Shawnee left no doubt Tuesday evening who the best team is in South Jersey Group 4 girls' basketball.
The top-seeded Renegades wore down visiting, No. 2 Lenape, 49-38, to capture their second consecutive title.
Nikola Williams paved the way for Shawnee by scoring 18 points and pulling down eight rebounds. Forward Karissa Mansure chipped in with 13 points.
Morgan Lenahan poured in 24 points to help carry No. 1 Haddon Township past visiting, No. 2 Gloucester, 42-34. Sarah Getzinger added 14 points for the Hawks, who for the second straight year topped Gloucester for the crown. The rivals have met in the final three straight times and four of the last six years.
"The atmosphere was incredible. A March Madness type of atmosphere," Haddon Heights coach Tom Mulligan said.
Makenzie Cooper scored 14 points to lead Gloucester. Kylee Hirst added 11.
No. 1 Lower Cape May outlasted visiting No. 2 Sterling, 58-55, in overtime to capture its first title in program history. Lauren Holden scored 35 points for Lower Cape May.