For the fourth time since 2011, Christian Brothers Academy captured the 4xMile national title at the New Balance Indoor National Championship earlier this month in New York City.
Brian Hill (4:20.4), Tim McInerney (4:22.3), Noah Yuro (4:21.6) and Colin Trigani (4:21.1) won the event in 17:25.47, defeating Shore rival and second place Colts Neck.
The nationals win is the fifth 4xMile championship in CBA indoor history, joining 2014, 2013, 2011 and 2001. In 2014, CBA set a national record that they still hold today.
Even more impressively, the Lincroft boys put another 4xMile team in the top-four, with Joe Boyle, Patrick Kilcooley, JP Stark and Genaro Anzalone finishing fourth.
In the 4×55 hurdles, Colton Brooks, Chris Berger, Brendan Bodisch and Tim Jacoutot set a new school record of 30.12 as they finished fourth.
CBA also entered a team that qualified for the distance medley relay finals, as well as Dan Mead in the emerging elite shot put event. Troy Hill participated in the national freshmen mile, finishing 10th overall.
The Colts will now turn their attention to the beginning of outdoor track and field season, which will once again culminate in the New Balance Outdoor National Championships in June. CBA is also the defending outdoor Non-Public State Champions.
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(Photo Courtesy of Milesplit.)