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Chatham Seniors to Continue Playing Football in College

Chatham football video/slide show of 2015 season Credits: Luke Malanga
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Linebacker/tight end Ryan Barnett has signed a letter of intent to attend Lafayette and quarterback Alex Sands is headed to Colby Credits: TAP Chatham
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Safety/wide receiver Brian Brady will play football at Gettysburg Credits: TAP Chatham
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Jahanzab Khan, a two-way lineman, will play for Division 1 Bryant University Credits: TAP Chatham
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Two-way lineman Michael Kellstrom will play for St. Lawrence University Credits: TAP Chatham
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Linebacker Dylan Ott will play football at Susquehanna University Credits: TAP Chatham
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CHATHAM, NJ - The 2015 football season is in the record books as the single best gridiron campaign since the two Chathams became one high school.

The seniors from the team that went 9-3 and reached the sectional state championship game are not done yet.

So far, six Chatham seniors have committed to playing football in college, including tight end/linebacker Ryan Barnett and two-way lineman Jahanzab Khan, who are headed to NCAA Division 1 programs. Barnett has signed to play at Lafayette and Khan is going to Bryant University.

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Quarterback Alex Sands has decided to play at Colby College; two-way lineman Michael Kellstrom is headed to St. Lawrence; safety/wide receiver Brian Brady will play for Gettysburg and linebacker Dylan Ott has chosen Susquehanna.

 

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