Chatham-Madison Girls Ice Hockey Advances to Morris-Union League Tournament Final with 6-1 Win Over Oak Knoll

Chatham/Madison Girls ice hockey team is headed for the championship game of the Morris-Union League Tournament set for Tuesday, Feb. 20 at Mennen Arena
Chatham freshman forward Lauren Arias (#36) handling puck into offensive zone
Chatham sophomore defenseman Veronica Quidore moves puck out of Chat-Mad zone
Madison senior Maddie Gleason (#19) carries the puck
Chatham freshman Hannah Bedell (#5) skating with the puck
Chatham freshman Molly Coyne (#7) evades defenders
Chatham sophomore Caroline Hannon (#2) playing defense around the goal
Madison senior Carlin Collier (#21) carries puck into offensive zone with teammates, Chatham junior Daniella Groh (#12) and Chatham freshman Molly Coyne (#7)

ROSELLE, NJ - Chatham freshman Hannah Bedell scored two goals and classmate Molly Coyne produced a goal and three assists in powering the Chatham/Madison girls ice hockey team to a 6-1 victory over Oak Knoll in the semifinal round of the Morris-Union League Tournament on Tuesday at Warinanco Rink.

Chatham/Madison will play for the league championship, 3:30 Tuesday, Feb. 20 at Mennen Sports Arena.

Chatison received a goal apiece from Lauren Arias, Maddie Gleason and Caroline Hannon. Jen Olnowich and Carlin Collier were each credited with an assist for Chatham/Madison. Paige Kehoe scored for Oak Knoll.

Goalie Ginger Boles came up with 23 saves for Chatison.

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To the Editor:

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