• Boys Basketball
    Varsity--West Morris Mendham 52 - Chatham 46 (2OT)

    T.J. Garrison scored 15 points, while Kevin Sansone scored 14 points, as Mendham defeated Chatham 52-46 in double overtime, in Mendham.

    Mendham went on an 11-5 run in the second overtime. Mendham led 18-14 at the half.

    Jesse Hafemeister netted 10 points for Mendham.

    Varsity--Delbarton 66 - Chatham 63

    Jaedon Khubani scored a game-high 26 points for Delbarton in a 66-63 win against Chatham in Chatham.

    Khubani recorded 13 of 26 points from the free-throw line.

    Dean Smith recorded 14 points for Delbarton (14-3) and Isaiah Washington finished with 10 points.

    Andrew Bergman led Chatham (7-15) with 21 points.


    Varsity--Chatham 62 - Randolph 41

    Andrew Bergman scored 18 points to lead Chatham past Randolph, 61-41, in Chatham.

    EJ Leskauskas added 10 points and Ryan Doherty chipped in with nine as well for the Cougars, which used a 23-8 third quarter to take the lead. Five others also scored for Chatham including Cam Rooney who had eight points.

    Varsity--Sparta 55 - Chatham 40

    Jack Cavanaugh scored 17 points to help Sparta earn a 55-40 victory over Chatham in Sparta.

    Sparta outscored Chatham 13-7 in the second quarter to take a 28-16 lead at halftime.

    Alex Podolski contributed 11 points, while Dante Joefield and Cam Riley each added 10 points for Sparta.

    Andrew Bergman scored 16 points for Chatham, while Ryan Doherty added 11 points.

    Varsity--West Morris Mendham 66 - Chatham 58

    T.J. Garrison and Jesse Hafemeister each scored 22 points each as Mendham beat Chatham, 66-58, in Chatham.

    Garrison drained six 3-pointers while Hafemeister made four. Gavin Franzon added another 11 points as well.

    Mendham used a 23-13 second quarter to pull ahead.

    Varsity--Delbarton 69 - Chatham 42

    Dean Smith made six 3-pointers and finished with 24 points as Delbarton defeated Chatham, 69-42, in Morristown.

    Jack Baker and Jaedon Khubani added nine points apiece for Delbarton, which used a 21-10 third quarter to break the game open.

    Ryan Doherty had 10 points and Tim Fell added eight for Chatham.

    Varsity--Randolph 51 - Chatham 49

    Brian Eames had 16 points, six rebounds and six assists in Randolph's 51-49 victory over Chatham in Randolph.

    Jamal Santana scored 14 points and Justin Lawler had 10 points and 11 rebounds for Randolph, which trailed, 37-34, going into the fourth quarter.

    Varsity--Morristown 46 - Chatham 28

    Ray Mundrick's 18 points led Morristown to a 46-28 win over Chatham in Morristown.

    Andrew Bergman had 13 points to lead Chatham, which turned a 12-4 third quarter into a 38-21 lead.

    Varsity--Union Catholic 75 - Chatham 66

    Jaheim Tanksley scored a game-high 30 points in a 75-66 win against Chatham in Scotch Plains.

    Union Catholic went on a 23-8 second-quarter run to erase an early two-point deficit to take a thirteen-point lead into halftime.

    Chatham answered in the third quarter, outscoring Union Catholic 23-11 to cut the lead to one heading into the final quarter where Union Catholic pulled away for the nine-point win.

    Nahshon Battle contributed with 18 points in the win.

    Chatham was led by Ryan Doherty and Andrew Bergman, each with 21 points.

    Varsity--Madison 52 - Chatham 41

    Andy Christos scored 15 points for Madison, which scored 22 in the fourth quarter to overcome a two-point deficit in a 52-41 win over Chatham.

    Madison outscored Chatham 22-9 in the fourth quarter to take the victory. Ian Magnani scored 10 points, while Paul Saurer and Brendan Quinn added nine points a piece for Madison.

    Andrew Bergman lead Chatham with 12 points, while Ryan Doherty and EJ Leskauskas scored 10 points each.

    Varsity--Chatham 53 - Somerville 36

    EJ Leskauskas scored 16 points and Andrew Bergman followed with 14 to spark Chatham to a 53-36 win over Somerville in the Cougar Classic at Chatham.

    Chatham built a nine-point advantage by halftime and extended the lead to double digits in the third quarter

    Varsity--New Providence 59 - Chatham 45

    Greg Meyers scored 18 points for New Providence in a 59-45 win against Chatham in round-robin play at the Cougar Classic in Chatham.

    Dylan Bedder had 16 rebounds to dominate the glass to go with eight points.

    Richie Wawzycki chipped in with 11 points and six rebounds.

    Varsity--Mountain Lakes 68 - Chatham 60 (OT)

    David McFadden scored seven of his nine points in overtime to lead Mountain Lakes to a 67-60 win against Chatham in Chatham.

    Mountain Lakes was down eight at halftime and outscored Chatham by five points in the third quarter and three points in the fourth to force the extra quarter, where it would go on an 11-3 run to end the game.

    Mountain Lakes was led by Jack Schicke, who scored 21 points, leaving him seven points shy of 1,000 for his career.

    Jack Baker recorded 17 points and Jason Luzzi added 10 in the win.

    Chatham was led by Andrew Bergman with 19 points.

    Schicke will get his next chance at 1,000 points when Mountain Lakes plays at Parsippany Hills on Thursday.

    Varsity--Sparta 63 - Chatham 62
    Chatham lost to conference opponent 63-62. Read more at tapintochatham.net and nj.com.
    Varsity--Summit 60 - Chatham 58

    Finbar McCormick hit a game-winning layup to push Summit to a 60-58 win over Chatham in Summit.

    Malcolm Sidebottom connected on a three-pointer to tie the game up for Summit at 58-58, which led to McCormick driving in for the game-deciding layup with three seconds left.

    The narrow victory puts the Hilltoppers at 2-0 on the season.

    Eric Baier led Summit with 19 points. McCormick, Sidebottom and Will Hellings each added on nine points to the win, while Dom Yorio netted eight points.

    Varsity--Chatham 61 - Pope John 57

    Andrew Bergman and EJ Leskauskas scored 15 points apiece in Chatham's 61-57 victory over Pope John in Chatham.

    In defeat, Pope John's Eddie Davisbecame the 12th player in school history to score 1,0000 points. Davis, a senior, set the milestone on a jumper in the first quarter. Davis, who finished with a game-high 31 points, now has 1,024 for his career.

    Ryan Doherty and Jack Cason-Boris had 13 points apiece for Chatham, which used a 19-9 second quarter and an 18-10 third to pull away.

    Diandre South added 11 points for Pope John.