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Dominic Hahn’s quartet of touchdowns helps Haddonfield soar past Woodstown

HADDONFIELD (N.J.) - Dominic Hahn didn't want all of the credit. Instead, he insisted the offensive line get the credit for his big day on the ground.


The Bulldogs avenged last week's loss to Camden with a 48-16 win over Woodstown on Friday night. The victory also avenged a 19-0 setback to the Wolverines last season.


Hahn ran for a trio of touchdowns and finished the contest with 164 yards on the ground. The senior also charted a pair of catches for 60 yards and a score.


"I felt I played well," Hahn said. "Honestly, I shouldn't get the praise. It should be my linemen up front who opened up holes all day for me. Without them I probably wouldn't have gotten to the end zone as much as I did tonight."


Woodstown scored on its first play from scrimmage as Bryce Belinfanti went 76 yards to pay dirt.

Haddonfield's Dominic Hahn (26) scored four touchdowns as Haddonfield trounced Woodstown, 48-16, at Haddonfield Memorial High School in Haddonfield, New Jersey on Friday, October 13, 2023. Collin Conway/D2 Sports Network


Haddonfield immediately answered back as Declan McCarthy hit Hahn in stride for a 62-yard touchdown.


The Wolverines responded with a 27-yard field goal by Jake Ware.


Haddonfield's Charlie Klaus accumulated 109 total yards with a pair of catches. He scored two touchdowns. McCarthy finished 4-for-6 passing for 134 yards and two touchdowns.

Woodstown answered back late in the fourth as Alex Torres plunged in from 10 yards out.


Haddonfield coach Frank DeLano agreed with Hahn. The "H" representing the program is what DeLano emphasizes the most to his players.


"It's easy to say we won today thanks to Charlie and Dominic," DeLano said. "But that wouldn't be fair to everyone else on either side of the ball. We don't win games individually, we win them when we play as a unit.


"When everyone does their job in-sync, we execute and the sky is the limit."

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