Mendham prevails in 2OT; unbeaten Mountain Lakes prevails

 Senior midfielder Becky Gohsler connected with 17 seconds left in double overtime to lift Mendham to a 9-8 triumph over Ridgewood on Saturday.

Gohsler and Mariah Salerno connected for three goals apiece for the Minutemen (6-3). Mendham is on a four-game winning streak. The Maroons dropped to 6-3.

Mountain Lakes 13, Oak Knoll 9

The Lakers remain unbeaten at 8-0. Jackie Perry scored four goals and Maddie Siebold and Victoria Kalamaras fired hat tricks for Mountain Lakes.

Villa Walsh 13, Cranford 6

Taylor Medd scored her 100th varsity goal to spark the Vikings. Kelly Holt, Jess Racanelli, Aynsley Gilbert and Lucia Smircich each scored two goals for Villa Walsh (8-1).

Madison 16, Scotch Plains 10

A 7-3 second-half effort lifted the Dodgers. Brynn Taylor had five goals and two assists. Ali Jago, Sophie Smith and Michelle Montagna scored two goals apiece for Madison (7-2).

St. Anthony’s (NY) 9, Chatham 6

Maddy Bowles and Kristen Maiorano scored two goals apiece for the Cougars (4-5).

Morristown 16, Fair Lawn 9

Maddie Heher had six goals and two assists to spur the Colonials. Casey O’Brien and Allie Ferrera added hat tricks for Morristown (5-2).

Mahwah 14, Roxbury 8

Joelle Manganella scored four goals and Hali Gruber and Jamie Kendelski scored two goals apiece for the Gaels (5-3).

Indian Hills 11, Pequannock 6

Christie Richard, Jess Rigoglioso and Ashley Tachon scored two goals apiece for the Golden Panthers (3-5).

West Morris 13, Immaculate Heart Academy 9

The Highlanders improve to 2-7. Chelsea Orban and Sydney Sapir fired hat tricks and Amy Moore and Paige Burton scored two goals apiece for West Morris.

Friday’s results

Jefferson 19, Newark Academy 5

Danielle Pini scored five goals and Kara Hodapp scored four times for the unbeaten Falcons (9-0).

Pope John 11, Hanover Regional 10

Melissa Wamp had seven goals and two assists and Katie Hunt had two goals and three assists for Park (3-5).

Sparta 18, St. Elizabeth 6

Carolyn Byrnes fired a hat trick and Alex Dibrigida had two goals and four assists for the Panthers (3-5).

Morristown-Beard 15, Morris Hills 7

Carolyn Chambers, Jill Burke and Emily Kellogg each fired hat tricks for the Crimson (6-3). Casey Lyness had a hat trick for the Scarlet Knights (4-4).

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

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