Mo-Beard boys stay unbeaten; Randolph, Mount Olive win

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Teddy Hatfield had seven goals and four assists to lift Morristown-Beard to a 17-6 triumph over Madison in boys lacrosse action on Thursday. The win lifts the unbeaten Crimson to 8-0. Thomas Rago and Chris Glancy added hat tricks for Morristown-Beard and goalie Matt Sefcik stopped 13 shots.

Morristown-Beard led 6-0 at the end of the first quarter and never looked back.

Randolph 9, Montville 8, OT

Max Pinilis scored four goals including the overtime game winner and Matt Potter, Jake Southren scored two goals apiece for the Rams (4-5). Brendan Kelly fired a hat trick and Alec Lewis scored twice for the Mustangs.

Mount Olive 8, Mendham 7

Mark Laratta scored five goals including the fourth-quarter game winner for the Marauders. Alex Maya had a goal and two assists and goalkeeper Kevin Geiger stopped 14 shots for Mount Olive (6-2). Chandler Avallone had two goals and two assists for the Minutemen.

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Teddy Hatfield uncorks one of his seven goals during Morristown-Beard’s win over Madison. (Photo by Mark Kitchin)

Delbarton 11, Chatham 4

Connor Kirst scored four times to power the Green Wave. Delbarton exploded for seven fourth-quarter goals. Keegan Khan fired a hat trick and Michael Rutter scored twice for the Green Wave (6-1). Will Barnett, Matt Coleman and Evan Bernard connected for the Cougars.

Seton Hall Prep 13, West Morris 7

Ryan Pruss fired a hat trick and Cooper Sloan had a goal and three assists for the Wolfpack.

Kinnelon 10, Ramapo 7

The Colts even their mark at 3-3. Travis Rode, Nick Labanca and Eric Hausser notched two goals apiece for Kinnelon. Michael Elefonte added a goal and two assists. Kinnelon got off to a good start with a 3-0 first quarter advantage.

Sparta 14, Morris Hills 7

Gavin Ciccia and Logan Sickles scored two goals each for the Scarlet Knights.

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Morristown-Beard’s Thomas Rago is about to finish another scoring opportunity as Madison goalie Jack Spagnoletti defends. (Photo by Mark Kitchin)

Roxbury 11, Pequannock 5

Paul Shadel and Will Doran notched hat tricks to fuel the Gaels’ victory. David Biank had a goal and three assists and Chris Snow, Matt Dancsecs, Anthony Perhacs and Matt Fiebel added goals for Roxbury. Dan Duffy scored three goals and Bryan Peters and Liam Lilienthal each had a goal and an assist for the Golden Panthers.

Boonton 17, Morris Catholic 8

The Bombers evened their mark at 4-4. Joe Norton had four goals and two assists, Frank Rao scored four goals and Nick Lourick had two goals and four assists. Boonton had a 10-2 advantage at the half. Danny Dunn had a hat trick, Matthew Graziano had two goals and three assists and Justin Douville had two goals and two assists.

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Bradley Finnegan’s ability to win the draw provided plenty of scoring chances for the Crimson. (Photo by Mark Kitchin)

Park Regional 18, Newark East Side 0

Cole Giammonco and Kevin Goettlich had three goals and three assists to fuel the Park triumph. Christopher Russo earned the shutout on five saves.

Jefferson 9, Kittatinny 3

Peyton Faasse scored three goals and Alex Leming had two goals and two assists for the Falcons.

Gill Brendan, Matt Bush, Peter Chrzanowski and Matthew Kelly also connected for Jefferson (4-5).

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

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