Chatham Now in American Division of NJAC for Football; United Division for Other Sports

December 5, 2013 at 6:25 PM

CHATHAM, NJ. - Chatham High varsity football will play in the American Division of the Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference, starting next fall, in a realignment that was adopted by the conference on Nov. 21.

New to Chatham's schedule next year will be High Point, Sparta, Vernon and Pope John.

In all other sports, Chatham teams will compete in the five-team United Division, along with Delbarton, Mendham, Montville and Morristown.

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Here are the new alignments:

Pope John
Morris Hills
Parsippany Hills
High Point

Morris Knolls
Mount Olive
West Morris Mendham
West Morris Central



2014 – 2016

(ADOPTED 11-21-13)

 AMERICAN                                NATIONAL                                 UNITED

VERNON - 1                          RANDOLPH – 1                  MORRISTOWN - 1

MORRIS HILLS – 2               MORRIS KNOLLS – 2       MONTVILLE - 2

MOUNT OLIVE – 3                WEST MORRIS – 3            MENDHAM - 3

SPARTA - 4                           ROXBURY – 4                       CHATHAM - 4

POPE JOHN - 5                  PARSIPPANY HILLS – 5        DELBARTON - 5



                             FREEDOM                                               COLONIAL        

                                  JEFFERSON – 1                                                           NEWTON - 1

                             HACKETTSTOWN – 2                                           WALLKILL VALLEY - 2

                             LENAPE VALLEY – 3                                             NORTH WARREN - 3

                                SUSSEX TECH – 4                                                    HOPATCONG - 4

                                 HIGH POINT – 5                                                      KITTATINNY - 5



                             INDEPENDENCE                                           LIBERTY

                                     BUTLER – 1                                                         VILLA WALSH - 1

                          MORRIS CATHOLIC – 2                                            HANOVER PARK - 2

                                   BOONTON – 3                                                  MOUNTAIN LAKES - 3

                                  KINNELON – 4                                                             DOVER - 4

                            WHIPPANY PARK – 5                                                 PARSIPPANY - 5

                               PEQUANNOCK - 6                                                       MADISON – 6

                               ST. ELIZABETH - 7                                           MORRISTOWN BEARD - 7





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