Mendham boys, Kinnelon girls prevail

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Drew Robshaw and Jack Anderson fired hat tricks to lift Mendham to a 6-5 win over Roxbury in boys lacrosse action on Saturday.

Max Scheidel stopped 16 shots for Mendham which led 5-3 going into the final period. Dave Biank and Matt Dancsecs had two goals each for the Gaels.

Boonton 13, Parsippany Hills 2

Austin Van Zant had two goals and two assists to pace the Bombers. Ted Betsy, Ryan Lourick, Conor Sikora and James Jacobson scored two goals each for Boonton. Steve Krolian scored twice for the Vikings.

Cranford 17, Park Regional 4

Park drops to 12-2 on the season.

Pequannock 12, Verona 4

Dan Duffy scored four goals to spark the Golden Panthers. Matt Gallo and Liam Lilienthal added hat tricks for Pequannock.

Sparta 17, Randolph 5

The Rams drop to 9-7.

girls lacrosse. Jake Southren scored a pair of goals for Randolph.

Girls Lacrosse

Kinnelon 14, Montville 10

Ashley Bobinski scored five goals and Katie Bonanno and Jamie Lewit had hat tricks to the Colts. Claudia Trionfo scored six goals and Nicole Feaster had a hat trick for the Mustangs.

Governor Livingston 12, Morris Hills 5

Sarah Walsh scored twice to pace the Scarlet Knights (10-4).

Sparta 21, Morris Knolls 9

Lia Mennella had three goals and two assists to fuel the Golden Eagles.

Morris Catholic 17, Jefferson 5

Haley Driscoll had eight goals and three assists to pace the Crusaders. Taylor Skawinski added a hat trick and Hanna Driscoll and Rache Mills had two goals each for Morris Catholic. Kendra Nolan, Megan Smith, Brianne Sekula, Kelly Engelhardt and Jenna Prezwodek had goals for the Falcons.

St. Elizabeth 16, South Plainfield 12

Bella Ferriso scored seven times including her 100th career goal for the Panthers.

Mia Ferriso added five goals and Elizabeth Kilgore had three goals and two assists for St. Elizabeth.

Randolph 18, Roxbury 11

Taralyn Naslonski had seven goals and five assists to spark the Rams. Romana Hladky had four goals and two assists and Natalie Panvini, Brynn Fantuzzi and Jillian Fantuzzi netted two goals each. Emily Karnitsky scored four times for the Gaels.

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About mcvbb

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

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