Most Victories
8—Bishop Loughlin: Brooklyn, N.Y. (1942-45-49-50-51-52-75-81)
4—Phillips Academy: Exeter, N.H. (1920-22-23-25)
4—Power Memorial: New York, N.Y. (1960-70-74-76)
4—Brooklyn Tech: Brooklyn, N.Y. (1954-56-68-80)
4—St. Malachy’s: Belfast, Ireland (1997-98-99-00)
3—Mont Pleasant: Schenectady, N.Y. (1933-34-36)
3—Bernards: Bernardsville, N.J. (1979-84-86)
3—St. Elizabeth Tech: Santa Cruz, Jam. (1987-92-93)

Most Consecutive Victories
4—Bishop Loughlin: Brooklyn, N.Y. (1949-52)
4—St. Malachy’s: Belfast, Ireland (1997-00)
2—Phillips Academy: Exeter, N.H. (1922-23)
2—Hamilton Collegiate: Hamilton, Ont. (1931-32)
2—Mont Pleasant: Schenectady, N.Y. (1933-34)
2—Overbrook: Philadelphia, Pa. (1938-39)
2—St. Elizabeth Tech: Santa Cruz, Jam. (1992-93)

Longest Stretch Between Championships
40—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (1926-66)
33—Bishop Loughlin: Brooklyn, N.Y. (1952-75)

Event Record
9:59.66 — South Lakes, Reston, Va. (2001)
Richard Smith 3:07.2, Justin Smyser 50.4,
Kanda Karno 1:57.4, Alan Webb 4:04.7

Relays’ Top 10
9:59.66—South Lakes: Reston, Va. (2001)
9:59.84—St. Malachy’s: Belfast, Ireland (1999)
10:00.70—St. Malachy’s: Belfast, Ireland (2000)
10:00.9—Willingboro: Willingboro, N.J. (1983)
10:00.9—Bernards: Bernardsville, N.J. (1983)
10:01.58—St. Malachy’s: Belfast, Ireland (1997)
10:02.1y—Essex Catholic: Newark, N.J. (1967)
10:02.1—Power Memorial: New York, N.Y. (1976)
10:02.27—West Springfield: Springfield, Pa. (1997)
10:02.3—Wissahickon: Ambler, Pa. (1982)

Record Progression
10:47.9—Bishop Loughlin: Brooklyn, N.Y. (1949)
10:44.8—Bishop Loughlin: Brooklyn, N.Y. (1951)
10:39.8—Saint Francis: Brooklyn, N.Y. (1957)
10:33.0—Archbishop Stepinac: White Plains, N.Y. (1958)
10:31.3—Power Memorial: New York, N.Y. (1960)
10:25.2—Sewanhaka: Floral Park, N.Y. (1961)
10:23.8—Kenwood: Essex, Md. (1964)
10:09.8—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (1966)
10:05.6—Essex Catholic: Newark, N.J. (1967)
10:02.1—Power Memorial: New York, N.Y. (1976)
10:00.9—Willingboro: Willingboro, N.J. (1983)
10:00.9—Bernards: Bernardsville, N.J. (1983)
9:59.84—St. Malachy’s: Belfast, Ireland (1999)
9:59.66—South Lakes: Reston, Va. (2001)

Longest Standing Record
16 years — Willingboro: Willingboro, N.J.; Bernards: Bernardsville, N.J. (1983-99)

Past Champions
2009—Upper Dublin: Fort Washington, Pa. (10:08.48)
2008—Germantown Friends: Philadelphia, Pa. (10:11.54)
2007—Coatesville: Coatesville, Pa. (10:08.51)
2006—Fayetteville-Manlius: Manlius, N.Y. (10:06.71)
2005—Newton North: Newton, Mass. (10:04.15)
2004—Shenendehowa: Clifton Park, N.Y. (10:10.77)
2003—Northport: Northport, N.Y. (10:15.70)
2002—North Penn: Lansdale, Pa. (10:17.47)
2001—South Lakes: Reston, Va. (9:59.66)
2000—St. Malachy’s: Belfast, Ireland (10:00.70)
1999—St. Malachy’s: Belfast, Ireland (9:59.84)
1998—St. Malachy’s: Belfast, Ireland (10:07.77)
1997—St. Malachy’s: Belfast, Ireland (10:01.58)
1996—Institute of Education: Dublin, Ireland (10:06.48)
1995—Westfield: Westfield, N.J. (10:14.08)
1994—W.C. Mepham: Bellmore, N.Y. (10:20.64)
1993—St. Elizabeth Tech: Santa Cruz, Jam. (10:18.31)
1992—St. Elizabeth Tech: Santa Cruz, Jam. (10:04.88)
1991—Vere Tech: Hayes, Jam. (10:04.52)
1990—St. Jago: Spanish Town, Jam. (10:05.94)
1989—St. Raphael: Pawtucket, R.I. (10:12.54)
1988—Christian Brothers: Lincroft, N.J. (10:10.1)
1987—St. Elizabeth Tech: Santa Cruz, Jam. (10:02.76)
1986—Bernards: Bernardsville, N.J. (10:06.9)
1985—Christian Brothers: Lincroft, N.J.; Mount St. Michael’s: Bronx, N.Y. (10:07.9)
1984—Bernards: Bernardsville, N.J. (10:06.2)
1983—Willingboro: Willingboro, N.J. (10:00.9)
1982—Wissahickon: Ambler, Pa. (10:02.3)
1981—Bishop Loughlin: Brooklyn, N.Y. (10:13.6)
1980—Brooklyn Tech: Brooklyn, N.Y. (10:05.6)
1979—Bernards: Bernardsville, N.J. (10:08.7)
1978—St. Anthony’s: Smithtown, N.Y. (10:02.5)
1977—Mount St. Michael’s: Bronx, N.Y. (10:06.0)
From 1949 to 1975 the distance was 2.5 miles
The 1976 race had legs of 800, 400, 1300 and 1500

