Your complete guide to South Jersey’s runners, jumpers and throwers at the 113th annual Millrose Games!!!

It’s going to be a busy day for South Jersey athletes at the 113th annual Millrose Games.

A huge slate of South Jersey athletes and alums are entered in Saturday’s Millrose, the oldest indoor track meet in the world.

This will be the 9th year Millrose will be held at the Armory on 168th Street after being held at the various Madison Square Gardens since 1914.

The full schedule is here. Results will be posted here.

Here’s a minute-by-minute look at what to expect from South Jersey’s runners, jumpers and throwers! (Actually, there are no South Jersey jumpers competing this year and only one thrower. But it does sound better!)

11:50 a.m.
Pleasantville graduates Isaac Clark, Alan Laws Jr. and Larry Ramirez will be running a leg on Shore AC’s distance medley team. In the same race, Hammonton graduate and former Columbia runner Nolan Kier is running for Central Park Track Club’s DMR team. Lane 3

12:03 p.m.
The Paul VI girls – Blair Daniel, Abigail Lutz, Sofia Errichetti and Aliya Rae Garozzo – race in the Private School 1,600-Meter Relay Lane 6

12:09 p.m.
The Paul VI boys – Michael Mazero, Frank Gubler, Chris Cavalieri and Matt Martino – are in the Private School Boys 1,600-Meter Relay. Lane 4

12:25 p.m.
Kingsway’s Sam Allen competes in the one-mile race walk against a field comprised mainly of collegians and post-graduates. Allen, who is ranked No. 1 in his class and headed for Cornell in the fall, placed second in June at the U.S. Under-20 Championships in Miramar, Fla., in the 10,000-meter race walk in 54:08.19.

12:58 p.m.
Williamstown graduate Gabrielle Farquharson is racing for the Garden State Track Club / New Balance in the Women’s 800-Meter Relay at 12:58 p.m. Lane 6

1:20 p.m.
The Winslow and Rancocas Valley girls race in the Girls 1,600-Meter Relay. Janeya Hammond, Jaia James, Nylah Perry and Olivia Wright are scheduled to run for Winslow and Anabella Chin, Sheriyah Nutt, Maya Prima and Alyssa Leak for R.V. R.V. is in lane 1, Winslow in lane 6

1:26 p.m.
Kingsway races in the Suburban Boys 1,600-Meter Relay with the team of Finn Campbell, Eric Williams, Bryan Townes and Michael Williams. Lane 3

1:44 p.m.
A few minutes after the 4-by-4, Kingsway will line up with a different quartet of middle-distance runners for the Boys 3,200-Meter Relay. Ethan Bentley, Jeffrey Heineman, Chris Nelson and Kyle Rakitis are racing for the Dragons. Lane 1

1:54 p.m.
Winslow’s Hammond runs in the Girls 60-Meter Dash at 1:54 p.m. She’s the only New Jersey sprinter in the field. Lane 2

2:02 p.m.
The Kingsway girls run the 4-by-8 with Emily Pierontoni, Skye Robinson, Ashlynne Burke and Allison Pierontoni. Lane 6

3:14 p.m.
Pleasantville’s Gabriel Moronta races in the Boys 600-Meter Run. Lane 1

3:26 p.m.
The parade of Kingsway runners continues when Stone Carraccio runs in the Boys Mile. Lane 10

4:10 p.m.
Olympic silver medalist and two-time World Champion Nia Ali of Pleasantville runs in the Women’s 60-Meter Hurdles. Lane 4

strong>4:39 p.m.
Rancocas Valley graduate Erika Kemp races some of the top distance runners in the world in the Women’s 3,000-Meter Run. Lane 3

4:39 p.m.
Delsea grad Josh Awotunde warms up for USATF Nationals facing a loaded field in the Men’s Shot Put.

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