Madison, Chatham, West Morris boys vault to sectional finals

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Christian Scarpello had two goals and three assists to help Madison rally to victory with a 6-5 overtime victory in North Group I state tournament action on Friday.

Mark Langan scored twice, Collin Scarpello had one goal and one assist and Vince Sapio added a goal for the Dodgers. Madison rallied from a 4-2 halftime deficit. Jack Ranney added 10 saves for the Dodgers (14-6). Madison plays Mountain Lakes in the sectional final on 11 a.m. Sunday morning.

Mountain Lakes 13, Glen Ridge 7

Zach Lesko scored five goals and Mike Sammarro fired a hat trick to lift the Lakers. Mountain Lakes led 4-1 at the end of the first quarter and had a 5-2 advantage at the half. Chris Sammarro added a goal and four assists and Spencer Herman had a goal and two assists, while goalkeeper Jared Bernstein stopped 15 shots in the Lakers triumph. Mountain Lakes improved to 14-5.

Group II

Chatham 11, Sparta 1

The Cougars went on a 5-0 first quarter tear and never looked back. Thomas Guida and Sam Carson fired hat tricks. Nick Citron scored twice and David Gill, Christof Strunc and Chet McLaughlin also tallied for the Cougars (17-5). Freshman Owen Mead scored the lone goal for Sparta (17-3). Chatham will play at Summit, an 11-4 winner over Northern Highlands, on Sunday at noon for the North Group II title.

Group III

West Morris 10, Scotch Plains-Fanwood 2

Jeremy Angle scored three goals and Matt Pruss scored twice to fuel the Wolfpack triumph. Cooper Sloan also added a goal for West Morris (12-9). Scotch Plains finishes at 15-6. West Morris plays at top-seeded Ridgewood for sectional title honors. The Maroons earned a 7-6 overtime victory against MIllburn. That game is scheduled for 1 p.m. on Sunday.

Non Public B

Morristown-Beard 19, Montclair Kimberley Academy 12

Trevor Baptiste had six goals and one assist, Andrew Callahan scored five goals and Thomas Rago had four goals and two assist in the Crimson victory. Ted Hatfield had two goals and one assist and Chris Glancy scored twice for Morristown-Beard (11-7). The Crimson faces Immaculata in the next round.

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

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