Haddonfield girls take 3rd at Nike Cross Regionals, await word on at-large bid to Nationals!!!!!!

The Haddonfield girls continued their terrific XC season Saturday by placing 3rd in the 15th annual Nike Cross Regionals at Bowdoin Park in Wappingers Falls, N.Y.

Haddonfield scored 72 points and finished just two behind Meet of Champions winner Union Catholic. North Allegheny High of Wexford, Pa., won the race with just 23 points.

The top-two teams in each of nine regions earn automatic bids to next weekend’s Nike Nationals in Portland, Ore. There are four at-large bids that go to 3rd-place teams out of the nine regions, and Haddonfield is in the running for one of those.

Junior Ava Thomas led the way for Haddonfield in 15th place in 19:41, and senior Helene Usher, junior Riley Slootsky and freshman Riley Austin ran 21st through 23rd in 19:56 through 19:58. Junior Audrey Naticchia ran 53rd in 21:00. Their team places were 9th, 11th, 12th, 13th and 28th.

The Nike series began in 2007, and Haddonfield’s 3rd-place finish is 3rd-best ever by a South Jersey school.

Kingsway was 2nd in 2017 and Cherokee won last year.

Northern’s Lialah Gordon, Paul VI’s Shaelan McNally race to top-25 finishes at Champs Northeast Regional Championships at Vanny!!!!!!

Northern Burlington sophomore Lialah Gordon and Paul VI junior Shaelan McNally both finished the XC season with top-25 finishes Saturday at the Champs Northeast Regional XC Championships.

Gordon finished 20th in 19:16 and McNally 23rd in 19:22 over the challenging 5,000-meter course at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx. The race draws from seven Northeastern States.

The top 10 finishers qualify for the Champs National Championships at Balboa Park in San Diego next month. This is the latest name for the Kinney / Foot Locker / Eastbay Regionals, all at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx.

Gordon’s 20th-place is the highest finish by a South Jersey girl since Alyssa Aldridge won the 2016 race.

Moorestown’s Peter Simpson – and maybe others? – earns top-10 finish in Champs Northeast Regional frosh-soph race!!!!


According to the official results from the Champs Northeast Regional, three South Jersey runners finished in the top 10 of the combined freshman-sophomore race Saturday morning.

T.J. Zwall of Ocean City is listed in 8th in 17:42, Max Smith of Clementon 9th in 17:46 and Peter Simpson of “Mooresville” 10th in 17:51.

There is a T.J. Zwall who’s a sophomore at Penn Charter, so we’ll assume he’s from Ocean City and running for Penn Charter. Zwall recently finished 8th in the Pennsylvania Independent Schools Championships at Belmont Plateauin 17:04.

Smith, I have no idea. There is no Max Smith that I could find who ran for Triton or any South Jersey school. There’s one in California. If you’re Max Smith and you ran at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx this morning and you’re from Clementon, lemme know! Whoever this Max Smith is, nice race!

Simpson of course is a freshman at Moorestown, not Mooresville, and a first-year runner. Terrific race for him, placing in the top 10 in his first shot on Vanny’s challenging 5,000-meter layout.

The results have been off all day. They show Colin Whitaker of Pitman placing 8th in the boys championship race in 15:40. There is no Colin Whitaker at Pitman. He is in fact a senior at Lampeter-Strasburg High in Lampeter, Pa., just outside Lancaster.

The Champs Northeast Regional is the former Kinney, Foot Locker and Eastbay Regional Championships dating back to 1979 and always at Vanny.

John Richardson’s personal account of his unforgettable experience at Ironman Florida!!!!!!!

It’s been 20 years since John Richardson ran for Ocean City, but he’s still competing at an incredibly high level.

Richardson doubled the 800 and 1,600 at the 2003 Meet of Champions with a couple ridiculous performances – 1:51.62 and 4:09.20 – and was a frequent SEC medalist while competing collegiately for Kentucky.

Richardson went on to run a 3:59.35 mile in February of 2008 in Lexington, Ky., and remains one of just six South Jersey natives to break 4:00 in the mile (along with Brian Gallagher of Sterling, Mark Sivieri of St. Augustine, Brett Johnson of Ocean City, Rob Novak of Bordentown and Ford Palmer of Absegami).

But Richardson is taking on even more ambitious challenges these days.

Richardson and his family now live in Ponte Vedra, Fla. (where the Eagles stayed before the 2004 Super Bowl), where he’s a Realtor. In his spare time – and he needs a lot of it – he’s a triathlete and recently competed in the Ironman Florida, which is a qualifier for the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii, next fall.

