Booker is a Hall of Fame athlete and coach, who starred in track and field at Camden and Villanova, and has piled up nearly 30 state titles as a coach.
Dawkins was a track and football star in the mid 1990's at Hackensack High School.
The legendary Haddonfield coach has seen some of the greatest performances in NJ history.
Gov. Phil Murphy ordered shutdown of NJ schools for rest of this school year on Monday, prompting the NJSIAA to cancel the spring sports season.
Forys, a nine-time Meet of Champions winner and National Champ in high school, is now a teacher in Greensboro, N.C.
Reactions from the community on the announcement from Governor Murphy that schools will remain closed until at least May 15th.
The Hall of Famer died of a heart attack on Friday after battling coronavirus.
There were several state records smashed between 2010-2019 in what may have been the deepest collection of talent in any one decade in state history.
Medals for top finishers through 1400m in seeded heat and medals for top finishers in unseeded section of 1600m will be awarded.
The 52nd annual meet produced several records, a US#1 and US#2 time, and a bunch of remarkable performances on Sunday at Ocean Breeze.
The bell sounded a lap early, causing runners to stop a lap short before they resumed running. NJSIAA will make ruling on Monday regarding results.
Follow along with the action from MOCs here.
Sunday's meet will be held for the first time ever at Ocean Breeze on Staten Island.
CBA won its record 10th straight title, and UC became the first girls team to ever win six titles in a row.
The junior, who gave up hoops last month, became the first boy to ever win the long jump and triple jump at the same Eastern States Championship meet.
Congratulations to the Ridgewood and Glen Rock girls, and the Passaic Tech and Hasbrouck Heights boys on winning sectional titles
Whitaker, Fede, Jelmert, Nottingham, Mendham, and Colts Neck all shined at Tuesday's 86th annual Eastern meet in New York.
The Union boys took down the meet record in the 4x400 as the meet was held for the first time ever at Ocean Breeze
Daly, who ran at NJ's River Dell High, ran 3:59.74 at BU on Saturday night
The Ridge girls 4x800 team, Nakaja Weaver, and Collin McCarthy all finished first at Friday's meet in NY.
Nottingham and Jackson boys win, Camryn Wennersten, and Stone Carracio drop hot times in the mile.
The junior at RBC is an All-State field hockey player and one of the state's premier track and field athletes.
CBA and Ridge run US #1 and US#2 in DMR, Haddonfield girls run US#2 4x800, Liam Murphy rips 4:11 anchor.
Mariah Fede of Paramus Catholic won three events with sizzling times on Sunday at Ocean Breeze.
Nicholas Medeiro of Old Bridge was a double winner at the meet, which was held on Saturday at the Bennett Center in Toms River.
Charlotte Bednar won the 1,600 in 4:56.72 and the 3,200 in 10:22.64, and Liam Murphy was a triple winner
Liam O'Hara of CBA and Julianne Kopec of RBC were both double winners
The Allentown boys ran a NJ#1 time in the DMR, and the Colts Neck girls and Winslow boys ran NJ#2 times.
The Pingry girls broke pole vault record, and Bryanna Wilson extended her NJ#1 lead in shot put at Monday's meet
Morgan built one of the greatest coaching resumes while at Columbia High School