Tom Shetler added a pair of individual golds (50 and 100 freestyle) for the Quakers, who enjoyed a 16-point lead after the first four events. Devin Nielsen, who competed on both winning relays, led Moorestown to a sweep of the first four spots in the 100 breaststroke.
Will Manion (100 butterfly, 100 backstroke) and Ryan Richards (200 freestyle, 500 freestyle) were double winner for Haddonfield.
State Non-Public B. Mike Kell won the 200 individual medley (2:26.59) and the 500 freestyle (4:27.24), but No. 8 seed Camden Catholic had little else to cheer in a 109-61 quarterfinal loss at top-seeded Pingry.
Josh Borelli picked up eight of his 11 points in a game-opening 16-4 surge as seventh-ranked Shawnee went on to rout visiting Winslow Township, 62-41, to wrap up the Olympic Conference Patriot Division title for the sixth time in the last seven seasons.
The Renegades received scoring from 11 players, led by Tristan Thompson's 13 points.
In another Olympic clash, Kyle Green poured in 29 points, including 10 in an 18-9 second-quarter burst that put host Camden Catholic on track for a 68-42 win over Woodrow Wilson.
Philly.com/Life Center Classic. Xavier Lundy dropped in 33 points to help sixth-ranked Paulsboro outlast Rancocas Valley, 64-58, in overtime at Life Center.
Billy Griffin (17 points) sparked a 21-4 second-quarter spree, Nick DePersia added 15 points, and Robby DePersia contributed 13 points and five assists in guiding Haddonfield over Westampton Tech, 79-50.
Burlington County. Willingboro completed a 12-0 sweep of Patriot Division competition with a title-clinching 78-59 victory at Medford Tech.
Ronny Paden made six three-point baskets in scoring 32, and Tyrell Maloney netted 20 for the second-ranked Chimeras.
Florence converted 12 of 13 free throws in the fourth quarter, and D'Andre Davis picked up nine of his 16 points down the stretch to cement a 63-54 victory at Pemberton. Quintin Harris topped the Flashes' scoring with 18 points, while Malcolm Mason netted 19 for the host Hornets.
The tandem of Wes Kerr (18 points) and Zac Frantz (12) offset a 23-point performance by New Egypt's Tyler Barnes, as host Moorestown stormed back from a 20-point halftime deficit to win, 53-44.
Colonial. Behind 26 points by Trey Thatcher, Haddon Township crushed host Collingswood, 61-37, for its first win over the Panthers since 2002.
Tri-County. Rashaan Arsmtead scored 17 of his 19 points in the second half, and Deandre Solomon (15 points) teamed with Tariq Furbush to make four free throws in the final :10 of Schalick's 73-70 home win over GCIT.
Dave Mikanda (17 points) did most of his damage after regulation ended, shooting 9 for 12 from the foul line to help Williamstown pull out a 53-50 double-overtime win at Pitman.
Shannon Johnson scored half of his 20 points in the fourth quarter to help Kingsway withstand a late charge by host Clayton, 74-69. The Clippers couldn't overcome an early 13-point deficit despite the efforts of Percell Downes (20 points, 15 rebounds) and Gilberto Reyes (18 points).
Host Gloucester wasted a 20-point performance by Stefano Okoro in falling, 42-35, to Highland. Tyree Brown had 15 points for the Tartans, who regrouped after managing just two points over the first eight minutes.
Nonleague. Daron Curry (23 points) made the tying layup with 6 seconds left in regulation, and made six free throws in overtime to make host Deptford a 65-61 winner over Bridgeton.
Davis Graham knocked down three long-range shots in scoring 20 points in host Doane Academy's 66-42 conquest of Calvary Christian.