Metuchen High School Wins Group I ShopRite Cup

ROBBINSVILLE – This year’s final — and tenth annual — ShopRite Cup standings have been issued by the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA). Sponsored by ShopRite and the NJSIAA, the ShopRite Cup recognizes the top high school sports program in each of New Jersey’s six group classifications.

Throughout the 2012-2013 school year, athletic programs accumulated points based on performance in championship play in the 32 NJSIAA-sanctioned sports. Schools also received three additional points per season whenever none of their student-athletes or coaches were disqualified during that season.

At the conclusion of the fall, winter, and spring athletic seasons, the six schools with the most points in their respective categories received the 2012-2013 ShopRite Cup. The final point standings are as follows:

Group I: Metuchen High School (Middlesex County) – 59 points
Group II: Haddonfield Memorial High School (Camden County) – 55 points
Group III: Kingsway Regional High School (Gloucester County) – 71 points
Group IV: Millburn High School (Essex County) – 56 points
Non-public Group A: Christian Brothers Academy (Monmouth County) – 170 points*
Non-public Group B: Villa Walsh High School (Morris County) – 79 points*

*Placement points doubled – single gender school

“In its tenth consecutive year, the race for the ShopRite Cup has become as exciting a competition as there is in high school sports,” says Steve Timko, NJSIAA executive director. “The Cup is a unique honor, because it recognizes the finest high school athletic programs in the state for collective effort. We congratulate this year’s six champions on another outstanding year.”

The full, updated 2012-2013 final standings can be found on the NJSIAA Web site, at

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