Chatham Girls Soccer Defeats Mount Olive, 3-1

Schuyler Bixby scored go-ahead goal in the first half for Chatham Credits: TAP Chatham
Nicole Smizaski set up goal by Schuyler Bixby for Chatham Credits: TAP Chatham
Sophia Reed scored twice in the first half for Chatham Credits: TAP Chatham
Camryn Davies was credited with an assist for the Lady Cougars Credits: TAP Chatham
Sophie Collins made three saves for Chatham Credits: TAP Chatham
Olivia Robertson made a big save in the second half for Chatham, heading away a ball at the goal line Credits: TAP Chatham

CHATHAM, NJ - Schuyler Bixby ran onto a pass from Nicole Smizaski and finished her chance in the 30th minute to spark Chatham's 3-1 girls soccer victory over Mount Olive on Friday at Haas Field.

Sophomore striker Sophia Reed scored twice in the first half for Chatham (2-5-1). Camryn Davies and Kelsey Terry were each credited with an assist for the Lady Cougars. Mount Olive is 0-8.

Sophomore Olivia Robertson made the defensive play of the game for Chatham in the second half. With Lady Cougar goalie Sophie Collins on the ground, Robertson cleared a shot on goal by Mount Olive, leaping to head it over the crossbar.



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