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Chatham 4 X 800 Relay Team Places Third at Morris County Relays

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MADISON, NJ - Dominic Vernazza, Grant Hauck, Will Mitchell and Andrew Vena gained third place for Chatham with a time of 8:33 in the 4 X 800 at the Morris County Relay Championship held Monday at Drew University.
 
In the shuttle hurdles, Chatham's team of  John Walsh, Phil Heller, Harris Eisenhardt and Justin Corbitt placed fourth in 32.98. In the team high jump, Walsh and Devesh Dajee combined for a height of 10' 10" to earn fourth place.
 
 
The JV shot put team of Noah Walsh and Michael Byrne placed fifth.

 

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