RANDOLPH, NJ - Chatham's 4x1600 relay team of Colin Logsdon, Bob Radaam, Matt Stasiukevicius and Liam Cadden set a school record of 18:23.45 in winning the Morris County Relay Championship in the event on Thursday at Randolph High.

Logsdon's 4:28 anchor won the close race for Chatham, as the Cougars edged out second place Mendham with a time of 8:24.56 and third-place Morris Hills, which clocked 18:26.45.

Radaam ran 4:38, Stasiukevicius clocked 4:45 and Cadden ran 4:31 to break the old Chatham High record of 18:28 set in the 2014 Morris County Relays by Will Mitchell, Grant Hauck, Andrew Vena and Dominic Vernazza.

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Chatham finished 12th place overall in the county as a team.

The Cougar sprint medley team of Jaylen Haye, Aedan Joel, Vincent Avallone and Colin Logsdon posted its best time fo the season, placing fourth in 3:44.18.

In the high jump relay Thomas Walsh, Jack Burns and Michael DePinto combined to clear 16 feet, 2 inches in gaining fifth place for Chatham.

The Cougar discus team of Adam Oare, Sam Dennerlein and Sean Pratt placed sixth with combined throws of 333 feet, 1 inch.