Sunday, November 24th, 2019


Freshman Riley Allen is currently recovering from an ACL tear that prevented her from participating in the 2019-2020 Basketball season. Riley has been playing basketball since she was just six years old and has put time and dedication into this sport over the past nine years. Whether it’s been shooting baskets in her driveway or watching hours of professional games, Riley has never stopped working hard and figuring out ways to improve her game.

Friday, February 8th, 2019


The Freshman Boy’s Cross Country Team was dominant throughout its season this year, consistently placing first in multiple different meets. The roster excelled in their current state and mostly went unchanged going into the winter track season. The freshmen have represented the power of Chatham and showcased their strengths. This was made most apparent, however, with the Morris County Cross Country Championships, where Chatham won first place at forty four points, beating Delbarton by exactly eighteen.
Wednesday, November 14th, 2018


Much to the disappointment of fall athletes, their seasons and gym exemptions have come to a close. Let’s take a look back at how each sport’s varsity team performed.
Wednesday, November 14th, 2018


As you have probably heard many seniors say, first semester of senior year is one of the most difficult times in high school. Many seniors during this time period are stressing over college applications and trying to balance that with their regular course load and finish their SAT or ACT exams. Very few have this college weight lifted off their shoulders; however, committed athletes earn that relief of stress early in their senior year. Two committed athletes that are both playing soccer in college are Emily Vinick and Sean Ryan. I asked them a few questions about this year and what led them to their paths of becoming committed athletes.
Friday, December 2nd, 2016
Chatham Girls Volleyball had a very successful season this past fall.  They finished their season with a record of 17 and 8, and were able to co-win their conference, sending them into a vicious battle for the state championship.  In the first round of states, the Cougars faced off against Colt’s Neck at home.  Although Colt’s Neck was ranked 13th in the league and Chatham was ranked 14th, Chatham easily pulled off a victory, beating them in two games.  The team then moved on to play West Morris Central, a team that they had beat previously in the season at home.
Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

The Cougar hockey team, one rich in tradition, seemingly has higher expectations for this season than last season. Headed by senior forward Jeff Haley, Chatham has loads of talent on all facets of the team. The Cougars had a rather impressive season last year, making the playoffs but getting eliminated in the third round of state tournament. The team projects to have an even better season this year.

Friday, September 23rd, 2016

The biggest Chatham sports weekend is upon us. Cougar Weekend will be starting October 4 and will be ending October 8. Cougar Weekend, which will be occurring earlier than usual this year, is the most talked about event in Chatham in the fall. Almost all Chatham residents attend at least one of the weekend’s events, which includes all fall sports. The atmosphere at Cougar Weekend, regardless of which event it is, is incredible.

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

By now,  many of you have heard of the girls swim team breathtaking accomplishment. Girls swim had won their 100th straight swim meet on January 30th, which took over a course of six seasons. Apparently, the only anxious moment of their 100th win was when one of the critical swimmers, Hannah Womer, a 10th grader, was running late to the meet. However, she made it just in time to help participate in the freestyle relay.

Sunday, February 21st, 2016

One of our most talked about sports this winter is the Boys Basketball team. They boys had been perfect until they fell to Linden, a powerful opponent. Although this was heartbreaking at the time, the team continues to strive for greatness. They record as of February 19th is 22-1, an incredible achievement.
Tuesday, January 12th, 2016

This year Chatham hosted it’s annual Cougar Classic Basketball Tournament over winter break as it has done for many years past. The round-robin tournament is a fundraiser to support the John Taylor Babbitt Foundation to prevent sudden cardiac death. The boys and girls team both did amazing this year with the boys coming out 4-0 and the girls 3-1.

Wednesday, January 6th, 2016
With the winter season comes winter sports. With winter sports comes basketball. Specifically, girls basketball.

In the final days of 2015 during the holiday break, both the boys and the girls teams played in the Chatham tradition, the Cougar Classic.

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

It all started with 8 seconds left in the 4th quarter, away at Randolph. Starting quarterback Alex Sands had gotten injured, so Junior Timmy Adams stepped up to take his place. The unforgettable scramble and pass to wide receiver Robbie Moskowitz sealed the deal on Chatham’s first win of the season. From that moment on, the Chatham Football team has had insane momentum.

Monday, November 2nd, 2015

Anyone part of a CHS sport knows about the unforgettable memories that are created during the season. For girls tennis, the bond between the girls and their coach could not have been stronger this year.

Friday, October 23rd, 2015

So far this fall season, there have been many great wins for Chatham. The girls Varsity Tennis team are currently undefeated, and have won their third consecutive Morris County Tournament title. Junior Scarlett Blydenburgh won her match as first singles for the third time, 6-4, 7-6. Second doubles, freshman Seden Agar and junior Laurel Hickey won 6-2, 6-1, and senior Jen McCann and Junior Abby Morgan won 6-4, 7-6. In another area of success, the Varsity Football team is currently 2-1 with wins against Roxbury and High Point.

Thursday, May 28th, 2015
In 2014, the Chatham High School baseball team finished with a record of 4-20. In 2015, the Cougars finished their campaign with the same record.

Many would say that this record speaks for itself; that the team did not improve and only experienced much of the same. This, however, is quite the opposite.

Friday, April 10th, 2015
It's that time of the year again, time for the infamous March Madness. A time filled with triumph and misery. Each year, people fill out their brackets with hopes of near perfection, though as the tournament begins and ends, people's high hopes often fall into disappointment. However, in very lucky cases, people are actually somewhat happy with how their brackets turned out.
Friday, April 10th, 2015
The start of the spring sports season at CHS was quite hectic due to the inclimate weather and lingering snow piles. Cougar and Haas fields were closed which displaced our boys and girls lacrosse teams, forcing many of our spring sports teams to share early practice time on the only clear turf field, Lum. After a few weeks, all the snow was gone and spring sports were back on track in Chatham.
Saturday, April 4th, 2015
With Chatham Varsity Baseball’s Opening Day looming on the horizon this weekend, we decided to get into the spirit of the upcoming season and sit down with a Varsity player to share his thoughts on what baseball means to him and what he expects for Chatham this upcoming season.
Zachary St.
Wednesday, March 4th, 2015
On Friday, February 20th, the Chatham boy’s ice hockey team faced off against rival Morristown-Beard. In what was a re-match of last year’s Mennen Cup Final, Chatham was once more handed a loss by Morristown-Beard with a score of 5-0.
Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015
As the winter sports season begins to wind down here at CHS, each day becomes more and more crucial for each team.
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