Knolls wins first, Mendham, Morristown triumph in OT

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Giulia Vitolo had four goals and two assists to spark Morris Knolls to a 13-4 win over Sparta in girls lacrosse action on Wednesday. It was the first win of the season for the Golden Eagles. Morris Knolls led 9-2 at the half. Molly Reichhard, Bridget Francisco, Krista Mitarotonda and Jacie Cooper scored two goals each for Morris Knolls (1-7)

Chatham 15, Immaculate Heard Academy 13

Bridget Ballard had four goals and two assists and Maggie O’Neill and Kristen Maiorano registered ha tricks for the Cougars (5-5).

Morristown 12, Madison 10, OT

Casey O’Brien had four goals and three assists and Allie Ferrara had four goals, including two overtime goals for the Colonials. Meghan Siverson added a pair of goals for the Colonials (9-1). Michelle Montagna scored four goals and Laney Rutland and Brynn Taylor scored two goals each for the Dodgers (5-3).

Mendham 9, Westfield 8, OT

Carlye Maita and Becky Gohsler scored three goals each for the Minutemen. Kira Lopes added a pair of goals for Mendham (6-2).

Roxbury 8, Randolph 6

The Gaels led 6-4 at the half. Amanda Beal scored five times and Chelsea Artigliere added a pair of goals for Roxbury (3-6). Natalie Panvini and Megan Eberly each scored a pair of goals for the Rams (3-7).

Kinnelon 21, Mount St. Dominick 17

Talia Price had six goals and two assists, Izzy Berezni and Ashley Bobinski had four goals and three assists each and Victoria Bobinski had three goals and three assists in the high scoring contest. The Colts improve to 3-4.

Montville 9, Morris Catholic 8

Abby Haimson scored four goals and Nicole Dvoretsky fired a hat trick for the Mustangs. Montville rallied after trailing most of the game. Haimson scored the game-winning goal with 6:42 to play in regulation. Strong defense from Montville and goalie Julianna Russo thwarted some late Morris Catholic scoring opportunities. Lexi Flinn had a hat trick and Haley Driscoll and Rachel Petruska scored two goals each for the Crusaders.

Oak Knoll 12, West Morris 11

Chelsea Orban and Sarah Frankovic fired hat tricks for the Wolfpack. Sydney Sapir added a pair of goals for West Morris.

Verona 17, Pequannock 16

Arden Kassaleh scored six times, Danielle Musto had five goals and three assists and Alyssa Tachon had four goals and two assists for the Golden Panthers (4-6).

Boys

Dwight Englewood 6, Boonton 5

Joe Norton fired a hat trick the Bombers. The teams were tied at 4-all going into the fourth quarter.

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

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