Roundup: Trio leads Madison over Roxbury

Roundup: Trio leads Madison over Roxbury

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Roundup: Trio leads Madison over Roxbury

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Madison's Catherine Crowley (left) and Molly Fisher flank Chatham’s Bridget Ballard as she heads to the goal.

Madison’s Catherine Crowley (left) and Molly Fisher flank Chatham’s Bridget Ballard as she heads to the goal.

The Madison girls lacrosse team had three players combine for six goals in a 12-8 victory over Roxbury on Wednesday.

Senior attack McKenzie Rambusch, sophomore midfielder Catherine Crowley and junior midfielder Kaitlyn DaSilva each had a hat trick for the Dodgers (3-2). Junior attack Chelsea Artigliere led the Gaels (3-2) with a hat trick and junior attack Emily Koepfler scored twice.

Pequannock 8, Morris Knolls 6: Senior midfielder Danielle Musto had four goals for the Panthers (3-4). Junior midfielder Lauren Burklow had one goal and one assist. For the Golden Eagles (2-2), sophomore midfielder Krista Mitarotonda had a hat trick and junior midfielder Bridget Francisco scored twice.

Indian Hills 5, Morris Catholic 4: Sophomore midfielder Hannah Driscoll and sophomore attack Angela Ryerson each had one goal and one assist for the Crusaders (2-4). Junior midfielder Rachel Mills and freshman attack Taylor Skawinski also scored.

Summit 14, Chatham 6: Junior midfielder Bridget Ballard had one goal and two assists for the Cougars (4-1). Senior midfielder Maggie O’Neill had one goal and one assist.

Sparta 21, Columbia 11: Senior attacks Taryn Penna and Mackenzie Maguire each had four goals and four assists to lead the Spartans (4-1). Junior attack Alex Curran scored five goals. Senior attack Julia Silvestri had two goals and two assists.

Boys Lacrosse

Morris Knolls 10, Morris Hills 4: Sophomore attack Shane Dougherty and senior midfielders Matt Mitarotonda and Sean Lorenz all scored twice for the Golden Eagles (4-1). Junior attack Andrew Yenesel had one goal and four assists. Senior attack Zach Berkowitz scored twice for the Scarlet Knights (2-4).

Westfield 14, Chatham 7: Sophomore attack Thomas Berger led the Cougars (2-4) with two goals and one assist. Matt Coleman scored twice and senior midfielder Evan Bernard had one goal and three assists.

Morristown-Beard 17, Morristown 8: Senior attacks Teddy Hatfield and Thomas Rago and senior midfielder John McDonald led the Crimson (6-0) with four goals and two assists apiece. Goalie Matt Sefcik made 15 saves. For the Colonials (3-2), junior midfielder Brad Greik had a hat trick. Senior attack Dan Delargy and Noah Suskin each scored twice.

Roxbury 9, Jefferson 2: Sophomore attack Dave Biank led the Gaels (4-1) with a hat trick and three assists. Senior attack Chris Snow had two goals and one assist. Goalies Luke Rowe and Colin Armstrong combined for six saves. For the Falcons (2-4), senior midfielder Peyton Faasse had one goal, one assist and 10 ground balls. Senior attack Peter Chrzanowski also scored.

Morris Catholic 15, Union City 2: Senior Dan Dunn had six goals and two assists to lead the Crusaders (3-3). Sophomore Matt Graziano had four goals and three assists. Sophomore Carl Wendt chipped in a hat trick and two assists. Senior goalie Jack Schmidt made six saves.

Sparta 11, Randolph 8: Senior attack Zach Eberding had two goals and two assists for the Spartans (3-1). Senior midfielder Skyler Francisco had two goals and one assist. Junior attack Jake Southren had four goals for the Rams (2-4).

Delbarton 13, Seton Hall Prep 9: Senior attack Ryan Onderdonk scored four goals as the Green Wave improved to 5-0. Senior midfielders Reed Shaffer and Andrew Ford each had a hat trick. Senior attack Emmet Cordrey and senior midfielder TJ Comizio each had three assists.

