Chatham Girls Tennis Wins Third Straight MCT; Blydenburgh Takes No. 1 Singles

Chatham junior Scarlett Blydenburgh has won three straight Morris County Tournament titles at No. 1 singles Credits: TAP Chatham
Chatham junior Scarlett Blydenburgh won her third straight Morris County Tournament title at No. 1 singles Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham freshman Seden Agar won the Morris County Tournament No. 2 singles championship Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham's Laurel Hickey won the Morris County Tournament title at No. 3 singles Credits: TAP Chatham
Chatham's second-doubles tandem Abby Morgan and Jennifer McCann won the Morris County Tournament championship on Sunday Credits: TAP Chatham
In his three years as the head girls tennis coach at Chatham, James Cai has won three Morris County Tourament championships Credits: TAP Chatham

RANDOLPH, NJ - Chatham junior Scarlett Blydenburgh won her third straight Morris County Tournament No. 1 singles championship, and the Lady Cougars won their third consecutive MCT team title on Sunday at the County College of Morris.

Chatham won the team title with 22 points. Mendham was second with 19.

Also earning individual titles for Chatham were: Seden Agar at second singles; Laurel Hickey at third singles and Abby Morgan and Jennifer McCann at second doubles.

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Blydenburgh clinched the points that earned Chatham the MCT title when she defeated Britany Lau of Kinnelon, 6-4, 7-6 (7-4).

Freshman Agar won her championship with a straight-set victory over Meghan Acampora of Morristown, 6-2, 6-2.

Hickey defeated Lindsey Hernandez of Mendham, 6-4, 6-2, in the third-singles final.

Morgan and McCann won their championship at second doubles by winning, 6-4, 7-6 (7-4), over Olivia McCarthy and Caitlin Fischer of Mendham.


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