• Girls Basketball
    Varsity--Chatham 73 - Ferris 19
     NJSIAA Opening Round

    Maddie Hartnett and Camryn Davies each scored 13 points for second-seeded Chatham in its 73-19 win over 15th-seeded Ferris in the first round of the North Jersey Group 2, Section 3 tournament in Chatham.

    Michaela Ford dished out six assists in the win, while Chloe Blanc grabbed eight rebounds.

    Chatham will take on seventh-seeded Red Bank Regional in the quarterfinal round.

    Varsity--Chatham 40 - Morristown 31
    Morris County Tournament Final
    Chatham captured the MCT championship with a 40 - 31 victory over Morristown. Read more at tapintochatham.net, dailyrecord.com, nj.com and sidelinechatter.com
    Varsity--Montville 37 - Chatham 25

    Jordan Strickland racked up 13 points for Montville in its 37-25 win over Chatham in Chatham.

    Montville outscored Chatham 13-2 in the fourth quarter.

    Chloe Blan led Chatham with 11 points

    Varsity--Chatham 43 - Morris Catholic 32
    Morris County Tournament Semifinal
    Chatham Girls Basketball advanced to the Morris County Tournament Final with a 43 - 32 victory over Morris Catholic. Read more at tapintochatham.net and nj.com
    Varsity--Chatham 38 - Roxbury 25

    Veronica Kelly put up 14 points for Chatham in its 38-25 win over Roxbury in Succasunna. Chatham outscored Roxbury 31-16 in the second half after trailing by two points through the first two quarters. Cassidy Miller led Roxbury with 10 points.

    Varsity--Chatham 38 - West Morris Mendham 28
    MCT Quarterfinal

    Veronica Kelly scored a game-high 10 and Camryn Davies and Hannah Kelly each scored nine points to push third-seeded Chatham to a 38-28 victory over sixth-seeded Mendham in the quarterfinals of the Morris County Tournament in Chatham.

    Davies went 3-for-3 in the first half from behind the arc and came up with two big steals as Chatham used a 24-2 run in the first half to establish a 24-10 halftime lead. Veronica Kelly also posted 10 rebounds and six blocks while Michaela Ford contributed with four steals and five assists in the contest as well.

    Chatham will play either second-seeded Morris Catholic in the semifinals on Feb. 16.

    Varsity--Chatham 42 - West Morris Central 38

    Veronica Kelly scored 20 points to lead Chatham over West Morris, 42-38, in Chester.

    Hannah Kelly added 11 points for Chatham, which led by seven at the half.

    Maddie Salvaggi recorded 16 points, six rebounds and five steals while Annie Mauldin chipped in 11 points and four rebounds for West Morris.

    Varsity--Chatham 43 - West Morris Mendham 29

    Veronica Kelly scored 12 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and blocked five shots and Chloe Blanc added 10 points, four assists and three steals to lead Chatham to a 43-29 victory against Mendham in Chatham.

    Camryn Davies chipped in eight rebounds for Chatham.

    Joey Myers led Mendham with 10 points.

    Varsity--Chatham 46 - Roxbury 21

    13 points by Veronica Kelly helped lead third-seeded Chatham to a 46-21 victory over 14th-seeded Roxbury in the first round of the Morris County Tournament, in Chatham.

    Camryn Davies scored 12 points for Chatham. Hannah Kelly added 11 points.

    Sarah Olivero had a team-high 10 points for Roxbury.


    Varsity--Chatham 48 - Mount Olive 24

    Chloe Blanc and Hannah Kelly scored 12 and 10 points respectively as Chatham beat Mount Olive, 48-24, in Chatham.

    Blanc added five assists for Chatham, which led 32-7 at the half.

    For Mount Olive, Naya Vialva netted 12 points as well.

    Varsity--Morristown 40 - Chatham 35

    Elizabeth Strambi scored 16 points to lead Morristown to a 40-35 win over Chatham in Morristown.

    Kate Kolb had 14 points and nine rebounds for Morristown, which led 18-13 at halftime.

    Maddie Hartnett had 10 points for Chatham.

    Varsity--Chatham 39 - Randolph 29

    Veronica Kelly had 14 points for Chatham in its 39-29 win to Chatham in Randolph. Chloe Blanc scored 12 points in the win. Julia Wiersum had 15 points for Randolph.

    Varsity--Chatham 38 - Morristown Beard 26

    Chloe Blanc scored 12 points and Veronica Kelly added nine as Chatham topped Morristown-Beard, 38-26, in Morristown.

    For Mo-Beard, Erin Martin notched a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds.

    Varsity--Chatham 41 - Montville 38 (OT)

    Veronica Kelly netted a game-high 15 points -- including five free throws in overtime -- as Chatham topped Montville, 41-38, in Montville.

