Pequannock boys, Mountain Lakes girls remain unbeaten

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Saturday’s lacrosse results

Mountain Lakes 17, Kinnelon 6

The Lakers rallied from a 5-3 halftime deficit with 11 third-quarter goals. Chris Sammaro scored four goals and Mike Sammaro and Brad Smith each had two goals and two assist for Mountain Lakes (7-1). Brian Gnad and Matt Morreale each had two goals and two assist for the Colts (4-5).

Chatham 9, Springford (Pa.) 3

Sam Carson and Cristof Strunc scored two goals apiece for the Cougars (8-3).

Morris Knolls 14, Morris Catholic 1

The Golden Eagles rise to 6-5 on the season. Jared Huston had three goals and two assists and Sam Lorenz, Andrew Consales and Reed Pelliconi for Morris Knolls. Will Norwood connected for Morris Catholic.

Pequannock 7, Holmdel 4

Tyler Macejka and Liam Lillienthal fired hat tricks for the Golden Panthers. Bryan Peters also connected for unbeaten Pequannock (11-0).

Cranford 10, Randolph 9

The Rams rallied from an 8-4 fourth-quarter deficit to make it close. Stefan Tamminga scored three goals and Kurt Naslonski and T. J. Lundquist had two goals each for Randolph (3-8).

Mendham 15, West Windsor North 3

Chandler Avallone had three goals and Griffin Marcus had three assists for the Minutemen. Will Robinson, Tim Lewis, Scott Smullen and Andrew Robshaw scored two goals each for Mendham (4-7).

Summit 18. West Morris 7

The Wolfpack dropped to 5-6. The Hilltoppers are 9-2.

Hanover Regional 7, Warren Hills 5

A 5-2 second half effort lifted Park. Seth Wadleigh and Conor Voorhies scored two goals each.

Mahwah 17, Jefferson 2

The Falcons drop to 0-9.

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Pequannock defenders chase down a Holmdel opponent during Saturday’s game. (Photo courtesy of Pequannock)

GIRLS LACROSSE

Mountain Lakes 9, Chatham 8, 4OT

The Lakers had to work to remain unbeaten at 11-0. Jackie Perry scored three goals and Victoria Kalamaras, Meredith Newfrock and Allie LaBeau scored two goals apiece for Mountain Lakes. Maggie O’Neill, Kristen Maiorano and Maddy Bowles scored two goals apiece to make their varsity coach Hilary Renna proud. Renna is a Mountain Lakes grad and it was her first time coaching a varsity game against her former school.

Morristown 14, North Hunterdon 11

Meghan Siverson, Caroline Hersh and Casey O’Brien had three goals apiece for the Colonials (8-2). Morristown edged away with a 5-3 second-half result.

Vernon 18, Hanover Regional 4

Katie Hunt and Melissa Wamp had a goal and an assist for Park.

Jefferson 16, Boonton 8

Darby Nolan had seven goals and Danielle Pini added a pair of goals for the Falcons (12-0). Meghan Mollahan had three goals for the Bombers (4-6).

Kinnelon 14, Hopewell Valley 10

Heidi Annaheim scored six goals, Victoria Bobinski had a hat trick and Talia Price scored twice for the Colts.

St. Elizabeth 9, Passaic Valley 8

Carolyn Byrnes had four goals and Alex DiBrigida added three goals for the Panthers (4-6).

Mount Olive 13, Morris Hills 5

Claire Callaghan had five goals and Sarah McEvoy added three goals for the Marauders (4-8). Ashley Lovenberg had two goals and an assist to pace the Scarlet Knights (4-6).

Morristown-Beard 14, Newark Academy 11

Jill Burke had five goals and Alissa Masini scored four goals for the Crimson (9-3).

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

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