Led by individual winner Sarah Naticchia, Haddonfield had four of the top five finishers and won its fourth straight Camden County title Saturday morning.
Naticchia ran 18:46 over the 5K Timber Creek Park course, with Collingswood senior Sophie Steidle second in 19:17.
Then it was Haddonfield seniors Allison Colflesh and Payton Weiner and freshman Anna Earp taking the next three spots. Colflesh was 3rd in 19:18, Weiner 4th in 19:32 and Earp 5th in 19:58.
It was the fourth straight Camden County title for Haddonfield, ranked No. 2 in the state. Their 22 points is the lowest score since Paul VI won the 1987 title at Camden County College with 19 points.
Haddonfield’s 51-point margin of victory ties the largest in 33 years, since that same Paul VI team recorded a 62-point margin when it scored 19 and Bishop Eustace was second with 81. Eastern also won by 51 points in 2012, 48-99 over Cherry Hill East.
Haddonfield outscored second-place Cherry Hill East 22-73, with Paul VI 3rd at 113 and then Highland 4th at 128.
Senior Lindsay Colflesh, sophomore Sabrina Miller and junior Jess Goode also raced for Haddonfield, with Colflesh completing Haddonfield’s scoring in 9th place in 20:32. Miller ran 20:58 for 13th and Goode 21:01 for 15th.
The rest of the top 10 included Highland sophomore Grace Wassell [6th in 20:07], Paul VI freshman Shaelan McNally [7th in 20:17], Highland junior Princess Nwoga [8th in 20:26] and Cherry Hill East sophomore Alexis Tepper [10th in 20:34].
The Haddonfield girls swept the top six spots in the JV race, and sophomore Helen Usher’s winning 20:44 was fast enough to place 11th in the varsity race.