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Colts edged in Dover Tournament final

Paige White's base hit drove in the game-winning run for Belvidere in the 11th inning when it edged Kinnelon 2-1 in the final of the Dover Tournament on Saturday, April 12.

Megan Beiermeister tied the score for the Colts with a two-out base hit up the middle in the 10th inning.

Marissa Jacobia had two hits for Kinnelon in the title game. Beiermeister, named MVP, struck out 20 an walked four while giving up six hits.

Beiermeister, a junior right-hander, had an exceptional week, striking out 52 in 26 innings. She allowed 12 hits and walked four. Beiermeister gave up three runs, two of them earned, in four games.

Kinnelon 10, Dover 0

Megan Beiermeiser's no-hitter, which featured 11 strikeouts, and Brittaney Graper's two hits and three RBIs led the Colts to a shutout win in the first round of the Dover Tournament on Saturday, April 12.

Ana Maroldi had two hits and knocked in a pair of runs for Kinnelon.

The Colts did all of their scoring over the first three innings.

Ramapo 8, Jefferson 5

Caitlyn Dougherty went 4 for 4 with an RBI in Jefferson's loss to Ramapo on Saturday, April 12.

It was the first setback of the season for the Falcons, who also received RBIs from Kayla Weber, Dianna Gatto, Lauren Gutowski and Isabel Seise.

Jefferson tied the score, 2-2, in the top of the fourth but Ramapo scored six times in the bottom of the inning to pull ahead. Seise struck out three and walked two while scattering nine hits. Alyssa Incantalupo knocked in three runs for Ramapo.

Paramus Catholic 9, Jefferson 1

Bryanna Celentano drove in the lone run for the Falcons in the fourth inning of this game on Saturday, April 12.

Caitlyn Dougherty had three hits for Jefferson and went 7 for 8 in the tournament. Isabel Seise pitched the last three innings and absorbed the loss.

Paramus Catholic's Samantha Held and Julianna Longo had two RBIs each.

Morris Hills 11, Vernon 1

Shannon Cox had three RBIs and Taylor Masino and Francesca Lawrence had two hits and two RBIs each to spark the Scarlet Knights on Friday, April 11.

Leadoff hitter Ashley Ferrante scored three runs for Morris Hills.

The Scarlet Knights' big inning was the sixth when it scored seven runs.

Jefferson 14, Wallkill Valley 1 (5 inn.)

The Falcons pounded out 16 hits and Isabel Seise pitched a four-hitter when they beat the Rangers on Friday, April 11.

Claudia Tietz had three hits and four RBIs for Jefferson (6-0). Dianna Gatto, Lauren Gutowski, Caitlyn Dougherty and Amanda Delfino had two RBIs apiece.

Seise struck out eight in the five-inning game.

Whippany Park 8, Villa Walsh 5

Noel Nunnermacker singled, doubled and drove in three runs to highlight Whippany Park's 8-5 win over Villa Walsh on Thursday, April 10.

Brittany Funicelli had two hits and two RBIs for the Wildcats (2-1).

Villa Walsh (2-2) was paced by Christina Romagnoli, who had three hits, including a double and triple. Annie McCluskey knocked in two runs for the Vikings.

Kinnelon 3, Sussex Tech 1

Kinnelon, behind Megan Beiermeister's two-hitter, recorded its first win of the season, defeating Sussex Tech on Wednesday, April 9.

Beiermeister, a junior right-hander, struck out 14 and walked none.

Marissa Jacobia had two hits and knocked in two runs to pace the Colts' attack. Brittany Coppla had one RBI and scored a run.

Sussex Tech received a triple from Jenn Prendergast. Alaina Lackey drove in the Mustangs' only run.

Roxbury 12, Mendham 9 (10 inn.)

Frankie Formisano had five hits and knocked in three runs to fuel the Gaels' 24-hit attack on Wednesday, April 9.

Sam Darling went the distance for Roxbury, striking out six and surrendering 12 hits.

Mendham's Irene Margiotta fanned 12 and also pitched all 10 innings. She also had two hits and two RBIs.

Morristown-Beard 5, Hanover Park 3

Lauren Conway drove in three runs and and Sara Seuffert had an RBI to pace the Crimson on Wednesday, April 9.

Seuffert won her first game of the season by striking out three and scattering six hits.