West Essex 6, Mendham 4: Drew Robshaw and Chandler Avallone each scored twice for the Minutemen (0-4).

Boonton 10, West Orange 5: Senior midfielder Joe Norton led the Bombers (3-2) with four goals and one assist. Sophomore attack Frank Rao had two goals and one assist. Senior goalie Erik Hansen made 12 saves.

North Warren 10, Lenape Valley 2: Junior midfielder James Strout and senior midfielder Ryland LePage each had a hat trick for the Patriots (3-1). Senior midfielder Luke Robertson had two goals, four assists and 10 ground balls. Dan Mejorado scored twice for Lenape Valley (2-2).

St. Peter’s Prep 9, Pope John 5: Sophomore midfielder Edward May and senior attack Jack Sember each had two goals and one assist for the Lions (2-4).

Softball

Pope John 15, Parsippany Hills 2: Kaylee Powers finished 4-for-5 with a triple and two runs scored for the Lions (3-0). Pitcher Gabby Bubba struck out six in five innings. For the Vikings (1-2), Brittney Stark had a home run and two RBI.

Baseball

Jefferson 5, Newton 4: Chris Fecko had the game-winning RBI and Donovan Stallworth scored the winning run in the seventh inning for the Falcons (2-3). Sean Perry went 3-for-4 with a a home run. For the Braves (1-2), Jon Bernotas had a double and hit the game-tying single in the seventh. Nick Grant had two RBI.

Somerset Tech 8, Morris Tech 7: Dave O’Sullivan scored twice for the Devils (1-2). Matt Marletta scored a run and had a stolen base. Ethan Foskey had two RBI.

Girls Track and Field

Madison 87, Villa Walsh 38

Hanover Park 82, Madison 54

Hanover Park 101, Villa Walsh 28

100: 1. Chino Anukwuem (HP) 13.1; 2. Riley Hegan (HP) 13.4; 3. Grace Penders (VW) 13.7; 200: 1. Katie Lazur (HP) 27.6; 2. Riley Hegan (HP) 27.9; 3. Trish M. (VW) 29.1; 400: 1. Rose Ciriello (Mad) 1:03.6; 2. Riley Hegan (HP) 1:07.8; 3. Natalie Domanski (HP) 1:11.7; 800: 1. Sam Nash (HP) 2:51.4; 2. Elyse Harris (Mad) 2:52.5; 3. Erin Cahill (HP) 2:54.2; 1600: 1. Caroline Haskins (HP) 6:00.6; 2. Sam Nash (HP) 6:21.7; 3. Maria Garcia (HP) 6:26.6; 3200: 1. Caroline Haskins (HP) 12:57; 2. Maria Garcia (HP) 14:02; 3. Meaghan Hanley (Mad) 15:53; 100 hurdles: 1. Grace Penders (VW) 16.8; 2. Katie Lazur (HP) 17.7; Trish Maheras (VW) 18.0; 400 hurdles: 1. Anna Lazur (HP) 1:07.4; 2. Rose Ciriello (Mad) 1:08.7; 3. Katie Lazur (HP) 1:09.5; 4×400: Madison; High jump: 1. Rose Ciriello (Mad) 4-6, 2. Chino Anukwuem (HP) 4-6; 3. Tiffany Tocmacov (Mad) 4-4; Long jump: 1. Grace Penders (VW) 15-7; Oliva Duffy (HP) 14-3.5, Rose Ciriello (Mad) 13-1.5; Triple jump: 1. Grace Penders (VW) 32-7.5, 2. Amanda Hinton (HP) 27-8.5; 3. Tiffany Tocmacov (Mad) 27-6.75; Pole vault: Victoria Agaliotis (HP) 7-0; Shot put: 1. Helene Rowland (Mad) 34-3.75; 2. Helen Andersen (Mad) 31-5.75; 3. Olivia Duffy (HP) 30-1.5; Discus: 1. Helene Rowland (Mad) 99-10; 2. Olivia Duffy (HP) 82-6; 3. Helen Andersen (Mad) 77-4; Javelin: 1. Helene Rowland (Mad) 95-11; 2. Kathryn Bitler (VW) 75-10; Helen Andersen (Mad) 69-1.

