Senior Maddie Hartnett drained a game-high 16 points and Shannon Donohoe posted a double-double with 12 points and 14 rebounds as Chatham won its seventh straight contest to capped the regular season on a winning note.
Chatham's Maddie Hartnett and Montville's Emma Wax lead their teams to MCT Championship game.
2019 NYPL replica of the Championship Ring, Michael Conforto Darkside Bobblehead, and 2019 NYPL Champs Dri-Fit Cap will be among giveaways.
The varsity team will play in the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) for the 2019-20 season, facing league opponents such as Pennyslviana’s Wilson College, Bryn Athyn College, Keystone College, Rosemont College, Clarks Summit University, and Cairn University, as well as New Jersey’s Centenary University.
Newcomers to the coaching staff, Dustin Glant (Pitching Coach) and Ryan Chipka (Hitting Coach) will join Fiorito, as well as returnees Teuris Olivares (Defensive Coach), Jon Becker (Athletic Trainer), and Danny Smith (Strength & Conditioning Coach). Ryan Shute will once again be the Clubhouse Manager for the 2020 season and Luke Morris joins as the Video Manager.
Rooney and Fekete scored 12 points apiece for Chatham, while Mendham senior Jesse Hafemeister torched the Cougars for 21 points.
ROSEMONT, Pa. - The College of Saint Elizabeth Division III Women’s Basketball team dribbled away with two honors, as sophomore guard Maria Devincenzo and junior forward Kamani Williams captured the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Player and Defensive Player of the Week awards, respectively, the league announced on Monday afternoon DeVincenzo averaged 21.0 points, 5.5 … Continue reading DeVincenzo, Williams Grab CSAC Player of the Week Honors
O'Donnell averaged 32 points on 20-of-40 shooting (.500), along with averages of 14 rebounds, 3.5 assists, and two blocks, and Kiley put up averages of 22 points, 13.5 boards, and five blocks.
Somos helped distribute approximately 2, 500 pounds of sports equipment to Nicaraguan organizations on its last visit.
Brantley averaged 34 points per game (447 pts) during the regular season, and 37.50 in two Brooklyn Borough Championship tilts. He had led Boys & Girls to an 11-3 regular-season mark.