Welcome to the webpage for the Nineteenth Annual Cherokee Track and Field Invitational, the meet designed for young athletes who have not qualified for Sectional or State championships. In the beginning, the coaching staff recognized a need for novices in the South Jersey area to have some kind of formal end to their seasons, beyond their last dual meet, and this meet was introduced. Today, there are several similar meets available to coaches and athletes but ours continues to be the best!

In addition to all the amenities you might expect at a meet this size, in some races, the staff uses multiple timing devices to record several races on the track at the same time! Come see how it's done by our top professionals!

In the past, despite a few years with some incredibly bad weather for the month of May -- it actually snowed one year! -- the meet flourished, serving hundreds of boys and girls who compete against novices like themselves. Last year, 2017, the weather cooperated and the meet was, once again, a great success! We hope you compete this year and set major PR's for yourself, and we hope to see you again next year!

. . . And while you are visiting, check out the pages related to the Cherokee Challenge, our super cross country meet held in September!

Click HERE for 2018 Meet Information, including Entry Form, at NJ.MileSplit.com

Click HERE for 2018 Meet Information and Entry Form in PDF format

Results/pictures from 2017 at NJ.MileSplit.com

Results/pictures from 2016 at NJ.MileSplit.com

Results from 2015 at NJ.MileSplit.com

Results from 2014 at NJ.MileSplit.com

Results from 2013 at NJ.MileSplit.com

Results from 2012

Results from 2011

Results from 2010

Results from 2009

Pictures from 2009

Results from 2008

Pictures from 2008

Results from 2007

Pictures from 2007

Results from 2006

No Pictures from 2006 are Available: Read Pathetic Explanation

Results from 2005

Pictures from 2005

Results from 2004

Pictures from 2004

"The hay's in the barn." -- Old-timer's aphorism often related to a well-trained athlete going into an important race at the end of the season.

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