Hanover Park received two RBIs from Alex Cosenzo.

Morris Knolls 2, Montville 0

Fifth-inning errors enabled the Golden Eagles to score both of their runs in a key NJAC-American Division game on Wednesday, April 9.

Winning pitcher Ashley Lesch was reached for three hits. She had five strikeouts and walked two.

Jess Shalongo (5 hits, 2 strikeouts) absorbed the loss. Shalongo gave up five hits.

Parsippany 13, Dover 0 (5 inn.)

Tori Rossi pitched a two-hitter and Nicole Bernal rapped out three hits, including a double, to highlight the Red Hawks' shutout of Dover on Wednesday, April 9.

Rossi struck out four. Megan Leitner chipped in with two hits and two RBIs for Parsippany, which sent its record to 3-0. 

Nicolette Bowen had a base hit for Dover.

Morris Catholic 15, Mountain Lakes 2 (6 inn.)

Jeannie Kivlon, Julie Rossetto and Kelly Malkinski led the Crusaders at the plate on Wednesday, April 9, knocking in two runs apiece.

Cassandra Madsen, a sophomore, picked up the pitching victory, striking out four and scattering nine hits for Morris Catholic (4-1).

Emily Alberts drove in a run for the Lakers.

Jefferson 16, Newton 0 (5 inn.)

Amanda Delfino had two hits, knocked in three runs and scored two runs for the Falcons (5-0) on Wednesday, April 9.

Additional hitting standouts were Caitlin Dougherty (double, two RBIs) and Isabel Seise (single, double, two RBIs). Winning pitcher Gabby Puglis yielded two hits, struck out seven and walked two.

Melissa Bencivenga and Emma Hesse had Newton's only hits.

Boonton 7, Kinnelon 0

Sophomore third baseman Jordyn Ferrante doubled, singled and knocked in three runs to spark Boonton, which scored six times in the fifth inning, to a victory over Kinnelon on Monday, April 7.

Brielle Becker and Amanda Nardone each contributed a single to support the one-hit pitching of Lauren Klemans. Klemans struck out five and walked one in the game which was halted after six innings due to rain. Emily Kapr had the Colt's one hit.

The Bombers (2-1) also received a single and stolen base from Anna Lee Smith.

Jefferson 6, Kittatinny 2 (6 inn.)

The Falcons sent their record to 4-0 on Monday, April 7 behind a one-hitter by freshman Isabel Seise.

Seise, now 3-0, notched three strikeouts. Her teammates had six hits to back her. Amanda Delfino had two hits and knocked in three runs. Kayla Weber and Stephanie Agnes had RBIs for Jefferson (4-0).

Kittatinny (1-2)  received its one hit from Krystal Carides.

Morris Catholic 14, St. Elizabeth 0 (5 inn.)

Samantha Denboske's no-hitter, which featured eight strikeouts, paced the Crusaders on Monday, April 7.

Denboske, a sophomore, walked only three.

Julia Rossetto knocked in a pair of runs with a triple. Kendall Gregory doubled in a run for Morris Catholic (3-1).

Morris Hills 7, Pope John 6

Ashley Ferrante's home run snapped a 6-6 deadlock in the ninth inning and lifted Morris Hills to victory over Pope John on Thursday, April 3.

Ferrante, a junior, finished with two hits for the Scarlet Knights. Elise Sheplak also homered for Morris Hills, hitting a two-run shot in the second inning.

Julia Engdahl had three hits, including a triple, and scored three times for Pope John.

Parsippany Hills 1, Mendham 0 (9 inn.)

Kaitlyn Jansen scored the game's lone run in the ninth inning for Parsippany Hills on Thursday, April 3.

Winning pitcher Ali Walek, a junior, went the distance for the Vikings, striking out six and scattering seven hits.

Mendham ace Irene Margiotta notched nine strikeouts and gave up four hits.

Montville 16, Mount Olive 2 (5 inn.)

Jessican Shalongo pitched and hit the Mustangs to a win over Mount Olive on Thursday, April 3.

Shalongo, a senior, struck out nine and gave up five hits. She helped herself by rapping out two hits and driving in a run.

Sammie Booth had a fine day at the plate, going 3 for 4 with two homers and four RBIs. Megan Patierno also homered twice and ended with three RBIs. Brittany Presto was the third Montville player to hit a home run.

