The 21-year-old McLaughlin broke her own world record by running 51.46, edging defending champ Dalilah Muhammad, second in 51.58.
The 19-year-old from Trenton broke the American record and became the first woman from NJ to win an individual gold medal at the Olympics in track and field.
Keturah Orji, Sydney McLaughlin, and Athing Mu have all advanced at the Tokyo Games.
Wask helped start the girls track and field program at Columbia High, and founded the Polar Bears Track and Field Club.
The rising senior at Demarest said she has committed to the admissions process at Princeton University.
The 2014 Tenafly High graduate is now just one of five U.S. women to ever run under four minutes for 1500m and under 15 minutes for 5000m.
Scott, who starred at Seton Hall Prep and Florida State University, threw the shot put for Jamaica at the Olympic Games in 2008 and 2012.
James put together one of the greatest sprint seasons for a freshman in state history this past spring for Willingboro.
The rising senior made state history this past spring by becoming the first NJ high school girl to run under 4:45 for the mile and under 2:08 for the 800.
The Haddonfield and Ridgewood girls earned their 2nd All-American finishes and the Union Catholic girls finished the meet with six All-American relay finishes
The graduate of Eastern High School in NJ ran on the gold medal winning 4x100 relay team for the U.S. at the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
The Haddonfield girls placed second in the 4x800, and the Union Catholic girls earned All-American in three relays on Friday in Eugene, Oregon.
Medeiros ran 1:49.75, No. 11 in state history, to place third. Bednar ran 10:06.14 to place second in the girls two-mile.
The foursome of Will Pinto, James Kisker, Jackson Barna, and Luke Roberts combined to run 7:39.06, No. 5 in New Jersey history.
Rhea, who starred at St. Augustine High School, won the Big Ten 60-meter high hurdle title this past indoor season.
Several NJ teams and athletes earned All-American honors at the Outdoor National Championships on Thursday at Hayward Field in Oregon.
The Elizabeth boys and Holmdel girls each earned All-American honors in two relays on Wednesday
The 2017 graduate of Union Catholic High School ran a World Record of 51.90 to finish first in the women's 400m hurdles on Sunday at the U.S. Olympic Trials.
Athing Mu, the 19-year-old from Trenton, finished first in 1:56.07, No. 2 in U.S. history, and Neptune native Ajee' Wilson rallied to get third on Sunday
The Colts Neck star ran the fastest 1,600-meter race in state history and won the 800 at the Meet of Champion this season.
The East Brunswick High School graduate placed third in the discus at Friday's U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials to secure a spot in the Tokyo Olympics.
NJ's Curtis Thompson unloaded a 271-7 on his final attempt to put the finishing touches on his victory in the men's javelin at the Olympic Trials on Monday
Rudy Winkler, who competed for Rutgers in 2018, unloaded a 271-4 to break the American hammer throw record and successfully defend his Olympic Trials title.
The Mount Olive High School graduate broke the meet record in the triple jump at the U.S. Olympic Trials on Sunday
The 52nd Meet of Champions at Frank Jost Field in South Plainfield on Saturday was one of the most memorable in recent years.
Bruno, who served as the NJSIAA track and field tournament director for six years and was involved in T&F for more than 50 years, died on Saturday.
Several meet records could fall at the 52nd NJSIAA Meet of Champions, which is scheduled for Saturday at noon at Frank Jost Field in South Plainfield.
The senior sprint star at Egg Harbor wants to go out with a bang by winning three gold medals at Saturday's Meet of Champions.
The U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials are scheduled for June 18-27 at Hayward Field in Oregon.
The NJ Meet of Champions will celebrate its 52nd year on Saturday, June 19 when the meet returns to Frank Jost Field in South Plainfield.