WHIPPANY, NJ - Salvina Poulter placed the ball to the left of a diving Morgan Maltby to win the girls soccer game in overtime for Whippany Park, 1-0, over Chatham on Friday.
Maltby finished with 10 saves for Chatham.
At halftime, a short ceremony was held in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and a donation was made to the American Breast Cancer Foundation on behalf the Chatham High School and Whippany Park High School girls soccer teams. Both teams combined to raise more than $1000, all of which was donated to the cause.
Chatham had a chance to win the game in regulation when Emily Walczyk blasted a shot that was tipped over the top by the Whippnay keeper. Immediately following, Walczyk took the corner kick and served a beautiful ball that was deflected at goal. The Whippany keeper bobbled the ball and a Chatham player poked the ball at goal but it hit post and rolled to the keeper.
Chatham's next game is at home Monday. It is Senior Day for the Lady Cougars as they take on crosstown rival Summit at 4 p.m.