• Football
    Varsity--Parsippany Hills 20 - Chatham 17

    Dominick Verducci and JD Breslauer scored two touchdowns each to lead Parsippany Hills to a 20-17 come-from-behind win over Chatham in Morris Plains.

    With the score 17-13 in Chatham's favor in the third quarter, Breslauer threw a 13-yard scoring pass to Kevin Minardi to give his team their first lead of the day.

    Verducci's two scores helped the home team erase the 14-0 lead Chatham built in the first quarter. Verducci ran in a 24-yard touchdown in the third quarter, and hauled in a four-yard passing touchdown from Breslauer in the second quarter.

    Breslauer finished with 187 yards through the air, connecting on 17-of-31 attempts, while Verducci had 164 yards on 26 carries. Minardi had nine catches for 91 yards.

    Varsity--Chatham 23 - Millburn 7

    Peter Schelling was a powerhouse on the ground, running for two touchdowns, to help lead Chatham to a 23-7 win over Millburn in Millburn.

    Schelling had 29 carries for 200 yards in the win, averaging seven yards per carry. Ryan Lonergan completed eight of his 19 pass attempts for 31 yards with an interception. Lonergan also ran for 31 yards on seven attempts. Colin Petrullo had three catches apiece.

    Josh Smith helped lead the defense with three sacks and eight tackles. Chatham combined for 242 yards on the ground and outscored Millburn 16-0 in the second half after the game was tied at halftime.

    Varsity--Mount Olive 35 - Chatham 9

    Flynn Brown had four rushing touchdowns and Tamar Albritton tossed a passing score as Mount Olive defeated Chatham, 35-9, in Flanders.

    Chatham's nine points came on field foals by senior Kristian Roos, including one for 49 yards in the third quarter. He also kicked a 31-yarder in the first quarter and a 33-yarder in the third.

    Mount Olive's defense got the best of Chatham as it racked up seven sacks and an interception. Trevon Reid had three sacks while Chris Carpini got to the quarterback twice.

    Nolan Clark added 0.5 sacks and eight tackles and Steven Pizza chipped in on the sack as well. Dylan Meyer recorded a team-high 14 tackles and Caden Kramer notched an interception.