Joelle Manganella scored her fifth goal of the game with three seconds remaining to lift Roxbury over Pequannock 15-14 on Monday, April 22.
Manganella's gamewinner came off a rebound. She also had three assists for the Gaels (6-3).
With 12:59 remaining, Hali Gruber tied the score, 10-10, for Roxbury. The Gaels scored two more goals within a minute of each other to build its biggest lead of the game, 12-10. With two minutes left, Pequannock evened the score, 13-13. Roxbury got a goal from Manganella with 51 seconds left. Ashley Tachon then struck for the Golden Panthers at 27 seconds.
Amanda Beal had a hat trick for Roxbury. Tachon accumulated nine goals, including five in the second half.
Roxbury 10, Ramapo 9
Roxbury trailed for much of the game before scoring the last two goals, including the gamewinner by Joelle Manganella, to trim Ramapo on Thursday, April 18.
Katie Cikovsky scored the game-tying goal with 8:54 left off an assist from Chelsea Artigliere.
Manganella connected for the decisive goal with 5:31 left. Cikovsky led Roxbury with a hat trick. Brittany VanCalcar led Ramapo with three goals.
Morristown 16, Roxbury 11
Morristown, which received five goals apiece from Brady Heher and Allie Ferrara, pulled away in the second half and notched a win over Roxbury on Tuesday, April 16.
The Colonials (4-2) triumphed despite playing most of the half down a player. The Colonials got a fourth yellow card with a little more than 20 minutes remaining.
Roxbury (4-2) was led by Joelle Manganella's five goals and two assists and Hali Gruber's goal and two assists. Sarah Langenahl had 10 saves for Morristown.
Roxbury 12, Glen Rock 8
Roxbury ran out to an 8-2 halftime lead en route to victory over Glen Rock on Friday, April 12.
Junior Jamie Kendelski had a hat trick and Katie Cikovsky added two goals and two assists for the Gaels.
Joelle Manganella scored all four of Roxbury's goals in the second half. Megann Sanderson finished with nine saves for Glen Rock.
Roxbury 12, Randolph 11
Roxbury fell into a 5-0 hole early on but recovered to post a 12-11 win over rival Randolph on Monday, April 8.
Chelsea Artigliere's goal with 3:54 remaining was the gamewinner.
Trailing 7-1 with just under five minutes remaining in the first half, Roxbury scored the last four goals before the break, including one with 23 seconds and one with five seconds left, to make it 7-5. At 8-8, Rachael Galipo scored her fifth and sixth goals of the game to build a 10-8 lead with 14:43 remaing.
Joelle Manganella led with four goals and three assists and Amanda Beal had a hat trick.
Roxbury 10, Mount Olive 7
Joelle Manganella registered five goals to power Roxbury past Mount Olive in lacrosse action on Saturday, April 6.
Amanda Beal added two goals for the Gaels. Megann Sanderson finished with six saves in goal.
For Mount Olive, Francesca Verrone recorded a hat trick.
Indian Hills 19, Roxbury 10
Natalie Carti scored eight goals in a dominant performance and led Indian Hills to victory over Roxbury on Thursday, April 4.
Roxbury held a 3-1 lead 12 minutes into the game but Indian Hills scored six consecutive goals to gain a 7-3 lead. The Gaels (1-1) cut their deficit to two, 7-5, but Carti added two more goals to stave off the threat.
Joelle Manganella had three goals for Roxbury. Hali Gruber had two.
Roxbury 7, Northern Highlands 6 (3 OT)
Joelle Manganella scored 50 seconds into the third extra period to lift Roxbury to a 7-6 triple overtime victory over Northern Highlands on Tuesday, April 2.
Roxbury rallied to tie the score with 5:11 left in regulation on a Chelsea Artigliere goal with 5:11 remaining in regulation.
Amanda Beal connected twice for Roxbury. Senior goalie Megann Sanderson finished with 14 saves.
Morris Catholic 10, Randolph 8
Tina Nassany scored five goals to pace the Crusaders on Tuesday, April 2.
Amanda Dezenzo registered a hat trick for the Rams.
Mendham 14, Kinnelon 7
Devon Russell had five goals and two assists and Gia Padavano and Becky Gohsler notched hat tricks for the Minutemen in action on Tuesday, April 2.
Heidi Annaheim had three goals and two assists and Nicole Belanger scored twice for the Colts.
Mountain Lakes 14, West Morris 4
The Lakers built a 10-1 halftime lead en route to a defeat of West Morris on Tuesday, April 2.
Jackie Perry scored five goals and Allie LeBeau had three goals and an assist for Mountain Lakes. Sydney Sapir notched a pair of goals for the Wolfpack.
Madison 21, Millburn 6
Molly Fisher scored five goals and Michelle Montagna had four goals and one assist in the Dodgers' triumph on Tuesday, April 2.
Fair Lawn 8, Pequannock 7
Jess Rigoglioso scored twice for the Golden Panthers on Tuesday, April 2.
Indian Hills 10, Montville 6
Abby Haimson had four goals and one assist for the Mustangs.