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Blanc, Ford Hit Career Highs in Chatham Girls Basketball Victory Over Mount Olive

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Michelle Connolly is out front on the break Credits: Glenn Clark
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Sophomore Chloe Blanc scored a career-high 17 points for Chatham Credits: Glenn Clark
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Cassandra Falone with future varsity Chatham players Credits: Glenn Clark
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Liz Ford launches a jumper Credits: Glenn Clark
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Michelle Connolly takes a jump shot Credits: Glenn Clark
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Beth Kuyk looks to pass inside Credits: Glenn Clark
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Meg Redmond scores two points Credits: Glenn Clark
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Sarah Oliver with future varsity players Credits: Glenn Clark
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Camryn Davies eyes the rim Credits: Glenn Clark
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Ava Fornaro positions herself inside Credits: Glenn Clark
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Liz Ford scores two of her career-best 12 points Credits: Glenn Clark
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Sarah Oliver, Meg Redmond and Caroline Viscovich Credits: Glenn Clark
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CHATHAM, NJ - Sophomore guard Chloe Blanc and junior guard Liz Ford set career highs for points scored as the Chatham girls basketball team racked up its highest point total of the season in an 82-48 girls basketball victory over Mount Olive on Tuesday.

Blanc scored 17 points and Ford hit for 12 in the balanced attack for Chatham (9-4), which received 15 points from Cassandra Falone and 14 points from Veronica Kelly.

Sarah McEvoy finished with a game-high 25 point for Mount Olive (4-6).

 

 

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