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Aikey, Pequannock triumph

Kristen Aikey netted two goals to pace Pequannock to a 3-0 victory over Whippany Park on Wednesday, Oct. 1.

Dana Scillieri had the other goal for the Golden Panthers (8-1-1). Hannah Daley, Carly Klimek and Katie Dara had assists.

Skyler Troast (Pequannock) and Sarah Mastriciano (Whippany Park) had five saves apiece.

Whippany Park 3, Butler 0

Christine Jones, Natalie Turok and Kate Cantrell had goals to highlight Whippany Park's win over Butler in a Morris County Tournament preliminary-round game on Sunday, Sept. 28.

Gina Brueno, Gina Dello Russo, Tania Bilanych, Jess Glinkin, and Sam Granato provided the assists for the Wildcats (6-3-1).

Marlene Arabia made seven saves for the Bulldogs (3-5-1).

Chatham 1, Montville 0

Kelsey Terry scored in the second half to pace Chatham to a victory over Montville in MCT preliminary-round play on Sunday, Sept. 28.

Caroline Viscovich made six saves for the Cougars (6-2).

Montville netminder Savannah Potter had 11 saves.

Whippany Park 2, Butler 0

Gina Dello Russo and Natalie Turok had goals for Whippany Park in its victory over Butler on Wednesday, Sept. 24.

Lauren Schanz and Kate Cantrell provided the assists for the Wildcats (5-3-1).

Goalie Megan Gallagher made one save for the shutout.

Kinnelon 1, Whippany Park 0

Casey Gray's second half goal was the game's lone score and propelled Kinnelon past Whippany Park 1-0 on Monday, Sept. 22.

Paige Hanley assisted on the score the moved the Colts' record to 4-3.

Whippany Park (4-3-1) received four saves in goal from Kate Mastriciano.

Whippany Park 6, St. Elizabeth 0

Kate Cantrell scored twice to pace Whippany Park to a 6-0 victory over St. Elizabeth on Monday, Sept. 15.

The Wildcats' other goals were by Kristin Alwell, Jess Glinkin, Abby Davidson and Mayada Ahmed.

Meg Gallagher made one save for the shutout. Whippany Park is 3-2.

Pequannock 1, Morris Catholic 0

Dana Scillieri scored the decisive goal in double overtime, sending Pequannock to a 1-0 win over Morris Catholic on Saturday, Sept. 13.

Hannah Daley assisted on the goal.

The Golden Panthers (3-1) outshot the Crusaders, 13-8.

Pequannock 3, Morristown 1

Carly Klimek scored twice and Hannah Daley added a goal to pace Pequannock to a win over Morristown on Thursday, Sept. 11.

Taylor Carmichael had two assists for the Golden Panthers (2-1). Olivia Perry scored for the Colonials (2-1) with two minutes remaining.

Skyler Troast finished with seven saves for the winners.

Pequannock 2, Whippany Park 1

Goals by juniors Jen McGrogan and Dana Scillieri powered Pequannock to a win over Whippany Park on Tuesday, Sept. 8.

Skyler Troast came up with six saves for the Golden Panthers (1-1).

Whippany Park's goal came off the foot of Gina Dello Russo.

Randolph 2, Newton 0

Scores by Gillian McConnell and Maria Fairfield lifted Randolph to a 2-0 victory over Newton on Saturday, Sept. 6.

Rachel Fennell stopped five shots to give Randolph the shutout in the season opener for both teams.

Whippany Park 5, Parsippany 1

Silvana Poulter and Tania Bilanych scored two goals apiece to lead Whippany Park to win over Parsippany on Saturday, Sept. 6.

Natalie Turok also tallied a goal for Whippany Park. Assists were by Kristen Hall, Danielle Cozzarelli and Kate Cantrell. Haley Pignatelli connected for the Red Hawks.

Morris Catholic 3, Hanover Park 2

Sarah Racine, Jillian Sudo and Nicole Verdi each connected to lift the Crusaders to an overtime victory on Saturday, Sept. 6.

Janine Laudati and Gianna Zarra scored goals for the Hornets.

Paramus 2, Montville 1 (OT)

Sarah Blitz connected for the Mustangs in a setback to Paramus.

Montville dropped to 0-2.

Morris Hills 1, Morris Knolls 0

Casarah Morales' overtime goal lifted the Scarlet Knights in a road victory in a battle of sister schools on Friday, Sept. 5.

Roxbury 6, Sparta 0

Paige Monaghan opened the season with a hat trick and teammate Sarah Oliviero netted a shutout on three saves for the Gaels on Friday, Sept. 5.

Ashley Serafin, Chelsea Artigliere and Andrea Arias also connected for Roxbury.

Kinnelon 4, Mendham 3 (OT)

Casey Gray, Emily Thiem, Olivia Eckstein and Tori Falzarano scored goals for the Colts in action on Friday, Sept. 5.

Allie Lutz scored twice and Emma Ewing added a goal for the Minutemen in the opener for both teams.

Morristown 5, Montville 1

Sarah Cunningham and Liz Rawding each scored twice for the Colonials on Friday, Sept. 5.

Olivia Perry added a score for Morristown. Larissa Iellimo connected in the second half for the Mustangs.

Villa Walsh 7, St. Elizabeth 0

Lauren Longo had a goal and two assists for Villa Walsh and Reagan Sharkey, Milannah Aguirre, Kate Murphy, Megan Lawlor, Grace Penders and Sophie Henders each opened the season with a goal.

Colleen Brennan earned a shutout on two saves for Villa Walsh.

West Morris 5, Mount Olive 1

Emily Driscoll scored twice and Casey Lisa, Cassandra Montgomery and Kate Willsey also tallied for the Wolfpack on Friday, Sept. 5.

Danielle DiFabrizio connected for the Marauders.

Pope John 3, Parsippany Hills 3

Sally Campuzano scored twice and Alex Gilgorri added a goal for the Vikings on Friday, Sept. 5.

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