Christian Brothers Academy track & field won its 23rd overall and eighth straight Monmouth County Outdoor Championship on Friday evening in Holmdel.
The Colts were paced by another terrific performance from senior Tim Jacoutot. The Monmouth University commit won both the 400 meter hurdles on Thursday and followed that up with a victory in the 110 meter hurdles on Friday. He also finished third in the 400 meter dash.
In the 3200 meter event, CBA took second (Brian Hill), third (Noah Yuro) and fourth (Genaro Anzalone). The 4x400 team of Brendan Bodisch, Andrew Canale, Nick Ebert and Kyle Foltz finished second in the 4x400.
On the field side of the championship, the Colts picked up plenty of points with some great finishes. Brendan Bodisch led the charge by taking first in the long jump. Dan Mead scored 16 points for CBA by placing second in the shot put and third in the discus throw. Nick Morse was fourth in the shot put as well.
Overall, Christian Brothers finished with 116 points, comfortably ahead of the second place tie between Matawan and Ocean (52 points).
The Colts will now look ahead to the Shore Conference Championship next Saturday at Neptune High School.