Delbarton, Mo-Beard boys remain unbeaten

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Ryan Onderdonk scored four times and Reed Shaffer and Andrew Ford had hat tricks to lift Delbarton to a 13-9 win over Seton Hall Prep in boys lacrosse action on Wednesday. Michael Rutter added a pair of goals and T. J. Comizio and Emmet Cordrey had three assists each for Delbarton (5-0).

Ridgewood 13, Mountain Lakes 8

Zander Kotsen fired a hat trick and Ryan Frawley and Brad Smith scored two goals each for the Lakers (5-1).

Morristown-Beard 17, Morristown 8

Thomas Rago, Teddy Hatfield and John McDonald had four goals and two assists apiece for the unbeaten Crimson. Chris Glancy added three goals for unbeaten Morristown-Beard (6-0). Brad Greik had a hat trick for the Colonials.

Summit 5, West Morris 4

The Wolfpack drop to 2-3. Kyle Skurchak scored twice for West Morris.

West Essex 6, Mendham 4

Chandler Avallone and Drew Robshaw scored two goals each for the unbeaten Minutemen.

Roxbury 9, Jefferson 2

Dave Blank had three goals and three assists and Chris Snow and Paul Shadel had two goals each for the Gaels.

Morris Knolls 10, Morris Hills 4

The Golden Eagles won the sister school battle. Andrew Yenesel had one goal and four assists for Morris Knolls (4-1). Zach Berkowitz scored twice for the Scarlet Knights. The Golden Eagles pulled away with a 6-1 fourth-quarter effort.

Westfield 14, Chatham 7

Thomas Berger and Matt Coleman scored two goals each for Chatham (2-4).

Boonton 10, West Orange 5

The Bombers improve to 3-2. Joe Norton notched four goals and Austin Van Zant and Frank Rao had two goals apiece for Boonton.

Morris Catholic 15, Union City 2

The Crusaders led 6-1 at the half. Danny Dunn had six goals and two assists and Matthew Graziano had four goals and three assists.

Sparta 11, Randolph 8

Jake Southren scored four times and Max Pinilis scored twice for the Rams (2-4).

Madison 4, Caldwell 2

Goals by Justin Dalena, Vince Sapio, A. J Schmitz and Ryan Sullivan lifted the Dodgers in a tight defensive battle. Madison rallied from a 2-1 halftime deficit.

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

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