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Chatham Players LeMon, Rooney, Bredahl Named to Morris County Coaches' Basketball Team

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Chatham coach Todd Ervin with Cougar basketball players l to r: Jack Rooney, Mac Bredahl and Graham LeMon at Morris County Basketball Coaches' Association luncheon
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MOUNTAIN LAKES, NJ - Three Chatham players - Graham LeMon, Jack Rooney and Mac Bredahl - received all-county honors from the Morris County Boys Basketball Coaches' Association at the awards luncheon held Monday.

LeMon was named to the first team. The senior forward was named the MVP of the Morris County Tournament after Chatham won its second straight MCT title. Rooney, a junior guard who finished the season with 1,008 career points, was named to the second team. Bredahl, a junior guard, made the third team.

 

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