Brothers Academy’s George Kelly won NJSIAA Non-Public A state championship in 1,600 meters June 3 at Old Bridge High Lombardi Field. The junior posted a in his victory. He also finished second in 3,200. ERIC SUCAR staff Mater Dei Prep strongman Christopher Pace dominated the field events at the NJSIAA Non-Public B State Championship last weekend.The senior won the shot put with a throw of 51-1½ and finished second in the discus (131-5). For good measure, the Seraph thrower added a fifth place in the javelin (152-9).Pace helped the Seraphs finish eighth (29 points) in the championships held June 3-4 at Jost Field in South Plainfield.Also scoring for Mater Dei were Daniel Polanco, third in the 3,200 (9:58.25); Christopher Delaney, fifth in the 100-meter dash (11.42); and Daniel Tartaglia, sixth in the 110 hurdles (18.20).The top six finishers in each event at the group championships qualified for today’s NJSIAA Meet of Champions at Old Bridge High School’s Lombardi Field.Mater Dei’s girls finished seventh (27). They were led by the second place of Dejah McGee in the 400 intermediate hurdles (1:06.21). McGee also finished fourth in the 400 (1:01.18).Laura Catanzaro also medaled in two events. The junior was fourth in the discus (98-10) and sixth in the shot put (31-1½).Also scoring for the Seraph girls Christian were Caitlin Gatto (5-0) and Fallon the Quigley (4-10), third and fifth in the School’s high jump, and Amanda Mennan, 4:17.31 fifth in the javelin (98-9). theMatawan Regional High School’s Dylan Spadaccini won the Group II pole vault state title, soaring 14-0. The indoor MOC champion improved by a foot over his Central Jersey championship vault (13-0).Andre Hodge qualified for the MOC in the discus, where he was fourth (152- 8), and the shot put, where he was third (52-1). Justin Love cleared 6-4 in the high jump to take fifth and punch his ticket to Old Bridge.Matawan took ninth place with 22 points.Heading to Old Bridge for the Matawan girls is Gaynell Boham in the triple jump, where she was third (35-8¼) and the long jump, where she took fifth (16-9¾).Anna Johnson tied for fourth in the high jump (5-0).Old Bridge hosted the Non-Public A State Championships last weekend, and Christian Brothers Academy junior George Kelly won the 1,600-meter title in 4:17.31. Teammates Tom Groman (4:22.15) and Dan Mykityshyn (4:23.79) were fourth and fifth.In the 3,200, Kelly turned in a personal best 9:19.87 behind Delbarton’s Morgan Pearson (9:05.67), whom Kelly had beaten in the 1,600.Mykityshyn (9:35.99) and Conrad Lippert (9:37.55) were third and fifth in the 3,200. Gorman took third in the 800 for the Colts (1:56.31).CBA, which had not lost a championship meet all season, finally felt the loss of state champion Mike Mazzaccaro and finished second to an impressive Don Bosco Prep team, 111-80.Matt Pozo was second in the 110 hurdles (15.21) and fifth in the 400 intermediate hurdles (57.57) for the Colts.Theo Foster was fifth in the 400 (49.08) while Phil Reid was fourth in the 110 hurdles (15.78) and Zach McDermott was sixth in the 400 hurdles (58.06).The team of John Turi, McDermott, Clark Mangini and Foster was second in the 4×400 (3:20.56).Out in the field events for CBA, Kyle Connors was second in the high jump (6- 2) and Phil Ragan was third in the javelin (183-10). Bryan Morris was fifth in the pole vault (13-0) and Nick Berger was sixth in the triple jump (43-2½).St. John Vianney High School sprinters Elija Smith (11.47) and Ishmael Hyman (22.78) were sixth in the 100 and 200 dashes, respectively.James Pancetti took fifth in the javelin (166-0).Heading to the MOC for the girls is Andrea McKenna, who was second in the shot put (38-9¼) for the Lancers.