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Logsdon Becomes Third Chatham Boys Runner to Win Morris County Individual X-Country Championship

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Chatham senior Colin Logsdon joined Brian Walsh and Ben Massam as Cougars to win the individual title at the Morris County Cross-Country Championship Credits: TAP Chatham
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MORRIS PLAINS, NJ - Chatham senior Colin Logsdon ran the fastest time on the new Greystone Course, clocking 15:30.09, to win the individual Morris County Boys Cross-Country Championship on Wednesday

Chatham placed third in the 64th annual county meet with 95 points. Mendham was first, followed by Morris Hills.

Logsdon is the third individual boys champion from Chatham High, joining Brian Walsh, who won the race in 1990 and 1991, and 2005 winner Ben Massam.

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Chatham posted its best team average of the season: 16:21

Chatham's top runners:
Colin Logsdon:  1st:      15:30.09  (fastest Greystone time new course)
Bo Raadam:      4th       15:34.4
Alex Williams   26th       16:44.43
Alec Gironda    31st       16:57.13
John Romano   33rd       16:59.94
Yuwen Zhang   34th        17:00.48
Liam Cadden   46th         17:27.64

As a team the Cougars have finished within the top 3 in the County for the last 5 years.

Chatham JV:  2nd place with 59 points  (Mendham 1st)

Team average of 17:53

Anthony Scerbo:        3rd    17:24.75
Sam Viola                 11th   17:54.08
Will Sands                13th  17:55.74
Peter Duffy                14th   17:57.43
Patrick O'Brien           21st   18:17.93
Kasra  Sharif             29th    18:27.5
Jack Burns                42nd   18:51.34

Chatham Freshmen:  3rd place with 100 points  (Morris Hills 1st,  Delbarton 2nd)

4K Course
Jack Casano-Boris           19th  15:31
Dennis Moynihan             21st  15:36
Greg Himstreet                24th  15:54
Tim McEvoy                    30th  16:18
Max Dinnhaupt                 31st  16:22
DJ Carini                         33rd  16:26
Quinn Newman                42nd  16:54
 

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