Jefferson 6, Hopatcong 5 (9 inn.)

The Falcons put across two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning and trimmed Hopatcong.

Amanda Dilfer had three hits and three RBIs for Jefferson (2-0). Shelby Spaziani (2 for 5, two RBIs) was another offensive standout.

Sam Kufka notched the pitching victory, striking out seven in eight-plus innings.

Villa Walsh 12, Dover 1

Senior third baseman Veronica Manley doubled, tripled and had three RBIs for the Vikings on Thursday, April 3.

Freshman Shea McGuire contributed two doubles, a single and an RBI.

Christina Romagnoli was nicked for one hit and struck out seven For Villa Walsh (2-0).

Morris Catholic 4, Kinnelon 0

Kendall Gregory knocked in three runs and Cassie Madsen pitched a one-hitter and struck out five to spark the Crusaders on Thursday, April 3.

Madsen struck out five and gave up one hit - a single to Brittany Graper. Morris Cathoiic's other run was driven in by Christen Mills.

The Crusaders evened their record at 1-1.

Parsippany 3, Whippany Park 2

Freshman pitcher Caitlin Brennan fired a four-hitter and Taylor Scott knocked in what would prove to be the winning run when the Red Hawks edged the Wildcats on Thursday, April 3.

The win was the first of Brennan's career. Parsippany's hits came off the bats of Scott, Victoria Rossi and Laila Migliazza.

Whippany Park junior Jamie Rehus walked twice and scored.

Morris Knolls 10, Vernon 0

Ashley Lesch and Raelyn Giansanti combined to pitch a no-hitter and strike out nine when Morris Knolls shut out Vernon on Tuesday, April 1.

Maggie Shaw had two hits, one of them a double, and had three RBIs for the Golden Eagles. Kelsey Hanson also had two hits and drove in a run.

Alyssa Stango had a double and scored twice for Morris Knolls, which did all of its scoring in the second inning.

Roxbury 7, Morristown 6 (10 inn.)

Roxbury put across a run in the bottom of the 10th inning and trimmed Morristown in the opener for both teams on Tuesday, April 1.

Samantha Darling was the winning pitcher for the Gaels. Darling went the distance, striking out five, walking six and yielding nine hits.

Top hitters for Roxbury were Tina Cicciarelli (3 for 5, 2 RBIs) and Kate Cullen (2 RBIs).

Pequannock 5, Kinnelon 0

Kelly Ann McClain and Rachel Pierson had extra base hits for the Golden Panthers in their opener on Tuesday, April 1.

McClain doubled and scored a run for Pequannock. Pierson tripled and drove in two runs.

Winning pitcher Christina Brizek, a senior, struck out 16. Ana Maroldi had two hits the Colts.

Jefferson 6, North Warren 1

Bryanna Celentano had two hits and two RBIs and Melissa Jurkiewicz scattered six hits and struck out six to pace the Falcons on Tuesday, April 1.

Claudia Tietz tripled for Jefferson, which pounded out 11 hits. Caitlin Dougherty and Lauren Gutowski had two hits apiece for the winners.

North Warren's Kaitlin Bertholf had three hits.

Parsippany 9, Morristown-Beard 4

Veronica Shaw and Caitlyn Capurso slugged home runs in the Red Hawks' five-run third inning on Tuesday, April 1.

Shaw's homer drove in three runs while Capurso had a two-run shot. Shaw ended the day with four RBIs. Taylor Scott contributed three hits and knocked in a run. 

Victoria Rossi, a junior right-hander, gave up seven hits and struck out five to gain the pitching win.

Montville 15, Morris Hills 4

Jess Shalongo's five-hitter and grand slam highlighted the Mustangs' opening-day win on Tuesday, April 1.

Shalongo struck out five. Cayleigh Aslanian added two hits and scored three times. Jade Tungul also had a pair of hits and drove in three runs.

Shannon Cox belted a three-run homer for Morris Hills.

West Morris 6, Randolph 3

Mara Bohigian (2 for 3, 2 RBIs) and Lizzie Raguseo (2 hits, double, RBI) led the Wolfpack's offense on Tuesday, April 1.

For the Rams, Amanda Beatrice had a pair of hits and knocked in a run.

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