St. John the Baptist beat St. Anthony's on the anchor leg of the CHSAA 4x800 relay.
Robert Rhodes ran leadoff for defending champs Boys
Web Pierre ran a leg on Middletown's winning relay in the Suburban Boys 4x400.
Sachem East's Rachel Paul finished fifth in the girls high school in 4:59.23.
Oregon-bound Chad Noelle of Greene (N.Y.) won the boys high school mile in 4:16.71.
North Shore's Brianna Nerud finished seventh in the girls high school mile in 5:01.48.
North Shore junior Samantha Nadel won the girls high school mile in 4:50.58.
Manny Mosley ran leadoff for Middletown as his team won the Suburban Boys 4x400.
Justin Hill ran a leg on Seton Hall Prep's team in the Metropolitan 4x800.
Tim Gorman of CBA ran a leg on CBA's winning relay in the Metropolitan 4x800 relay.
Glastonbury's Lindsay Crevoiserat finished second in the girls high school mile in 4:51.10.
George Kelly ran leadoff for CBA's winning relay in the Metropolitan 4x800 relay.
Shakoy Burton ran a leg Middletown's winning relay in the Suburban Boys 4x400 relay.
Bronxville won the Suburban Girls 4x800 with Courtney Campbell, Meredith Rizzo, Amelia Phillips and Mary Cain.
Ward Melville's Mary Kate Anselmini placed eighth in the girls mile in 5:01.70.
Mary Cain (Bronxville, NY) and Chad Noelle (Greene, NY) win this week's awards after strong races at The Armory and Madison Square Garden.
Top stars of younger-generation milers had it out on the hallowed Madison Square Garden 11-laps-to-the-mile saucer and produced a pair of rousing, crowd-pleasing races Friday night, before 9,611 enthused track and field fans.
Neptune NJ junior Ajee Wilson, 3rd in the HS Girls Mile in 4:52.45
Tatnall DE junior Haley Pierce, 4th in the HS Girls Mile in 4:53.27
NEWYORK -- With alumni from as far back as 1972 watching in seats at the Madison Square Garden arena, St. John the Baptist's made its school proud Friday night.
Ryan Whiting photo by WingedFootFotos.com/Trevor Barron photo by Ed Yaker
Homer Center PA junior Angel Piccirillo, 6th in the HS Girls Mile in 4:59.38.
NEW YORK – Nyanka Moise-Joseph knew her job when she looked across from her and saw Cardozo’s Chamique Francis next to her on the starting line.
NEW YORK – Twice Bernard Lagat tried to make a surge to extend his run at history. Twice Ethophia’s Deresse Mekonnen slammed the door on the greatest miler in Millrose Games history.
UConn senior All-American Trisha Ann-Hawthorne (Elmsford, N.Y.) competed with Team Jamaica in the Visa 60m at the 104th Millrose Games held tonight at Madison Square Garden. Hawthorne ran a time of 7.41 to place fifth.
Chad Noelle, NY (pictured far left), rolled to the win with a time of 4:16.71 over Matt Jablonski (pictured center), MD, 4:16.88. Photo by Don Rich, PennTrackXC.com.
NEW YORK -- When Bernard Lagat won his eighth Wanamaker Mile – the most ever – he alluded to the thought that he had finished with the Millrose Games.
NEW YORK – While surrounded by reporters, Bryan Clay toyed with the idea of making the decathlon a reality show. He was right. There is enough drama and unexpected turns, just without the parties or relationship drama.
Millrose Games week is in full tilt starting today at the Armory where Brazilian pole vaulter Fabiana Murer, ranked No. 1 in the world, and homegrown star Natasha Hastings were on hand for the Track Writer’s Luncheon at the National Track and Field Hall of Fame.
Brazilian pole vaulter Fabiana Murer, ranked No. 1 in the world, speaks at a press conference before the Millrose Games.
Natasha Hastings speaks at Track Writer's Luncheon at the National Track and Field Hall of Fame.
Claudia Francis has plenty going on. The Cardozo senior competed in three track meets in five days ending Monday at the MLK Relays. She has a final exam tomorrow in science class and she still needs to make a decision on where she will compete in college next year.
Queen Harrison will compete in the 60 meters at the 104th Millrose Games. She spoke via Skype at the Track Writers' Luncheon at the National Track and Field Hall of Fame Tuesday.
NEW YORK – Two of the most exciting young talents in U.S. track and field will be among those providing star power at Madison Square Garden for the 104th Millrose Games.
NEW YORK – A new event at the 104th Millrose Games will bring three generations of U.S. decathletes – all medal threats for the 2012 Olympic Games in London – to Madison Square Garden for a unique competition. photo by PhotoRun.net
NEW YORK - Returning for its 104th edition, the Millrose Games in 2011 will give one of its greatest stars his biggest challenge and will feature the most heated national sprint rivalry in the world. The 104th Millrose Games will be contested Friday, January 28, 2011 at Madison Square Garden. The first event of USA Track & Field's Visa Championship Series, the Millrose Games will be televised live from 8-10 p.m. Eastern Time on ESPN2.