Chatham Seniors Logsdon, Raadam Qualify for Boys Cross-Country Meet of Champions; Cougars 8th in Group 3 Race

Colin Logsdon, left, ran 16:04 and Bo Raadam clocked 16:12 for Chatham at the Group 3 boys cross-country race. Both have qualified for the Meet of Champions next Saturday Credits: TAP Chatham

HOLMDEL, NJ - Chatham seniors Colin Logsdon and Bo Raadam finished third and fifth, respectively, in the NJSIAA Group 3 Boys Cross-Country Championship meet on Saturday at Holmdel Park, earning berths in the Meet of Champions set for next Saturday, also at Holmdel.

Logsdon clocked 16:04 and Raadam ran the course in 16:12 as Chatham placed 8th in Group 3 with 190 points and an average team time of 17:03.4.

According to Chatham coach Patrick Barry, the times by Logsdon and Raadam rank among the top five all-time for a Chatham boys runner at Holmdel.

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"Only Ben Massam, Brian Walsh and James Grimes have run faster," Barry said. "Colin Logsdon and Bo Raadam each had a spectacular race."

Chatham's top runners in Group 3 meet at Holmdel Park

Colin Logsdon:               3rd               16:04
Bo Raadam                    5th               16:12
Alec Gironda                 65th               17:35
Yuwen Zhang                67th                17:38

Liam Cadden                74th                17:48

John Romano               78th                 17:55

Alex Williams               93rd               18:06


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