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Radaam, Logsdon Pace Field for Chatham Boys Cross-Country in Wins Over Delbarton & Morristown

Chatham seniors Bob Radaam, left, and Colin Logsdon broke in the new Greystone course with the two best times in a field of 161 runners Credits: TAP Chatham

MORRIS PLAINS, NJ - Chatham seniors Bo Radaam and Colin Logsdon took to the new one-loop course at Greystone and crossed first and second, respectively, in a field of 161 runners at the boys cross-country duel meet opener, leading the Cougars to wins over Delbarton and Morristown on Wednesday.

Chatham defeated Delbarton and Morristown by identical scores of 23-35, with Radaam finishing first in 16:12 and Logsdon second in 16:25.

Radaam now owns the time to beat on the one-lap 5K course that equals 3.1 miles. It is the fastest time run by NJAC schools in the opening of the course on Tuesday and Wednesday. Chatham averaged 16:53 over teh course as a team, also the best team average at this time.

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The Top Seven for Chatham:
Bo Radaam:  16:12  (1st)
Colin Logsdon 16:25 (2nd)
Liam Cadden   16:56 (11th)
Alec Gironda   17:11 (17th)
Alex Williams  17:39  (24th)
Anthony Scerbo  17:53 (29th)
John Romano     17:57  (30th)

Frosh Race, Chatham top runners:  No team scores are kept

Jack Cassano-Boris   7th  10:22   (153 total runners)
Brendan Arias           19th 10:40
Quinn Newman          48th 11:30
DJ Carini                   51st 11:32
Max Dinnhaupt          57th    11:40
Joe Sanchez             62nd 11:46

Tim McEvoy              63rd 11:46

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