Victories for Tennis, Field Hockey, Boys Soccer

Girls soccer and volleyball teams suffer losses Monday.

How did your favorite Chatham High School sports teams do Monday?

The boys soccer team defeated Roxbury on the road and in overtime 3-2. David Gill scored the first goal for the Cougars and the game winner in the second overtime session. Michael Barber also tallied a goal for Chatham. Chatham now stands at 3-3-1 on the season. 

The girls field hockey team defeated Koinonia Academy 5-0. Hannar Reader, Maddy Hamiltion, Megan Murray, Brynn Gilligan and Megan Hoffman all scored goals. Hoffman's goal put Chatham up 3-0 and marked her first varsity goal. 

Chatham is now 5 - 2 on the season and was awarded the eigtht seed in the Morris County Tournament.  They will open up with the Lakers from Mountain Lakes on Saturday at home.

The girls tennis team defeated Parsippany Hills Monday 5-0 in another conference win. Victorious at their respective positions were:

First Singles: Emily Sroczynski
Second Singles: Kendall Contri
Third Singles: Alison Ramsland
1st Doubles: Ashley Perselay and Julia Edgar
2nd Doubles: Jess Sullivan and Katie Howard-Johnson

The girls volleyball team fell to West Morris Central 2-0. Chatham lost the first set 25-11 and the second set 25-7 to state-ranked West Morris Central. Chatham was led by Natalie Schroder with five digs and Caroline Beardsley with four digs.

The girls soccer team fell to Roxbury 1-0.

The JV football team defeated Morristown 14-12.

The JV boys soccer team defeated Roxbury 1-0.

The JV girls volleyball team fell to West Morris Central 2-0.

The JV girls soccer team fell to Roxbury 4-0.

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