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Dobbins' four goals buoy Gaels

Kelly Dahlin scored two goals early in the second half to tie the game, 5-5, but Roxbury scored the next four goals over the next six minutes to build a four-goal lead and held on for a 9-6 win over Vernon on Saturday, April 28.

Megann Sanderson earned her first varsity win for Roxbury with nine saves and Rebecca Dobbins had five goals and an assist, giving her 14 points over the last two games.

Danielle Wilk also had two goals and three assists for Roxbury.

Roxbury 9, Vernon 6

Allie Ferrara's six goals and two assists sparked Morristown to a 13-11 win over Roxbury on Wednesday, April 25.

Brady Heher chipped in with three goals for the Colonials (3-7).

Down 6-3 at halftime, Roxbury went ahead, 9-8, but Morristown bounded back. The Gaels received seven goals and an assist from Rebecca Dobbins.

Mountain Lakes 14, West Essex 10

Madison Siebold's four goals and three assists propelled the Lakers (7-4) on Wednesday, April 25.

Allie LaBeau and Casey Drollinger had three goals apiece for Mountain Lakes.

Natalie Cafone fired in four goals for West Essex.

Kinnelon 16, Roxbury 4

Kinnelon scored three goals in the last 36 seconds of the first half to establish a 7-1 lead on the way to a victory over Roxbury on Saturday, April 21.

Heidi Annaheim scored eight goals for Kinnelon (8-1) and Danielle Wilk had two goals and an assist for Roxbury (4-5).

With nine minutes left, Roxbury cut the lead to 9-4 but also lost its starting goalie to a injury.

The Colts would go on to score the last seven goals of the game.

Madison 17, Columbia 15

First-year varsity goalie Melissa Blount had four major saves over the last two minutes to help the Dodgers get past Columbia on Saturday, April 21.

Ali Jago and Amelia Murcotte had four goals apiece for Madison (5-3).

Columbia (5-3) received seven goals from Nadia Pelham-Lacey. Olivia Mangan added six goals.

Mountain Lakes 16, Yorktown Heights (N.Y.) 8

Jackie Perry and Madison Siebold had hat tricks to fuel the Lakers in this game played on Saturday, April 21.

Megan Ryan contributed two goals and three assists for Mountain Lakes (5-4).

Bianca Raniolo had a hat trick for Yorktown Heights.

Indian Hills 20, Montville 19

Shelby Labe had eight goals and an assist and Abby Haimson had five goals and an assist for the Mustangs, who suffered their second loss in 10 games on Saturday, April 21.

Nicole Kopyta had seven goals and an assist for Indian Hills.

Montville 10, Mahwah 9

Senior midfielder Danica Witty scored off a pass from Shelby Labe, also a senior midfielder, with 10 seconds left, boosting Montville over Mahwah on Thursday, April 19.

Labe ended the game with seven goals and one assist.

Individual goals for the Mustangs (8-1) were scored by Ashley Bello, Nicole Dvoretsky, Abby Haimson.

Goalie Remi Heller stopped 11 shots to gain the shutout in goal for Montville.

Nicolette Kreshpane had three goals for Mahwah.

Glen Ridge 15, Mountain Lakes 8

The Lakers received three goals from Madison Siebold but fell to Glen Ridge on Thursday, April 19.

Mary Alati and Danielle Lisovicz had four goals apiece for Glen Ridge (7-1).

Mountain Lakes' record is 4-4.

Madison 17, Montclair Kimberley 8

Ali Jago matched her career-high of six goals when Madison defeated Montclair Kimberley 17-8 on Wednesday, April 18.

Jill Lennon contributed three goals and Brynn Taylor and Ari Goret had two apiece for the Dodgers (5-3).

MKA's top scorers were Tess Meyer and Sylvie Konner with two goals and an assist apiece.

Montville 17, DePaul 16

Shelby Labe erupted for seven goals, including the gamewinner with 2:50 left, sparking Montville to a win over DePaul on Tuesday, April 17.

Abby Haimson chipped in with five goals for the Mustangs (7-1).

Ashley Bello and Nicole Dvoretsky had two goals apiece for Montville. DePaul received five goals each from Liana Doyle and Kristen Wright.

Roxbury 15, Wayne Hills 14

Hali Gruber had what proved to be the game-winning goal for Roxbury when it edged Wayne Hills to even its record at 4-4.

It was the first varsity goal for Gruber, who scored on a free position with 4:09 remaining in the game on Monday, April 16.

Wayne Hills cut its deficit to on with two seconds left.

Roxbury was led by Danielle Wilk's six goals and one assist. Rebecca Dobbins contributed four goals.

Madison 21, Morristown-Beard 9

Ali Jago had six goals and four assists and Amelia Murcott had four goals for the Dodgers on Monday, April 16.

Michelle Montagna and Jill Lennon added three goals apiece for Madison, which improved its record to 4-3.

Morristown-Beard's top scorer was Lizzy Pellicane with six goals. Devon Flinn chipped in by scoring three times for the Crimson (0-7).

Mountain Lakes 16, West Morris 7

Emma Harris, Hallie Walker, Victoria Kalamaras, and Allie LaBeau had three goals apiece for Mountain Lakes when it defeated West Morris 16-7 on Friday, April 13.

