Delbarton, Pequannock boys, St. E’s girls earn victories

Carolyn Byrnes scored seven goals and Alex Debrigida had three goals and four assists to lift Academy of St. Elizabeth to a 12-11 victory over Boonton in girls lacrosse on Monday. Humaa Sheikh scored four goals and Emily Sorochynskyj fired a hat trick for Boonton (2-4). St. Elizabeth improved to 2-4.

Villa Walsh 15, Millburn 8

Taylor Medd scored seven goals and Christina Pallitto had four goals and two assists for the Vikings (6-1).

Morristown-Beard 16, Hanover Regional 6

Jill Burke had four goals and one assist and Chelsea Kramer had three goals and one assists for the Crimson. Melissa Wamp scored four goals for Park.

Montville 10, Ramapo 7

The Mustangs led 6-3 at the half and maintained an advantage the rest of the way. Nicole Dvoretsky scored five goals and Abby Haimson had three goals and one assist for Montville (5-1).

Livingston 18, Morris Hills 9

Danielle Aihini had four goals and Casey Lyness scored twice for the Scarlet Knights.

Boys Lacrosse

Delbarton 12, Mendham 3

The Green Wave remains unbeaten at 6-0. Tommy Fowler scored four goals, Grant VanFossen had two goals and three assists and Kevin Lewis had two goals and two assists for Delbarton. Tim Lewis, Ross Coapman and Will Robinson scored two goals apiece for the Minutemen (2-5). Delbarton led 9-2 at the half.

Chatham 8, St. Augustine Prep 2

Nick Citron had three goals and one assist and Sam Carson had two goals and one assists for the Cougars (4-2).

Pequannock 12, Boonton 4

Ryan VanBochoven scored five goals, Tyler Macejka had three goals and four assists and Liam Lillienthal had three goals and one assist for the Golden Panthers (6-0). Ian Taylor had a goal and two assist for the Bombers (2-3). Pequannock took control with a 9-2 halftime lead.

Morristown-Beard 16, Montclair Kimberley Academy 8

The Crimson scored eight second-quarter goals to take a 10-3 halftime lead. Andrew Callahan scored six goals, John McDonald had three goals and five assists and Trevor Baptiste had three goals and two assists for the Crimson (3-3).

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Mark Kitchin is a boys varsity basketball writer for the Morris County New Jersey area

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