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Chatham's Barry Runner-up for Girls MCT Golf Title

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Jessica Barry shows her form with her driver Credits: Glenn Clark
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Chatham coach Steve Kmiec watches Sarah Ethridge putt Credits: Glenn Clark
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Sarah Ethridge drives the ball Credits: Glenn Clark
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Jessica Barry uses body language to will her putt on the 7th hole Credits: Glenn Clark
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Jess Barry follows her approach shot on par-4 ninth hole Credits: Glenn Clark
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Sarah Ethridge hits out of the bunker on the second hole Credits: Glenn Clark
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Sarah Ethridge is pleased with her shot out of the bunker Credits: Glenn Clark
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Jennifer McCann with her approach shot on the fifth hole Credits: Glenn Clark
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Emily Tufraiello watches her putt on the sixth green Credits: Glenn Clark
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FLANDERS, NJ - Chatham junior golfer Jessica Barry shot a 45 to finish as the runner-up by one stroke at the Morris County Girls Golf Tournament held Thursday at the Flanders Valley Golf Course.

Rianna Quiogue of Hanover Park was the winner with 44 on the par-36 blue course.

A year ago, Barry carded a 44 in finished second to Carley Hopton of Madison.

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Chatham senior Sarah Ethridge finished in a tie for sixth place with a 52 and Lady Cougar teammate Jennifer McCann, a junior, posted the 10th-best score with a 53.

Emily Tufraiello of Chatham hit a 60.

 

 

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