Haddon Heights put together the fastest shuttle hurdles performance by a Camden County school in 10 years Saturday, running 1:01.85 at the 13th annual Moorestown Relays.
That’s No. 3 in the state so far this year, behind only Rahway’s 1:01.13 at the East Brunswick Invitational on Saturday and St. Benedict’s 1:01.54 at the Lawrenceville relay meet last weekend.
It’s the fastest by a South Jersey Group 2 school since Oakcrest ran 58.54 in 2012 and the fastest by a Camden County school since Camden (59.70) and Wilson (1:00.21) ran faster in 2008.
No individual names are listed on the Moorestown Relays results. If you know who ran for Heights please leave it in the comments section.
Most likely, Cameron Kee anchored Heights’ team. He was a state medalist in the 110 highs last spring and has already run 55.22 for the 400 intermediates this spring.
Moorestown Invitational records are incomplete, but Heights’ time is fastest at the meet since Oakcrest ran 1:00.14 in the large-school division in 2012. It may be a small-school record. The fastest I could find was Willingboro’s 1:02.85 in 2014, but results from 2006 through 2009 aren’t available.