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Logsdon, Oare Highlight Chatham Boys Track in Loss to Morristown

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Colin Logsdon won the 3,200 for Chatham in 10:21.5 Credits: TAP Chatham
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CHATHAM, NJ - Colin Logsdon, Adam Oare, Phillip Wu and Matt Saluti all gained first place for Chatham in a 77-63 dual meet boys track loss to Morristown on Tuesday at Cougar Field.

Logsdon won the 3,200 race in 10:21.5 and Oare set a personal record for the third straight meet by winning the discus in 140 feet, 3 inches.

Wu won the triple jump in a personal record leap of 35 feet, 9 inches, and Saluti cleared 10 feet to win the pole vault.

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Chatham's second and third-place scorers included:

Intermediate Hurdles: 2nd  Jaylen Haye;  58.27
                                3rd  Van Benedict;  65.7
100:  Vincent Avallone:  2nd in 11.3 (PR)
1600:  2nd Bo Radaam;  4:48.5
          3rd:  Alec Gironda;  4:49.1
400:  2nd;  Mike Culleton;  55.2 (PR)
        3rd:  Bryant Brown;  56.6 (PR)
High Hurdles:  2nd ;  Van Benedict;  17.6
                     3rd;  Chris Landolfi;  18.1
800;  2nd ;  Avery Brown;  2:05.7;  (PR)
        3rd;  Matt Stasiukevicius;  2:09.8
200:  2nd;  Jaylen Haye; 23.0
3200:  2nd;  Bo Radaam;  10:27.1
Shot Put;  2nd ;  Adam Oare;  43'11"
Discus:  3rd:  Sam Dennerlein;  114'6"
Javelin:  Jared Cohn;  2nd;  110'1"
Long Jump;  3rd;  Colin Petrullo;  17'2"
Triple Jump:  3rd;  Erik Britt;  33'9"
Pole Vaut:  tied for 3rd;  Julian deKeyser and Phillip;  8'6"
High Jump:  2nd Thomas Walsh;  5'8"

                  3rd Jack Burns;  5'6"  (PR)

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