Chatham ECLC Hoops team Meets Cougar Football Players in Annual Charity Game

Chatham football players during annual charity game vs. ECLC Tigers Credits: TAP Chatham
ECLC basketball captains Jonathan Vargas, Jay Gurly and Pat Campanile Credits: TAP Chatham
Joe Sullivan, organizer of the annual game, talks to the Cougars during a time out Credits: TAP Chatham
Chatham ECLC and Cougar football team after the annual charity basketball game played Friday night at CHS Credits: TAP Chatham
Connor Harrington is is cheered after singing the national anthem before the game Credits: TAP Chatham

CHATHAM, NJ - It was a win for Chatham all the way.

The fourth annual game between the ECLC Tigers and the Chatham HIgh football team was played Friday night, with proceeds from sales benefitting the ECLC school in Chatham.

Joe Sullivan, Chatham football assistant coach and a teacher at ECLC, organizes the event every year.

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"It's a great way to bring the community together," Sullivan said.

Jonathan Vargas led all scorers with 27 points for the ECLC Tigers, who held off the Cougars, 68-60. Graham LeMon provided the highlight for the Cougars by sinking four straight 3-pointers.

Chatham's Connor Harrington sang the national anthem before the game.

Graham LeMon hits his fourth straight 3-pointer for the Cougars vs. ECLC on Friday

Jonathan Vargas of ECLC goes all the way to score two of his game-high 27 points


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