Unbeaten Madison boys rally to win

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Ryan Schmitz had four goals and one assist to lift Madison to a 10-9 win over Mendham in boys lacrosse action on Thursday. Jason Cox and Will Anton notched two goals each for the Dodgers (6-0).

Quinn Cembrinski and Kevin Sansone had hat tricks for the Minutemen.

Madison rallied from a 6-3 halftime deficit to earn the win.

Seton Hall Prep 8, Delbarton 7

The Green Wave falls to 4-1. Casey Shoemaker fires a hat trick and Matt Campbell, Michael Long, Garrett Samuelson and Tom Schilling added goals for Delbarton.

Randolph 8, Pope John 7, 2OT

Max Pinilis scored twice including the game-winning goal in double overtime.

Luc Swedlund notched four goals and Matt Holland scored twice for the Rams 4-2

Morristown 11, Morristown-Beard 8

The Colonials led 5-3 at the half and slowly pulled away. The win lifts Morristown to 4-3.

Mount Olive 11, Montville 6

David Baraniuk had four goals and two assists to pace the Marauders. Jackson Tilves had three goals and three assists and Tyler McCreery had two goals and two assists for Mount Olive. Jake Garb scored twice for the Mustangs.

Gill St. Bernards 14, Parsippany 7

Ryley Foley and Patrick Lanigan fired hat tricks for the Red Hawks.

Boonton 16, Parsippany Hills 4

Ryan Lourick had four goals and two assists, Austin Van Zant had four goals and Zach Esker had three goals and five assists for the Bombers. Ben Walek had a goal and two assists for the Vikings.

Jefferson 13, Phillipsburg 6

The Falcons are 6-1. Ian Prezwodek scored six times and Matt Cappielo had four goals for Jefferson.

Westfield 15, West Morris 9

Cole Draghi netted a hat trick and Jake Ligos scored twice for the Wolfpack.

Morris Hills 9, Pequannock 6

Patrick McAndrew had five goals and two assists and Evan Turner had three goals for the Scarlet Knights. Matt Unger had a hat trick for the Golden Panthers.

Roxbury 14, Morris Knolls 7

Paul Shadel, Dave Biank, Eric D’Arminio and Matt Dancsecs all had hat tricks for the Gaels.

Chatham 14, West Essex 0

Mac Bredahl had four goals and three assists and Max Schelling scored twice for the Cougars. Ten players in all scored for Chatham.

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

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