There was something old and familiar and something new at the Monmouth County Indoor Track and Field Championships.The old and familiar was Christian Brothers Academy’s (CBA) team championship. It was the Colts’ sixth straight and 24th overall. CBA was simply overwhelming, scoring 106 points at the meet held at the John Bennett Indoor Athletic Complex in Toms River on Jan. 9.The something new was on the girls side with Holmdel High School claiming its first indoor county championship. The Hornets’ 53 points topped Red Bank Catholic (RBC) High School (36) for the title.Holmdel received individual wins from Marin Warner (1,600 meters) and Keira Yonclas (pole vault) along with the 4×400 relay team.Warner ran the state’s fastest 1,600 of the indoor season at 5:05.37. The group cross-country state champion also gave the Hornets points in the 800 by finishing third (2:21.21).In the pole vault, Yonclas sailed over the bar at 10-6, while teammate Kelly McKay was next at 10-0 to give Holmdel an important 18 points.Yonclas displayed her versatility by running on the winning 4×400 team. Sam Moryto, Yonclas, Anna DeSario and Hannah Lee made up the quartet that edged Matawan Regional High School, 4:16.32- 4:16.75.Lee was sixth in the 55 finals (7.64).Joie Bauman gave the Hornets valuable points in the high jump, taking second via the tiebreaker (fewer misses) as she and winner Destyni Cooper of Red Bank Regional High School both cleared 5-0.Matawan’s Samantha Anderson ran the state’s fastest 400 meters, at 58.55. She helped the Huskies’ girls take second in the 4×400. Her teammates were Yasmin Ali, Rachael Kenny and Danielle Cross.CBA won all but two events on the track, relying on big points from its state champion cross-country team, as well as wins by its sprinters and thrower Andrew Liskowitz.Blaise Ferro led the way with his 1,600- 3,200 double. The reigning indoor Meet of Champions 3,200 champion paced the Colts in the 1,600, winning in 4:28.32 ahead of teammate Greg Paugh (4:33.50).In the 3,200, Ferro bested Monmouth County cross-country champion Aaron Barlev of Holmdel, 9:33.01-9:43.07. CBA’s John Morris was third (9:43.72).The 800 went to the Colts’ Drake Anzano, who outran Raritan High School’s Joseph Cawley to the line, 1:58.83-1:59.03.The Colts’ sprinters were not to be outshined. Mike Zupko held off Freehold Township High School’s Nasir Haines on the line to win the 400 in 50.35, with Haines just .04 back (50.39).Zupko anchored CBA’s 4×400 relay team to a win over Matawan. Jack DeVizia, Mike Somma and Colin Gowen ran the first three legs for the Colts. Their winning time was 3:29.41. Zupko also took third in the 55 dash finals (6.73).Liskowitz continued his big season in the shot put by winning with a throw of 58- 5¾, which makes him No. 1 in New Jersey this season.Matawan, which finished second to CBA with 39 points, had two individual champions.Pole vaulter Matt Isaacson matched his season-leading 13-6 in winning by 1½ feet.Nate Bowie won the 55 hurdles in 7.54.The team of Thomas Kalaietta, Shawn Ramcheran, Matt Natolit and Greg Edwards chased CBA in the 4×400, taking second in 3:30.40.It’s back to the relays for the state’s track and field athletes with this week’s NJSIAA Relays Championships back at the Bennett complex.Group IV starts it off on Jan. 15 and 16. Groups I and II are next on Jan. 17. Group III and Non-Public A and B go on Jan. 18.The Shore Conference Championships are Jan. 23 in Toms River.