• Girls Soccer
    Varsity--Randolph 3 - Chatham 0

    Lauren Robles netted tow goals to lead Randolph to a 3-0 win over Chatham in Chatham. Kate O'Neill also scored and Ellie Scianclepore made four saves for the shutout.

    Varsity--Chatham 4 - Parsippany Hills 2

    Audrey Van Wie netted two goals to help lead Chatham to a 4-2 win over Parsippany Hills in Parsippany. Meredith Enslow and Grace Van Sciver also scored for the Cougars while Emma Droner recorded two assists. Goalie Callie Snyder made eight saves. For Parsippany Hills, Gabby Gilgorri and Kyra Stansgaard both found the back of the net.

    Varsity--Roxbury 2 - Chatham 0

    Morgan Joyce scored twice to lead Roxbury to a 2-0 win over Chatham in Chatham. Lauren McGowan and Lauren Ernst both had assists in the game while goalie Emily Honig made 10 saves for the shutout.

    Varsity--West Morris Central 2 - Chatham 0

    Leanne Engemann and Emily Leyson scored a goal apiece to lead West Morris, No. 16 in the NJ.com Top 20, over Chatham, 2-0, in Chatham.

    Goalkeeper Ava Mamary made six saves in the shutout for West Morris, which led by one at the half.

    West Morris has relied on its defense and goalkeeping, earning a 3-0 record while allowing only one goal all season long and not scoring more than two goals in any game.


    Chatham 2 - West Morris Mendham 2

    Ava Brandt scored a game0tying goal for Mendham with three minutes left in the second extra time period to force a 2-2 draw between Mendham and Chatham in Chatham.

    Chatham jumped out to a 2-0 lead after the first half. Brandt scored both of Chatham's goals.

    Caroline Crouse and Jen Olnowich scored a goal each for Chatham.

    Chatham 2 - Morristown 1

    Sophie Straka and Grace Van Sciver scored a goal apiece to lead Chatham to a 2-1 victory against Morristown in Morristown.

    Caroline Crouse and Jen Olnowich chipped in an assist apiece for Chatham. Keeper Olivia Mathern finished with nine saves.

    Both Chatham and Millburn were scoreless in the second half. Tara O'Neill scored the lone goal for Morristown while Mia Cecala finished with six saves.