Mario Heslop, Franklin Township (NJ): State record or not, Heslop had one heck of a final Meet of Champions, sweeping the 100m (10.53) and 200m (20.74) to win his seventh and eighth all-time MOC titles. He ran a career best in the 200m, under 21 for the first time in his career.
Maxwell Otterdahl, Rosemount (MN): The thrower won a double at Minnesota's AA Championships, winning the discus (191-4) and shot put (64-4)
Justin Robinson, Hazelwood West (MO): He ran 44.84, No. 2 all-time in the 400m at Great Southwest. Enough said.
Sean Ryan, Northport (NY): He ran an 8-second PR to win his first 1600m state title in New York, going 4:10.78
Matthew Boling, Houston Strake Jesuit (TX): His 100m has gotten all the attention in 2019, but no one has been more dominant in the LJ in a long time -- he won Great Southwest's event in 25-0.5, which is his sixth marker over at least 25 feet
AJ Green, Eastview (MN): Green proved sub 1:50 was no fluke. The junior did so again at Minnesota's AA State meet, going 1:49.93 to win his second straight title.
Salif Mane, Taft Educational (NY): He went over 50 feet to win New York's triple jump championship, marking 50-4.25
Jason Santa Cruz (Old Tappan (NJ): He threw the farthest javelin of the weekend, hittign 208-1 to win the New Jersey Meet of Champions