Parsippany 74, Morristown Beard 50

Mountain Lakes 85, Parsippany 57

100: Lainie Seijas (ML) 13.2; 200: Haley Sheppell (ML) 28.4; 400: Tami Sheppard (MB) 64.0; 800: Kyra Velock (ML) 2:35.3; 1600: Ally Schlosser (P) 5:24; 3200: Ally Schlosser (P) 11:26; 100 hurdles: Michelle Herrera (P) 17.4; 400 hurdles: Gabby Rachmaciej (P) 70.6; 4×400: Parsippany (G. Rachmaciej, M. Herrera, M. Wisniewski, A. Schlosser) 4:28.7; High jump: Alexa Castellana (ML) 4-6; Long jump: Lainie Seijas (ML) 16-9; Triple jump: Lainie Seijas (ML) 31-9; Shot put: Halia Rosemond (MB) 33-6; Discus: Halia Rosemond (MB) 123-5; Javelin: Kathryn Campbell (P) 112-2.

Boys Track and Field

Madison 77, Hanover Park 62: 100: Noah Edwards (M) 11.6; 200: Logan King (HP) 23.3; 400: Matt Mutone (M) 52.5; 800: Matt Pitts (HP) 2:08; 1600: Connor Riley (M) 4:50; 3200: Noah Buzinkai (M) 11:28; 110 hurdles: Jeff Holm (M) 16.2; 400 hurdles: Jeff Holm (M) 1:02.3; 4×400: Hanover Park 3:44; High jump: Jeff Young (M) 5-8; Long jump: Tom Radomski (HP) 18-11.25; Triple jump: Matt Mutone (M) 36-5.25; Pole vault John Stauropoulos (HP) 10-0; Shot put: Jake Ducey (M) 35-3; Discus: Eric Boccard (HP) 101-5; Javelin: Tom Radomski (HP) 126-3. Team records: Madison 1-0, Hanover Park 0-1.

High Point 92, Jefferson 47: 100: W. Fry (H) 12.5; 200: T. Dowd (J) 25.2; 400: C. Rosner 56.6; 800: J. Dragon (H) 2:12; 1600: J. Dragon (H) 4:12; 3200: J Dragon (H) 10:32; 110 hurdles: T. Dowd (J) 17.4; 400 hurdles: T. Dowd (J) 1:04.7; High jump: DeGroat (H) 5-4; Long jump: Squier (H) 18-1; Triple jump: DeGroat (H) 32-7.75; Pole vault: Rosen(H) 9-6; Shot put: Fedish (H) 37-9; Discus: Vandergriff (H) 96-3; Javelin: W. O-Connor (J) 135-7.

Kittatinny 66, Hopatcong 65: 100: 1. Brendan McNamee (K) 11.0, 2. Mike Dube (K) 11.3, 3. Peter Zabita (H) 11.4; 200: 1. McNamee (K) 23.0, 2. Mike Dube (K) 23.4, 3. Brendan Cohen (K) 23.9; 400: 1. McNamee (K) 52.7, 2. Pablo Lorenzo (H) 54.4, 3. Peter Zabita (H) 54.5; 800: 1. Ian Anderson (K) 2:14 2. Klaudio Gobo (H) 2:16.7, 3. Sean Garland (H) 2:18; 1600: 1. Ian Anderson (K) 4:49.5, 2. Anthony Christiana (H) 4:59., 3.Sean Garland (H) 5:19; 3200: 1. Anderson (K) 11:21, 2. Anthony Christiana (H) 11:35, Danny Shackleton (K) 11:36; 110 hurdles: 1. Lorenzo (K) 16.5, 2. Joe Cerbo (K) 17.4, 3. Brian Garland (H) 18.8; 400 hurdles: 1.Jordan Lorenzo (K) 58.6, 2. T.Olubenga (H) 1:02.1, 3. Brian Garland (H) 1:02.3; 4×400: Kittatinny (Lorenzo, Sikora, Sommer, McNamee) 3:40; High jump: 1. Tobi Olubenga (H) 5-10, 2. Jordan Lorenzo (K) 5-8, 3. Eli Bailey (H) 5-8; Long jump: 1.Tobi Olubenga (H) 18-2, 2. Peter Zabita (H) 17-1, 3. Joe Sommer (K) 16-7; Triple jump: 1.Tobi Olubenga (H) 41-3, 2. Eli Bailey (H) 35-7 1/, 3. Mason Brooks (K) 35-0.

