Mo-Beard boys and girls earn high scoring victories

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Chelsea Kramer had seven goals and three assists to lift Morristown-Beard to a 14-12 win over Randolph in girls lacrosse action on Tuesday.

Jill Burke fired a hat trick to help the Crimson. Morristown-Beard had a 5-4 advantage at the half. Kelly McGiniss had three goals and an assist and Megan Eberly scored three times for the Rams.

Vernon 13, Morris Hills 5

Kelsey Hays had three goals and an assist to spark the undefeated Vikings. Kyleigh Miller scored twice and Sarah Walsh had a goal and two assists for the Scarlet Knights.

Kittatinny 10, Boonton 4

Lindsay McKim had three goals and two assists to lift the Cougars to 4-2 on the season. Four different players scored goals for the Bombers (3-3).

Boys

Morristown-Beard 16, Randolph 3

Ted Hatfield scored seven goals and dished three assists for the Crimson. Hatfield’s scores included his 100 career goals. Thomas Rago added four goals and four assists ad Kevin Gill scored twice for Morristown-Beard.

West Morris 10, Madison 5

Matt Carfaro had two goals and three assists and Matt Pruss scored three times to fuel the Wolfpack effort. Jeremy Angle added a pair of goals for West Morris. A. J. Schmitz had two goals and one assist for the Dodgers. After a scoreless first quarter, West Morris broke ahead to take a 5-2 edge at the half.

Boonton 5, Morris Hills 4

Joe Norton scored a pair of goals for the Bombers. Nick Lourick and Drew Recchia each had a goal and an assist and goalkeeper Erik Hansen stopped 17 shots for the Bombers.

Montville 6, St. Peter’s Prep 4

Jake Drexl fired a hat trick and Niko Del Moro had a goal and two assists for the Mustangs in the road triumph.

Pequannock 14, Jefferson 2

Bryan Peters had four goals and six assists to propel the Golden Panthers. Dan Duffy added four goals and Tyler Macejka and Hunter Soden each scored twice.

Chatham 13, Bernards 8

David Gill had five goals and one assist and Will Barnett fired a hat trick for the Cougars. Chatham led 6-3 at the half and pulled away.

Pope John 13, Morris Knolls 5

Sean Statlander and Reed Pelliconi each scored twice for the Golden Eagles.

North Warren 11, Park Regional 8

Scott Wadleigh had a goal and three assists for Park. Ryland LePage had five goals for the Patriots.

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

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