Cassie Falone, a senior guard, connected for five 3-pointers, scoring 15 of her game-high 17 points in the first half for Chatham, which defeated Morris Knolls 60-40 on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
Junior guard Liz Ford had 12 points for the Cougars, all off 3-point baskets. Chatham (15-7) had 12 baskets from outside the arc in the game.
Caitlyn Reyes and Carli Van Riper paced Morris Knolls (8-12) with eight points apiece.
Whippany Park 37, Morristown-Beard 30
Sophomores Jenna Holleran and Gwyneth Gaynor scored 13 points apiece to spur Whippany Park on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
Sabrina Ahmed, a senior, finished with nine points for the Wildcats, who improved to 9-11.
Bridget Monaghan, a freshman, topped the Crimson with 11 points.
Mountain Lakes 40, Kinnelon 37
Julia Aasma gave the Lakers the lead for good with a layup at 20 seconds on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
Aasma ended with 14 points and Jane Brennan joined her in double figures with 11. The win pushed the Lakers over .500 to 10-9.
The Colts received seven points from Calais Cronin.
Pequannock 38, Parsippany 18
Carly Klimek, a senior guard, paced the Golden Panthers (18-4) with 17 points and five steals on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
Jen McGrogan had five points and 12 rebounds for Pequannock. Morgan Benscko added seven points and took down nine rebounds.
Pequannock had a big second quarter, outscoring Parsippany 15-5 to take a 17-8 halftime lead.
Morris Catholic 49, St. Elizabeth 34
Freshman forward Danielle Mills scored 12 points and grabbed four rebounds when Morris Catholic notched its 20th victory on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
Stella Johnson contributed six points, eight rebounds and three assists for the Crusaders.
The Panthers were topped by Ellie Martine, who had 11 points.
Immaculate (Lodi) 47, West Morris 38
Julia Driebe had 10 points and Maddie Selvaggi had nine when the Wolfpack (19-4) fell to Immaculate of Lodi on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
Breyanne Bellerand of Immaculate led all scorers with 19 points.
After a first quarter that ended in a 12-12 deadlock, Immaculate pulled ahead, holding West Morris to single digits in the second and third periods.
Butler 41, Morris Tech 31
The Bulldogs, behind Samantha Flinn's 15 points, recorded a win over Morris Tech on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
Butler (8-12) received nine points from Sofia Martini and seven points and seven rebounds from Melissa Konopinski.
The Devils were topped by Taylor Rondanini, who had 10 points.
Montville 49, Parsippany Hills 43
Senior guard Kelly O'Reilly had 17 points to highlight the Mustangs' win over the Vikings on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
Bridget Kelly followed O'Reilly with nine points.
Tori Lombardi ended with 13 points and eight rebounds for the Vikings, who held a six-point lead at halftime.
Morris Hills 46, Wallkill Valley 20
Casarah Morales and Frankie Perna had 17 and 10 points, respectively, to pace the Scarlet Knights on Monday, Feb. 15.
Morris Hills (8-10) raced out to a 16-4 first-quarter lead over Wallkill Valley.
Morgan Carr's five points led the Rangers' balanced attack.