Lenape Valley 74, Sussex Tech 65: 100: Taylor (ST) 11.9; 200: Outland (ST) 25.4; 400: Taylor (ST) 53.6; 800: Wartman (LV) 2:17; 1600: Mulroy (LV) 5:05; 3200: Oscovich (ST) 11:37; 110 hurdles: Wolverton (ST) 18.5; 400 hurdles: Wolverton (ST) 1:04.6; 4×400 Lenape Valley 4:03; High jump: Lamicella (LV) 5-4; Long jump: Taylor (ST) 18-0; Triple jump: Taylor (ST) 40-1; Pole vault: Smaha (LV) 9-0; Shot put: Prior (LV) 42-0; Discus: Connery (LV) 109-0; Javelin: Grega (LV) 125-0.

Randolph 79, Morris Knolls 61

Randolph 113, Parsippany Hills 25

Morris Knolls 113, Parsippany Hills 27

100: Endale Seleshi (R) 11.6, 200: Greg Stickle (R) 22.6, 400: Greg Stickle (R) 49.0, 800: Karl Mulligan (PH) 2:06.8, 1600: Josh Holihan (R) 4:38.3, 3200: Antonio Amaral (R) 10:51, 110 hurdles: Uche White-Thorpe (MK) 15.5, 400 hurdles: Nathan Eluemunor (MK) 59.4, 4×400: Parsippany Hills 3:51; High jump: Connor Logoyda (R) 5-8; Long jump: Greg Stickle (R) 22-8; Triple jump: Jonah Karlovich (MK) 37-11.5; Pole vault: Tyler Simmons (MK) 10-0; Shot put: David Vargas (R) 47-2.5; Discus: David Vargas (R) 124-8; Javelin: Evan Dzietzic (R) 127-7. Team records: Randolph 2-0, Morris Knolls 1-1, Parsippany Hills 0-2.

West Morris 90, Roxbury 45: 100: F.Aidala (WMC) 11.4; 200: M. Werth (WMC) 23.2; 400: G. Pease (WMC) 53.1; 800: D.Brodhead (WMC) 2:07.3; 1600: D. Brodhead (WMC) 4:50.9; 3200: T. Meiner (WMC) 10:57; 110 hurdles: D. Giuliano (Rox) 15.4; 400 hurdles: B.Rizzo (Rox) 59.3; High jump: B. Degen (WMC) 5-4; Long jump: D. Giuliano (Rox) 18-7; Triple jump: B. Rizzo (Rox) 41-3; Pole vault: S.Schumacher (WMC) 8-0; Shot put: G. Weiss (WMC) 40-6.5; Discus: C. Paz (Rox) 102-6.5; Javelin: D. Billing (WMC) 135-11. Team records: West Morris 1-0, Roxbury 0-1.

Golf

Kinnelon 184, Mountain Lakes 200: Kinnelon (1-0): Joe Burns 44, Francesca Bello 46, Richie Neufeld 47, Thomas Johnson 47; Mountain Lakes (0-2): Ryan Thomas 48, Tate Gillie 49, Robert Beirmeister 51, Sean Walsh 52.

North Warren 188, Lenape Valley 215: North Warren (1-0): Mark Bryant 38, Kyle Froisland 48, Gavin Gross 50, Josh Albanese 52; Lenape Valley (0-3): Jerome Beyer 56, Nicholas Ferrer 55, Derek Kuncken 57, Dylan McDonnell 57.

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