1976—Power Memorial: New York, N.Y. (10:02.1)
1975—Bishop Loughlin: Brooklyn, N.Y. (10:12.6)
1974—Power Memorial: New York, N.Y. (10:16.8)
1973—Paramus Catholic: Paramus, N.J. (10:07.7)
1972—St. Joseph’s: Buffalo, N.Y. (10:06.4)
1971—Scotch Plains-Fanwood: Scotch Plains, N.J. (10:12.4)
1970—Power Memorial: New York, N.Y. (10:13.4)
1969—Rice: New York, N.Y. (10:16.1)
1968—Brooklyn Tech: Brooklyn, N.Y. (10:09.0)
1967—Essex Catholic: Newark, N.J. (10:05.6)
1966—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (10:09.8)
1965—Roselle Catholic: Roselle, N.J. (10:26.2)
1964—Kenwood: Essex, Md. (10:23.8)
1963—Archbishop Molloy: Briarwood, N.Y. (10:35.5)
1962—Chaminade: Mineola, N.Y. (10:34.6)
1961—Sewanhaka: Floral Park, N.Y. (10:25.2)
1960—Power Memorial: New York, N.Y. (10:31.3)
1959—St. Michael’s: Jersey City, N.J. (10:36.9)
1958—Archbishop Stepinac: White Plains, N.Y. (10:33.0)
1957—Saint Francis: Brooklyn, N.Y. (10:39.8)
1956—Brooklyn Tech: Brooklyn, N.Y. (10:51.7)
1955—Sewanhaka: Floral Park, N.Y. (10:47.0)
1954—Brooklyn Tech: Brooklyn, N.Y. (10:54.4)
1953—Bayonne: Bayonne, N.J. (10:51.6)
1952—Bishop Loughlin: Brooklyn, N.Y. (11:08.2)
1951—Bishop Loughlin: Brooklyn, N.Y. (10:44.8)
1950—Bishop Loughlin: Brooklyn, N.Y. (10:55.7)
1949—Bishop Loughlin: Brooklyn, N.Y. (10:47.9)
From 1926 to 1948 the distance was 1.875 miles
1948—Washington: Alexandria, Va. (7:55.3)
1947—Morris: New York, N.Y. (7:54.0)
1946—Clinton: Bronx, N.Y. (8:03.7)
1945—Bishop Loughlin: Brooklyn, N.Y. (8:02.3)
1944—Washington: New York, N.Y. (8:00.5)
1943—Clinton: Bronx, N.Y. (7:49.0)
1942—Bishop Loughlin: Brooklyn, N.Y. (7:47.1)
1941—Boyertown: Boyertown, Pa. (7:55.0)
1940—Bayside: Flushing, N.Y. (7:47.2)
1939—Overbrook: Philadelphia, Pa. (7:55.2)
1938—Overbrook: Philadelphia, Pa. (7:41.0)
1937—Washington: New York, N.Y. (7:55.8)
The race was open to prep schools prior to 1937
1936—Mont Pleasant: Schenectady, N.Y. (7:48.8)
1935—St. Benedict’s: Newark, N.J. (7:45.7)
1934—Mont Pleasant: Schenectady, N.Y. (8:13.6)
1933—Mont Pleasant: Schenectady, N.Y. (7:50.6)
1932—Hamilton Collegiate: Hamilton, Ont. (7:47.4)
1931—Hamilton Collegiate: Hamilton, Ont. (7:50.8)
1930—Mercersburg Academy: Mercersburg, Pa. (7:50.8)
1929—Lakewood: Lakewood, Ohio (7:48.8)
1928—De La Salle: New York, N.Y. (8:03.0)
1927—Seton Hall: South Orange, N.J. (7:52.8)
1926—Boys: Brooklyn, N.Y. (7:59.6)
Prior to 1926 the race was 1.25 miles
1925—Phillips Academy: Exeter, N.H. (4:44.8)
1924—Huntington School: Boston, Mass. (4:43.0)
1923—Phillips Academy: Exeter, N.H. (4:43.8)
1922—Phillips Academy: Exeter, N.H. (4:46.6)
1921—Huntington School: Boston, Mass. (4:39.4)
1920—Phillips Academy: Exeter, N.H. (4:44.0)