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Whiting paces Randolph

A 15-point effort by senior guard Courtney Whiting helped Randolph to a 45-39 overtime victory against Hackettstown on Monday, Dec. 19.

The Rams, who received nine points from Alana Miniovich, outscored the Tigers 8-2 in the extra period.

Caitlin Nicholls topped Hackettstown with 11 points.

Morris Catholic 48, Kinnelon 41

Danielle Mills' double-double (13 points, 14 rebounds) and Mimi Rubino had 13 points to power the Crusaders to a win over the Colts on Monday, Dec. 19.

Kristen Coleman was the third Morris Catholic player in double figures with 10 points.

Taylor Smith ended with 14 points for Kinnelon.

Morristown-Beard 49, Madison 16

Addisyn Ibrahim, a freshman, posted a double-double in the second start of her career to buoy the Crimson on Monday, Dec. 19.

Ibrahim had 14 points and 10 rebounds and Katie Mackin contributed 10 points.

Courtney Bland had seven points for the Dodgers.

Hanover Park 53, Dover 16

The Hornets, behind Ava Gammo's 16 points and Alexa Petrozzino's 13, beat Dover on Monday, Dec. 19.

Hanover Park's top rebounder was Petrozzino with four.

Malia Salazar had five points to lead the Tigers.

Jefferson 58, Roxbury 40

Ashley Hutchinson, a senior guard, had 18 points, including four 3-pointers, to highlight Jefferson's season-opening victory over Roxbury on Friday, Dec. 16.

Hutchinson's stellar stat line also featured eight assists. Taylor Langan, a junior, posted 17 points, seven assists, six rebounds and four steals.

Roxbury's top scorer was Giovanna Harrigan with 11 points.

Hanover Park 60, Pequannock 42

Kelsey Stites and Ava Gammo had 12 and 11 points, respectively, to paced the Hornets in their home opener on Friday, Dec. 16.

Alexa Petrozzino added nine points for Hanover Park, which outscored Pequannock 9-6 in the first quarter before widening its lead with a 20-7 showing in the second period.

Morgan Bencsko topped Pequannock with 11 points and three rebounds.

Morris Knolls 69, Mount Olive 32

Krista Mitarotonda and Christi Conroy had double-doubles to lead the Golden Eagles on Friday, Dec. 16.

Mitarotonda accumulated 16 points, took down 10 rebounds, made six blocks and handed out four assists. Conroy had 14 points, 10 rebounds and six blocks.

Vanessa Elliott joined Mitarotonda and Conroy in double figures with 10 points. Alyssa Borozan led Mount Olive with 14 points.

Morris Catholic 62, Madison 21

Kristen Coleman, a senior guard, struck for 15 points to spark the Crusaders on Friday, Dec. 16.

Elizabeth Kelson added 10 points and Emma Duerr had eight for Morris Catholic. Emily Schum paced the defense with seven steals.

Catherine Crowley had nine points, five rebounds and two steals for Madison.

Kinnelon 38, Parsippany 29

Taylor Smith, a freshman, scored 12 points, took down seven rebounds and made nine steals for the Colts in action on Friday, Dec. 16.

Another Kinnelon ninth grader, Emily Petruccelli, finished with eight points.

Alexis Smith stood out for the Red Hawks with six points and 10 rebounds. 

Mountain Lakes 44, Whippany Park 24

Jessica Torch scored 13 points, including eight in the third quarter, to pace the Lakers on Friday, Dec. 16.

Mountain Lakes strung together 12 unanswered points to start the third period.

Gwyneth Gaynor had 17 points for the Wildcats.

Newton 51, North Warren 35

The Braves triumphed in their season opener on Friday, Dec. 16 as Jasmine Luciani erupted for 21 points.

Kelly Vuz had 18 points and seven rebounds for North Warren.

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