BRONX, N.Y. - Alec Gironda led the way with a 13:34 time, good for ninth place, in leading the Chatham boys cross-country team to a second-place team trophy in the D Division race at the Manhattan Invitational on Saturday.

Chatham had an average time of 14:00 over the 4K course at Van Cortlandt Park.

In the JV A race, Chatham took the first-place trophy as freshman Ryan Beegle came in first overall with a time of 13:59. 

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Chatham's second JV team ran in the D Division race and placed 14th out of 28 teams, led by freshman Charlie Henne

Chatham Varsity top seven: 2nd place D division in an average 4K time of 14:00.

Alec Gironda               9th     13:34

Anthony Scerbo         24th     13:49

Finn Grosso              25th     13:50

Greg Himstreet         37th      14:08

Dennis Moynihan      67th      14:38

Sam Viola                74th      14:48

Ben Prill                  151st     16:28

Chatham JV A team:  A Division: 1st place team with an average time of 14:18

Ryan Beegle             1st     13:59

Sam Ellis                 4th     14:16

Alex Krack               5th     14:16

Jake Fortuna            6th     14:20

Aidan Johnson         13th     14:39

Jack Tapper             20th    14:48

Patrick Grosso       122nd   16:39

Chatham JV B team running in the D division: 14th place of 28 teams with an average time of 16:02

Charlie Henne         57th     15:37

Nyle Sabih             80th      15:56

Leo Valenzuela      93rd       16:06

Jack Davenport      104th     16:14

Tim McEvoy           108th    16:17

Casey O'Reilley     110th    16:18

Joe Tivade             111th     16:19