Chatham edges Mendham; Roxbury, Randolph prosper

Emily Wingate scored off a feed from Bridget Ballard at the 10-minute mark and Chatham held on to defeat Mendham 13-12 in girls lacrosse action on Saturday.

Alex Frenzel tied the game at 12-all with a goal with 10:40 left. She also gathered an important ground ball late in the game to cement the victory. Chatham also had a solid performance by goalie Gislina Saul who made seven saves, but the final five late in the game.

Maggie O’Neill fired a hat trick, Bridget Ballard had two goals and three assists and Wingate scored twice for the Cougars. Meri Curtin and Christine Graziano had hat tricks and Carlye Maita, Carrie Speicher and Christine Long had two goals apiece.

The Cougars rallied from a 10-6 halftime deficit to earn the win and improve to 5-1. Mendham drops to 4-3.

Roxbury 17, Morris Knolls 7

Chelsea Artigliere had five goals and two assists. Emma Karnitsky fired a hat trick, Emily Koepfler had two goals and three assists and Mia Sadowski had two goals and two assists.

Montclair 20, Kinnelon 7

Talia Price and Victoria Bobinski scored two goals each for the Colts (1-5).

Sparta 13, Morris Catholic 10

Haley Driscoll scored four goals and Lexi Finn had three goals and two assists for the Crusaders (2-5).

Randolph 16, Jefferson 8

Taralyn Naslonski scored six times for the Rams (5-2). Kelly McGinniss scored four goals and Natalie Panvini added a pair of goals for Randolph. Kendra Nolan, Brianne Sekula and Jenna Prezwodek scored two goals each for the Falcons.

Mount Olive 10, Pope John 8

The Marauders are unbeaten at 5-0. Sarah McEvoy had four goals and an assist and Claire Callaghan scored four times for Mount Olive.

Pequannock 9, Montville 5

The Golden Panthers led 5-1 at the break. Danielle Musto and Arden Kassaleh notched hat tricks for Pequannock. Claudia Trionfo and Zoe Tabakin scored two goals each for the Mustangs.

Union Catholic 12, Park Regional 5

Amanda Hoberman scored two goals for winless Park.

Governor Livingston 16, Boonton 5

The Bombers fall to 0-5.

Morris Hills 16, Passaic Valley 5

Kyleigh Miller scored six goals and Shaye Clark fired a hat trick for the Scarlet Knights. Morris Hills took control early and forged a 9-3 halftime edge.

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

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