    Montville's Bella Vito drained a 3-pointer at the buzzer to send the game into overtime. Jordan Stricklland netted a team-high 13 points as well for the home team.

    Varsity--Chatham 45 - Pope John 29
    Veronica Kelly and Camryn Davies each had 11 points for Chatham in its 45-29 win over Pope John in Chatham to eanr career win No. 400 for head coach Joe Gaba.

    Gaba, in his 21st season at Chatham, is 400-148.

    Morgan Heller had 15 points for Pope John.

    Varsity--Chatham 48 - Bayonne 31

    Veronica Kelly recorded her 1,000th career point as Chatham defeated Bayonne, 48-31, in Chatham.

    Kelly reached the milestone on her 14th and final point of the night, and became the 10th female to accomplish the feat in the history of the Chatham girls basketball program.

    Camryn Davies and Chloe Blanc each added eight points for Chatham. Maddie Hartnett had six points.

    Makoye Diawara registered a double-double for Bayonne with 14 points and 16 rebounds. Jesse Semeniak finished with 15 points, eight rebounds, and five assists. Stephanie Peters grabbed nine rebounds.

    Varsity--Chatham 64 - Parsippany Hills 20

    Veronica Kelly had 20 points for Chatham in its 64-20 win over Parsippany Hills in Parsippany. Chloe Blanc added 11 points in the win.

    Varsity--Chahtam 43 - Ridgewood 19

    Hannah Kelly led a balanced offensive attack with 11 points as Chatham topped Ridgewood, 43-19, in Ridgewood.

    Veronica Kelly added eight points and four blocks for Chatham, which played stifling defense to lead 20-7 at the half, and 38-7 after three quarters.

    Varsity--Chatham 32 - West Morris Mendham 26

    Hannah Kelly made two 3-pointers on the way to a team-high nine points to lead Chatham over Mendham, 32-26, in Mendham.

    Veronica Kelly finished with eight points while Michaela Ford added seven for Chatham. Joey Meyers scored a game-high 15 points for Mendham.

    Varsity--Morristown 36 - Chatham 26

    Elizabeth Strambi had 17 points for Morristown, ranked No. 17 in the NJ.com Top 20, in its 36-26 win over Chatham in Chatham.

    Nicole Ferrara had 10 points in the victory. Morristown outscored Chatham 22-12 in the second half to earn the win.

    Varsity--Oak Knoll 45 - Chatham 34

    Emily Archer finished with a game-high 22 points for Oak Knoll in its 45-34 win over Chatham in round-robin play of the Cougar Classic in Chatham.

    Laura Borys added 10 points, and Greta Criqui chipped in five points for Oak Knoll.

    Veronica Kelly led Chatham with 12 points in the loss.

    Varsity--Hunterdon Central 48 - Chatham 47
    Chatham lost to Hunterdon Cetnral 48 - 47. Read more at tapintochatham.net and nj.com
    Varsity--Chatham 69 - Lyndhurst 37

    Hannah Kelly and Tess Ford scored 10 points apiece to lead Chatham over Lyndhurst, 69-37, in Chatham.

    Veronica Kelly made four free throws and finished with 10 points while Camryn Davies and Caitlin Barry added seven points apiece for Chatham, which led by 20 at the half.

    Angela Downey made four 3-pointers on the way to 12 points and three rebounds while Gabriela Schnur added seven points for Lyndhurst, which pulled

    Varsity--Chatham 47 - Jefferson 39 (OT)

    Tess Ford scored 16 points in Chatham's 47-39 overtime win against Jefferson in Chatham.

    Chatham outscored Jefferson 21-4 in the fourth quarter and overtime combined, including 8-0 in the overtime period alone. Michaela Ford added 13 points in the win, while Veronica Kelly added 11.

    Taylor Langan scored 19 points for Jefferson, while Victoria Pietraszkiewicz added 10.

    Varsity--University 61 - Chatham 34

    Teresa Ortiz, Danielle Robinson and Amayah Powell led University to a 61-34 win over Chatham in Newark.

    University led 19-7 by the end of the first quarter with Ortiz and Robinson pacing the offensive attack with 18 and 17 points, respectively.

    Robinson also did more than score, earning eight of University's 13 assists as the primary facilitator and chipping in a team-leading five steals to help the suffocating defensive effort. Powell cleaned up the boards with eight of the total 13 rebounds, and also had eight points and a block.

    Veronica Kelly led Chatham with 12 points.

    Varsity--Rumson Fair Haven 53 - Chatham 40
    Chatham Girls Basketball lost their season opener 53 - 40 to Rumson Fair Haven. Read more at tapintochatham.net and nj.com.