley went to the National Scholastic championships in 1997 and set a sprint record for the ages.
Shana Cox and John Gregorek set NY milestones 25 years apart and on different continents, but they stand among the oldest for state record holders.
At Cornell in 2016 at Indoor States, a recent XC champ battled the star of the future to the finish line in the 1500m.
Jim Shields ran at his own pace and did things his way on route to a national record in the 3K steeplechase in 1976.
In May 1992 at the Jamestown Track Classic, Stacy Schroeder threw the discus 172 feet, and no one's gone further since.
Thirty years ago, Shelly Choppa took flight to a height that set a national record and still stands today as NY's oldest girls state mark.
A rowsing day of action at the Open saw one state and three meet records broken and some huge PRs.
It's Open season in CT as athletes and teams try to close the deal on 30 championship titles.
They showed their Class and now the top of the top are up for the showdown at Saturday's CIAC Open.
A lot of Large questions will be answered on Saturday morning as the Class L teams square off.
The smallest schools of the CIAC have some pretty large expectations in the Class S meet on Friday.
Class LL kicks off the action on Thursday as the big schools try to go big in the CIAC.
Watch races from the Cliff Back Invite hosted at Drew University.
The guys wrapped up the XC season with some familiar teams at the top.
155 teams are featured in the final season's wrap-up following the Toga party at Nationals.
Coach JP Kaminski ends a 17-year run, and he is joined by two Eagle veterans to recall a special season.
The NY Alumni ran big at NCAA D1, D2 and D3 Nationals meets in Wisconsin, and one of them led her team to a championship.
100 or more NY alumni head to Nationals on Saturday following a few other November championships.