RANDOLPH, NJ - The Chatham boys discus team overcame wet, slippery conditions to earn third place at the prestigious East Coast Relays held Monday at Randolph High.

"The team of Adam Oare, Sam Dennerlein and Filip Bahunek ignored the wet conditions and had one of the best performances in Chatham's Track and Field history," Chatham coach Patrick Barry said. "Sam and Filip set personal records with their throws. Only Demarest and River Dell had better team distances."

Oare threw the discus 133 feet, 1 inch; Dennerlein 130 feet, 11 inches, and Bahunek 115 feet, 2 inches.

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In the 4x200, Chatham's team of Jaylen Haye, Aedan Joel, Christian Siauw and Mike DePinto had their best performance of the season. The team finished in 11th place with a time of 1:35.68.

The team of Haye, DePinto, Joel and Colin Petrullo ran 46.65 in the 4x100, good for 20th place.