Champions Corner


Remembering G. Larry James

The Loucks Games is saddened by the loss of 1966 White Plains High School graduate and 1968 Olympic Gold Medallist G. Larry James.

Larry will be remembered not only as a great runner, but also as a fan who loved all that is track and field. He was in attendance at the 2006 and 2007 Loucks Games and stood at the podium awarding trophies and medals to our winners. Many of the tributes to Larry are linked below. Larry, thank you for the thrills and leadership that you have provided over the years. The flame of the Mighty Burner will never be extinguished.

Links to Memories of Larry

Stockton State Athletics, New York Times, LA Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, Atlantic City Press, Villanova Athletic


Art Monk Inducted into Football Hall of Fame

picture credit www.profootballhof.comThe Loucks Games wants to congratulate our former champion and 1976 White Plains High School graduate, Art Monk, on his recent induction into the National Football League Hall of Fame. Art, a 1976 national champion in the 330 yard hurdles, won the Loucks Games 120 Yard High Hurdles (14.1w), as well as the 330s (38.0) in a 1976 double.

We are very proud!


Greg Herzog

  Greg Herzog set the meet record for One Mile (4:10.5), a time which stood as the meet record until 2013 when Ben Malone of Pascack Valley High School in New Jersey eclipsed it (4:09.73). Greg is in regular attendance at the Games, a place where he is always welcomed.

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