CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham girls basketball players Maddie Hartnett, Tess Ford, Shannon Donohoe and Carly Frohnapfel all received recognition on the all-conference team announced by the Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference.

Senior guard Hartnett and junior guard Ford were named the All-NJAC first team and senior forward Shannon Donohoe was selected to the second team. Sophomore forward Carly Frohnapfel received honorable mention.

Hartnett led Chatham (23-6) in scoring with a 15.7 average and scored in double figures in all 29 games this season. In two seasons as the leading scorer, Harnett helped Chatham forge a combined two-year record of 46-13, which included the 2019 North Jersey, Section 2, Group 3 state tournament championship.

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One of her signature games was her career-high 24 points in a convincing win over state-ranked Manasquan. Harnett ended the season with 456 points, 76 rebounds, 38 assists and 40 steals. Her career totals include 156 3-pointers made and 940 points.

Ford, an invaluable ballhandler and defender for the Cougars, hit 49 3-pointers in scoring 247 points on the season. She also collected 83 rebounds, 97 assists and 29 steals.

The 6-1 Donohoe produced six double-doubles in points-rebounds this season and ended with 235 points and 192 rebounds. Frohnapfel cleared 162 rebounds and also had 24 steals and 35 assists.