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Chatham Boys Lacrosse Power Past Hunterdon Central, 12-8

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Mac Bredahl makes a move behind the net for Chatham Credits: Tommy Shi
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Mac Bredahl tries to separate the Hunterdon Central goalie from the ball Credits: Tommy Shi
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Mac Bredahl on the move for Chatham Credits: Tommy Shi
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Chris Grosso and Connor Byrd reach for the ground ball Credits: Tommy Shi
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Chatham goalie Ryan Ness looks to make a clearing pass Credits: Tommy Shi
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Ryan Ness and Harrison Shi go for the loose ball as Colin Pierce looks on Credits: Tommy Shi
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FLEMINGTON, NJ - Mac Bredahl produced four goals and two assists and Cade Krauss netted three goals in powering Chatham to a 12-8 boys lacrosse victory over Hunterdon Central on Monday.

Connor Byrd contributed a goal and three assists for Chatham (11-6), which received two goals and an assist from Ryan Chase. The Cougars put the game away with six goals in the fourth quarter.

Chris Grosso and Grant Webster scored a goal each for Chatham, which received 10 saves from goalie Ryan Ness.

 

 

 

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