Chatham Girls Tennis Wins Fourth Straight Morris County Tournament Title

Chatham sophomore Seden Agar won her second straight MCT second-singles title Credits: TAP Chatham
Chatham first-singles player Scarlett Blydenburgh was denied her fourth straight MCT championship in a third-set tiebreaker loss to Brittany Lau of Kinnelon
Chatham senior Laurel Hickey won her second straight MCT third-singles title
Julia Gallop won her first second-doubles MCT title for Chatham with repeat winner Abby Morgan Credits: TAP Chatham
Lana DePasquale and Prisha Vyas won the MCT first-doubles title for Chatham on Sunday Credits: TAP Chatham

RANDOLPH, NJ - The Chatham girls tennis team won its fourth consecutive Morris County Tournament title, winning four of the five finals to gain 24 points and finish ahead of runner-up Morristown with 17 pionts and third-place Mendham with 15 on Sunday at the County College of Morris.

The Lady Cougars won at second singles with Seden Agar repeating as MCT champion; won at third singles with Laurel Hickey defending her title; took first doubles with Lana DePasquale and Prisha Vyas taking the crown, and won at second doubles with the tandem of Abby Morgan and Julia Gallop.

The only disappointment of the day for Chatham came when senior Scarlett Blydenburgh was denied her fourth straight MCT first-singles title. Kinnelon's Brittany Lau edged Blydenburgh in the first-singles final, 6-2, 1-6, 7-6 (8-6).

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Agar topped Meghan Acampora of Morristown, 6-4, 7-5 to clinch her title and Hickey defeated Isabella Berzins of Morristown, 6-2, 6-2.

DePasquale and Vyas were first-time winners at first doubles for Chatham wth a 6-0, 6-0 sweep over the Morristown duo of Isabella Galinkin and Maddie Siegel.

Morgan won her second straight second-doubles, but this time with a new partner in Gallop, with a 6-1, 6-0 victory over Lauren Alpert and Grace Hassell of Mendham.



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