Megan Ryan, Casey Drollinger, Jackie Perry and Meredith Newfrock each contributed a goal. Casey drollinger had two assists and  Jackie Perry and Lizzie
Lee had one apiece.

Lauren Smith had a save for the Lakers and Sara Allison had seven saves in the second half.

Maggie Moroney had two goals and an assist for West Morris. Emily Delaney, Michaela Domaratzsky, Paige Burton and Megan Monaco had a goal each and Amy Moore had an assist. The Wolfpack's Pilar Gonzalez was superb in net with 15 saves.

Roxbury 11, Jefferson 10

Joelle Manganella scored her third goal of the game on a free position with 2:48 left and it wound up being the gamewinner for the Gaels on Friday, April 13.

Trailing 7-1 with five minutes left in the first half, Roxbury scored seven of the next eight goals to tie the game, 8-8, with 12 minutes left in the second half.

Danielle Wilk contributed four goals and two assists for the Gaels (3-4) and Rebecca Dobbins had three goals and two assists.

Kara Hodapp had a hat trick for Jefferson.

Montville 13, Glen Rock 8

Shelby Labe fired in six goals and Ashley Bello and Abby Haimson had three goals apiece when the Mustangs boosted their record to 6-1 on Friday, April 13.

Haimson had three assists for Montville.

For Glen Rock, the top scorer was McGara DeWan with three goals.

Morris Catholic 12, Wayne Hills 7

Junior midfielder Tara Sobierajski fired in 10 goals and had two assists when Morris Catholic defeated Wayne Hills on Wednesday, April 11.

Courtney Tolerico (two assists), Taylor Shanahan (goal), Lexie Finn (two assists) and Samantha Garzon (first varsity goal) were additional offensive standouts for the Crusaders (4-1).

Diamante Soto recorded three saves in goal.

Mount Olive 15, Lenape Valley 4

Junior Briana Shakespeare scored four goals to help send the Marauders past the Patriots and stay unbeaten after four games.

Nicole Amada, also a junior, had three goals and two assists and Alina Santana added three goals for Mount Olive in this game on Thursday, April 12.

Senior Alex Tepper finished with eight saves. 

Northern Highlands 10, Roxbury 6

Rebecca Corn had a game-high four goals, two in each half, to spark Northern Highlands (5-0) on Wednesday, April 11.

The game was tied 1-1 until 13:28 left in the first half when Northern Highlands reeled off three straight goals over the next 10 minutes.

After taking a 6-2 lead early in the second half, the teams exchanged goals the rest of the way. Joelle Manganella led Roxbury (2-4) with two goals.

Roxbury 12, Ramapo 11

Roxbury overcame a 6-5 halftime deficit and went on to register a 12-11 victory over Ramapo on Monday, April 9.

Rebecca Dobbins scored three of her four goals and Danielle Wilk scored four of her game-high six goals for the Gaels in the second half. Roxbury scored two goals 13 seconds apart with 14 minutes left that put Roxbury ahead for good.

Joelle Manganella and Amanda Beal had a goal apiece for the Gaels (2-3).

Villa Walsh 13, Scotch Plains 12

Junior Candace Pallitto scored the decisive goal off a free position shot with seconds left in the third overtime, lifting Villa Walsh to a victory over Scotch Plains in non-conference action on Wednesday, April 4.

For much of the game, the teams exchanged goals. The Vikings, who received seven goals from freshman Nicole Baiocco, and Scotch Plains were tied, 5-5, at halftime.

Taylor Medd connected twice for Villa Walsh (2-0). Jessica Racanelli, Daria Donato and Katie Mulcahy had a goal apiece. Pallitto had a pair of assists.

Elizabeth Schiller and Julie Hagan had three goals each for Scotch Plains (1-1).

Glen Rock 13, Roxbury 9

Glen Rock had five goals during the last six minutes of the first half to go up 8-4 en route to a win over Roxbury on Tuesday, April 3.

The Gaels (1-1) fought back, getting three goals in the first five minutes of the second half but were unable to take the lead.

Rebecca Dobbins had three goals an assist for Roxbury. Joelle Manganella and Danielle Wilk added two goals each.

Catherine Tatigan and Fiona McDonald paced Glen Rock (1-1) with three goals apiece. 

Villa Walsh 10, Madison 9

Villa Walsh, down 4-0, took charge right before halftime and went on to defeat Madison in girls lacrosse action on Monday, April 2.

Junior Candace Pallitto had five goals, including what proved to be the gamewinner, and four draw controls for the Vikings, who strung together six consecutive goals to pull ahead 6-4 by halftime.

Freshman Nicole Baiocco notched three goals for Villa Walsh (1-0). Amelia Murcott had four goals for Madison (0-2).

Vikings goalie Caleigh O'Connor finished with seven saves.

Roxbury 14, Morristown-Beard 12

The Gaels (1-0) scored the first five goals after halftime and seven of the first eight goals in the second half to take charge of the game and gain a 12-9 advantage on the way to victory.

Roxbury, which was behind 8-5 at halftime, was boosted by four goals apiece by senior midfielders Danielle Wilk, Rebecca Dobbins and Allie Urban.

Morristown-Beard (0-1) received five-goal efforts from Lizzie Pellicane and Devon Flinn.


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