Normally, this is where I would tell you how Richardson did at Ironman Florida and what his splits were for the 2.4-mile Gulf of Mexico swim, 112-mile bike ride and full marathon.

But Richardson tells the story better than anyone else. Click here to read Richardson’s own beautifully written and richly detailed account of his experiences on Nov. 5.

It’s a hell of a read!

Sterling’s Jimmy Daniels takes 20th in Philadelphia Marathon!!!!!!

Former Sterling and St. Joe’s runner Jimmy Daniels placed 20th in the Philadelphia Marathon Sunday morning with a 2:25.42 in his first lifetime marathon.

Daniels, 27, finished 8th in the 25-to-29 age group and finished only 1 ½ minutes out of the top 10.

Daniels, who lives in Stratford, placed 3rd in the 2013 Meet of Champions in the 3,200 in 9:00.30 and also ran 4:16.53 for 1,600 meters at Sterling. He ran 14:32.78 for 5,000 meters at St. Joe’s before graduating in 2017.

Michael Iannotta, 22, a 2018 Cherokee graduate who ran at The College of New Jersey, placed 60th and 7th in the 20-24 age group in 2:35.29.

Brian Quilty, 33, of Pitman ran 2:37.18 for 71st place and 21st in the 30-34 age group. Quilty ran at Rowan after graduating from St. Rose High in Belmar.

Chris Shaw of Turnersville, 21, ran 2:38.03 for 77th place and 11th in the 20-24 age group. Shaw, a Washington Township graduate who ran for Stockton, just ran the Atlantic City Marathon late last month.

Dominic Ondoro of Grand Prairie, Texas, won the race in 2:14.20.

Gabby Vassalotti of Haddonfield and Danielle Iannone of Marlton were the top South Jersey women, placing  102nd and 103rd. Vassalotti ran 3:08.32 and Iannone ran 3:12.06.


Another huge race, another huge win for Kylie Anicic.

Anicic, a junior at Edinboro and a 2018 Kingsway graduate, won the NCAA Division 2 Atlantic Regional Saturday over 6,000 meters at the Lambs Creek course along the Tioga River basin in Richmond Township, Tioga County, just north of Mansfield, Pa.

Anicic won by 85 meters over teammate Kimberly Goerss, who was 2nd in 21:25. Their 1-2 finish propelled Edinboro to 2nd place in team scoring with 84 points, behind only Charleston (W. Va.). Charleston and Edinboro are ranked No. 1 and 2 in thte Atlantic Region.

As the top finisher, Anicic qualified for the NCAA Division 2 Championships, and as one of the top three teams, Edinboro will race as a full team as well. D-2 Nationals are scheduled for Dec. 2, at Chambers Bay Golf Club in University Place, Wash., outside Tacoma.

This is Anicic’s first collegiate XC season since 2019, when she was a sophomore at Towson after beginning her collegiate career as a soccer player at Temple.

In her only previous NCAA regional race, Anicic placed 76th for Towson in the Division 1 Mid-Atlantic Regional at Lehigh in 21:50 three years ago this week.

Edinboro has finished 1st or 2nd in its D-2 regionals in nine of the last 10 meets. The Fighting Scots placed 2nd in 2012 and 2015 and won the title in 2013, 2014, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2021. Edinboro tied for 10th in 2016, and the meet wasn’t held in 2020.

This will be the Scots’ 26th trip to nationals and 5th in a row. The program’s top finishes were 2nd place in 2004 and 3rd place in 1999.

On the same course a week earlier, Anicic ran 21:09 and Goerss 22:06 as Edinboro won its 4th straight PSAC Championship.

Kingsway’s Kylie Anicic wins PSAC title, leads Edinboro to 4th straight team title!!!!!!

Kingsway’s Kylie Anicic won her first conference XC title over the weekend, placing first in the PSAC Championship race by nearly a minute.

Anicic, a junior at Edinboro, ran 21:09 over 6,000 meters at the Lambs Creek course along the Tioga River basin in Richmond Township, Tioga County, just north of Mansfield, Pa.
She finished 57 seconds ahead of teammate Kimberly Goerss, who ran 22:06.

Anicic led Edinboro to its 4th consecutive team title with just 33 points, 22 fewer than 2nd-place Shippensburg.

