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Gray, Rosenberg power Kinnelon

Kinnelon received goals from Casey Gray and Sarah Rosenberg when it defeated Pequannock 2-0 on Thursday, Oct. 30.

Gray also had an assist and Emily Kapr made four saves in goal.

Skylar Troast, Pequannock's goalie, ended with four saves.

Whippany Park 7, St. Elizabeth 0

Whippany Park defeated St. Elizabeth behind Tania Bilanych's hat trick and Silvana Poulter's two goals and assist on Thursday, Oct. 30.

Gina DelloRusso chipped in with a goal and three assists. Kristin Alwell also scored. 

Kate Matrisciano and Meg Gallagher combined for the shutout in goal, needing to make only two saves.

Whippany Park 3, Butler 0

Silvana Poulter had a goal and an assist to pace Whippany Park, which shut out Butler on Wednesday, Oct. 29.

Cara Schanz and Lauren Schanz also scored a goal apiece for the winners.

Kate Matrisciano and Meg Gallagher combined for five saves.

Pequannock 3, Boonton 2 (OT)

Hannah Daley's two goals powered Pequannock to a 3-2 win over Boonton in overtime on Monday, Oct. 27.

Daley also had an assist for the Golden Panthers. Pequannock (15-3-1) established a school record for wins in a season, bettering their 12-5-2 mark of 2012, and shared the conference title with Kinnelon.

Carly Klimek contributed a goal and an assist and Jenna Goodwin also converted for the winners. Erin Shortall and Sihana Asani had goals for the Bombers (5-9-3). Boonton netminder Payton Bogatch ended with 10 saves.

Mountain Lakes 1, Whippany Park 0 (2 OT)

Sydnie Savarese's goal with one minute remaining in double overtime lifted Mountain Lakes over the Wildcats on Friday, Oct. 24.

Kate Matrisciano and Megan Gallagher combined for nine saves for Whippany Park (7-7-3).

Mountain Lakes is 6-10-1.

Kinnelon 2, Whippany Park 0

Kinnelon, behind goals by Tori Falzarano and Sarah Rosenberg, shut out Whippany Park on Monday, Oct. 27.

Assists for Kinnelon (13-5) were by Taylor Coutts and Casey Gray.

Emily Kapr notched the shutout in goal with a four-save effort.

Madison 1, Mountain Lakes 0

Mackaella Goodwin tallied the lone goal off a pass from Katie Flanigan when the Dodgers blanked the Lakers on Monday, Oct. 27.

Kristina Qualben came up with 11 stops in goal for Madison (11-4-1).

Danielle Klingener finished with three saves for the Lakers (6-11-1).

Morristown 4, Sparta 1

Morristown received a hat trick and an assist from Olivia Perry when it defeated Sparta on Monday, Oct. 20.

Liz Rawding had a goal and Kate Gilfillan and Sarah Cunningham had asissts for the Colonials (7-8).

Sparta's goal was scored by Ashley Lamoureux.

Pequannock 4, Butler 0

Dana Scillieri's two goals paced Pequannock to a shutout of Butler on Thursday, Oct. 16.

Kayla Afflito and Hannah Daley contributed a goal and an assist apiece for the Golden Panthers (12-3-1).

Chatham 0, Morris Hills 0

Caroline Viscovich had seven saves for Chatham when it played to a scoreless tie with Morris Hills on Wednesday, Oct. 15.

Elizabeth Hill, the Scarlet Knights' goalie, had four saves.

Chatham is 8-5-1. Morris Hills' record is 9-5-1.

Morris Catholic 3, Pequannock 1

First-half goals by Stella Johnson, Sarah Racine and Angela Ryerson propelled Morris Catholic to victory over Pequannock on Tuesday, Oct. 14.

Ryerson and Jillian Sudo had assists for the Crusaders, who moved their record to 11-3-1. Maggio Gabrilla ended with nine saves for Morris Catholic.

Nicole Benway scored off a Taylor Cucci pass in the second half accounting for Pequannock's goal. The Golden Panthers are 10-3-1.

Whippany Park 3, Boonton 0

Gina Brueno, Silvana Poulter and Mayada Ahmed had a goal apiece when Whippany Park blanked Boonton on Tuesday, Oct. 14.

Gina Dello Russo and Silvana Poulter provided the assists for the Wildcats, now 7-5-2.

Kate Matrisciano and Meg Gallagher combined for four saves for the shutout. Payton Bogatch finished with 17 saves for Boonton (4-7-3).

