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Dennerlein Leads Chatham at Frosh/Soph Track & Field Relays

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Anthony Scerbo, left, anchored Chatham's winning sprint medley team and Sam Dennerlein helped the Cougars win the shot put and discus relay Credits: TAP Chatham
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RANDOLPH, NJ - Sophomore Sam Dennerlein contributed to two winning field relay teams, helping Chatham gain sixth place overall with 49 points on Friday at the Morris County Frosh/Soph Relays.

Dennerlein, Kevin Ferreira, and Jacob Mathews won the discus relay for Chatham with combined throws of 310 feet, 3 inches.

The Cougars also took the shot put team of Dennerlein, Ferreira, and Colton Christie combining for 112 feet, 10 inches.

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Chatham's sprint medley relay team of Mike Culleton, Amari Bhalla, Aidan Christie, and Anthony Scerbo placed first in 3:45.14.

Chatham's other scoring teams:

Team High Jump:  2nd place; 15 feet, 2 inches; Anthony Scerbo, Steve Garcia, and Kyle Kressler.

Soph: 4 X 200: 6th place in 1:44.94; Mike Culleton, Aidan Christie, Amari Bhalla, and Jason Furda.

Team Shuttle Hurdles: 2nd place in 1:15.24; Ryan Varca, Ethan Siauw, Jason Furda, and Kevin Ferreira.

Soph 4 X 800: 6th place; 10:20.37; Alec Gironda, Will Oneil, Aidan West, Aidan Shimschak

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