Junior attack Chelsea Artigliere scored the game-winner in overtime to lead the Roxbury girls lacrosse team over Caldwell 11-10 on Tuesday. It was the 100th victory for the Roxbury program.
Artigliere finished with a hat trick and one assist for the Gaels (5-2). Freshman attack Emma Karnitsky had five goals and two assists. Junior midfielder Emily Koepfler scored twice.
Villa Walsh 17, Kinnelon 10: Junior attack Victoria Esposito and senior attack Caroline Hetzel each scored four goals for the Vikings (3-3). Senior midfielder Katie Kelly had a hat trick and senior attack Katie Mulcahy had two goals and two assists. For the Colts (1-6), junior midfielder Ashley Bobinski scored five goals and senior midfielder Talia Price scored four goals.
Verona 13, Morristown 12: Freshman midfielder Callie Sundin led the Colonials (4-4) with a hat trick and two assists. Senior midfielder Allie Ferrara had two goals and four assists. Senior attack Caroline Hersh and freshman midfielder Annika Begley each had two goals and one assist.
Sparta 17, Madison 15: Senior attack Mackenzie Maguire led the Spartans (6-1) with five goals. Senior attack Taryn Penna had a hat trick and one assist. Sophomore attack Jackie Hallack had a hat trick and senior attack Julia Silvestri scored twice. For the Dodgers (3-4), junior midfielder Kaitlyn DaSilva, junior attack Kaitlyn Hanley and senior attack Laney Rutland all had a hat trick.
Morris Knolls 11, Clifton 10 OT: Junior attack Andrew Yenesel scored the game-winner on an assist from sophomore attack Shane Dougherty for the Golden Eagles (5-2). Dougherty finished with two goals and three assists while Yenesel had four goals and two assists. Senior attack Reed Pelliconi had a hat trick and two assists.
Mount Olive 13, Warren Hills 2: Senior attack Mark Laratta led the Marauders (5-2) with six goals and two assists. Junior attack Alex Maya had two goals and three assists. Senior midfielder Nick Karle scored twice. Junior goalie Kevin Geiger made 10 saves.
Mountain Lakes 8, Northern Highlands 2: Junior attack Ryan Frawley led the Lakers (6-1) with a hat trick. Senior midfielder Will Ratchford scored twice. Senior attack Brad Smith had a goal and three assists. Senior goalie Kevin Beimfohr made 13 saves.
Morris Catholic 13, Newark East Side 0: Senior Dan Dunn and sophomore Matt Graziano each had a hat trick and three assists for the Crusaders (4-3). Senior Justin Douville had two goals and one assist. Senior goalie Jack Schmidt made four saves for the shutout.
Seton Hall Prep 10, Chatham 9: Senior attack Will Barnett led the Cougars (2-5) with a hat trick and two assists. Austin Pierce had two goals and one assist.
Sparta 11, Pequannock 5: Senior midfielder Lucas Faria scored four goals for the Spartans (5-1). Senior midfielder Skyler Francisco had a hat trick and two assists. Freshman midfielder Russell Eberding went 11-of-16 on faceoffs. Junior attack Dan Duffy had two goals and one assist for the Panthers (2-4). Senior midfielder Hunter Soden scored twice and junior attack Liam Lilienthal had one goal and three assists.
Westfield 8, West Morris 4: Junior midfielders Kyle Skurchak and Cooper Sloan each scored twice for the Wolfpack (2-5). Junior midfielder Ryan Pruss had an assist.
Vernon 14, Jefferson 2: Charlie Mills led the Vikings (5-2) with five goals. Senior James Freeman had a hat trick and two assists. Junior Brandon Blankman had two goals and four assists and Jayce Faustini had a hat trick. Senior goalie Anthony Musciotto made 16 saves. For the Falcons (3-5), senior attack Matt Bush and senior midfielder Patrik Harsanyi scored.
Summit 12, Mendham 1: Chandler Avallone scored for the Minutemen (1-5).
Pope John 16, Boonton 4: Sophomore midfielder Connor McCoy led the Lions (3-5) with six goals and five assists. Senior attack Connor Klein had four goals and three assists. Sophomore attack Austin Van Zant scored twice for the Bombers (3-4).
Park Regional 20, Union City 0: Kevin Goettlich and Cole Giammanco each had a hat trick and three assists to lead Park (4-2). Joe Jannicelli scored four goals. Goalie Chris Russo made five saves and had an assist.
Hanover Park 7, Chatham 6: Donato Casolaro finished 2-for-2 with two doubles, two runs scored and an RBI for the Hornets (5-2-1). Austin Harquail scored twice. Cameron Blazoski had a home run, three RBI and a run scored for the Cougars (0-6). Chris Bredahl scored twice.
Morris Catholic 10, Morris Knolls 5: Justin Johannessen had a double and three RBI for the Crusaders (5-2). Derek Romberg had a triple and scored twice. Vinny Carlesi finished 2-for-3 and had two RBI. For the Golden Eagles (3-4), Chris Rupp had a home run, one RBI and one run scored. Christian Fuentes had a double and one RBI.
