Frenzel Breaks 20-minute Mark in Chatham Girls Cross-Country Loss

Chatham senior Alex Frenzel ran 19:59 to take first place Credits: Glenn Clark

MORRIS PLAINS, NJ - Chatham senior Alex Frenzel broke the 20-minute mark with a 19:59, placing first for the Lady Cougars in a 21-36 cross-country dual meet loss to Mendham on Tuesday at Greystone.

The Top 7 Chatham Runners in 5K:
Alex Frenzel-19:59 1st 
Abbie Bigham-21:08 6th
Julie Hamilton-21:32 8th
Yulan Zhang-21:51 10th
Phoebe Nichols-21:51 11th
Anya Raadam-22:01
Keren Hynes-22:11
In the 1.6 mile Freshmen Race, all 5 freshmen ran their best times:
Leigh McCaffrey-11:45 2nd frosh
Micah McGrath-11:56 3rd frosh
Willow Zartarian-12:15
Holly Larson-12:57
Lily Malmqvist-13:08


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