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Kelly, Falone Lead Chatham Girls Basketball Past Millburn

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Cassandra Falone led Chatham with 18 points Credits: Ron Frary
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Ava Fornaro goes up for two Credits: Ron Frary
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Chloe Blanc drives to the basket for Chatham Credits: Ron Frary
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Veronica Kelly collected 17 points, 10 rebounds and 7 blocked shots for Chatham Credits: Ron Frary
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Liz Ford eyes the basket Credits: Ron Frary
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Michelle Connolly goes up for the shot Credits: Ron Frary
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CHATHAM, NJ - Cassandra Falone and Veronica Kelly combined to score 35 points in leading Chatham to a 59-44 girls basketball victory over Millburn on Saturday.

Kelly, a 6-2 sophomore, finished with 17 points, 10 rebounds and seven blocked shots for Chatham (11-5). Kelly dropped in 13 points in the first half when the Lady Cougars moved to a 32-13 lead.

Falone, a senior guard, hit four 3-pointers in pacing Chatham with 18 points. Rachel Hubertus scored 10 of her game-high 23 points in the fourth quarter for Millburn (6-7). 

 

 

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