Mendham captures Pooley Trophy

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The Pooley Trophy will reside in the Mendham High School trophy case this year.

Tim Lewis and Will Robinson scored four goals apiece to lead Mendham to a 12-6 triumph over West Morris in the Pooley Trophy game on Saturday.

Chandler Avallone had two goals and two assists and Ross Coapman had two goals and one assist. Scott Smullen snatched nine ground balls and goalkeeper Jon Berg stopped nine shots on the Minutemen turf. The win lifts Mendham to 3-6.

Jeremy Angle had three goals and Kevin Reidinger and Matt Carfaro added a goal and an assist for West Morris (4-4).

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The Pooley Trophy is on the move again. After spending the year at West Morris Central it will reside in Mendham until next spring. (Photo by Mark Kitchin)

The Pooley Trophy, which is a bust of a lacrosse player on the move, is named after David Pooley who served as an administrator at both schools. He was instrumental in starting the lacrosse programs at Mendham and West Morris and also organizing the Morris County Tournament which began in 1988. Last year, West Morris gained possession of the trophy with a 12-5 victory.

Mendham led the game most of the way. The Minutemen took a 5-2 first-quarter lead and turned it into an 8-5 halftime advantage. Mendham pulled away with three consecutive third-quarter goals.

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

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