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Field Hockey

Barnett gets 100th career win

DENVILLE _  Courtney Barnett has many fond memories from her days as a three-sport athlete at Morris Knolls. One of those memories wove through Barnett's mind as she made the downhill walk to the stadium for West Morris' field hockey game against the Golden Eagles on Friday, Oct. 23.

Lakers get past Parsippany

MOUNTAIN LAKES _ Jane Brennan's expectation is that Mountain Lakes will be overlooked in the state tournament. Brennan, a senior center midfielder, knows the Lakers' record - 7-6-1 - will draw very little attention when action gets underway in the North Jersey Section 1, Group I bracket.

Madison's 21st title is sweet

BOONTON _ The Madison field hockey team devoured chocolate chip cookies after defeating Randolph in a Morris County Tournament semifinal. Coach Ann Marie Davies promised the Dodgers more of the secret recipe treats if they brought home another MCT title. Davies will be baking in the very near future.

Dodgers, Minutemen overcome deficits

BOONTON _ Both Madison and Mendham received jolts, getting scored on first in their Morris County Tournament semifinals. The second-seeded and four-time defending champion Dodgers received their wakeup call 13:05 into the opening period - a score by Randolph's TT Naslonski. The top-seeded Minutemen were spurred into action when Morristown freshman Olivia Graham left them trailing 1-0 two minutes after the opening whistle.

DeSalvo attains 400th career win

BASKING RIDGE _ Morristown has had its moments - stellar ones and not-so-stellar ones - this season. Nearly six weeks into their schedule, the Colonials, who have strived to put together 60 minutes of nearly flawless field hockey, accomplished that objective in a 3-1 victory over Ridge in a night game on Tuesday, Oct. 6.

Par Hills shocks Morris Knolls

DENVILLE _ Most teams would be demoralized and on the verge of giving up after being shut out for five consecutive games. Not the Parsippany Hills field hockey team. The Vikings simply try harder.