With the conclusion of the high school school sports season, points have been tabulated and winners announced in the NJSIAA ShopRite Cup competition.
In its 16th year, the ShopRite Cup uses a point system to reward the state’s high school athletic programs based on state tournament performance and season-long sportsmanship.
The winners were Ridgewood in Group 4, Moorestown in Group 3, Haddonfield in Group 2, Willingboro in Group 1, Christian Brothers Academy in Non-Public A and Trinity Hall in Non-Public B.
Ridgewood is the Group 4 winner for the second time overall, but first since 2005.
Moorestown is the Group 3 ShopRite Cup winner for second straight year, and fifth time overall.
Haddonfield continues a streak in which it has been the only Group 2 winner in the entire history of the ShopRite Cup program.
Christian Brothers Academy is the Non-Public A winner for the fifth straight year, and 11th time overall.
Willingboro and Trinity Hall are first-time ShopRite Cup recipients.
In addition to their solid athletic performances, which included multiple state championships per school, each winner boosted their final number with bonus points gained for sportsmanship. While those points were awarded after the fall, winter and spring seasons, the six winning schools all competed disqualification-free through the entire school year.