Bak puts Panthers over the top

Bak puts Panthers over the top

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Bak puts Panthers over the top

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LeAnn Bak recorded a hat trick and three others chipped in with two goals apiece for Bridgewater-Raritan in an 11-8 girls lacrosse victory over South Brunswick on Monday.

Dayle Paustian, Tracey Rusen and Rachel Yaney each scored twice for the Panthers (2-11). Caroline Hvozdovic picked up three goals for South Brunswick (9-2).

Somerville 21, Mount St. Mary 10: Dakota Pastore clicked for seven goals and two assists and sister Kyanna Pastore added four goals and three assists to lead Somerville (9-2). Tori Lieb also chipped in with four goals and three assists for the Pioneers. Tess Clarkin and Chaselyn Palumbo connnected on hat tricks for Mount St. Mary (2-8).

Delaware Valley 17, Immaculata 4: Joanna Keller, Caroline and Kristen Vath all scored four times to lift Delaware Valley (10-3). Keller added two assists, Caroline Vath chipped in three and Kristen Vath led the way with four assists. Kelsey Graham, Colleen Hannan, Sojourner Mineo and Jenna Naples collected Immaculata’s (2-9) goals.

Governor Livingston 14, High Point 9: Erica Frezza and Julia Martin both scored four goals and Ryan Shepherd had a hat trick for Governor Livingston (1-12).

Mount St. Dominic 19, Scotch Plains-Fanwood 10: Haley Regan scored three goals and added two assists to lead Scotch Plains-Fanwood (5-8). Annie Canone and Andrea McNeely each scored twice for the Raiders.

Newark Academy 15, Rutgers Prep 12: Liz Mulvey netted seven goals, Julia Lombardo collected a hat trick and Maria Thellmann scored twice, but Rutgers Prep (2-6) fell in the quarterfinals of the Prep Tournament.

New Providence 16, North Warren 6: Dominque Iacovelli registered a hat trick and added three assists as New Providence (7-3) cruised. Jillian Balog, Emily Molstad and Nicole Sanczyk each scored twice for the Pioneers.

In boys lacrosse

Rutgers Prep 16, Immaculata 10: Donald Stephan scored five goals and added an assist to go over 200 career points for Rutgers Prep (11-1). Evan Lombardo also scored five times for the Argonauts. Immaculata dropped to 8-5.

Hillsborough 14, Mount Olive 6: Thomas Davies picked up a hat trick and added three assists to lead Hillsborough (6-6). Conor Fitzgerald added a hat trick for the Raiders, which had nine different players score at least one goal.

Westfield 10, Seton Hall Prep 7: Nick Arnold, Jack Colwell, Jack Flaherty and Dane Huber each scored twice to lead Westfield (7-3).

Bernards 12, Cranford 7: Devin Ray picked up a hat trick and added three assists and Griffin Connor also picked up a hat trick for Bernards (11-2). Robert Schaufler dished out four assists for the Mountaineers.

Montgomery 21, Toms River East 7: Josh Reinson scored a game-high six goals and added two assists, Owen Tollefson scored twice and chipped in six assists and Montgomery (6-6) cruised. Jon Gulardo picked up four goals and eight Cougars scored at least once.

Shore 5, North Hunterdon 4: Callen Hogrebe and Chance Weinberg each scored twice for North Hunterdon (3-10).

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