“It’s always exciting to see your hard work pay off with and individual win, but I think it’s more exciting when you share that moment of being champions with the group that pushes you every day,” Anicic said on Edinboro’s web site.

“All the early morning workouts were cashed in by our ladies today. I’m so happy to be a part of something bigger than myself and bring this title back to the Boro.”

Anicic has won six PSAC individual titles on the track – the mile, 3,000 and 5,000 last winter and 1,500, 5,000 and 10,000 meters in the spring. She also anchored Edinboro’s 1st-place DMR at the indoor PSAC meet.

This is her first season of cross country since 2019, when she was a sophomore at Towson. In her only previous conference XC meet, she placed 17th in the Colonial Athletic Association meet in New Market, Va., in November 2019.

Edinboro will race Saturday in the NCAA Division 2 Atlantic Regional Championships back at Lambs Creek. Edinboro is ranked No. 2 in the Atlantic Region behind Charleston, W. Va.

Cherokee’s Jaden Sweely helps Widener win first NCAA Division 3 regional championship!!!!!!

Jaden Sweely, a 2020 Cherokee graduate, helped Widener win the NCAA Division 3 Metro Region Championship over the weekend.

Sweely placed 28th out of nearly 200 runners over the 6,000-meter course at Union Canal Tunnel Park in Lebanon, Pa.

She was named to the USTFCCCA All-Metro Region second team.

She ran 24:23 and was 6th runner for Widener, which outscored 2nd-place Swarthmore, 61-97, to win the first NCAA regional title in program history.

Sweely, a sophomore, bumped the 5th runners from every other school and the 4th runners from every 22 of the 23 other schools. She finished ahead of the 3rd runners from all but three schools in the 24-team race.

A week earlier, Sweely placed 16th out of more than 130 runners as Widener won its first Middle Atlantic Conference Championship. Widener outscored 2nd-place Misericordia of Dallas, Pa., 40-101. Sweely was Widener’s 5th finisher in the conference meet.

Widener is ranked 31st in the country in the most recent United States Track and Cross Country Coaches Association poll.

Widener will race at the NCAA Division 3 National Championships for the first time in program history Saturday at Forest Akers Golf Course in East Lansing, Mich.

Anna Sasse of Williamstown was Rowan’s first finisher, taking 24th place in 24:14. Rowan placed 9th in team scoring.

Junior Jessie Klenk of Sterling placed 29th in 24:25 for Stockton, which placed 3rd with 127 points.

Freshman Savannah Hodgens from Mainland Regional was No. 5 runner for The College of New Jersey, which placed 4th in team scoring. Hodgens ran 24:37 and placed 36thoverall. She was the 6th freshman across the line.

Understanding just how rare Patrick Ditmars and Nick Kuenkel’s M-of-C performances were!!!!!!

Now that we’ve had a couple days to digest their races, let’s take a look at just how rare the performances of Patrick Ditmars and Nick Kuenkel were on Saturday.

As we wrote over the weekend, Ditmars and Kuenkel finished 2nd and 4th in the 50th annual Meet of Champions at Holmdel County Park, leading Cherokee to a 3rd-place finish – its best in 22 years.

Here’s what’s most remarkable about their races: Ditmars and Kuenkel became the first South Jersey teammates – and only the 6th teammates in meet history – to both finish among the top four finishes in the same Meet of Champions. Only four programs can claim that rare achievement.

It had been 13 years since any two runners from the same school both finished in the top four, and they were two of the greatest runners in New Jersey history.

In 2009, identical twins Joe Rosa and Jim Rosa of West Windsor-Plainsboro North went 1-2 in 14:56 and 15:15 – the No. 2 and 3 performances in course history [behind Edward Cheserek’s 14:53 in 2011]. Fortunately, NJSIAA officials did not stop that race with 400 meters to go!

It happened three times in the 1980s – Brad Hudson and Andy Martin of North Hunterdon went 1-2 in 1983 and then Martin and Hudson went 1-2 in 1984. And in 1987, CBA’s John Coyle and Matt Mitchell placed 2nd and 4th.

In the 33 races from 1988 through 2021 – there was no MoC in 2020 – it only happened twice. In 1999, Brian Kerwin and Jeff Dichiara of CBA placed 1st and 4th and the Rosas in 2009.

So Ditmars and Kuenkel are only the third set of teammates to both place 4th or better in a Meet of Champions in the last 35 years – or the last 34 races.

