Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Fazio leads experienced Cougars into 2012 campaign.
The Chatham High School girls softball team had a great season in 2011 making it to the Morris County final and well into the NJ State tournament. This season, depleated by only two starters from the 2011 squad, the senior-clad team looks to better their last year's feats. Led by coach Alexis Davies, the Cougars will rely on four-year pitcher, Amanda Fazio. Easily one of Morris County's best and highly-reagrded throughout New Jersey, Fazio is the team's leader as both player and captain. # 4 5 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 22 23 25 27 31 *Captain
Friday, September 9, 2011
After a one-and-done performance in state tournaments, Chatham High is ready to work for greater success in 2011.
2010 saw the Chatham High School football team start slow, but gain momentum as the season went on. By year's end, the team was sitting at 5-4 and headed to the state tournament. But after being one and done in the playoffs for the second straight year, Chatham heads into 2011 with a chip on its shoulder, ready to erase the playoff mishaps of the past and secure a quality season. “We’ve got to get it done this year,” starting wide receiver and senior captain Colin Brown said. “If we get to the playoffs, first round, we’ve got to get a win. Last two years we struggled, but we just have to turn it around this year.” Despite losing some key pieces from 2010, including quarterback Nick Guida, and offensive/defensive lineman Greg Delade, Tommy …
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Also, the Chatham High weight room will be open during the summer.
Four girls from the Chatham High School girls' lacrosse team have been named to the 2011 Girls All Academic Team by US Lacrosse. Brittany Marriott, Liz Hyde, Callie Farmakis and Kate Murphy, all juniors, were nominated by Head Coach Deb Marriott for the honor. The four had to meet certain criteria to qualify, including having a course load of at last 50 percent Advanced Placement, Honors or college preparatory classes and a cumulative GPA of at least 3.6 out of 4.0 over their high school careers. The Chatham High School Athletic Boosters have financed the weight room to be open from Mondays through Thursdays, June 30 through August 11, from 10 a.m. until approximately noon or 12:30. All students interested in playing fall sports should …
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Also, group assignments for the upcoming season.
On Thursday, the boys track teem will travel to Old Bridge High School to participate in the NJSIAA Meet of Champions at 4 p.m. Students interested in joining the boys and girls cross country teams in the fall will have a meeting at 3 p.m. on June 14 in the A/B gym. Girls interested in playing varsity, junior varsity or freshman soccer in the fall will have a meeting with the new coaches on June 14 in the high school cafeteria at 3 p.m. The new coaches are Head Coach Christpher Calveley, JV Coach Christoper Mazurkiewicz and Freshman Coach Christine Cavallo. All students wishing to play fall sports should turn in their physical examination forms to the Athletic office after July 1. The next Chatham High Athletic Booster Club meeting will …
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Chatham girls lacrosse sets sites on groups after defeating Summit.
The Chatham High School girls lacrosse team fought back from an early deficit to defeat Summit on Thursday, 13-8, capturing the North 2 championship in Chatham. IN SHORT Summit started the game strong, taking a commanding lead with three goals in the first few minutes of the game. Chatham spent the remainder of the first half working to come back from behind. A flurry of goals right before halftime put the Cougars up 8-5. The second half of the game was back-and-forth between both teams, but Summit's offense couldn't reawaken. In the end, Chatham held the lead and finished the game 13-8. COUGAR OF THE GAME Kate Murphy—Two goals and two assists. Although Murphy didn't lead the team in goals, she did contribute with two assists for her …
Friday, May 20, 2011
The Cougars defeated the Rams 165-183.
The Chatham High School Boys Golf team outshot Randolph High School Thursday afternoon, winning 165-183. IN SHORT The Cougars ventured out onto a drenched course hoping to beat the storm, and brought one instead. With good shooting and key putts, Chatham was able to edge out Randolph and secure the win. Chatham's victory is a good sign going into the state tournament next week. PIONEER OF THE GAME Ben Alcorn—The senior shot a 37, Chatham's lowest score. OTHER KEY PERFORMANCES Nick Mogelvong (Chatham),shot a 41; Jim Campbell (Chatham), shot a 43; Pat Stock (Chatham), shot a 44. THEY SAID IT "Our top four or five guys are consistent. If we continue to play like this, we'll have a great shot in the state tournament. I think we can …
Cougars claim victory with strong second half.
Friday, May 20, 2011
The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association state lacrosse tournament begins tomorrow and Chatham and Seton Hall Prep – two Fitch/Pitt Division rivals are hoping to make profound runs. While fourth-seed Seton Hall Prep will play host to fifth-seed St. Joseph of Metuchen next Thursday at 2 p.m. in a Non-Public A game, Chatham will play the winner of Saturday's Pascack Valley-Morris Hills game in a state Group II playoff game next Tuesday afternoon. The two met in something of a playoff warm-up Thursday afternoon with Chatham improving its record to 13-5 with an 8-7 home victory. The victory was the third straight for Chatham. Chatham coach Tony Calandra said he feels like his team is in a "a good place" as it prepares for its…
Cougar boys lose into top-seeded Millburn 5-0.
Chatham's run in the North II, Group 3 state sectional tennis championships was ended on Thursday late afternoon against Millburn when the Cougars lost 5-0. Due to steady rain this week and possibly more coming, the match, which was originally scheduled to be played at Millburn High School, was held at the indoor facilities at the Brook Lake Country Club in Florham Park. “I thought we played about as well as we could,” said Chatham head coach Bruce Humphreys. “We were just really outmatched with experience and playing depth. We played hard, we went after it, but they’re just that good.” “The key today was experience,” said Millburn head coach Bill Wickenheisser. “It’s always experience. We didn’t have our full lineup today, but that means …
Thursday, May 19, 2011
All other games are still scheduled for Thursday.
Softball games were postponed on Thursday, but the following games are still on: Girls golf travels to the Pinch Brook Golf Course to take on Morristown High School at 3 p.m. Transport leaves from Chatham High School at 2:20 p.m. Boys golf takes on Randolph High at 4 p.m. at the Fairmount Country Club. Girls varsity and JV softball games against Parsippany have been postponed. Boys JV tennis travels to Governor Livingston Middle School to take on the high school team at 4 p.m. Boys varsity tennis takes on Millburn at the Brooklake Country Club in the NJSIAA Tournament at 4:30 p.m. Boys and girls varsity track get dismissed from class at 2:10 p.m. to go to the Morris County Tournament at 4 p.m. Boys varsity baseball travels to Diamond …
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
The CHS Cougars came from behind to defeat the Montclair High School Bulldogs 8-7.
In a tightly contested match-up, the Chatham High School boys lacrosse team overcame a four goal deficit to defeat Montclair in overtime 8-7. IN SHORT The combative match up was as aggressive as it was thrilling. Montclair was out in front for much of the game, but a fire lit in Chatham's belly in the final quarter. Nick Guida netted the tying goal with five seconds remaining in the game. In Sudden Death Overtime, Chatham sank the winning shot in the last minute, rushing the field to celebrate their victory. COUGAR OF THE GAME Sam Carson—The sophomore got off the game-winning shot in the last 16 seconds of overtime. Carson also scored the lone Chatham goal of the first quarter, had two assists and recovered two ground balls. OTHER KEY …