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Chatham Becomes Basketball Capital of Morris County as Both Boys and Girls Win 2018 MCT Championships

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Chatham boys pull off the three-peat, defeating Delbarton for their third straight MCT title Credits: TAP Chatham
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Chatham girls won their first MCT title on Friday Credits: Ron Frary
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Chatham seniors Jack Rooney and Mac Bredahl hold the 2018 trophy Credits: TAP Chatham
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Chatham seniors Veronica Kelly, Camryn Davies and Chloe Blanc after winning MCT title Friday Credits: Ron Frary
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Chatham senior Jack Rooney, the Most Valuable Player of the 2018 Morris County Tournament Credits: TAP Chatham
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Chatham senior Veronica Kelly the Most Valuable Player of the 2018 Morris County Tournament Credits: Ron Frary
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RANDOLPH, NJ - The Chatham girls cleared the path on Friday night and the Chatham boys went the rest of the distance on Saturday night to make Chatham the Basketball Captial of Morris County.

The Lady Cougars won their first-ever MCT title, 40-31, over Morristown on Friday and the Cougars came back to the County College of Morris the next day to claim their third straight county championship, 47-41 over Delbarton.

Chatham is the first school in 18 years to win both the boys and girls Morris County Tournament Championships in the same year. Mendham last completed the double-crown feat in 2000.

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Chatham closes out its third straight Morris County Tournament final on Saturday night

Cougar Nation celebrates with the boys after the win over Delbarton

Chatham players receive their Morris County Tournament championship plaques

 

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