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Montville tops Kinnelon in OT

Abby Haimson fired in two goals in overtime to boost Montville to a 13-12 win over Kinnelon on Friday, April 11.

Nicole Dvoretsky connected with 4:08 remaining in regulation to force the extra period.

Haimson finished with six goals. Dvoretsky had four goals and an assist. Carly DeNigris added three goals for the Mustangs (7-1).

Mount Olive 13, High Point 7

Claire Callaghan scored five goals and Sarah McEvoy had two goals and three assists to fuel Mount Olive when it beat High Point on Thursday, April 10.

Nicole Chirico and Brittany Leuthe scored two goals each for Mount Olive.

Jefferson 13, Kittatinny 5

Danielle Pini scored her 100th varsity goal to lift the unbeaten Falcons on Thursday, April 10.

Kara Hodapp had six goals and one assist and Kendra Nolan scored five times for Jefferson (5-0). The Falcons took control early with a 9-0 edge at the half. Molly Fitzpatrick scored twice for Kittatinny.

Governor Livingston 15, Boonton 9

Meghan Mollahan fired a hat trick to pace Governor Livingston on Thursday, April 10.

Emily Sorochynskyj had two goals and two assists and Natalie VanDeVliet scored twice for the Bombers.

Morristown-Beard 12, New Providence 11

Chelsea Howarth connected off a pass from Alissa Masini with 30 seconds left in sudden victory to provide Morristown-Beard with a victory over New Providence on Wednesday, April 9.

Howarth, Jill Burke, Chelsea Kramer, Meg Damstrom and Carolyn Chambers each scored two goals apiece for Morristown-Beard.

Randolph 13, Sparta 12 (2 OT)

Lindsey Klein scored two goals, including the game-winner in triple overtime, to lift the Rams on Wednesday, April 9.

Kelly McGinniss had a hat trick and Dana Shalit, Jullian Whiting and Carly Whitman had two goals each for Randolph.

Morristown 17, Caldwell 8

Casey O'Brien and Allie Ferrara tallied four goals and three assists each in the Colonials' triumph.

Maddy Heher and Meghan Siverson also scored four goals each for Morristown in this game held on Wednesday, April 9.

Ridgewood 14, Chatham 12

Maddie Bowles had four goals to pace the Cougars in action on Wednesday, April 9.

Bridget Ballard and Emily Wingate had two goals each for Chatham.

Mendham 11, Oak Knoll 7

Becky Gohsler had four goals and an assist in the Minutemen's triumph on Wednesday, April 9.

Carlye Maita posted a hat trick and Christine Graziano tallied twice for Mendham.

Villa Walsh 17, Millburn 6

Taylor Medd scored six times to pace the Vikings past Millburn on Wednesday, April 9.

Christina Pallitto scored four goals and Victoria Esposito, Kate Mulcahy and Victoria Colledge scored two goals each for the Vikings, who led 11-4 at halftime.

Madison 17, Columbia 7

Michelle Montagna scored four goals and Brynn Taylor registered a hat trick for the Dodgers on Wednesday, April 9.

Madison took control early and led 10-4 at the half.

Mountain Lakes 18, Immaculate Heart 6

Victoria Kalamaras scored five goals and had two assists to power the Lakers on Wednesday, April 9.

Rachel Treweeke and Meredith Newfrock added three goals apiece for Mountain Lakes.

Morristown-Beard 14, Randolph 12

Chelsea Kramer had seven goals and three assists to lift Morristown-Beard to a win over Randolph on Tuesday, April 8.

Jill Burke fired a hat trick to help the Crimson. Morristown-Beard had a 5-4 advantage at the half.

Kelly McGiniss had three goals and an assist and Megan Eberly scored three times for the Rams.

Vernon 13, Morris Hills 5

Kelsey Hays had three goals and an assist to spark the undefeated Vikings on Tuesday, April 8.

Kyleigh Miller scored twice and Sarah Walsh had a goal and two assists for the Scarlet Knights.

Kittatinny 10, Boonton 4

Lindsay McKim's hat trick and two assists helped lift the Cougars to 4-2 on the season.

Four different players scored goals for the Bombers (3-3).

Roxbury 9, Montclair Kimberley 8

Amanda Beal scored her third goal 15 seconds into overtime, completing a hat trick, to power Roxbury past Montclair Kimberley on Monday, April 7.

Kayla Lucia topped the Gaels (2-3) with five goals. Lucia had three consecutive goals at the end of regulation, the last one coming with 2:35 left, to send the game into overtime.

Chelsea Artigliere added a goal for Roxbury. Erica Tesoriero finished with eight saves in goal.

Montville 12, Morristown-Beard 11

Nicole Dvoretsky scored six goals and Abby Haimson added five goals to lift Montville to victory over Morristown-Beard on Monday, March 31.

The Mustangs rallied from an 8-4 halftime deficit to rally to victory and improve to 3-0 on the season.

Carolyn Chambers, Alyssa Masini, Chelsea Kramer and Delaney Finn each scored two goals apiece for the Crimson (1-1).

Mendham 14, Chatham 10

Becky Gohsler scored six times and Christine Graziano fired a hat trick for the Minutemen on Monday, March 31.

Carrie Speicher dished five assists for Mendham, which gave new coach Lauren Yee her first varsity victory.

Emily Wingate fired a hat trick for the Cougars (0-3).

Summit 11, Mountain Lakes 10

Jackie Perry scored five times and Victoria Kalamaras added a pair of goals for the Lakers (2-1) on Monday, March 31.

Villa Walsh 15, Cranford 12

The Vikings, who received four goals from Taylor Medd, sent their record to 3-0 in action on Monday, March 31.

Victoria Esposito and Christina Palletto added three goals each for Villa Walsh.

New Providence 11, Roxbury 10

Amanda Beal had four goals and Katie Cikovski added a hat trick for the Gaels (0-2) on Monday, March 31.

Morristown 16, Livingston 8

The Colonials led 8-2 at halftime and went on to gain an eight-goal victory on Monday, March 31.

Allie Ferrara scored four times and Meghan Siverson and Cathy O'Brien added hat tricks for Morristown (2-1).

Pequannock 13, Ramapo 7

Alyssa Tachon scored five times and Arden Kassaleh and Danielle Musto scored four goals apiece for the Golden Panthers (1-2).

Morris Catholic 11, Indian Hills 5

Haley Driscoll and Lexi Finn each fired hat tricks for the Crusaders (2-1).

Montclair 12, Morris Knolls 9

Jacie Cooper fired a hat trick and Molly Reichard scored twice for the Golden Eagles (0-2).

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