It wasn’t a typical race for a Haddonfield title, but the traditional strength of Group 2 found itself in a familiar place nonetheless.
Bobby Hahn and Carso Wolff each had two touchdowns and the third seeded Bulldawgs kept the offense from number one seed Raritan just enough to claim a 28-7 victory in the NJSIAA / Rothman center jersey Orthopedics, group 2 final in Hazlet.
Hahn scored on a 20-yard rush in the fourth quarter to deal a serious blow to any hope of a return from Raritan (6-5), who had reduced his deficit to 21-7 in the third quarter on a 26-yard run from Kieran. . Falzon.
The Bulldawgs (9-2) continued their end-of-season charge by extending their winning streak to seven games.
In a 2-2 start, the Camden County school may not have looked like it was destined for another title race, but she continued to streak the victories until she won her sixth section title and his second in the past four seasons.
Haddonfield received 136 rushing yards from Hahn, who also scored on a 42-yard run in the second quarter, when the Bulldawgs also got a 1-yard rush from Wolff to start establishing control of a scoreless game at the first quarter.
Wolff, who had only made 2 assists in 8 but had his assists on two third and long plays to establish scores, scored again on a 17-yard run in the third quarter to make it 21-0. before Raritan. eventually countered, with a 26-yard TD led by Falzon.
Falzon rushed for 130 yards to end his season with over 1,500 yards and 23 touchdowns. Overall, the Rockets totaled 255 yards versus 290 for Haddonfield, but the hosts were limited to 10 first downs.
The Rockets were able to put together a few practices that had the potential to produce points, but the Bulldawgs forced three turnovers and made two saves in fourth place.
In the 16th playoff series in his program history, Haddonfield improved to 6-3 all-time in final appearances while increasing his playoff winning percentage to 0.703 pushing his record high. at 26-11.
Raritan, who is finishing his 21st trip to the playoffs, failed to win his third title falling to 2-5 in title games.
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