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Boonton blanks Butler

Goals by Michelle Tolochko and Kasey Thomas highlighted Boonton's 2-0 victory over Butler on Thursday, Oct. 22.

Thomas also had an assist for Boonton (7-7-3).

The Bulldogs' Erin McFall had seven saves.

Lenape Valley 2, Jefferson 1

Lenape Valley, sparked by goals from juniors Bailey Connery and Kristen Rafferty, defeated the Falcons on Thursday, Oct. 22

Connery's goal, assisted by Rafferty, proved to be the gamewinner.

Jefferson's goal came off the stick of Olivia Lisa.

Newton 1, Wallkill Valley 1 (OT)

Jordan Coiro's second-half goal enabled the Braves (14-1-2) to attain a tie in action on Thursday, Oct. 22.

Emily Weiss assisted on Newton's score. Braves goalie Katie O'Brien turned back four shots.

Morgan Carr knocked in a first-half goal for the Rangers (8-8-3).

Whippany Park 2, St. Elizabeth 1

A pair of goals by Arianna Marino propelled the Wildcats on Thursday, Oct. 22.

Marissa Ashton and Alexa Marzullo had assists for the winners.

Katherine Kilgore scored for St. Elizabeth.

Morristown 2, Chatham 1

Junior midfielder Marlena Fahmy scored her third goal in two games, snapping a 1-1 deadlock and boosting Morristown to a 2-1 win over Chatham on Wednesday, Oct. 21.

Morristown (11-6) also received a goal from Olivia Graham. Jess Barry put in the Cougars' goal.

Bella Vega had six saves for the Colonials while Emily Buckman turned away 14 shots for Chatham.

Mendham 2, Montville 1

The Minutemen scored twice in the first half, getting scores from Catie Bierals and Tara Litjens when they defeated Montville on Wednesday, Oct. 21.

Ally Chapis and Sam DiMaio had assists for Mendham (15-2).

Jenn Jasterzbski had the lone goal for Montville. Jasterzbski also scored in the opening half.

Mount Olive 5, Pope John 0

Kira Steinmark, Gina Verrone, Rachel Jeska, Frankie Pignataro and Annalee Smith knocked in goals to propel the Marauders (11-5) on Wednesday, Oct. 21.

Verrone added two assists for Mount Olive, which took a 2-0 lead in the first half.

Erin Callahan finished with 20 saves for the Lions.

Morristown-Beard 5, Newark Academy 0

The Crimson, fueled by Jaime Sheppard's two goals, blanked the Minutemen in the opening round of the Prep B Tournament on Wednesday, Oct. 21.

Bella Cuomo, Alissa Masini and Victoria Palazzetti added a goal apiece for Morristown-Beard, now 13-5.

Cuomo was on the assist side of three scoring plays.

Newton 5, Blair Academy 4 (OT)

Olivia Weiss recorded a hat trick to send the Braves past Blair Academy on Tuesday, Oct. 20.

One of Weiss' goals proved to be the gamewinner, coming with 3:28 left in overtime.

Additional goals for Newton (14-1-1) came off the sticks of Kate Barbato and Natalie Rivas.

Parsippany 3, Butler 0

Lilian Tran fired in two goals when the Red Hawks blanked Butler on Tuesday, Oct. 20.

Rachel Wang also scored for Parsippany, which moved its record to 7-8.

Assists were by Olivia Bucciarielli and Julianna Davanzo.

Morristown-Beard 6, St. Elizabeth 0

Alissa Masini had a pair of goals and Sam Chanzit, Lauren Conway, Bella Cuomo and Victoria Palazzetti also converted for Morristown-Beard on Tuesday, Oct. 20.

Carli Tyson had six saves for the Panthers.

Crimson goalie Devin Blanchard needed to make only one save for the shutout in goal. 

Montville 2, Pequannock 1

Goals by Rachel McHale and Emilee Vizzuso spurred Montville to victory over Pequannock on Monday, Oct. 19.

Jenn Jasterzbski and Kellie Vizzuso had assists for Montville.

Lexi Toback had the goal for Pequannock (7-5-3), connecting off a pass from Kate Weidmann. Sarah Karback had 16 saves for the Mustangs (11-2-1).

High Point 2, Kittatinny 1

The Wildcats, behind second-half goals by Melissa Way and Kayla Hollaran, triumphed for the fourth time in five games when it beat Kittatinny on Monday, Oct. 19.

Kelsey Little had an assist for High Point (6-10). Brittany McKenna notched nine saves in goal.

The Cougars' goal came off the stick of Holly Reznik.

