Morristown, Mountain Lakes, Pequannock win

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Brad Greik had three goals and one assist and Brian Begley had two goals and one assist to lift Morristown to a 10-8 win over Johnson in boys lacrosse action on Tuesday.

Chris Drake and Joey Murphy also registered two goals each for the Colonials. Morristown rallied with a 3-0 fourth-quarter effort to earn the road victory.

Mountain Lakes 17, St. Joseph’s-Metuchen 4

Christian Cuccinello finished with three goals and three assists to fuel the Lakers offense. Ryan Frawley also earned a hat trick and Brad Smith had two goals and one assist for the Lakers.

Pequannock 9, Mahwah 5 

The Golden Panthers led 5-2 at half and pulled away with a 3-1 third-quarter burst.

Roxbury 12, Morris Hills 5

Arthur Warden scored three times and Chris Snow connects twice for the Gaels. Roxbury led 5-1 at the half.

Randolph 6, Mount Olive 5

Jake Southren scored twice and J.P. Southren had a goal and two assists to lift the Rams. Alex Mays scored twice and Matthew Sanchez had a goal and two assists for the Marauders.

Delbarton 10, Chatham 3 

Jack Crowley scored five goals to spark the Green Wave. Jordan Dowiak posted a hat trick and J. J. McBride added a goal and four assists. Rich Berger had a goal and an assist for the Cougars.

Seton Hall Prep 14, West Morris 8

The Pirates led 6-3 at halftime and slowly pulled away.

Caldwell 7, Madison 6

Andrew Kaye and Vince Sapio scored two goals each for the Dodgers.

Livingston 20, Morris Knolls 8

Reed Pelliconi paced the Golden Eagles with two goals and one assist.

West Essex 12, Montville 5

Niko Del Moro scored four goals for the Mustangs. West Essex led 9-0 at the half.

North Warren 16, Morris Catholic 4

GIRLS

West Milford 11, Boonton 9

THe Highlanders pulled away with a 6-4 second half effort.

Jefferson 18, Governor Livingston 8

Kara Hodapp had five goals and two assists to fuel the Falcons. Danielle Pini added four goals and two assists, Gina Laganella had four goals and an assist and Kendra Nolan had three goals and three assists for Jefferson.

Morris Hills 14, High Point 13

Kyleigh Miller scored seven goals an Kellyanne Ha four goals to spark the Scarlet Knights. Morris Hills led 9-6 at the half and stifled a late run by the Wildcats.

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

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