Arias, Groh Goals in First Period Spark Chatham/Madison Girls Ice Hockey Past Kent Place, 2-1

Chatham junior Daniella Groh is congratulated after her goal with one second left in the first period made it 2-0 Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham's Hannah Bedell makes a pass Credits: Glenn Clark
Molly Coyne gets ready to take the faceoff for Chatham/Madison Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham's Hannah Bedell fights for possession Credits: Glenn Clark
Madison senior Carlin Collier skates into space for Chatison Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham sophomore Veronica Quidore follows through with a shot Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham's Jen Olnowich looks to pass the puck Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham's Hannah Bedell looks up ice Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham sophomore Jen Olnowich skates between two Kent Place players Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham's Hannah Bedell Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham's Jen Olnowich follows through with a slap shot Credits: Glenn Clark
Molly Coyne rips a shot for Chatham Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham/Madison coach Kevin Hannon Credits: Glenn Clark
Madison freshman Josephine Piacenti Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham goalie Casey Marshall Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham/Madison celebrates a goal in the first period Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham senior Casey Marshall makes glove save for Chatison Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham goalie Casey Marshall has her eye on the puck Credits: Glenn Clark

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Freshman Lauren Arias scored an unassisted goal 32 seconds into the game and Daniella Groh scored with one second left in the opening period as the Chatham/Madison girls ice hockey team held off Kent Place, 2-1, on Tuesday at the Bridgewater Sports Arena.

Groh, a junior, converted a pass from freshman Hannah Bedell to give Chatison a 2-0 advantage. Megan Sanford scored off a feed from Skylar Sim in the third period for Kent Place, which received 36 saves from goalie Isla Okkinga. Senior Casey Marshall was in goal for Chatison.

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