Logsdon Wins NJAC Race, Radaam 3rd in Leading Chatham to Third Place at NJAC Boys X-Country Championship

Colin Logsdon, left, and Bo Radaam placed first and third, respectively at the NJAC Cross-Country Championships Credits: TAP Chatham

MORRIS PLAINS, NJ - Chatham's senior duo of Colin Logsdon and Bo Radaam placed first and third, respectively, leading the Cougars to a third-place team finish in the Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference Large School Cross-Country Championship race on Tuesday at Greystone.

Logsdon crossed first in 15:33 to win the individual NJAC championship. Radaam clocked 15:42.85 for third place. Chatham finished with 87 team points behind 1-Mendham 51 and 2-Morris Hills 65.

Chatham's Top Runners in the NJAC Race:
Colin Logsdon;  1st place in 15:33
Bo Raadam:  3rd      15:42.85
Alec Gironda  19th    16:34.59
Liam Cadden 30th     16:57.53
Alex Williams 34th     17:07.96
John Romano  35th   17:09.97
Yuwen Zhang  39th    17:11.5

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Chatham JV Results: No places available.
Anthony Scerbo               17:15
Sam Viola                       17:19
Will Sands                      17:37
Peter Duffy                      17:52
Jack Burns                      18:12
Kasra Sharif                    18:25
Patrick O'Brien                18:43

Chatham Freshmen:  No team scores; 4K course
6th              Jack Casano-Boris   14:55
26th            Dennis Moynihan      15:35.41
27th            Brenden Arias           15:35.57
34th           Greg Himstreet          15:50
35th           DJ Carini                   15:54
40th           Tim McEvoy               16:14

43rd           Max Dinnhaupt           16:20

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