And Cherokee is only the 4th school in meet history to have two in the top four, joining three of the other all-time great programs in state history – North Hunterdon, West Windsor-Plainsboro North and Christian Brothers Academy.

Of the six sets of teammates to place 4th or better in a Meet of Champions, only the Rosas ran as fast or faster than  Ditmars and Kuenkel. The full list is below.

Ditmars and Kuenkel also joined Shawn Wilson – who ran 15:40 at the 2021 state Group 4 meet – and Ethan Wechsler – who ran 15:41 at the 2019 Meet of Champions – as the 3rd and 4th Cherokee runners to go 15:41 or faster at Holmdel.

That makes Cherokee only the 3rd school in state history with four at 15:41 or faster on the historic Holmdel 5,000-meter course. The list is below.

Here’s a look at the schools with two finishers in the top four in meet history:

Cherokee, 2022
15:39 … Patrick Ditmars [2nd]
15:41 … Nick Kuenkel [4th]

West Windsor Plainsboro-North, 2009
14:56 … Joe Rosa [1st]
15:15 … Jim Rosa [2nd]

Christian Brothers Academy, 1999
15:52 … Brian Kerwin [1st]
16:16 … Jeff Dichiara [4th]

Christian Brothers Academy, 1987
16:05 … John Coyle [2nd]
16:17 … Matt Mitchell [4th]

North Hunterdon, 1984
15:52 … Andy Martin [1st]
15:57 … Brad Hudson [2nd]

North Hunterdon, 1983
15:38 … Brad Hudson [1st]
15:59 … Andy Martin [2nd]

And here’s a look at the three schools who’ve had at least four runners at 15:41 or faster at Holmdel County Park (Haddonfield just missed, with three at 15:41 or faster and a 4th at 15:42!):

Christian Brothers Academty
15:19 … Mike Mazzaccaro [2010 Meet of Champions]
15:26 … Mike McClemens [2013 Meet of Champions]
15:35 … Blaise Ferro [2015 Meet of Champions]
15:37 … George Kelly [2011 Meet of Champions]
15:41 … Shaw Powell [2019 Meet of Champions]

North Hunterdon
15:30 … Matthew McDonald [2010 Meet of Champions]
15:31 … Brendan Heffernan [1991 Meet of Champions]
15:38 … Brad Hudson [1983 Meet of Champions]
15:35 … Andy Martin [1984 state Group 3] `

15:39 … Patrick Ditmars [2022 Meet of Champions]
15:40 … Shawn Wilson [2012 state Group 4]
15:41 … Nick Kuenkel [2022 Meet of Champions]
15:41 … Ethan Wechsler [2019 Meet of Champions]

Finally, here’s the updated all-time South Jersey Holmdel County Park list, with all sub-16 performances:

