Mt. Lakes, Delbarton advance to MCT finals


Ryan Frawley fired a hat trick and Cade Siddron and Chris Boyhan scored two goals each to lift Mountain Lakes to an 8-6 triumph over Chatham in the semifinal round of the Morris County Tournament held at Jefferson Township High School on Saturday.

Brendan Monteleone added a goal and Trevor Benedetto had three assists for the second-seeded Lakers.

Mountain Lakes advances to play Delbarton in the final scheduled for Tuesday at FDU-Madison.

Austin Pierce and Connor Byrd scored two goals apiece for the third-seeded Cougars.

Matt Coleman and Ryan Decker also added goals.

The game was tied 4-4 late in the third quarter when Mountain Lakes went on a four-goal burst. Siddron broke the tie with an unassisted goal with 34 seconds left in the third period. Siddron then connected off a pass from Frawley at the 11-minute mark of the third quarter. Frawley followed with a pair of goals to give the Lakers an 8-4 advantage with 6:05 left in regulation.

Delbarton 7, West Morris 6

Keeghan Khan fired a hat trick to pace the defending champion Green Wave in a tight MCT semifinal contest against the Wolfpack on the turf in Jefferson.

Michael Rutter and Colin Crowley scored two goals each for Delbarton. The Green Wave led 3-2 at the half and both teams were tied at 5-all going into the final period.

Ryan Pruss scored four goals and Cole Draghi and Cooper Sloan scored a goal apiece for the fourth-seeded Wolfpack.


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

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