Wilson, who starred for Neptune High, is a two-time Olympian and a World Champion at 800 meters.
Seton Hall Prep was reinstated as winner of the 4x400 at the New Balance Nationals after an appeal. Pennsauken placed 3rd and Toms River North was fourth.
Union Catholic ran 8:48.86 to place 2nd behind Cuthbertson of North Carolina, who ran a national record 8:48.02, at Sunday's New Balance Nationals in Boston.
Union Catholic edges Marlington of Ohio, 17:34.17 to 17:34.29, on Saturday night in Boston
Sophia Curtis of Ocean City soared 41-3.25, No. 2 in NJ indoor history, at Saturday's New Balance National Championships in Boston.
Seton Hall Prep ran a NJ No. 4 all-time 3:27.52 to win the sprint medley relay over Pennsauken, second in 3:29.31, on Friday in Boston.
The quartet of Taylor Aska, Leah Gould, Natalia Thompson, and Taylor Cox placed fourth in 1:38.60, breaking the NJ record of 1:38.78 that UC set last month.
New Jersey swept the first four places in the girls shuttle hurdles at the New Balance National Championships in Boston on Saturday.
The Union Catholic girls won a record 5 events, and freshman phenom Sianni Wynn made history by winning the 55 and 200 at Sunday's meet at Ocean Breeze.
Damarion Potts, Damian Scouloukas, and Premier Wynn won 2 gold medals, and Xavier Donaldson, Collin Boler, and Pennsauken's 4x400 smashed meet records!
Nate Rayan ran the third fastest time in NJ history in the 55-meter hurdles at Wednesday's 86th
Campbell captured the silver in the decathlon at the 1952 Olympics while in high school. Four years later, he won the Olympic gold in the decathlon.
The senior at Delbarton ran 4:04.05, which is the second fastest time in state indoor history, at Sunday's meet at Boston University.
The Toms River North boys, Mark Viggiano, Taylor Cox, and Alexandra Bonn all produced state-leading performances at Saturday's meet at Ocean Breeze.
The NJSIAA Groups 1-4 Championships crowned the Piscataway and Clayton girls, and the Westfield and Metuchen boys as team champions.
The NJSIAA Groups 2-3 Championships crowned the River Dell and Timber Creek girls, and the Ocean Township and Pennsauken boys as team champs!
The NJSIAA Non-Public Championships crowned Seton Hall Prep, Union Catholic, and Montclair Kimberley Academy as team champs!
The distance running star won the 1,600 and 3,200 on Saturday at the State Group 4 Championships at the Bennett Center in Toms River.
The NJSIAA South Group 1 & 4 Sectional Championships crowned the Southern and Glassboro boys and Eastern and Clayton girls as team champions.
The NJSIAA Central Group 1 and 4 Sectional Championships crowned the Metuchen boys and girls, the Hillsborough girls, and East Brunswick boys as team champions.
The NJSIAA North 2 Group 1 and 4 Sectional Championships crowned Verona HS, Whippany Park HS, Piscataway Twp HS, and Westfield HS as team champions.
The NJSIAA North 1 Group 1 and 4 Sectional Championships crowned Hasbrouck Heights, Kinnelon, both Ridgewood squads as team champions.
The UC girls smashed a state record, Seton Hall Prep ran an NJ No. 2 time in the 4x400, and Collin Boler won the boys high school mile.
The senior at Scotch Plains-Fanwood took over the US No. 1 spot in the 55 hurdles with a 7.30 at the Varsity Classic at the NY Armory.
Nate Rayan of Scotch Plains-Fanwood ran a US No. 1 time of 7.30 in the boys hurdles, and multiple NJ No. 1 performances were achieved at Monday's meet.
The NJSIAA South Group 2 and 3 Sectional Championships crowned Manchester Twp, Haddonfield Memorial, Pennsauken, and Timber Creek as team champions.
The NJSIAA Central Group 2 and 3 Sectional Championships crowned Cinnaminson, Rumson-Fair Haven, and both Colts Neck squads as team champions.
The NJSIAA North 2 Group 2 and 3 Sectional Championships crowned Bernards, Mendham, Chatham, and North Hunterdon as team champions.
The NJSIAA North 1 Group 2 and 3 Sectional Championships crowned Demarest, River Dell, Morris Knolls, and Mount Olive as team champions.
The junior at Freehold Township dropped a sizzling 4:48.71 in the mile at Saturday's Bruce Lehane Scarlet and White Invitational at Boston University.