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Chatham Boys Track Places in 4x800 at Holiday Relays

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Liam Cadden  Credits: TAP Chatham
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Colin Logsdon Credits: TAP Chatham
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Matt Stasiukevicius Credits: TAP Chatham
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Alec Gonzalez Credits: TAP Chatham
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MADISON, NJ - Chatham's 4x800 relay team of Colin Logsdon, Liam Cadden, Alec Gonzalez and Matt Stasiukevicius placed at the 33rd annual Holiday Relays held at Drew University on Saturday.

The Cougars placed sixth in the 4x800 with a time of 9:04.36. 

Chatham's JV team of team of Van Benedict, Paul Coyne, Kasra Shariff and Alex Williams earned third place in the 4x800 with a time of 9:29.4.

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Other Notable performances for Chatham included:

Shuttle Hurdles: Team A: 8th place in 36.27; team of Zach Atkins, Jason Alexis, Van Benedict, Ian Higgins.

Team B: 10th place in 37.26; team of Jaylen Haye, Erik Britt, Spencer LaChance, and Blair Dalziel

Distance Medley: 7th place in 11:30.29;  team of Liam Cadden, Steve Bondurich, Matt Stasiukevicius, and Colin Logsdon.
 
4x200: 7th place in 1:39.71; team of Steve Bondurich, Jaylen Haye, Jason Alexis, Vincent Avallone.

 

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