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  1. Coach Moses April 1, 2017 / 12:56 pm

    I’m just writing to inform you that Baxton is no longer the Throws Coach at Rowan University, Vanita Moses is.

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  2. Billy Wright June 20, 2017 / 9:33 pm

    You’ve listed Brandon in your all time list even though he was disqualified. If he was disqualified then the performance never happened and should not be listed

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    • sjtcaweb June 20, 2017 / 10:46 pm

      At the time I wrote that post, he hadn’t been disqualified. As soon as I learned about the DQ, I wrote a second post about that. I’m not going to go back and delete or edit an earlier post.

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  3. Billy Wright June 11, 2019 / 8:30 am

    Reuben I guess you get your rankings from mile split. I have emailed Robert Kellert under separate cover. Rankings list all time MOC 4×4 Camden 2006 3:47.55. That was the 2005 team, not the 2006.

    Additionally, all time lists 4×4 Camden 3:47.55. At the 2005 Penn SJ 4×4 Camden ran 3:46.94 a record that still stands. The next day the same quartet ran 3:45.41 for 4th in the Championship of America final (their 3rd consecutive (CofA final), a then SJ record. Neither of these performances are listed.

    On the indoor list that same 95 quartet ran 3:48.00 at Harvard at the Easterns States tying the then state record held by Plainfield.

    A different note, the six young ladies of that Speedcity unit broke the South Jersey record in the 4×2, the 4×4 and the sprint medley, I doubt any high school squad ever held 3 of the 8 recognized relays at one time. They also ran then top 5 SJ performances in the 4×1 and 4×8.
    Billy Wright CHS Coach 1990-96

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  4. Bill Moreland January 5, 2020 / 12:13 pm

    Reuben,
    On today’s list of indoor mile marks under 4:20, John Richardson (Ocean City) is missing. John ran 4:19.63 while finishing 2nd at the 2002 New Balance Games.

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    • sjtcaweb January 18, 2020 / 8:14 pm

      Got it, don’t know how I missed him! Thanks for the heads up!

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  5. RUSSELL BATES April 20, 2020 / 4:07 pm

    LUKE FISHER—SOUTH JERSEY SECTIONALS CHAMPIONSHIPS, SHAWNEE , JAVELIN, 1987. 197’10. GREG HINES, SOUTH JERSEY SECTIONALS CHAMPIONSHIPS, EDGEWOOD REG.—JAVELIN, 196’5”. KERRY VIVETT, EDGEWOOD REG. SOUTH JERSEY SECTIONALS CHAMPIONSHIPS. 1985 HIGH JUMP—6’11 1/2”

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  6. Michelle Ellis August 7, 2020 / 12:42 pm

    You’re missing Leah Ellis from Millville on Top 50 Long Jump she jumped 19′ 3 2019 Eastern LJ Winner and also Top 50 55M Hurdles, her PR is 8.41

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    • sjtcaweb August 7, 2020 / 8:57 pm

      Hi, I added Leah in the hurdles, sorry about the omission.

      I haven’t posted the indoor long jump list yet though! Probably over the weekend.

      Leah is #5 on that list.

      Thanks

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  7. greg geraci April 20, 2022 / 9:26 am

    I wanted to give you heads up on my freshman Javelin thrower from Millville DARIAN

    BLACHEWICZ. He is ranked as the #1 freshman javelin thrower in the State of NJ with his throw of

    140′ 7″ that he threw this past weekend at the Cherokee fast times meet. He is also according too

    Mile split Nationally Ranked as #34 in the Nation amongst freshman throwers. Thank you for your

    time, Coach Greg Geraci … Millville High School throws Coach

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