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Kennedy, Lengner Lead Chatham Softball in Finale of Breast Cancer Awareness Invitational

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Freshman Anna Lengner pitched a two-hitter for Chatham vs. Hopatcong Credits: TAP Chatham
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Sarah Stubeck knocked in three runs for Chatham vs. Piscataway Credits: TAP Chatham
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Chatham's Caroline Viscovich homered and scored twice vs. Piscataway Credits: TAP Chatham
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Bonnie Kennedy had four hits and scored three runs for Chatham vs. Hopatcong Credits: TAP Chatham
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CHATHAM, NJ - Second baseman Bonnie Kennedy rapped out four hits and scored three runs and freshman pitcher Anna Lengner pitched a two-hitter as Chatham posted a 10-0 softball victory over Hopatcong on Saturday in the finale of the Breast Cancer Awareness Invitational at the Chatham Middle School.

In the opener, Chatham (8-2) lost in extra innings to Piscataway, 5-4.

Hanna Keeshen, Julia Piness and Kelly Krincek each scored two runs in the victory over Hopatcong. Lengner contributed to the offense in earning the win with two RBI for Chatham, which received an RBI apiece from Kennedy, Morgan Pellegrin, Camryn Davies and Amelia Hoffman.

In the Piscataway game, catcher Caroline Viscovich belted a solo homer and finished with three hits and two runs scored for the Lady Cougars, who received two hits, including a double, and three RBI from Sarah Stubeck.

 

 

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