Pequannock boys stun Morristown; Randolph, Morris Hills romp

Liam Lilienthal connected in overtime to lift Pequannock to an 11-10 victory on Friday.

The Golden Panthers rallied from a 9-4 fourth-quarter deficit to earn the win. Dan Duffy scored a hat trick including the game-tying goal late in the fourth quarter.

Lilienthal also had a hat trick and Brian Campo and Bryan Peters had two goals apiece for Pequannock. Dan Delargy fired a hat trick and Bradley Greik and Kendall Rogers scored two goals apiece for the Colonials.

Seton Hall Prep 15, Mount Olive 7

The Marauders drop to 4-2. Alex Maya had two goals and two assists and Mark Laratta scored twice for Mount Olive.

Mendham 10, Columbia 4

The Minutemen get in the victory column. Chandler Avallone scored four goals and Scott Baker fired a hat trick for Mendham.

Randolph 16, Kittatinny 1

The Rams are 3-4. Jack Southren had four goals and two assists and Matt Potter registered a hat trick for Randolph.

Morris Hills 14, High Point 1

Zach Berkowitz had five goals and two assists to pace the Scarlet Knights. Patrick McAndrew had a hat trick and Mike Dietrich and Gavin Ciccia scored two goals apiece for Morris Hills.

Jefferson 11, Boonton 4

Matt Bush scored four times and Rozmus Trevor fired a hat trick for the Falcons. Peter Chrzanowski had two goals and Alex Leming and Gill Brendan added a goal and an assist for Jefferson. Joe Norton, Frank Rao, Nick Lourick and Connor Davis each connected for the Bombers.

Vernon 7, Morris Knolls 5

Sean Statlander and Andrew Yenesel each scored a pair of goals for the Golden Eagles.

Girls Lacrosse

Summit 6 Mountain Lakes 5

Rachel Treweeke had a hat trick. Sarah Bedard and Granger Rosati also connected. Goalie Julie Krupnick stopped 12 shots.

Morristown 15, Columbia 5

The Colonials are 4-3. Casey O’Brien had four goals and three assists and Meghan Siverson and Allie Ferrara fired hat tricks for Morristown.

Saddle River Day 17, Morristown-Beard 7

Alissa Masini scored four times for the winless Crimson.


About mcvbb

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

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