15:16 … Jason DiJoseph [Paul VI], 1988 Parochial A
15:29 … Kevin Antczak [Mainland Regional], 2019 Meet of Champions
15:32 … Kevin Antczak [Mainland Regional], 2019 Shore Coaches Group A
15:33 … Jason DiJoseph [Paul VI], 1988 Meet of Champions
15:33 … Josh Clark [Highland], 2015 Meet of Champions
15:36 … Louis Corgliano [Hammonton], 2013 Meet of Champions
15:36 … Jason DiJoseph [Paul VI], 1987 State Parochial A
15:36 … Seth Clevenger [Haddonfield], 2021 Meet of Champions
15:37 … Aaron Groff [Cherry Hill East], 2015 State Group 4
15:38 … Gregory Hughes [Mainland], 2003 Meet of Champions
15:39 … Luke Petela [Haddon Twp.], 2014 Meet of Champions
15:39 … Aaron Groff [Cherry Hill East], 2015 Meet of Champions
15:39 … Patrick Ditmars [Cherokee], 2022 Meet of Champions
15:40 … Shawn Wilson [Cherokee], 2012 State Group 4
15:40 … Brett Johnson [Ocean City], 2008 State Group 3
15:40 … Steve Maine [Highland], 2013 State Group 3
15:40 … George Andrus [Haddonfield], 2022 Meet of Champions
15:41 … Jon Vitez [Haddonfield], 2009 Meet of Champions
15:41 … Nick Kuenkel [Cherokee], 2022 Meet of Champions
15:42 … Ben Potts [Haddonfield], 2010 Meet of Champions
15:41 … Ethan Wechsler [Cherokee], 2019 Meet of Champions
15:42 … Shawn Hutchison [Bishop Eustace], 2014 Meet of Champions
15:43 … Marc Pelerin [Cherokee], 2001 Meet of Champions
15:43 … Miles Schoedler [Ocean City], 2010 Shore Coaches
15:44 … Brett Johnson [Ocean City], 2008 Shore Coaches C
15:45 … Keith Krieger [Cherokee], 2002 State Group 4
15:45 … Shawn Wilson [Cherokee], 2011 Meet of Champions
15:46 … Jack Shea [Cherokee], 2015 Meet of Champions
15:46 … Dennis Fortuna [Triton], 2021 Meet of Champions
15:47 … Urie Ridgeway [Bridgeton], 1988 Meet of Champions
15:48 … Chris Platt [Haddonfield], 2001 Meet of Champions
15:48 … Keith Krieger [Cherokee], 2002 Meet of Champions
15:48 … Austin Gabay [Cinnaminson], 2019 State Group 2
15:48 … Oliver Adler [Cherry Hill East], 2019 Meet of Champions
15:49 … Gregory Hughes [Mainland], 2003 State Group 4
15:49 … Luke Petela [Haddon Twp.], 2014 State Group 1
15:50 … Mike Myers [Eastern Reg.], 2000 Meet of Champions
15:51 … Jon Anderson [Cinnaminson], 2003 2003 Meet of Champions
15:51 … Murad Campbell [Overbrook], 1998 Shore Coaches
15:51 … Ethan Wechsler [Cherokee], 2019 State Group 4
15:52 … Kevin Antczak [Mainland Reg.], 2019 State Parochial A
15:54 … Mike Mantini [Gateway], 1978 State Group 2
15:54 … Paul Szulewski [Williamstown], 2010 Meet of Champions
15:54 … Skip Stiles [Haddonfield], 2001 Meet of Champions
15:54 … Mike Myers [Eastern], 2000 State Group 4
15:55 … Dominick Munson [Timber Creek], 2014 Meet of Champions
15:55 … Breton Bonnett [Haddonfield], 2001 Meet of Champions
15:55 … Aaron Groff [Cherry Hill East], 2014 State Group 4
15:55 … Seth Clevenger [Haddonfield], 2021 Shore Coaches Group E
15:56 … David Forward [Shawnee], 2008 Shore Coaches B
15:56 … Ethan Wechsler [Cherokee], 2018 Meet of Champions
15:56 … Brett Johnson [Ocean City], 2008 Meet of Champions
15:56 … Jon Vitez [Haddonfield], 2009 State Group 2
15:56 … Ben Potts [Haddonfield], 2010 Shore Coaches Championship
15:56 … Kyle Kirk [Camden Catholic], 2012 Meet of Champions
15:56 … Nick Kuenkel [Cherokee], 2022 Meet of Champions
15:57 … Nate Miller [Highland Reg.], 1998 Meet of Champions
15:57 … Paul Szulewski [Williamstown], 2009 Meet of Champions
15:57 … Connor Herr [Shawnee], 2010 Meet of Champions
15:57 … Michael Ungvarsky [Cinnaminson], 2016 State Group 2
15:58 … Jason DiJoseph [Paul VI], 1987 Meet of Champions
15:58 … Marc Pelerin [Cherokee], 2000 Shore Coaches A
15:58 … Jack Shea [Cherokee], 2016 Meet of Champions
15:58 … Austin Gabay [Cinnaminson], 2019 Shore Coaches Group E
15:58 … Oliver Adler [Cherry Hill East], 2019 Shore Coaches Group A
15:58 … Martin Ridell [Haddonfield], 2019 Meet of Champions
15:58 … George Andrus [Haddonfield], 2021 Meet of Champions
15:59 … Anthony Dentino [Washington Twp.], 2010 State Group 4
15:59 … Steve Maine [Highland], 2012 Meet of Champions
15:59 … Robert Edwards [Bridgeton], 2002 Meet of Champions
15:59 … Shawn Hutchison [Bishop Eustace], 2014 State Parochial A

Liliah Gordon leads all S.J. runners with another huge race at Meet of Champions, 6 other S.J. girls in top 25!!!!!!

Northern Burlington sophomore Liliah Gordon on Saturday became the 14th South Jersey girl in the 50-year history of the Meet of Champions to place in the top eight in consecutive years.

Gordon was the top South Jersey runner for a second straight year, placing 7th in 19:05 at Holmdel County Park a year after placing 8th as a freshman in 18:29 in much faster conditions.

