Maryann Goodwin, in her 16th season, recorded the 400th victory of her coaching career when Pequannock beat Kinnelon 4-2 on Wednesday, May 11.
Natalie Trautwein had two hits and drove in a run for the Golden Panthers, who did all of their scoring in the second inning. Jonnalyn McClain and Carly Klimek also knocked in runs for Pequannock, which boosted its record to 15-7-1. Juliette Davis rapped out three hits, including a double, for the winners.
Daniella Burnett and Sara Schotanus had RBIs for Kinnelon (11-7).
"Four hundred wins is a lot of games," Goodwin said. "You are only as good as your players and coaches. I have been blessed with outstanding players and tremendous coaches."
Among Goodwin's most notable wins: The 2009 Morris County Tournament final when the Golden Panthers defeated Morris Knolls, 20-9, and the state tournament titles in 2009 and 2012. Making the 2012 championship over Robbinsville more memorable, she said, were Dana Nielsen's 19 strikeouts, all of which were on curveballs.
Mount Olive 9, Vernon 1
Mount Olive, paced by Alyssa Borozan's two hits and three RBIs and Ashley Martino's home run and two RBIs, defeated Vernon on Wednesday, May 11.
Julia Chang added two hits and knocked in a run for the Marauders. Taylor Beck picked up the pitching win with a three-hitter and nine strikeouts.
Franki Potocki drove in Vernon's run.
Morris Knolls 5, Roxbury 1
Meaghan Thompson's two-run double provided Morris Knolls with its third and fourth runs on the way to a win over the Gaels on Wednesday, May 11.
Allie Schey and Rachel Sweetser added an RBI apiece for the Golden Eagles. Winning pitcher Brooke Wiarda gave up six hits and struck out seven.
Katlyn Lloyd had two hits for Roxbury. Madison Amdur knocked in a run for the Gaels with a base hit.
Morristown-Beard 5, Mountain Lakes 4
Morristown-Beard, which received three hits from Lauren Conway, put across two runs in the top of the seventh inning and edged Mountain Lakes on Tuesday, May 10.
Conway tripled, doubled and knocked in two runs for the Crimson, who moved their record to 11-7. Zoe Grebin and Kate Wright contributed two hits apiece to Morristown-Beard's 11-hit attack.
Nikki Zannelli had three hits and drove in a run for the Lakers. Katie Preston, Annalyse Elias-Warren and Lea Credidio added two hits each for Mountain Lakes.
Chatham 4, Montville 1
Anna Lengner had a fine all-around game, picking up the pitching victory and slugging a homer and double for Chatham on Tuesday, May 10.
Lengner gave up six hits and struck out three. She knocked in a run. Bonnie Kennedy stroked two hits and had an RBI for the Cougars (16-3). Anya Radaam and Camryn Davies drove in the other two runs.
Jordan Strickland hit a single and double and scored Montville's run.
Northern Highlands 6, Jefferson 5
Isabel Seise had all extra base hits, doubling twice and hitting a home run, but the Falcons still fell short on Tuesday, May 10.
Aly Hine added a pair of hits for the Falcons (17-3). Morgan Carr, who allowed six hits and struck out seven, absorbed the loss.
Sarah Gunderson (3 hits, two RBIs) and Fiona Walley (3-run HR) paced Northern Highlands.
Pope John 7, Morris Catholic 3
Jess Whittam and Katherine Fahsbender had two hits and two RBIs apiece to pace the Lions on Tuesday, May 10.
Other top hitters for Pope John were Brianna Lehr (2 hits, RBI), Izzy Hillings (two 2Bs) and Kayla Hillenbrand (hit, RBI).
The Lions led 5-0 after two innings.
Chatham 4, Morristown 3
Caroline Viscovich's RBI base hit to left field broke a 3-3 deadlock in the top of the seventh inning and powered Chatham to a win over Morristown on Monday, May 9.
Anna Legner led off with a walk for the Cougars in the seventh. Pinch runner Anya Raadam stole second and moved to third on a wild pitch, setting the stage for Viscovich's heroics.
Kelly Krincek had three hits for Chatham (15-3) and Morgan Pellegrin had two. Melissa Landry went the distance in the circle, striking out six, walking three and yielding six hits. Ada Patterson had three hits for Morristown.
Roxbury 6, Randolph 1
Hailey Womer had two hits and two RBIs to help the Gaels to a win over the Rams on Monday, May 9.
Katlyn Lloyd homered for Roxbury, which moved its record to 9-10. Lloyd, Madison Amdur, Kayla Corrente and Olivia Faraci contributed two hits apiece.
Emily Song earned the pitching victory with a four-hitter and 11 strikeouts.
Hanover Park 3, Villa Walsh 1
Amy Petrovich, Maddie McLaughlin and Jess Miller had two hits each for the Hornets versus Villa Walsh on Monday, May 9.
Petrovich drove in a run and Nikkiann Giaimo finished with two RBIs.
Annie McCluskey had three hits for Villa Walsh, two of them doubles.
Montville 5, Morristown-Beard 1
The Mustangs, paced by Kelly Dodgson and Dawn Holmes, gained their fifth win of the season on Monday, May 9.
Dodgson rapped out a single and double while Holmes had two hits and drove in a run for Montville.
Sara Seuffert scored the Crimson's run and had a hit.
Morris Knolls 11, Parsippany Hills 1 (5 inn.)
A seven-run third inning, which featured Morgan DeLoreto's three-run homer, was critical for Morris Knolls on Monday, May 9.
DeLoreto also had a sacrifice fly in the first inning and a two-run double in the fifth inning. Brooke Wiarda gave up two hits and struck out seven for the Golden Eagles.
The Vikings' hit came off the bats of Jaclyn Carifi and Paige Restaino.
Butler 3, Bernards 2
The Bulldogs scored all of their runs in the fifth inning on Monday, May 9 before Bernards threatened by scoring runs in the sixth and seventh.
Kellie Faber, who had a pair of RBIs for Butler, went the first 2 2/3 innings before giving way to Spellman, who surrendered one hit and struck out eight the rest of the way.
Allison DePuyt had three hits for the Bulldogs. Sam Beck and Spellman had two hits each.
Kinnelon 3, Whippany Park 0
Alexa Saccomanno's one-hitter boosted the Colts over the Wildcats on Monday, May 9.
Saccomanno struck out seven to gain the complete-game victory.
Haley Angelica, Marissa Jacobia and Samantha Schwed drove in runs for Kinnelon (11-6). Angelica and Schwed had two hits each.
Mount Olive 13, Lenape Valley 1
Alyssa Borozan and Alyssa Mathura had huge days at the plate, slugging home runs to spur the Marauders to victory on Monday, May 9.
Borozan (2 for 3) finished with six RBIs. Mathura drove in four runs with her grand slam.
Taylor Beck scattered six hits to pick up the pitching victory.
Sparta 10, Vernon 1
Paige Smith doubled twice and tripled to fuel the Spartans on Monday, May 9.
Smith, also the winning pitcher, scored three times. The sophomore right-hander earned the decision with a three-hitter and eight strikeouts.
Courtney McKenna was perfect in four trips to the plate for Sparta. Amanda Johnson and Gretchen Bowie added three hits apiece. Franki Potocki homered for the Vikings.
Parsippany 10, Dover 0 (5 inn.)
Caitlin Brennan hurled a four-hitter, boosting the Red Hawks (16-6) to a shutout win over Dover on Monday, April 9.
Brennan, a junior, struck out seven. Luisa Barone contributed three hits and Angelica Link ended with two hits for the winners.
Alexis Cooper had a hit and a walk for the Tigers.