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Boys Swimming: Summit Edges Chatham, 88-82

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Drew Macchia
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PERTH AMBOY, NJ - Chatham won three events, but Summit won the meet in the boys' swimming NJSIAA North 2, Group C sectional final on Thursday night.

Summit came away with an 88-82 team victory for the sectional crown.

Chatham's three winners were Drew Macchia in the 50 freestyle (22.71), Landon Paulson in the 100 backstroke (:57.22) and Jimmy Coyne in the 100 breaststroke (1:04.93).

Chatham's team record is 6-3. Summit moves on with a 9-4 record.

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