Paramus Catholic jumper Tiffany Bautista is one of NJ.com's First Team selections for its Non-Public team. (Chris Faytok | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com)Another year is in the books, but the best track and field athletes from across the state made it a season for the ages. Below are the links for NJ.com's All-Group track and field teams for 2017. Selections are based on performances through the NJSIAA Meet of Champions and do not reflect times, heights and marks achieved at national meets.
By Rich Greco, Matt Stypulkoski and Joe Zedalis | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com IMG_4272.jpeg Third team: Aljo Sujak, Tenafly, Sr., 6-2, 185 lbs, outfielder Sujak, who is headed to William and Mary, finished tied for the state lead with 11 home runs. He hit .485 with 23 runs and 30 RBI on the season. Photo courtesy of Tom Laug Justin Henry, Baseball , Rutgers Prep. 2017.
Delbarton's Anthony Volpe is NJ.com's Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference Player of the Year for 2017. (John Munson | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com)PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Anthony Volpe was exactly the spark that Delbarton needed. With senior Andrew Papantonis unable to play the field for most of the season due to injury, Volpe stepped in and filled the shortstop void brilliantly, playing his way into the state Player of the Year conversation as a sophomore.
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