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Field Hockey

Wangerin off to Wake Forest

BOONTON _ More and more, Boonton's field hockey players are attending multiple camps and joining club teams. That's because they witnessed firsthand the benefits of extra work by having Krysta Wangerin in the program.

Lakers gain sectional crown

MOUNTAIN LAKES _ When it comes to exuberance, few can match Mountain Lakes junior left wing Lizzie Lee. Add speed to Lee's never-ending supply of vitality and the combination is lethal.

Mo-Beard nabs Prep B title

MORRISTOWN _ Lizzy Pellicane didn't want Morristown-Beard to have to share the Prep B title. Pellicane, a senior center forward and co-captain, made that decision during a timeout just before the midway point of the second overtime.

Falcons fall in semifinals

RAMSEY _ It didn't take the Jefferson field hockey team long to realize something had to change. For the first 15 minutes of Saturday's North Jersey Section 1, Group II semifinal, Ramsey ran all over the Falcons, using its speed to control the offense.

Cougars come through in shootout

CHATHAM _ Natalia Maurillo was elated after sending a high shot over the head of Madison goalie Caroline McCabe in the second round of the shootout on Thursday. All that remained was for Maurillo's Chatham teammate, goalie Kimmy Pyhel, to stop the next penalty stroke attempt.

Boonton Plays 4 The Cure

Maria Patterson, the senior right inner on Boonton's field hockey team, is young but already knows plenty about cancer. "About 15 people in my family have had it," Patterson said, referring primarily to breast cancer. "I just want there to be a cure."

High Point plays pink, wins

WANTAGE _ Over the last three seasons, the High Point field hockey team's Play Pink game was basic, involving the selling of baked goods and T-shirts. The funds raised were modest but, of course, appreciated. This time, the Wildcats went all out with their breast cancer awareness game, turning it into an event.