Haddonfield boys continue their two-decade winning streak, now own 6th-longest streak in history!!!!!

The Haddonfield boys recorded three dual-meet wins Tuesday, extending their remarkable 22-year-old dual-meet winning streak to 205 consecutive wins.

That’s now believed to be the sixth-longest winning streak in U.S. scholastic XC history and just 39 shy of the South Jersey record set by nearby Paul VI over the 1980 through 2007 seasons:

359 … Christian Brothers Academy, Lincroft, N.J. [1973-current]
265 … Blackstone-Millville, Mass. [1974-1992]
250 … Fredonia, N.Y. [1971-1984]
247 … Addison, N.Y. [1998-2008]
244 … Paul VI, Haddon Twp., N.J. [1980-2007]
205 … Haddonfield, N.J. [1997-current]
204 … McQuaid Jesuit, Rochester, N.Y. [1971-2000]
189 … State College, Pa. [1965-1985]

Haddonfield defeated West Deptford, Audubon and Gateway, all by 15-50 scores, Tuesday over 5,000 meters at West Deptford Park.

Haddonfield’s first seven runners ran between 17:36 and 17:39, and overall the Bulldogs swept the top 10 fastest times of the day.

Here’s what Haddonfield’s top 10 looked like:

17:36.7 … Greg Eisenhower, Greg [sr.]
17:37.0 … Ethan Spellmeyer [sr.]
17:37.4 … Sean Campiglia [sr.]
17:37.7 … Martin Riddell [jr.]
17:38.1 … Stephen Kasko [jr.]
17:38.4 … Andrew Gostovich [jr.]
17:40.0 … Grayson Fasolo [jr.]
17:48.5 … Derek Gess [sr.]
17:52.0 … Caleb Clevenger [soph.]
17:55.5 … Griffin Weiner [sr.]

The top non-Haddonfield finisher was sophomore Brady Shute of Gateway-Woodbury Co-op, who ran 18:00.

West Depford beat Audubon 20-36 and Gateway Co-op 21-36. Audubon defeated Gateway, 24-31.

Haddonfield has seven dual meets remaining this year: Paulsboro, Haddon Heights and Lindenwold on Monday, Haddon Township, Collingswood and Overbrook on Sept. 25 and Sterling on Oct. 2, all at Pennypacker Park

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