Boys Tennis: Delbarton does his job at Morris County Tournament (PHOTOS)

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Delbarton won the Morris County Tournament for the 19th time in 20 years on Sunday.

The green wave had 23 points, three ahead of Chatham who had 20. Delbarton is ranked No. 13 in NJ.com’s latest Top 20 while Chatham is ranked No. 7.

Morris Hills and Mendham are tied for third place with 13 points apiece.

Delbarton and Chatham shared two regular season doubles matches with Delbarton winning 3-2 on April 14 and Chatham winning 4-1 last week.

Delbarton won all three singles places and Chatham won both doubles. A key upset along the way was Montville’s Ryan Sun against Chatham’s Pedro Cattaruzzi in the first singles of the quarter-finals.

Chatham had to sweep all four finals he played in and for Kinnelon’s Timmy Lau to win at the first single.

Besides first place, Delbarton and Chatham have met at the other four championship positions.

In the first singles final, Will Robinson defeated Lau in three sets, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4. In the second singles, Cameron Scarpati beat Saurav Patel, 7-6 (7-4), 2-6, 6-2, and in the third singles, Arjun Bobba beat Jamie Eckles, 6-4, 6-3.

Oscar Jaroker and Jyotil Rai teamed up to give Chatham the first doubles win over Hudson Bonetti and Anthony Reale, 6-4, 6-4. Andrew Becker and Vishan Vyas also recorded a 6-4, 6-3 win in the second double over Jack Wells and Tyler Eagan.

TEAM SCORES

1-Delbarton 23. 2-Chatham 20. 3-Morris Hills to Chatham 13. 4-Morristown-Beard 11. 5-Montville 10. 6-Morristown 9. 7-Randolph and Whippany Park 7. 8-Kinnelon 6. 9- Hanover Park 5. 10-Madison, Parsippany and Parsippany Hills 4. 11-Pequannock and Mount Olive 3. 12-Mountain Lakes and West Morris 2. 13-Roxbury 1.

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