• Girls Ice Hockey
    Varsity--Chatham/Madison 5 - Kent Place 2
    MSU Girls Ice Hockey Championship
    Chatham/Madison captured the MSU Girls Ice Hockey Championship with a 5-2 victory over Kent Place. Chatham/Madison finished the season with a 20-1-1 record on the season. Read more at tapintochatham.net and nj.com
    Varsity--Chatham/Madison 5 - Pingry 1
    MSU Girls Ice Hockey Playoffs
    Chatham/Madison advanced to the finals of the MSU Girls Ice Hockey League. Read more at tapintochatham.net
    Varsity--Chatham/Madison 4  - Kent Place 1

    Lauren Arias scored twice to help Chatham beat Kent Place, 4-1, at Rock Ice in Dunellen.

    Jennifer Olnowich and Daniella Groh both scored as well for the Cougars, which improved to 15-0 on the year. Molly Coyne assisted on the last two goals.

    Catherine Torres scored of a pass from Natalie Gilfillan for the Dragons.

    Varsity--Chatham/Madison 1 - Rye Country Day 1

    Molly Coyne scored a game-tying goal as Chatham took a 1-1 draw against Rye Day (NY) at Scott Nelson Athletic Center in Rye, NY.

    Coyne score the game-tying goal in the second period, after Rye Day scored a goal late in the first period. Kara Groh assisted on the goal.

    Ginger Boles made 23 saves for Chatham.

    Varsity--Chatham/Madison 3 - Morristown Beard 2

    Ginger Boles was strong in goal with 29 saves as Chatham beat Morristown-Beard 3-2 in Morristown.

    Chatham took a 2-0 lead into the third period before Kaitlin Skorzewski scored her only goal of the game for Morristown-Beard with 6:29 left in the game. Less than a minute later, Daniella Groh scored to give Chatham a 3-1 advantage.

    Jennifer Olnowich and Lauren Arias scored a goal each and Molly Coyne recorded three assists for Chatham.

    Samantha Hutchinson had 12 saves and Jenna Kurz scored one goal for Morristown-Beard.

    Varsity--Chatham/Madison 4 - IHA 0

    Lauren Arias scored three goals to help Chatham earn a 4-0 victory over Immaculate Heart in Dunellen.

    Chatham outscored Immaculate Heart 2-0 in the second period, and 2-0 in the third.

    Molly Coyne added a goal for Chatham. Daniella Groh had 3 assists.

    Varsity--Chatham/Madison 5 - Oak Knoll 3

    Molly Coyne scored a goal and had two assists to help Chatham earn a 5-3 victory over Oak Knoll in the opening round of the Harry Rulon-Miller Tournament in Princeton.

    Chatham outscored Oak Knoll 3-1 in the first period.

    Hannah Bedell, Lauren Arias, and Maya Tahl each added a goal and had an assist, while McKenna O'Connor added a goal. Rachel Bear and Kara Groh each had an assist for Chatham.

    Caroline Ramsey scored two goals and had an assist, while Paige Kehoe added a goal. Gabby Volpe had two assists, while Bridget Murphy had an assist for Oak Knoll.

    Varsity--Chatham/Madison 5 - IHA 3

    Josephine Piacenti scored the game-winning goal for Chatham with just over three minutes left in the third period of a 5-3 win against Immaculate Heart at the Ice Vault in Wayne.

    Immaculate Heart tied the game 3-3 with a powerplay goal by Livia Angioletti with 10 minutes to go in the third period.

    Piacenti would score her lone goal to give Chatham the lead. Jennifer Olnowich added an empty-net goal with under a minute to go.

    Molly Coyne led Chatham with two goals and McKenna O’Connor scored a goal as well.

    Ginger Boles recorded 26 saves for Chatham.

    Varsity--Chatham/Madison 8 - Randolph 1

    Maya Tahl found the back of the net twice, while Jennifer Olnowich added a goal and two assists to power Chatham-Madison to an 8-1 win against Randolph at Aspen Ice in Randolph.

    Josephine Piacenti had four assists and Cate Gallagher chipped in with a goal and an assist. Daniella Groh, Kara Groh, McKenna O'Connor and Sydney Schreck also scored.

    Chatham-Madison held a 2-1 lead and scored six unanswered goals, including five across the last two periods, to pull away.

    Mackenzie Vorel put Randolph on the board in the first.


    Varsity--Chatham/Madison 5 - Summit 2

    Veronica Quidore scored and had two assists as Chatham beat Summit, 5-2, at Rock Ice Rink in Dunellen.

    Daniella Groh, Hannah Bedell, Molly Coyne, and McKenna O'Connor also scored for the Cougars, which found the back of the cage four times in the second period to go up 4-0. Lauren Arias added two assists while Cate Gallagher, Josephine Placenti, and Groh each had one apiece

    Leah Rubinshteyn and Morgan Shung netted goals in the third for Summit.

    Chatham goalie Ginger Boles made 18 saves.

    Varsity--Chatham/Madison 9 - Kent Place 0

    Lauren Arias and Molly Coyne dominated the ice to give Chatham a 9-0 victory over Kent Place at Barnabas Health Hockey House in Newark.

    Arias scored two goals in the game, the first one coming 11 seconds into the game with an assist from Coyne, her first of four.

    Daniella Groh would score 15 seconds later, with Coyne once again getting the assist. Coyne added one more assist in the period, assisting on the second goal for Arias.

    Jennifer Olnowich, Veronica Quidore and Hannah Bedell would also score in the first period. Quidore and Bedell scored later in the game to give them two goals a piece. Both of Bedell’s goals were assisted by McKenna O’Connor.

    Coyne would score the final goal of the game to finish her night with five points.

    Varsity--Chatham/Madison 8 - Pingry 7

    Five third period goals by Pingry tied the game at seven, but Molly Coyne scored the game-winner for Chatham with 39 seconds remaining as the Cougars edged the Big Blue, 8-7 at Rock Ice Center in Dunellen.

    Grace Nugent (two goals), Rylie Drozjock, Julia Spinelli, and Sophia Smith scored for Pingry in the final frame, with Smith’s goal tying the game with 1:55 left to play.

    Chatham got off to a fast 2-0 lead with goals from Maya Tahl and Lauren Arias in the first five minutes. Pingry scored late as Allie Moss cut the deficit in half, but McKenna O’Connor scored twice to make it a 4-1 Chatham lead after the first period.

    Hannah Bedell scored for Chatham before Nugent scored her first of the night for Pingry. Goals from Jennifer Olnowich and Tahl gave Chatham a 7-2 lead after the second.

    For Chatham, Josephine Piacenti (two), Caroline Hannon, Daniella Groh, Sydney Schreck, Coyne, and Olnowich had assists while Ginger Boles made 18 saves in net.

    For Pingry, Drozjock (three), Moss (two), Ainska Argward, Nugent, and Smith had assists while Emma Barrison had 27 saves.

    Chatham out-shot Pingry, 35-25.