NEW YORK, N.Y. -- The Union Catholic girls 4x400 meter relay team blew up the track on Wednesday night by burning a 3:50.93, the fastest time in the nation this season, to win the Suburban Division race, and Conor Reilly won the boys pole vault at the Millrose Games Trials at the 168th Street Armory.
With the victory, the 4x400 team automatically qualified for the 112th Millrose Games, which will be held on Feb. 9 at the 168th Street Armory.
Union Catholic's splits in the girls 4x400 were 58.29 for senior Khamil Evans, 57.51 for junior Sydney Tucker, 57.26 for junior Chi Chi Nkulume, and 57.86 for junior Leena Morant.
UC's 3:50.93 is the 12th fastest time in New Jersey history and now gives the Vikings four of the 12 fastest times ever run iin state indoor history.
Union Catholic owns the state record of 3:40.28, which it ran to win the New Balance National title in 2016, the No. 4 time (3:47.03 in 2015), the No. 11 time (3:50.82 in 2017), and now the No. 12 time (3:50.93).
In the boys pole vault, Reilly cleared 14-2 to finish first.
In addition to the victories by the 4x400 team and Reilly, Union Catholic senior Jerika Lufrano placed ninth in the girls mile in 5:05.93.