Morristown 2, Wallkill Valley 1

The Colonials received two goals from Marlena Fahmy and sent their record to 10-6 on Monday, Oct. 19.

Assists for Morristown were by Olivia Graham, Callie Sundin and Charlotte Duff.

Morgan Carr had the goal for the Rangers, scoring off a pass from Fiona Blake.

Randolph 4, West Morris 1

TT Naslonski struck for two goals and set up another to power the Rams on Monday, Oct. 19.

Erin Corrigan also had a pair of goals for Randolph (12-4-1).

Jackie Drzewinski had the goal for the Wolfpack (7-5-1).

Morristown-Beard 2, High Point 1

Jaime Sheppard's goal with no time left on the clock boosted the Crimson on Saturday, Oct. 17.

Sheppard converted off a corner after a pass from Sam Chanzit. Alissa Masini scored a first-half goal for Morristown-Beard, now 10-5.

Kayla Halloran put in High Point's goal.

Chatham 5, Mountain Lakes 0

Caroline Paulson had a pair of goals for the Cougars when they blanked the Lakers on Saturday, Oct. 17.

Chatham (6-6-2) also received goals from Jess Barry, Noelle Besette and Ellie Walker.

Emily Buckman had a 20-save effort in goal for the Cougars.

Boonton 1, Pequannock 1

Adriana Dika's goal in the second half enabled the Bombers to tie Pequannock on Friday, Oct. 16.

Mackenzie Hascup assisted on Boonton's goal. For Pequannock, Emiliana Hokr scored.

Sarah Larsen ended with 10 saves for the Bombers (6-7-3). Kaitlyn Natoli also had 10 saves for the Golden Panthers.

High Point 2, Jefferson 1

Kelsey Little scored 1:30 into overtime, lifting High Point over Jefferson on Thursday, Oct. 15.

Kayla Halloran had the assist for the Wildcats, now 5-9. Halloran opened the scoring for High Point, converting 8:11 before halftime. Jefferson (6-8-1) answered back with 2:46 left in the first half with a goal by Alex Gutwill.

Jefferson goalie Meghan Mulhearn had 23 saves. High Point outshot the Falcons, 29-11. 

Morristown-Beard 1, Mount Olive 0

A second-half goal by Jaime Sheppard was the difference when Morristown-Beard nipped Mount Olive on Tuesday, Oct. 13.

Alissa Masini assisted on the game's lone goal.

Marauders goalie Anna Murray made four saves. The Crimson improved to 9-4.

Montville 3, Boonton 1

The Mustangs improved to 10-2 behind Rachel McHale's two goals on Tuesday, Oct. 13.

Emilee Vizzuso had Montville's other goal. Jenn Jasterzbski and Emilee and Kellie Vizzuso had assists. Nicole Krozser scored in the first half for the Bombers.

Sarah Karback finished with eight saves for the Mustangs. Boonton goalie Sarah Larsen had seven saves.

Pequannock 4, Whippany Park 2

The Golden Panthers, powered by Emiliana Hokr's two goals, defeated the Wildcats on Tuesday, Oct. 13.

Samantha Murphy and Lexi Toback also had goals for Pequannock.

Gillian Graessle and Jill Hamtil knocked in goals for Whippany Park.

Madison 8, Mountain Lakes 1

Caroline Turnbull, a senior midfielder, notched a hat trick to spur the Lakers on Tuesday, Oct. 13.

Madison's other goals were by Catherine Crowley, Kaitlyn DaSilva, Lauren Taylor, Sage Geyer and Steph Dellavia.

The Dodgers, who held a slim 2-1 edge at the break, scored six times in the second half. Holly Smith scored for the Lakers.

Newton 5, Jefferson 0

Natalie Rivas erupted for three goals to highlight the Braves' shutout victory over the Falcons on Tuesday, Oct. 13.

Brittany Schumann and Kate Barbato added goals for Newton.

Nicole Rizzo set up four goals for the Braves.

Randolph 7, Morris Knolls 1

TT Naslonski scored twice and set up two other goals to lead the Rams on Monday, Oct. 12.

Kasey Earle and Erin Corrigan chipped in with two goals apiece. Jillian Tucker also converted for the Rams (10-3-1).

Morris Knolls' goal came off the stick of Danni Caby.

Mount Olive 1, Sparta 0

Kira Steinmark's first-half score held up, propelrrling the Marauders on Monday, Oct. 12.

Anna Murray earned the shutout in goal with a four-save effort.

Mount Olive sent its record to 8-4.

Masini's goals pace Mo-Beard
Nardone, Mendham blank Wolfpack