Morris Catholic 4, Villa Walsh 3

Stella Johnson and Jillian Sudo scored two goals each to lift fifth-seeded Morris Catholic over fourth-seeded Villa Walsh in Morris County Tournament quarterfinal action on Sunday, Oct. 12.

Sudo's goal in the 74th minute clinched the victory. Angela Ryerson notched two assists and Sophia Fischer and Sudo also added assists for the Crusaders (10-3-1).

Morris Catholic advances to play Randolph.

Alyssa Yarosz scored twice for the Vikings. Juliana Saling added a goal and Lauren Longo posted two assists for Villa Walsh.

Roxbury 5, Pequannock 0

Freshman Ashley Serafin scored two second-half goals to help the third-seeded Gaels secure an MCT quarterfinal-round victory on Sunday, Oct. 12.

Striker Paige Monahan and defender Deanna Grazianni both connected 15 minutes into the game to set the tone for the win. Monahan's breakaway goal in the eighth minute made it a 1-0 contest.

Five minutes later, Grazianni got her head on Ryelle Sansone's corner kick to make it a 2-0 game.

Serafin's goals occurred in the 42nd and 69th minute to expand the lead over the sixth-seeded Golden Panthers. Andrea Arias had two assists, her second fed Kylie Richardson for the final goal of the game.

Randolph 3, Morris Hills 1

The top-seeded Rams led 2-0 at the half and kept control to gain a MCT quarterfinal win on Sunday, Oct. 12.

The Rams will host Morris Catholic next in the late game of a semifinal doubleheader at Mountain Lakes.

Ashley Chipoletti had a goal and an assist. Kaitlin Robinson and Maria Fairfield posted goals and Esther Wellman notched an assist for Randolph (12-1).

Lauren Sysyn connected off a Alondra Diaz feed for the Scarlet Knights.

Whippany Park 2, Morris Catholic 2

Gina Dello Russo scored twice in the second half to earn Whippany Park a tie with Morris Catholic on Wednesday, Oct. 8.

Assists were by Kristen Hall and Sabrina Ahmed. Stella Johnson and Amanda Hall had first-half goals for Morris Catholic (9-3-1).

Kate Matrisciano made 12 saves for Whippany Park (6-5-2).

Kinnelon 1, West Morris 0

Casey Gray connected on an Emily Thiem pass to help Kinnelon upset defending co-champion West Morris 1-0 in a first-round Morris County Tournament game on Sunday, Oct. 5.

Emily Kapr earned the shutout on two saves for 14th-seeded Kinnelon.

Ilissa Webb stopped seven shots for West Morris.

Pequannock 2, Whippany Park 0

Second-half goals by Kristen Aikey and Nicole Benway provided the difference for the the sixth-seeded Golden Panthers in this MCT game.

Freshman goalkeeper Skyler Troast stopped seven shots to gain the shutout for Pequannock. The Golden Panthers travel to Roxbury next.

Roxbury 8, Parsippany Hills 0

Madison Martino scored twice to pace the third-seeded Gaels in a romp.

Ashley Serafin had a goal and two assists and Andrea Arias, Caitlin Mertens and Paige Monahan each had a goal and an assist for third-seeded Roxbury.

Morris Catholic 4, Mendham 2

Jillian Sudo scored twice to lift the fifth-seeded Crusaders in opening-round tournament action.

Sudo broke a 2-2 tie with a score in the 66th minute. Angela Ryerson cemented the triumph with a score 10 minutes later. Meghan Tkac connected on a first-half goal for Morris Catholic. Rachel Jiminez and Shannon Horan connected for 12th seeded Mendham. Morris Catholic moves on to face Villa Walsh.

Villa Walsh 4, Morristown-Beard 0

Megan Lawlor had a goal and an assist and Victoria Colledge, Grace Penders and Juliana Saling each scored goals for the fourth-seeded Vikings.

Lauren Longo added a pair of assists and Colleen Brennan earned a shutout on two saves for Villa Walsh.

Morris Hills 2, Chatham 1

Frankie Perna's overtime goal provided the triumph for the eighth-seeded Scarlet Knights. The Morris Hills athlete connected 1:30 into the extra period.

Her teammate, Alondra Diaz, tied the game 1-1 early in the second half. Beth Kuyk notched a first-half goal for the ninth-seeded Cougars.

Randolph 3, Jefferson 1

The top-seeded Rams advance to play eighth-seeded Morris Hills in the next round.

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