Higgins Places in Three Events for Chatham Boys Track & Field in Win Over Morristown

Ian Higgins placed in three events, winning two, for the Chatham boys track & field team Credits: TAP Chatham

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Ian Higgins won the triple jump and the intermediate hurdles and placed second in the high hurdles in leading the Chatham boys track & field team past Morristown, 89-24, in a dual meet on Monday.

Higgins won the triple jump with a leap of 36 feet, 2 inches; the intermediate hurdles in 60.3 and was second in the high hurdles with a time of 17.2.

Aedan Joel placed first for Chatham in both the 100-meter dash (11.7) and the 200-meter dash (24.0), while Kristian Roos won the high hurdles (15.7) and long jump (18 feet, 2 inches) for the Cougars.

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Chatham first-place finishers included:
Jack Burns: High Jump; 5'6"
Julian de Keyser: Pole Vault; 10'6"
Liam Cadden: 800-meter run; 2:04
Sam Viola: 400-meter run; 52.9
Colin Logsdon: 3200-meter run; 10:03

Other Notable Chatham scorers:
John Romano; 2nd in Triple Jump; 35'5" and 2nd in Int. Hurdles; 62.3
Bo Raadam: 2nd in 1600 at 4:36
Anthony Scerbo; 2nd in 400 at 53.9 and 3rd in High Jump at 5 feet.
Matt Petruska: 3rd in 100 at 12.3 and 3rd in 200 at 24.8
Kyle Kressler: 2nd in High Jump at 5'2"
Ryan Storm: 2nd in Pole Vault at 10 feet.

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