The Willingboro boys added to their legacy as one of the greatest program in state history while the Hasbrouck Heights celebrated its first title ever at the State Group 1 Relays on Thursday night.
In a battle between South Jersey powers, Willingboro won five of the nine events in the boys competition on the way to a 52-46 victory over runner-up Audubon to capture its fifth straight title and increase its overall total to 19 state relay titles, the second most in state history and the most among public schools. Christian Brothers Academy owns the state record with 28 relay championships.
The Boro, who have won state relay titles in every group except Group 2, won the shuttle hurdles (33.62), the 4x200 (1:34.11), the 4x400 (3:36.39), the shot put, and the high jump, and placed fifth in the sprint medley.
Willingboro received several personal best performances in the field.
Senior Anaias Hughes (a PR of 5-10) and junior Xavier Toliver (5-4) combined to win the high jump, and senior C.J. Johnson, who unloaded bombed a PR and NJ. No. 5 this season of 55.50, and freshman Jaleen Johnson (a PR of 37-9) combined to capture the shot put.