Mt. Lakes, Montville, West Morris girls on winning side

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Natalie LaBeau, Charley Orner and Sarah Bedard all registered hat tricks in Mountain Lakes 13-3 romp over Clearview in girls lacrosse action on Saturday.

Hannah Cronk and Granger Rosati each added a goal and an assist in the win. The Lakers are 4-8 on the season.

Montville 15, Morris Hills 7

Claudia Trionfo had six goals and two assists to pace the Mustangs. Julia LoBasso had four goals and two assists and Zoe Tabakin and Nicole Feaster also had two-goal games. Casey Lyness had two goals and an assist for the Scarlet Knights.

West Morris 18, Randolph 3

Cassidy Orban had three goals and four assists to propel the Wolfpack. Mackenzie Metzler had four goals and Sarah Frankovic had three goals and an assist for West Morris (4-6).

Westfield 10, Mendham 9

Christine Long and Carlye Maita each registered hat tricks and Carrie Speicher had three assists for the Minutemen (6-6).

Friday

Villa Walsh 9, Caldwell 8

The Vikings led early and withstood a late rush by the Chiefs. Mala Stauder had a hat trick and Caroline Hetzel and Annie Collett each scored twice.

Morris Knolls 10, Sparta 9, 2 OT 

Krista Mitarotonda scored three times and notched the game-winning goal in Morris Knolls’ triumph. Kell Huber and Bridget Francisco had two goals each for the Golden Eagles. Lia Mennella added one goal and one assist.

Madison 9, Morristown 7

The Dodgers are 6-4. Catherine Crowley scored four goals and Lauren Taylor scored twice for Madison. Meghan Siverson and Casey O’Brien had two goals apiece for the Colonials.

Morris Catholic 19, Jefferson 6

The Crusaders are 6-7. Haley Driscoll and Lexi Finn each scored six goals. Hannah Driscoll had a hat trick and Rachel Mills had a goal and three assists. Danielle Pickard scored a pair for the Falcons.

Kinnelon 17, Montville 13

Victoria Bobinski had six goals and two assists in the Colts’ triumph. A 9-4 second-half effort provided the difference. Talia Price had four goals and two assists and Ashley Bobinski had a hat trick for Kinnelon (3-8). Claudia Trionfo had four goals and three assists and Julie LoBasso added four goals for the Mustangs.

Verona 15, Pequannock 9

Arden Kassaleh had five goals and one assists for the Golden Panthers (5-6)

St. Elizabeth 13, Boonton 12, OT

Raquel Fajardo connected with eight seconds left in overtime to give the Panthers their first win of the season. Bella Ferriso scored six goals and Julia Darcy had a hat trick for St. Elizabeth.

Lakeland 18, Morristown-Beard 9

Alissa Masini had five goals for the winless Crimson.

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

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