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Chatham rallies from six-goal deficit

MENDHAM _ The Chatham girls lacrosse team doesn't know why it has gotten off to such spotty starts this season but the Cougars have proven that they know how to finish. Emily Wingate scored off a feed from Bridget Ballard at the 10-minute mark and Chatham held on to defeat Mendham 13-12 in a contest between two traditional Morris County rivals on Saturday, April 11 on the turf at Mendham High School.

Chatham suffers first setback

CHATHAM _ Hilary Renna commended Chatham for its first-half defensive effort against Summit and deemed it "the best all season." The Cougars, who went into halftime trailing by one goal, challenged and pressured the Hilltoppers, providing themselves with a boost and motivation.

Mendham garners championship

MENDHAM _ Mendham girls lacrosse was trying to keep up its usual high standards. Morristown girls lacrosse wanted to start building its own legacy. In the North Group III state tournament sectional final, the team that prevailed was the one that had been to the title game many times in the past. The Mendham Minutemen put in a dominating performance with a 15-1 triumph over Morristown to secure the title on Wednesday, May 28 and earned the right to play in the Group III title game on Saturday.

Lakers prevail versus Glen Ridge

MOUNTAIN LAKES _ It's become a late May ritual - Mountain Lakes versus Glen Ridge for top honors in North Jersey, Group I. The matchup, always much anticipated, tends to be a hard-fought one.

Mtn. Lakes retains MCT title

MONTVILLE _ It didn't happen exactly like they drew it up in practice, but the Mountain Lakes girls lacrosse players showed there is more than one way to win a Morris County Tournament title. Sophomore Grainger Rosati scored five goals and her classmate, goalie Julie Krupnick, earned MVP honors in Mountain Lakes' 13-6 triumph over Chatham in the Morris County Tournament final on Monday, May 12 at Montville High School.

Mtn. Lakes to battle Chatham

MONTVILLE _ Mountain Lakes and Chatham started the year playing against each other. Now, the Cougars and the Lakers will be able to find out how much they have improved as their seasons draw to a close with a title on the line. The former Colonial Hills Conference rivals will face each other in the Morris County Tournament final on Saturday, May 10 at 6 p.m. at Montville High School.

Ferrara paces Colonials

MORRISTOWN _ Wearing a Band-Aid on the bridge of her nose was not the fashion statement that Morristown's Allie Ferrara wanted to make. However, her efforts in a Morris County Tournament game on Saturday, May 3 gave the Colonials another good reason to dance at their senior prom.

Unexpected goals elevate Randolph

RANDOLPH _ When it comes to the Morris County Tournament, it is best to expect the unexpected. Senior attack players Lindsey Klein and Mary Geschwindt were ready when the unexpected occurred and, as a result, the Randolph Rams advanced in preliminary-round play on Thursday, May 1.

Changes benefiting Falcons

JEFFERSON _ A first-year varsity coach taking over a veteran squad might have some reservations about making changes but Jefferson coach Melissa Hall did not and she's been pleased with how her seniors have embraced different systems and new attitudes. The Falcons can't complain, especially since they have started the season at 11-0 and show no signs of slowing down.

Mollahan notches 100th goal

BOONTON _ Meghan Mollahan caused the Jefferson players' jaws to drop, scoring two goals in quicker-than-quick fashion. Mollahan, a senior attack wing/midfielder, found the back of the net twice for Boonton within the first 58 seconds against the undefeated Falcons on Thursday, April 24.