Girls Lacrosse5/12Varsity--Northern Highlands 12 - Chatham 4
Chloe Cavallo scored four goals to lead Northern Highlands to a 12-4 victory against Chatham in Chatham.
Julia Hill and Emma Cary added two goals and two assists apiece, Katie Murray finished with two goals and an assist and Lindsey Coleman chipped in a goal and two assists for Northern Highlands.
Frances Workman led Chatham with a goal and an assist while Paige Guenther, Lizzie O'Neill and Emilie DeKeyzer chipped in a goal apiece.5/10Varsity--Oak Knoll 15 - Chatham 7
Annabelle Zebrowski, Claire Galvin and Katie Kelly all scored three times to power Oak Knoll, No. 4 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 15-7 win over Chatham in Chatham.
All three combined for five assists in the win. Christy Sieber scored twice, while Keelin Schageter and Mary Kelly Doherty chipped in a goal apiece.
Oak Knoll came out strong and built a 12-3 lead by halftime.
Haley Riabov and Emilie DeKeyzer scored twice and added an assist apiece for Chatham. Lizzie O'Neill, Paige Guenther and Frances Workman.5/8Varsity--Ridgewood 9 - Chatham 4
Marley Scala scored three goals to lead Ridgewood, No. 1 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 9-4 victory against Chatham in Ridgewood.
Cat Roxas and Lillie Kloak added two goals apiece and Jackie Wolak and C.C. Telesco chipped in a goal and an assist apiece for Ridgewood.
Haley Riabov led Chatham with three goals.5/3Varsity--Morristown 14 Chatham 6Chatham lost to Morristown 14 - 6 in the Morris County Tournament Semifinal. Read more at tapintochatham.net5/1Varsity--Chatham 14 - Mount Olive 8 (MCT)
Emilie DeKeyzer scored three goals and dished three assists and Haley Riabov added four goals to lead fourth-seeded Chatham to a 14-8 victory against fifth-seeded Mount Olive in the quarterfinals of the Essex County Tournament in Chatham.
Lizzie O'Neill finished with three goals and Ally Franz chipped in a goal and two assists for Chatham. Keeper Kat Friday finished with 11 saves.
Chatham will play top-seeded Morristown, No. 7 in the NJ.com Top 20, in the semifinals scheduled for Thursday in Montville.4/28Varsity--Chatham 14 - Kinnelon 5 (MCT)
Emilie DeKeyzer scored three goals and dished three assists to lead fourth-seeded Chatham to a 14-5 victory against 13th-seeded Kinnelon in the first round of the Morris County Tournament in Chatham.
Frances Workman added two goals and Grace Coe and Paige Guenther chipped in a goal and an assist apiece for Chatham.
Chatham will play fifth-seeded Mount Olive in the quarterfinals scheduled for Tuesday.4/24Varsity--Chatham 10 - West Morris Central 7
France Workman tallied three goals and two assists to lead Chatham past West Morris, 10-7, in Chester.
Grace Coe and Paige Guenther added two goals each while Emily DeKeyzer recorded a goal and three assists as well for Chatham, which led 5-1 at the half. Chatham, had 13 shots and 18 ground balls in the game.
For West Morris, Lauren Hamilton had three goals. West Morris recorded 19 shots and 11 ground balls.4/20Varsity--Summit 13 - Chatham 11
Summitt, No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 20, took a 13-11 win over Chatham in Summit.
The home team outscored Chatham 7-6 in the first half, and 6-5 in the second half.
Paige Guenther tallied four goals and an assist for Chatham, while Grace Coe and Frances Workman scored two goals each. Kat Friday recorded 12 saves for the visitors.
Varsity--Chatham 10 - Indian Hills 8
Lizzie O'Neill, Emilie DeLeyzer, and Paige Guenther all scored two goals each to lead Chathham to a 10-8 win over Indian Hills in Oakland.
Guenther also had two assists while Frances Workman had a goal and three assists for Chatham, which led 5-2 at the half. Chatham also tallied 18 shots and 23 ground balls.
For Indian Hills, Devin Thompson netted a game-high six goal4/14Varsity--West Morris Mendham 8 - Chatham 7Ashley Peck scored three goals to lead Mendham, No. 12 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 8-7 victory against Chatham, No. 7, in Mendham.
Mendham held a 6-3 lead heading into halftime before Chatham stormed back in the second half with four goals of its own. Mendham barely held on to win the game.
Kelly McIntyre and Jessica Beneducci added two goals and an assist apiece and Olivia Coleman chipped in a goal for Mendham. Keeper Jackie Egert finished with six saves.
Paige Guenther scored two goals and dished an assist, Lizzie O'Neill added two goals and Frances Workman, Emilie DeKeyzer and Callie Riabov chipped in a goal apiece for Chatham. Keeper Kat Friday finished with 13 saves.4/12Varsity--Chatham 15 - Sparta 12
Lizzie O'Neill scored five goals to lead Chatham, No. 7 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 15-12 win over Sparta at Haas Field in Chatham.
Frances Workman tallied two goals and two assists, while Ally Franz and Paige Guenther each had a goal and three assists for Chatham. Chatham trailed, 9-7 at halftime before outscoring Sparta 8-3 in the second half. Emilie DeKeyzer scored twice and had an assist in the win.
Katilin Mead led Sparta with eight goals. Lauren Neufeld scored twice in the loss.4/7Varsity--Mountain Lakes 10 - Chatham 3
Sarah Monteleone scored five goals and an assist to lift Mountain Lakes to a 10-3 victory against Chatham in Chatham.
Sophia Holt had two goals, Brenna William scored once and handed out two assists, Faith Reilly had one goal and an assist and Haley Tietjen finished with one goal.
Ally Franz tallied two goals for Chatham.4/5Varsity--Chatham 13 - Saddle River Day 7
Frances Workman's three goals and an assist led a balanced scoring effort for Chatham, No. 6 in the NJ.com Top 20, as it defeated Saddle River Day, 13-7, at Haas Field in Chatham.
Haley Riabov notched three goals for Chatham, which raced out to a 9-3 halftime advantage. Lizzie O'Neill and Paige Guenther added two goals apiece in support of Kat Friday, who made 14 saves.
Saddle River Day's Michaela McMahon scored five goals, with Alexa Tsahalis adding two.3/28Varsity--Chatham 13 - Morristown 8
Haley Riabov scored a game-high four goals to lead Chatham, No. 9 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 13-8 win over Morristown in Chatham.
Paige Guenther added three goals for Chatham, while goalie Kat Friday made 10 saves. Frances Workman, who also scored, scooped up five ground balls as well. Chatham led 7-5 at the half.
For Morristown, Nicole Ferrara and Annika Begley both scored two goals apiece. Callie Sundin chipped in with three assists.