Chatham High Academic Team Takes 1st, 2nd Place in 30-Team Tournament at Colts Neck High

Maggie Clark, Rhea Sinha, Katherine Wang, Oscar Paris, Eric Tonno, Deniz Gedik, Nareg Panossian, Luka Batljan, Armen Panossian, Ameya Phadnis, Alex Cotignola, Stephen Ratner, John Swift Credits: CHS
The CHS academic team of Alex Cotignola, , Ameya Phadnis, Stephen Ratner, and Armen Panossian took first place in the 30-team Colts Neck tournament Credits: CHS
The CHS Academic team that took second place at the Colts Neck tournament: Luka Batljan, Rhea Sinha, Deniz Gedik, Maggie Clark, and Katherine Wang Credits: TAP Chatham

COLTS NECK, NJ - The Chatham High School Academic Teams took first place and tied for second at the Colts Neck High School Academic Competition this month.

The team that includes Ameya Phadnis, Stephen Ratner, Armen Panossian, and Alex Cotignola won first place overall in the competition in a field that included 30 teams.

“The Chatham Academic Team is off to another great start for the 2017-2018 School Year," Mallory Lynn, CHS teacher and advisor to the teams, said. "Our team has grown since last year and many new members competed at the Colts Neck Tournament. All three teams showed a tremendous depth of knowledge and swept categories ranging from Geometry to World History to Popular TV Shows.”

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The CHS team of Rhea Sinha, Deniz Gedik, Maggie Clark, and Katherine Wang tied for second. 

Other CHS Academic Team members include Nareg Panossian, Rhea Sinha, Deniz Gedik, Maggie Clark, John Swift, Oscar Paris, Alex Cotignola, Ameya Phadnis, Luka Batljan, Eric Tonno, Katherine Wang, Stephen Ratner, and Armen Panossian.


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