She’s the first South Jersey girl to finish in the top eight in back-to-back years since Mainland Regional’s Alyssa Aldridge placed 2nd in 2014, 1st in 2015 and 2016 and 2nd in 2017.

Gordon became only the 4th Burlington County girl to place in the top eight in consecutive years. Rancocas Valley’s Cathy Young was 5th in 1972 – the first year the meet was held – and then 4th in 1973, Shawnee’s Liz Moore placed 6th, 5th and 2nd from 1991 through 1993 and Cherokee’s Megan Lacy’s was 4th in 2010 and 7th in 2011.

She’s also only the 7th girl to lead all South Jersey runners with a top-10 finish in back-to-back years.

The full list of South Jersey girls with back-to-back top-10 finishes is below.

Gordon was the 1st sophomore across the line, finishing 17 seconds ahead of Mainland’s Sofia Day, the 2nd sophomore finisher. Day placed 11th, four spots ahead of her 15th-place finish as a freshman.

Clearview senior Abigail Waddington ran 19:24 for 13th place, the best finish by a Clearview girl in 33 years – since Michele Owen took 9th in the 1989 race in 20:10. The only other Clearview girls with top-25 finishes are Carrie Thompson (14th in 1988) and Owen’s 22nd in 1986.

Egg Harbor junior Michaela “Kiki” Schlemo ran 19:26 for 15th, finishing just behind Waddington. She’s the third EHT girl to place in the top-25 in meet history, following Jennifer O’Donohue, who was 18th in 1985, and Olivia Schaefer, who placed 6th in 2019.

We wrote earlier about Haddonfield, which had junior Ava Thomas 16th, junior Riley Slootsky 21st and freshman Riley Austin 25th. You can read their race here.

Delsea senior Lillie Widmer placed 17th in 19:31, the best finish by a Delsea girl since Amanda Goetschius ran 18:51 for 11th place in 2006. Other Delsea top-25 finishers are Paige Senatore (25th in 2011) and Brittany McCann (25th in 2000, 16th in 2001),

Other South Jersey girls in the top 50: Cinnaminson senior Stephanie Renouf [30th in 19:49], Cherry Hill East senior Alexis Tepper [33rd in 19:56], Paul VI junior Shaelan McNally [38th in 20:04], Cherokee junior Kerry O’Day [40th in 20:05] and Clearview junior Margaret Wisniewski [47th in 20:14].

Here’s a look at the repeat top-25 finishers in South Jersey history:

Liliah Gordon [Northern Burlington]
8th … 2021 [18:29]
7th … 2022 []

Alyssa Aldridge [Mainland Regional]
2nd … 2014 [18;21]
1st … 2015 [18:07]
1st … 2016 [17:55]
2nd … 2017 [18:18]

Briana Gess [Haddonfield]
3rd … 2015 [18:25]
2nd … 2016 [18:35]

Holly Bischof [Bishop Eustace]
2nd … 2010 [18:08]
1st … 2011 [18:12]

Megan Lacy [Cherokee]
4th … 2010 [18:12]
7th … 2011 [18:29]

Megan Venables [Highland]
5th … 2008 [18:38]
2nd … 2009 [18:00]
1st … 2010 [17:45]

Chelsea Ley [Kingsway]
3rd … 2007 [18:07]
2nd … 2008 [18:01]
1st … 2009 [17:55]

Theresa Cattuna [Cherry Hill East]
9th … 2005 [18:46]
3rd … 2006 [18:18]

Vanessa Wright [Haddonfield]
2nd … 2004 [18:21]
4th … 2005 [18:23]

Brittany Sedberry [Ocean City]
5th … 2002 [18:43]
1st … 2003 [18:42]
1st … 2004 [18:11]

Lisa Burkholder [Cherokee]
8th … 2003 [19:23]
9th … 2004 [18:52]

Erin Donohue [Haddonfield]
10th … 1997 [19:44]
2nd … 1998 [18:27]
1st … 1999 [18:44]
1st … 2000 [18:27]

Liz Moore [Shawnee]
6th … 1991 [19:46]
5th … 1992 [19:34]
2nd … 1993 [19:29]

Michelle Rowen [Washington Township]
5th … 1981 [18:36]
1st … 1982 [17:40]

Monique Purcell [Holy Spirit]
3rd … 1977 [18:23(3m)]
8th … 1978 [19:51]

Cathy Young [Rancocas Valley]
4th … 1973 [12:59]
5th … 1972 [13:21 (2m)]