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Groh, Olnowich, O'Connor Score in the 1st Period to Spark Chatham/Madison Girls Ice Hockey Past Princeton, 5-1

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Jen Olnowich scored one of the three first-period goals for Chatison Credits: Glenn Clark
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Daniella Groh scored the first goal of the game for Chatison Credits: Glenn Clark
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Madison's Carlin Collier plays the puck Credits: Glenn Clark
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Hannah Bedell with the puck in open ice Credits: Glenn Clark
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Chatham's Casey Marshall Credits: Glenn Clark
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Lauren Arias looks to pass for Chatham/Madison Credits: Glenn Clark
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PRINCETON, NJ - Daniella Groh, Jennifer Olnowich and McKenna O'Connor each netted a goal in the first period, sending Chatham/Madison to a 5-1 girls ice hockey victory over Princeton at Hobey Baker Rink on Friday.

Maddie Gleason, who was credited with three assists, scored in the third period to give Chatison a 4-0 lead. Veronica Quidore scored the fifth goal.

O'Connor and Groh each finished with a goal and two assists for Chatison, which also received an assist apiece from Ginger Boles, Carlin Collier, and Caroline Hannon. Victoria Zammit scored for Princeton.

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