MORRIS PLAINS, NJ - Senior Ally Franz placed 18th with a time of 20:50 in pacing the Chatham girls cross-country team to a fifth-place team finish in the Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference Championships on Tuesday at Greystone Park. 

Chatham won the Freshman/Sophomore NJAC race with freshmen Annie Hallahan and Bella Bankert crossing first and second, respectively, over the 4K course.

The Chatham varsity placed fifth in the Large School Division with 148 points and an average time of 21:40.

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Ally Franz-20:50 18th place

Anna VanWie-21:24 27th 

Carly Frohnapfel-21:48 30th 

Lauren Davis-22:01 35th

Katie Caracciola-22:16 38th

Anya D'Costa-22:27 46th

Moira Horan-22:50 54th 

The Chatham freshmen girls dominated the Freshmen/Sophomore 4k race with Annie Hallahan winning, followed by Bella Bankert in second. The team took first place and had an average time of 19:12.

Annie Hallahan-17:44 1st place

Bella Bankert-17:52 2nd

Grace Hui-19:36 7th

Chloe Nieliwocki-20:07 9th

Ava DiGiovanni-20:41 13th

Emma Hartnett-22:41 28th

The Chatham JV Girls race was the final race of the afternoon. The Cougar girls finished in second place with 64 points and an average time of 22:35.  

Top 7 JV:

Emma Frohnapfel-22:20 12th place

Kareena Parikh-22:26 13th

Albane Marion-22:38 16th

Alice Marion-22:40 17th

Aidan Walsh-22:51 20th

Maddie Hartnett-22:51 21st

Cameron Grant-22:52 22nd