Chatham Boys X-Country Wins NJAC Championship with All-Schools Course Record 16:33.73 Average Time

NJAC Champions (l to r): Liam Hynes, Luke Malanga, Jack Byrd, Will Mitchell, Grant Hauck, Pat Mortensen and Kevin Gesell     Credits: Bernadette Mitchell

MORRIS PLAINS, NJ - Will Mitchell, Liam Hynes and Grant Hauck led the way as the Chatham boys cross-country team set a course record for all schools in winning the Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference Championship on Tuesday at Greystone.

Mitchell placed third in 16:20, Hynes crossed fifth in 16:27 and Hauck finished sixth in 16:28 as Chatham won the NJAC Large School Division with 45 points. The team average time of 16:33.73 established a course record for all schools in the 5K race.

The other top runners for Chatham were: Pat Mortensen, 12th in 16:37; Kevin Gesell, 19th in 16:53; Luke Malanga, 48th in 17:42; Jack Byrd, 65th in 18:17.

The Chatham JVs finished in 3rd place with 77 points and average time of 18:19. Chatham's top runners were: David Flynn, 7th in 18:00; Alec Gonzalez 10th in 18:05; Chris Schneider 13th in 18:15; Dan Bresnahan, 21st in 18:33;
Thomas Flynn, 27th in 18:44.

The Chatham Frosh/JV placed fifth in the Short Course-4K with average time of 15:34.5. The top Chatham runners were: Colin Logsdon 1st in 13:48; Bill Galagher 17th in 15:16; Will Sands 27th in 15:40; Declan Maroney 49th in 16:32; Armen Panossian 51st in 16:33.

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Chatham's Meghan LeMon Awarded Degree from Miami University in Ohio

July 21, 2018

OXFORD, OH -- Meghan LeMon of Chatham was among more than 3,900 students from Miami University who received degrees during spring commencement exercises Saturday, May 19, 2018, at Millett Hall.

LeMon graduated MAGNA with a BA degree, majoring in Speech Path & Audiology.

Considered one of eight original "Public Ivies" in the country, Miami University is located in Oxford, Ohio.

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