It’s time to review the finest performances from the winter track season for high school boys after another exciting week.
Read about the performers that stood out last week and then vote for your favorite in the poll at the bottom of this page to determine who should be named the North Jersey Boys Performer of the Week.
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On Thursday, voting ends at six o’clock.
Bergen Tech senior
At the Officials Hall of Fame Classic at the Armory Track Center, Decambre had a fantastic competition, winning the 600 and 1,000 meters in state-record times for New Jersey.
In the US, he is currently rated third at 600 and seventh at 1,000, and he is currently placed 11th all-time at 600 and sixth at 1,000 in Bergen.
Old Tappan senior
DeMarco, a member of the remarkable pole vaulting trio for the Golden Knights, won his first competition of the year by clearing 13 feet at the Ed Church Invitational held in the fieldhouse at Rockland Community College.
At Monday’s Ed Church Invitational, Harrison, who is in his senior year, won the high jump and long jump.
Don Bosco senior
To finish fourth in the Officials Hall of Fame Classic two mile on Friday, Maguire ran the best track race of his career.
He also ran one of the top 20 times in Bergen County history. His performance was the second-highest in the state for the distance this year.
Saundrae Palmer Jr.
Dwight Morrow sophomore
Palmer is among the best sophomore jumpers in the state, and the North Jersey region is rife with talent. His fourth effort of 21 feet or more this season helped him win the Varsity long jump event at the Frosh-Novice Meet held at the Armory Track Center.
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