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Sooklal, Bessette Score 2 Goals Apiece for Chatham Field Hockey in Win Over Summit

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Noelle Bessette, left and Amrita Sooklal scored two goals apiece for Chatham vs. Summit Credits: TAP Chatham
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Abby Walrond, left, made 13 saves in goal and Annie Leverich was credited with three assists for Chatham vs. Summit Credits: TAP Chatham
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CHATHAM, NJ - Senior forward Amrita Sooklal and senior midfielder Noelle Bessette scored two goals apiece to power Chatham's 5-1 field hockey win over Summit on Thursday at Haas Field.

Junior forward Annie Leverich was credited with three assists for Chatham (6-2-2), which also got a goal from Lauren Mumby. Senior goalie Abby Walrond notched 13 saves for the Lady Cougars.

Charlotte Greer scored for Summit (3-8-1).

 

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