Jefferson 15, Montville 13: Vince Montone had a home run, a double, three RBI and two runs scored for the Falcons (6-3). Sean Perry had a home run and two RBI. Brandon Magnotta had three RBI and scored twice. For the Mustangs (6-1), Matt Tsukroff went 4-for-4 with a grand slam.
Hopatcong 12, Sussex Tech 0 (5): Sophomore Christian Ammiano pitched a two-hit shutout and struck out six for the Chiefs (2-3). Anthony Melillo finished 4-for-4 with two runs scored and two stolen bases. Brandon Vanderhoof had a home run and three RBI. For the Mustangs (5-4), Ralph Angolemmo went 2-for-2 with a stolen base.
Jefferson 9, Newton 0: Freshman Alexa Pettit picked up her third win of the season for the Falcons (7-1) after she threw a three-hit shutout and struck out 12. Freshman Katie DeBell had three RBI. Junior Dianna Gatto had a double, two RBI and scored a run. Sophomore Clare Bohn went 3-for-4 with a double and two runs scored. Jacqueline Gore finished 2-for-3 for the Braves (2-3).
Kinnelon 6, Morristown 3: Junior Marissa Jacobia had double, three RBI and scored a run for the Colts (1-3). Freshman Samantha Schwed had double and two RBI. Haley Angelica scored three runs. For the Colonials (6-2), junior Lauren Champi scored twice and senior Nicole Rhoades finished 3-for-4 with an RBI.
Morris Tech 13, Dover 8: Sophomore Danielle Fralley finished 4-for-4 with three doubles, three RBI and two runs scored for the Devils (3-0). Senior Kim Kostrowski had a double, two RBI and two runs scored. Sophomore Taylor Rondanini scored three runs.
Roxbury 5, Boonton 0: Singles: Masila Mbithi (R) def. Jaspreet Kalsi 6-0, 6-0; Martin Daskalov (R) def. Shakib Momen 6-1, 6-1; Mihir Shah (R) def. Joseph Cheff 6-2, 6-2; Doubles: Michael Canizaro and Elliott Matthiesen (R) def. Steve Sanfilipo and Erik Schneider 6-0, 6-1; Ryan Tom and Josh Wendt (R) def. Maximillian Ludwig and Erik Schneider 6-1, 6-1. Records: Roxbury 2-1, Boonton 0-3.
Parsippany 3, Morris Hills 2: Singles: Omar Bokari (P) def. Harry Wang 6-2, 6-1; Luca Cacciottolo (P) def. Alex King 7-5, 6-3; Scott Kelly (MH) def. Jay Dhaduk 6-4, 6-3; Doubles: Jacob Marogi and Teddy Wang (MH) def. Christopher Tang and Mark Hoeltge 7-5, 6-3; Pavlo Buskol and Dan Golding (P) def. Neil Joshi and Jinfay Yuan 6-1, 6-4. Records: Parsippany 2-1, Morris Hills 0-3.
Chatham 4, Morristown 1: Singles: Yanik Parsch (C) def. Karel Raska 6-0, 6-0; Harrison Tognola (C) def. Rishi Agarwal 6-3, 4-6, 0-0 (10-7); Zane Goldberg (M) def. Will Nacht 6-2, 1-6, 0-0 (10-3); Doubles: Paul Ivans and Charles LaMantia (C) def. R.J. Meyer and Will Aguago 6-0, 6-1; Riley Feher and Sam Ortoloni (C) def. Chris Lofrumento and Bailey Wild 6-2, 6-1. Records: Chatham 2-2, Morristown 1-4.
Vernon 2, Pope John 0 (25-16, 25-18): Vernon (2-2): Chris Ploch 12 kills, 4 digs, ace; Logan Costello 10 kills, 4 digs, ace; Tim Ploch block, 5 digs, 2 aces; Pope John (2-3): Jon Figiel 17 digs; Zachary Lawrence 2 kills, 3 blocks, dig; Donato Salisbury 2 blocks, ace, dig; Andrew Ward 5 kills, 3 blocks.
Kinnelon 176, Morris Catholic 216: Kinnelon (2-0): Joe Burns 41, Francesca Bello 44, Richie Neufield 45, Thomas Johnson 46, Matt Subliskey 53, Anthony DePalma 53; Morris Catholic (0-7): Brady Hishmeh 52, Evan Wolz 53, Matthew Haynie 54, Nick Firestone 57, Robert Rosetto 57, Lucas Settineri 58. Course: Berkshire Valley.
Madison 167, Butler 220: Madison (4-0): Lucas Artigliere 39, Alex Schraft 41, John Kerr 43, Chris Farrell 44; Butler (0-2): Kevin Rooney 40, Ryan Haggarty 59, Phil Thomas 60, Kevin Caputo 66. Course: Sunset Valley.
Hackettstown 176, Jefferson 183: Hackettstown (1-1): Sevian Frangipane 40, Josh Thomas 41, Nick Dudas 47, Dan Ash 48; Jefferson (6-2): Derek Novak 40, Jeff Barrecchia 44, Bob Larson 47, Ryan McBride 52. Course: Bowling Green.
Pope John 171, Mount Olive 191: Pope John (3-1): Cameron Link 37, Zach Bernstein 42, Guiseppe Ippolito 43, Liam Scully 49, Chris Rovastos 53, Donald Somma 59. Course: Newton Country Club.