Chatham, Mtn. Lakes, Morristown girls win

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Emily Wingate scored five goals to lift Chatham to a 17-13 win over Madison in girls lacrosse action on Monday.

Maddie Bowles had two goals and four assists and Kristen Maiorano had three goals and two assists for the Cougars (4-5). Molly Fishter scored four goals and Sophie Smith netted three goals for the Dodgers. The Cougars led 10-3 at the half.

Ramapo 14, Randolph 13

Kelly McGiniss had four goals and two assists and Natalie Panvini notched a hat trick. The game was tied at 12-all at the end of regulation.

Westfield 16, Morris Knolls 7

Krista Mitarotonda and Giulia Vitolo scored two goals each for the Golden Eagles. Westfield led 10-3 at the half.

Cranford 20, Roxbury 10

Amanda Beal scored five goals for the Gaels. Cranford led 10-5 at the half.

Mountain Lakes 18, Kinnelon 7

Victoria Kalamaras had three goals and four assists to fuel the Lakers victory. Hannah Cronk added three goals and two assists and Meredith Newfrock also added a hat trick for Mountain Lakes (8-1). Ashley Bobinski registered a hat trick for the Colts.

Mountain Lakes led 14-4 at the half.

Morristown 11, Pascack Valley 9

Casey O’Brien scored four goals and Allie Ferrara finished two goals and two assists for the Colonials (8-1). Morristown led 6-5 at the half.

Pequannock 15, Scotch Plains 6

Danielle Musto had four goals and four assists in the Golden Panthers’ triumph. Arden Kassaleh notched six goals and Alyssa Tachon added a hat trick for Pequannock.

Mendham 19, Villa Walsh 8

Christine Graziano scored seven times to pace the Minutemen (5-2). Becky Gohsler scored four times and Christine Long had three goals and an assist for Mendham.

The Minutemen led 12-4 at the half.

Bernards 15, Morris Catholic 11

The Mountaineers had a 7-6 edge at the half.

BOYS

Caldwell 9, Morristown 3

Brian Begley, Brad Greik and Kendall Rogers connected for the Colonials.

Lenape Valley 15, Boonton 4

The Patriots outscored the Bombers 10-0 in the second half.

 

 

 

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

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