Boys Lacrosse5/14Varsity--Chatham 12 - Hunterdon Central 8
Mac Bredahl scored four goals and had two assists to lead Chatham, No. 15 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 12-8 win over No. 10 Hunterdon Central in Flemington.
Cade Krauss had a hat trick and Connor Byrd had a goal and three assists for Chatham, which led 6-5 going into the fourth quarter, where it proceeded to outscore Hunterdon Central 6-3. Ryan Chase had two goals and an assist and Ryan Ness made 10 saves in the win.
Sean Parker had two goals and an assist for Hunterdon Central. Justin Aimone and Dan Bill each scored in the loss.
Varsity--Chatham 12 - West Morris Central 11
Mac Bredahl became Chathams all-tim leading scoring with his fourth goal of the game with three seconds left in the first half off an assist from Connor Byrd and led Chatham, No. 16 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 12-11 victory against West Morris in Chester.
Bredahl passed Peter Coleman who had 280 career points at Chatham. The senior finished the game with four goals and three assists. Bredahl will attend Tufts next year to continue his lacrosse career.
Connor Byrd added two goals and four assists, Cole Krauss chipped in three goals and Ryan Decker finished with two goals and an assist for Chatham. Keeper Ryan Ness finished with nine saves.
Tom Nardone led West Morris with five goals while Brian Katterman added two goals and two assists and John Dagon chipped in two goals. Keeper Lucas Lorenz finished with eight saves.5/5Varsity--Delbarton 12 - Chatham 8 (MCT)
C.J. Kirst netted four goals and Tom Schelling had a goal and four assists to lead second-seeded Delbarton, No. 1 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 12-8 victory over third-seeded and No. 16 Chatham in the semifinals of the Morris County Tournament in Montville.
James Santoro added two goals and an assist, Matt Campbell had two goals and two assists, and Tommy MacCowatt scored twice and dished out an assist as well for Delbarton, which led 8-4 at the half.
For Chatham, Mac Bredahl led the way with a game-high six goals and two assists.5/3Varsity--Chatham 11 - Roxbury 5 (MCT)
Mac Bredahl tallied six points off three goals and three assists to lead third-seeded and No. 16 in the NJ.com Top 20 Chatham to a 11-5 win over sixth-seeded Roxbury in the quarterfinal round of the Morris County Tournament in Chatham.
Chatham will face second-seeded and No. 1 Delbarton in the semifinals on Saturday.
Chris Conlin added on three goals and one assist to the win, while Connor Byrd scored two goals.
Connor Mahoney scored three goals for Roxbury5/1Varsity--Chatham 11 - Kinnelon 7 (MCT)
Connor Byrd recorded three goals and an assist to help lead the way for third-seeded Chatham in an 11-7 win over 14th-seeded Kinnelon in the first round of the Morris County Tournament in Chatham.
Chatham will take on sixth-seeded Roxbury in the quarterfinal round on Thursday.
Ryan Chase and Aidan Decker both scored twice, with Decker also adding an assist. Mac Bredahl and Ryan Decker collected a goal and two assists apiece. Ryan Decker and Cole Krauss also scored and Ryan Ness turned aside 11 shots.
Chatham took command of the game with a strong first half in which it outscored Kinnelon 8-2.
Drew Slyfield scored three goals for Kinnelon. Damine Ditaranto added two goals and an assist, while Chris O'Keef and Joseph Ballai chipped in with a goal and an assist apiece.4/28Varsity--Chatham 9 - Lincolon Sudbury 6
Mac Bredahl scored five goals and dished an assist to lead Chatham, No. 17 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 9-6 victory against Lincoln Sudbury (Ma.) in Chatham.
Ryan Decker added two goals and Cade Krauss chipped in a goal and two assists for Chatham. Keeper Ryan Ness finished with 11 saves.4/24Varsity--Seton Hall Prep 8 - Chatham 7
Cole Kirst scored two goals and dished three assists as Seton Hall Prep, No. 4 in the NJ.com Top 20, held on to a 8-7 victory to defeat Chatham, No. 17, at Brendan Tevlin Field in West Orange.
Seton Hall Prep held a 5-2 goal lead heading into halftime. Keeper Cameron Fiore finished with 11 saves as the Pirates staved off a Chatham comeback. Jack Sarson and Griffin Westlin added two goals apiece, Connell Kumar finished with a goal and an assist and Luke Blanc chipped in an assist for Seton Hall.
Aidan Decker led Chatham with three goals and an assist, Ryan Chase added two goals and Max Schelling and Connor Byrd chipped in a goal and an assist apiece for Chatham.4/21Varsity--Chatham 8 - Delbarton 6
Senior attackman Mac Bredahl collected three goals and four assists to help Chatham post an 8-6 upset over Delbarton, No. 1 in the NJ.com Top 20, in Chatham.
