Chatham boys help Calandra win his 200th

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Nate Carson and Austin Pierce fired hat tricks to lift Chatham to a 14-8 triumph over Princeton Day in boys lacrosse action on Monday.

Will Barnett added two goals and three assists. Chatham pulled away with a 7-goal third-quarter to take a 12-7 lead going into the final period. The triumph was also the 200th victory for Cougars varsity coach Tony Calandra. Calandra has a combined 200-101 mark at Chatham and Clark.

Randolph 12, Lenape Valley 9

The Rams are 6-5. Luc Swedlund had four goals and one assist and Max Pinilis and Matt Potter added two goals apiece for Randolph. A 4-2 fourth-quarter effort helped the Rams pull away.

Sparta 14, Montville 6

Graham Jesperson and Brendan Kelly scored two goals each for the Mustangs (2-10). A six-goal third quarter for the Spartans provided the difference.

Morristown 7, Pope John 4

The win lifts the Colonials to 4-5 on the season.

Jefferson 11, Governor Livingston 6

Matt Bush’s hat trick paced the Falcons. Peter Chrzanowski, Peyton Faasse and Rozmus Trevor scored two goals each for Jefferson (6-5).

Morris Hills 16, Morris Catholic 11

The Scarlet Knights are 4-6. Jack Binkoski had five goals and two assists and Zach Berkowitz and Logan Sickles had two goals and two assists each for Morris Hills. Mike Dietrich and James Costanzo also had two-goal games. The Scarlet Knights led 8-6 at the half. Danny Dunn had five goals and Carl Wendt had two goals and two assists for the Crusaders.

Roxbury 9, Morris Knolls 6

Chris Snow’s four goal performance sparked the Gaels against their rivals. David Biank scored twice and Paul Shadel dished assists for Roxbury. The Gaels also received eight saves from goalie Luke Rowe. Andrew Yenesel and Reed Pelliconi scored two goals each and Shane Dougherty had a goal and three assists for Morris Knolls.

Girls Lacrosse

Morristown 12, Morris Catholic 9

Casey O’Brien had four goals and two assists to lift the Colonials. Meghan Siverson and Annika Begley fired a hat tricks and Maddy Heher scored twice for Morristown. Rachel Mills had four goals and an assist for the Crusaders.

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

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