Most Victories
9—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (1925-26-27-29-30-32-33-34-35)
9—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (1947-48-49-54-55-56-68-69-72)
8—Camperdown: Kingston, Jam. (1980-81-83-86-87-89-98-06)
6—Kingston: Kingston, Jam. (1964-65-66-73-74-90)
5—Calabar: Kingston, Jam. (1979-82-91-08-09)
3—Evander Childs: Bronx, N.Y. (1936-37-38)
3—Cardozo: Washington, D.C. (1945-50-51)
3—Wolmers Boys: Kingston, Jam. (1994-95-00)
3—St. Jago: Spanish Town, Jam. (1992-96-07)

Most Consecutive Victories
4—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (1932-35)
3—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (1925-27)
3—Evander Childs: Bronx, N.Y. (1936-38)
3—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (1947-49)
3—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (1954-56)
3—Kingston: Kingston, Jam. (1964-66)

Longest Stretch Between Championships
36—Overbrook: Philadelphia, Pa. (1941-77)
17—Calabar: Kingston, Jam. (1991-08)

Event Record
:39.91 — Calabar, Kingston, Jam. (2009)
Earl Lee, Ramone McKenzie, Ricardo Powell, Oshaine Bailey

Relays’ Top 10
:39.91—Calabar: Kingston, Jam. (2009)
:39.96—St. Jago: Spanish Town, Jam. (2007)
:40.13—Camperdown: Kingston, Jam. (2006)
:40.15—El Dorado: El Dorado, T&T (2002)
:40.24—Calabar: Kingston, Jam. (2007)
:40.43—Camperdown: Kingston, Jam. (1986)
:40.44—Wolmer’s Boys’: Kingston, Jam. (2009)
:40.46—Wolmer’s Boys’: Kingston, Jam. (1994)
:40.51—Kingston College: Kingston, Jam. (2006)
:40.54—Vere Technical: Hayes, Jam. (2002)

Record Progression
:43.8—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (1925)
:43.6—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (1926)
:42.8—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (1927)
:42.5—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (1933)
:42.0—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (1948)
:41.9—Kingston: Kingston, Jam. (1965)
:41.7—Excelsior: Kingston, Jam. (1967)
:41.6—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (1969)
:41.0—Franklin: Philadelphia, Pa. (1976)
:40.90—Camperdown: Kingston, Jam. (1981)
:40.43—Camperdown: Kingston, Jam. (1986)
:40.15—El Dorado: El Dorado, T&T (2002)
:40.13—Camperdown: Kingston, Jam. (2006)
:39.96—St. Jago: Spanish Town, Jam. (2007)
:39.91—Calabar: Kingston, Jam. (2009)

Longest Standing Record
17 years — Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (1948-65)

Past Champions
2009—Calabar: Kingston, Jam. (:39.91)
2008—Calabar: Kingston, Jam. (:40.74)
2007—St. Jago: Spanish Town, Jam. (:39.96)
2006—Camperdown: Kingston, Jam. (:40.13)
2005—Holmwood Tech: Manchester, Jam. (:40.82)
2004—Glenville: Glenville, Ohio (:41.11)
2003—Deep Creek: Chesapeake, Va. (:41.19)
2002—El Dorado: El Dorado, T&T (:40.15)
2001—El Dorado: El Dorado, T&T (:40.99)
2000—Wolmer’s Boys’: Kingston, Jam. (:40.56)
1999—Potomac: Dumfries, Va. (:41.26)
1998—Camperdown: Kingston, Jam. (:40.64)
1997—Long Beach Poly: Long Beach, Calif. (:41.04)
1996—St. Jago: Spanish Town, Jam. (:41.14)
1995—Wolmer’s Boys’: Kingston, Jam. (:40.76)
1994—Wolmer’s Boys’: Kingston, Jam. (:40.46)
1993—T.C. Williams: Alexandria, Va. (:40.56)
1992—St. Jago: Spanish Town, Jam. (:41.46)
1991—Calabar: Kingston, Jam. (:40.84)
1990—Kingston: Kingston, Jam. (:41.18)
1989—Camperdown: Kingston, Jam. (:41.23)
1988—St. Elizabeth Tech: Santa Cruz, Jam. (:40.75)
1987—Camperdown: Kingston, Jam. (:40.99)
1986—Camperdown: Kingston, Jam. (:40.43)
1985—Jamaica College: Kingston, Jam. (:41.05)
1984—Montclair: Montclair, N.J. (:41.31)
1983—Camperdown: Kingston, Jam. (:41.42)
1982—Calabar: Kingston, Jam. (:41.49)
1981—Camperdown: Kingston, Jam. (:40.90)
1980—Camperdown: Kingston, Jam. (:41.34)
1979—Calabar: Kingston, Jam. (:41.64)
1978—Westfield: Westfield, N.J. (:42.11)
1977—Overbrook: Philadelphia, Pa. (:41.1)
1976—Franklin: Philadelphia, Pa. (:41.0)
Prior to 1976 the distance was 4 x 110 yards
1975—Franklin: Philadelphia, Pa. (:42.4)
1974—Kingston: Kingston, Jam. (:41.7)
1973—Kingston: Kingston, Jam. (:42.2)
1972—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (:41.8)
1971—Rahway: Rahway, N.J. (:42.1)
1970—Lincoln: Jersey City, N.J. (:42.1)
1969—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (:41.6)
1968—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (:42.2)
1967—Excelsior: Kingston, Jam. (:41.7)
1966—Kingston: Kingston, Jam. (:43.0)
1965—Kingston: Kingston, Jam. (:41.9)
1964—Kingston: Kingston, Jam. (:42.7)
1963—New Rochelle: New Rochelle, N.Y. (:43.1)
1962—Howard: Wilmington, Del. (:43.0)
1961—McKinley: Washington, D.C. (:43.4)
1960—Plainfield: Plainfield, N.J. (:43.0)
1959—Snyder: Jersey City, N.J. (:43.0)
1958—Williamsport: Williamsport, Pa. (:43.4)
1957—Lower Merion: Ardmore, Pa. (:43.1)
1956—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (:43.4)
1955—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (:43.6)
1954—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (:43.8)
1953—Cranford: Cranford, N.J. (:43.7)
1952—Bishop Loughlin: Brooklyn, N.Y. (:44.3)
1951—Cardozo: Washington, D.C. (:43.7)
1950—Cardozo: Washington, D.C. (:43.0)
1949—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (:43.2)
1948—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (:42.0)
1947—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (:43.5)
1946—Cranford: Cranford, N.J. (:44.1)
1945—Cardozo: Washington, D.C. (:44.3)
1944—Wilson: Camden, N.J. (:44.4)
1943—Lincoln: Brooklyn, N.Y. (:44.3)
1942—Manual: Bordentown, N.J. (:43.7)
1941—Overbrook: Philadelphia, Pa. (:44.0)
1940—Manual: Brooklyn, N.Y. (:44.0)
1939—Barringer: Newark, N.J. (:44.4)
1938—Evander Childs: Bronx, N.Y. (:43.5)
The race was open to prep schools prior to 1937
1937—Evander Childs: Bronx, N.Y. (:43.6)
1936—Evander Childs: Bronx, N.Y. (:42.9)
1935—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (:43.2)
1934—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (:44.4)
1933—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (:42.5)
1932—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (:43.0)
1931—New Utrecht: Brooklyn, N.Y. (:44.1)
1930—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (:44.0)
The race was run around one curve prior to 1929
1929—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (:43.6)
1928—New Utrecht: Brooklyn, N.Y. (:43.4)
1927—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (:42.8)
1926—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (:43.6)
1925—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (:43.8)