Tag Archives: Morris County Tournament

Chatham defends MCT title; LeMon named MVP

Morriscountyvarsityboysbasketball Graham LeMon scored 22 points and Chatham successfully defended last year’s Morris County Tournament title with 60-55 victory over Morristown-Beard on Saturday at County College of Morris. Jack Rooney scored 16 points including nine in a fourth quarter in which the Cougars held the advantage but couldn’t shake the top-seeded Crimson. The title is […]

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Chatham is peaking at just the right time for MCT Final

By Mark Kitchin Morriscountyvarsityboysbasketball It’s unsure what exactly happened to put Chatham on its current run of winning seven of its last games, but the Cougars are playing their best basketball coming into Saturday’s Morris County Tournament final. The third seeded and defending champion Cougars play top-seeded Morristown-Beard in a 7 p.m. start at County […]

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Mo-Beard wins at buzzer; Chatham pounds Randolph in MCT

Morriscountyvarsityboysbasketball A dramatic last second shot by Raphael Castillo  lifted Morristown-Beard to a 52-51 victory over Morristown in the Morris County Tournament semifinals on Saturday at County College of Morris in boys basketball action. It is the first time Morristown-Beard has ever reached the final. The Crimson will face Chatham, a 70-39 victor over Randolph […]

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Randolph, Chatham, Morristown, Mo-Beard advance in MCT action

Morriscountyvarsityboysbasketball Justin Polesuk’s jumper with 37 seconds remaining in regulation lifted Randolph to a 52-51 victory over Mountain Lakes in Morris County Tournament boys basketball quarterfinals round action on Saturday. Polesuk scores 20 points and Luke Nathan scored 17 points for second-seeded Randolph. Tate Gillie and Jake Schicke scored 15 points apiece for seventh seeded […]

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Hanover Park, Delbarton advance in MCT

Morriscountyvarsityboysbasketball Joey Jandoli scored 30 points and Matt Winschuh scored 23 points to lift Hanover Park to a 80-57 victory over Roxbury in the opening round of the Morris County Tournament on Saturday. Michael Boeckel added 19 for the fifth-seeded Hornets. Hanover Park started the game with a 23-0 first-quarter run and led 41-31 at the […]

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Roxbury, Mount Olive post MCT upsets

Morriscountyvarsityboysbasketball Ronson Gay’s 26-point performance helped Mount Olive stun Pequannock 82-60 in Morris Count Tournament preliminary round boys basketball action this weekend. Jared Traub added 16 points and Liam Anderson had 13 for 19th-seeded Mount Olive. Jonathan Wilson paced No. 14 Pequannock with 13. The Marauders will battled No. 3 Chatham in opening round play […]

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Morristown-Beard earns MCT top seed

By Mark Kitchin Morriscountyvarsityboysbasketball Morristown-Beard captured the  boys basketball top seed at the Morris County Tournament seeding meeting on Sunday. Randolph was granted the second seed and Chatham and Morristown rounded out the top four. The Tournament begins this upcoming week as 10 preliminary games must be completed by Saturday, January 28. The opening round […]

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Chatham captures third MCT title

By Mark Kitchin Morriscountyvarsityboysbasketball Last year’s tears turned into this year’s cheers for the Chatham Cougars. Senior forward Colin McKenna scored 18 points and tournament Most Valuable Player Stefan Goles added 15 to lift Chatham to a 57-49 victory in the Morris County Tournament final in front of a capacity crowd at the County College […]

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Determination, poise fuel Chatham’s MCT title bid

By Mark Kitchin Morriscountyvarsityboysbasketball A year is a long time to be thinking about one game. Chatham has had a year to reflect on last year’s Morris County Tournament title that slipped away. This year the Cougars are determined for their MCT experience to have a happier ending. They advanced to the final with a […]

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Balanced Randolph eyes county title

By Mark Kitchin Morriscountyvarsityboysbasketball The last time Randolph was in the Morris County Tournament finals the current players on the team were second graders or even younger. Although the current Rams may be novices to tournament play, they didn’t act like it last Saturday. Randolph, the second-seed, handled third-seeded Morris Catholic 75-57 in the opening […]

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