Mountain Lakes earned a berth in the North 1 final with an 18-11 victory over Kinnelon in a sectional semifinal on Wednesday, May 23.
Allie LaBeau led the Lakers' balanced attack with five goals and two assists. Casey Drollinger and Victoria Kalamaras had three goals each.
Hallie Walker and Lizzie Lee had two goals apiece for Mountain Lakes (12-7). Kinnelon (14-4) was paced by Heidi Annaheim's four goals.
Roxbury 15, Morris Catholic 7
Rebecca Dobbins fired in five goals and Joelle Manganella finished with four to lead Roxbury in regular-season play on Wednesday, May 23.
Danielle Wilk and Allie Urban each contributed a goal and three assists as Roxbury broke a seven-game losing streak to end its season at 15-7.
Erica Alexander finished with nine saves for the Gaels. Christina Nassany tallied four goals for the Crusaders (8-9).
Mountain Lakes 16, Madison 4
Hallie Walker scored four goals and Emma Harris, Ali LaBeau amd Jackie Perry each scored two goals apiece for second-seeded Mountain Lakes when it defeated Madison 16-4 in Group I state play on Friday, May 18.
Ali Jago scored twice for the seventh-seeded Dodgers. Mountain Lakes took control with a 7-1 first-half edge.
Mendham 19, Phillipsburg 4
Aly Messinger had six goals and two assists to spark the Minutemen's romp in Group III action on Friday, May 18.
Mendham took control early and built a 14-2 first-half lead. Mariah Salerno added four goals for Mendham, which plays West Morris in the semifinal round.
West Morris 13, Northern Highlands 10
Emily Delaney and Megan Monaco registered hat tricks for West Morris in a Group III state game on Friday, May 18.
Maggie Maroney had two goals and three assists and Michaela Domeratzky also notched a pair of goals for the Wolfpack (10-10).
Princeton 10, Mount Olive 7
Francesco Verrone and Nicole Amada scored two goals apiece for the Marauders when they fell in Group III action on Friday, May 18.
The Tigers prevailed behind a five-goal performance by Emilia Lopez Ona.
West Windsor North 17, Montville 6
Montville was eliminated from the state tournament by West Windsor North on Friday, May 18.
Sparta 15, Roxbury 9
Juliana Vitolo struck for seven goals, five in the second half, to propel Sparta to a 15-9 victory over Roxbury on Friday, May 18.
Vitolo's goal were key in helping the Spartans (11-8) overcome a 6-5 halftime deficit. Emily Corrice had a hat trick for Sparta.
Roxbury (6-14) was led by Danielle Wilk's three goals and one assist. Rebecca Dobbins and Joelle Manganella had two goals each for the Gaels.
Princeton 15, Roxbury 7
Princeton scored six goals in a 14-minute span in the opening half to gain a 6-1 lead en route to a 15-7 victory over Roxbury in a North Jersey Group III state tournament game on Tuesday, May 15.
Elizabeth Jacobs and Margaret Haughton combined to score 11 goals for Princeton (13-3).
Roxbury (6-13) was paced by Joelle Manganella's three goals. Erica Alexander had 10 saves for the Gaels.
Randolph 11, Roxbury 10
Melanie Durbin scored four goals and Mallory Grey had two when Randolph edged Roxbury on Friday, May 11.
Randolph (16-2) scored the first five goals of the second half to erase a 7-6 halftime deficit. With just under four minutes remaining, Roxbury (6-12) would score the final three goals of the game to cut the lead to one but its last effort was denied by a charging call.
The Gaels were led by Joelle Manganella's three goals. Danielle Wilk struck for a goals and two assists. Katie Cikovsky scored her first varsity goal for Roxbury.
Mount Olive 13, Roxbury 11
Mount Olive, which got off to a fast start, rode Francesca Verrone's four goals and an assist to a 13-11 triumph over Roxbury on Wednesday, May 9.
The Marauders (13-1) went up, 4-0, early in the game. Sabrina Mellusi added three goals and three assists for Mount Olive.
Roxbury (6-11) cut the lead to one, 11-10, with eight minutes left but was unable to pull ahead or gain the lead.
Joelle Manganella paced the Gaels with four goals and one assist. Rebecca Dobbins had three goals and two assists.
Mountain Lakes 17, Kinnelon 13
Mountain Lakes, behind Megan Ryan's four goals, advanced to the semifinal round of the Morris County Tournament with a victory over Kinnelon on Tuesday, May 8.
The Lakers' balanced attack also featured strong offensive showings by Allie LaBeau (three goals, two assists), Victoria Kalamaras (two goals, assist) and Margie Smith (two goals).
Heidi Annaheim fired in seven goals for Kinnelon (12-2). Mountain Lakes, which will meet Mendham in the semifinals, is 9-6.
Mendham 18, Montville 4
Gia Padavano's six goals highlighted the Minutemen's win over Montville in MCT quarterfinal-round play on Tuesday, May 8.
Aly Messinger contributed three goals and five assists for Mendham (14-3). Paige Russell also had a hat trick for the winners.
Montville received two goals from Abby Haimson.
Morris Knolls 10, Roxbury 5
Ally Kolacy had a hat trick and three assists and Haleigh Schroth and Camielle Rosellini had three goals apiece to pace Morris Knolls on Monday, May 7.
Roxbury (6-10) was led by Rebecca Dobbins' three goals and one assist and Erica Alexander's 12 saves.
Roxbury only trailed by one goal at halftime and was within two with 10 minutes left before Morris Knolls (4-11) scored the last three goals of the game.
Roxbury 15, St. Elizabeth 4
Roxbury pulled away in the second half by outscoring St. Elizabeth 10-1 and went on to gain a victory in a Morris County Tournament preliminary-round game on Tuesday, May 1.
The Gaels had at least seven different goalscorers for the second time in back-to-back days. Joelle Manganella's career-high four goals and Danielle Wilk's three goals and three assists sparked Roxbury (6-7). St. Elizabeth received goals from Hayley Wilson, Annie Finney, Carolyne Byrnes and Alex Dibrigida.
On Saturday, Roxbury will play second-seeded Mendham in a first-round game.
Madison 21, Governor Livingston 11
Madison erupted for 13 second-half goals and registered a victory over Governor Livingston on Monday, April 30.
Ali Jago scored six goals, including her 50th of the season, and had a pair of assists for the Dodgers (9-4). Michelle Montagna and Brynn Taylor added four apiece.
Melissa Blount made eight saves in goal for Madison.
Indian Hills 15, Roxbury 8
Indian Hills built a 10-4 halftime behind four goals by Nicole Kopyta.
The Gaels had a balanced attack. Seven different players accounted for eight goals led by Danielle Wilk's two goals and an assist.
Megann Sanderson finished with seven saves for Roxbury (5-7).