Chatham Girls Basketball Paves the Way for Possible First Double MCT Winners Since 2000 Mendham Teams

Chatham seniors Veronica Kelly, Camryn Davies and Chloe Blanc hold up the MCT hardware for the first time Credits: Brad Rindos
Chatham raises its Morris County Tournament Championship - the first in school history Credits: Brad Rindos
Chatham had a positive attitude in the huddle between periods of MCT final Credits: Brad Rindos
Michaela Ford handles the ball during Morris County Tournament final for Chatham Credits: Brad Rindos
Chatham bench reacts to winning the school's first MCT girls basketball title Credits: Brad Rindos
Chatham's Hannah Kelly drives the baseline Credits: Brad Rindos
Chatham bench during MCT final Credits: Brad Rindos
Chatham girls celebrate MCT crown Credits: Brad Rindos
Veronica and Hannah Kelly walk off the court as champions Credits: Brad Rindos
Chatham girls are the MCT champs Credits: Brad Rindos
Credits: Brad Rindos
Chatham seniors hold the MCT trophy....Veronica Kelly, Camryn Davies and Chloe Blanc Credits: Brad Rindos
Veronica Kelly with her Most Valuable Player award Credits: Brad Rindos

CHATHAM, NJ - The first-ever Morris County Tournament championship for the Chatham girls basketball team gives the Cougars a chance to become the first high school to win both the boys and girls MCT titles in the same year since Mendham accomplished the feat in 2000.

The Lady Cougars won the first leg on Friday night with a 40-31 win over top-seeded Morristown in the 44th annual MCT. The top-seeded Chatham boys go after their third straight MCT crown on Saturday night vs. Delbarton.

Chatham girls receive their MCT plaques after winning the championship Friday at the County College o Morris

Senior forward Veronica Kelly scored 13 points and was named the MVP of the tournament for Chatham (18-7). To read more about the girls final CLICK HERE

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