Junior Nina Barrett won both distance races as Chatham defeated Cranford, 111-59, in a NJSIAA Public C swimming semifinal on Wednesday. The Cougars advance to the final against Haddonfield on Sunday at The College of New Jersey. The Bulldawgs beat Mountain Lakes, 99-71, in the other semifinal.
Chatham is the four-time defending Public B champion.
Chatham 111, Cranford 59
Medley relay: Cranford (Julie Bayne, Emily Wilson, Ashley Cave, Isabella DeSimone) 1:51.47; 200 freestyle: Nina Barrett (Ch) 1:59.81; 200 IM: Julia Byrne (Cr) 2:07.31; 50 freestyle: Emily Gorham (Ch) 24.98; 100 butterfly: Byrne (Cr) 58.23; 100 freestyle: Nicole Tingley (Ch) 54.18; 500 freestyle: Barrett (Ch) 5:10.04; 200 free relay: Chatham (Tingley, Margaret Harrigan, Caroline Paulson, Gorham) 1:42.98; 100 backstroke: Jackie Crater (Ch) 1:02.11; 100 breaststroke: Alicia Iizuka (Ch) 1:08.84; 400 free relay: Chatham (Harrigan, Jane Ewald, Tingley, Gorham) 3:43.27.
Site of meet: Gloucester County Tech. Distances in yards. Team records: Chatham 13-0, Cranford 9-3.
Morristown-Beard 6, Oak Knoll 0: Ally Detre had a hat trick for the Crimson (16-1). Senior Kendall Cornine added a goal and three assists.
Parsippany 64, Dover 52: Declan Devans led Parsippany (8-12) with 19 points and three steals. Deandre Fils-Aime added 12 points and four rebounds for the Red Hawks. Dayshawn Bradshaw and Dwayne Brown each scored 20 points for Dover (8-12).
Morristown 46, Roxbury 31: Abby Schubiger scored a game-high 18 points to lead the Colonials (15-4). Elizabeth Strambi scored 10 points. For the Gaels (5-14), Jamie Katzenberger had seven points, five rebounds and three steals. Sydney Clevenger pulled down seven rebounds.