That snapped an eight-game losing streak for Chatham against the Green Wave dating to the 2013 season. The Cougars' last victory was a 5-4 decision on April 10, 2012.
This marked the first loss of the season for Delbarton, the defending Non-Public state champions and Tournament of Champions winners, which is now 6-1.
Chatham went into this game with a 5-4 record after losing three of its last four, including a 12-2 setback against No. 2 Summit 10 days ago. But the Cougars were on this time, racing to a 4-0 lead going into halftime, and leading 8-2 in the fourth quarter before Delbarton scored four times late to cut the deficit to just two.
Ryan Decker and Max Schelling each scored twice and Connor Byrd dished out two assists for Chatham. Ryan Ness came up with 10 saves in goal, while Cade Krauss added a goal in the win.
Tommy MacCowatt led Delbarton's offensive effort with four points, including two goals and two assists. Matt Campbell scored twice and had an assist, while C.J. Kirst added two in the loss. Miles Leniw made nine saves.4/17Varsity--Westfield 8 - Chatham 74/13Varsity--Chatham 14 - Caldwell 7
Mac Bredahl recorded four goals and six assists to lead Chatham, No. 11 in the NJ.com Top 20, over Caldwell, 14-7, in Chatham.
Connor Byrd finished with four goals and three assists while Ryan Chase scored twice for Chatham, which held an 8-3 lead at the half.
Goalkeeper Ryan Ness made 10 saves while Ryan Recker had a goal and an assist for Chatham.
Max Schelling, Cade Krauss and Grant Webster scored a goal apiece while Chris Conlin and Colin Hart added an assist apiece for Chatham, which scored double-digit goals in a game for the sixth time this season.
James T. Miller scored four goals while Matt DiBlasio chipped in a goal and an assist for Caldwell.4/11Varsity--Summit 12 - Chatham 2Ryan Decker and Max Schelling scored for the Cougars. Ryan Ness made 5 saves in net.4/9Varsity--Sparta 11 - Chatham 10
Trailing 9-7 entering the fourth quarter against Chatham, No. 11 in the NJ.com Top 20, Sparta outscored the Cougars 4-1 to post an 11-10 upset in Sparta.
Sparta, which posted its first win of the season, which was led by Jesse West,, who recorded four goals and one assist, while Stellios Kroudis also scored four goals.
Goalie Reed McCall saved 14 shots, while Luke Bushey, Evan Johnson and Patrick Milliken also scored for the winners.
Russell Eberding was 18 of 24 on face-offs with 8 ground balls. He was supported by wings Beck Gozdenovich (8 ground balls) and Justin Brick (6 ground balls).4/7Varsity--Chatham 13- Mount Olive 5
Mac Bredahl scored four goals and dished three assists to lead Chatham, No. 8 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 13-5 victory against Mount Olive in Chatham.
Cade Krauss and Ryan Chase added three goals apiece and Connor Byrd chipped in a goal and an assist for Chatham.4/5Varsity--Chatham 16 - Morristown 4
Cade Krauss scored six goals and Mac Bredahl had three goals with seven assists as Chatham, No. 8 in the NJ.com Top 20, rolled to a 16-4 victory over Morristown in Chatham.
Connor Byrd had three goals and an assist, while Ryan Decker added two goals for Chatham, which stormed out to a 12-1 halftime advantage. Ryan Ness made five saves and Trey Von Heill had one.
Morristown's Diego Rodriguez scored four goals in defeat.4/4Varsity--Chatham 11 - Roxbury 7
Ryan Decker scored three goals and Connor Byrd added two goals with an assist to lead Chatham, No. 8 in the NJ.com Top 20, to an 11-7 win over Roxbury in Chatham.
Cade Krauss added two scores, Ryan Chase added one goal with two assists and Max Schelling posted one goal with an assist for Chatham, which led 5-2 at halftime and broke it open with a four-goal third quarter.
Danny Mahoney had one score, Mac Bredahl dished out two assists and Ryan Ness made 10 saves in the win.
Matt Dancsecs tallied three goals with an assist, Anthony Perhacs posted two goals with an assist and Connor Mahoney had two scores for Roxbury.
Jeff Roberts and Ryan Feshal each had an assist apiece and Brandon Marseca made eight stops in the loss.3/31Varsity--Mountain Lakes 8 - Chatham 53/28Varsity--Chatham 15 - Rumson Fair Haven 3
Mac Bredahl scored four times and had two assists, and surpassed the 200 career point and 100 career goal milestones to lead Chatham, No. 6 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 15-3 win over Rumson-Fair Haven at Rutgers University in New Brunswick.
Connor Byrd had a hat trick and two assists for Chatham, which led 11-0 at halftime. Ryan Chase scored twice and Max Schelling had a goal and two assists in the win.
Rowan Goldin scored twice for Rumson-Fair Haven.