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Kabat, Crimson shock Villa Walsh

Ninth-seeded Morristown-Beard pulled off the stunner of the day, nipping Villa Walsh 1-0 in Non-Public B action on Thursday, Nov. 7.

Dani Kabat connected off a Katie Hunt pass to provide the difference for Morristown-Beard.

Elizabeth Sengle earned the shutout on seven saves for the Crimson (11-9). Colleen Brennan stopped four shots for the top-seeded Vikings (12-6-2).

Morristown-Beard travels to fourth-seeded Montclair Kimberly Academy, a 6-2 winner over Dwight Englewood, in the next round.

Morris Catholic 2, Oak Knoll 0

Stella Johnson and Sarah Shirkey connected for second-seeded Morris Catholic in a 2-0 state tournament win on Thursday, Nov. 7.

Nicole Csutoros and Taylor Shannahan added assists and goalkeeper Jeanne Kivlon posted a shutout on five saves for Morris Catholic (21-6-1).

The Crusaders host third-seeded Eastern Christian, a 3-1 winner over Queen of Peace, in the next round.

Whippany Park 4, Science Park 1

Silvana Poulter scored twice, Dina Sheira had a goal and an assist and Natalie Turok also connected for the Wildcats (12-10) in this North Jersey Section 2, Group II game on Thursday, Nov. 7.

Seventh-seeded Whippany Park pulled away with a two-goal second half.

Bernards 2, Hanover Park 0

Goals by Lucy Gray and Montana Sutton enabled he Moutaineers to shut out Hanover Park in North Jersey Section 2, Group II play on Thursday, Nov. 7.

Fourth-seeded Hanover Park finishes at 9-7-1.

West Morris 1, Summit 0

Christina Hein's first-half goal was the difference in this North Jersey Section 2, Group III game held on Thursday, Nov. 2.

Ilissa Webb earned the shutout on six saves. The third-seeded Wolfpack 17-2-3 travel to Nutley next.

Nutley 2, Mendham 1

Julia Calabrese helped the seventh-seeded Minutemen end the season on a solid note.

Breanna Scarola made eight saves for the 11-10 team in this North Jersey Section 2, Group III game on Thursday, Nov. 7.

Governor Livingston 1, Morris Hills 0

Elizabeth Hall stopped seven shots for the Scarlet Knights when they fell in North Jersey Section 2, Group III state tournament action on Thursday, Nov. 7.

Fifth-seeded Morris Hills finishes at 15-7.

Glen Rock 1, Kinnelon 0 (shootout)

Glen Rock had the upper hand in the shootout, 12-11, and ousted Kinnelon from the state tournament.

The rivals had to battle through 100 minutes of play and three rounds of penalty kicks to decide a victor. Emily Kapr had two saves for the fourth-seeded Colts (17-4-1).

Wayne Hills 4, Montville 1

Carly DeNegris connected on Stephanie Maggio's feed to provide the Mustangs' last goal of the year in a North Jersey Section 1, Group III game.

Eighth-seeded Montville finishes at 12-8-2.

Randolph 3, Kearny 0

The Rams scored three times to advance to the semifinal round.

Fourth-seeded Randolph (17-2-2) travels to top-seeded Montclair in the next round.

Whippany Park 7, Harrison 0

Silvana Poulter erupted for four goals to power Whippany Park to victory over Harrison in a North Jersey Section 1, Group II first round game on Monday, Nov. 4.

Dina Sheira, Tania Bilanych and Gina Dello Russo also scored for the Wildcats (11-1). Sheira had three assists.

Megan Gallagher and Lynnie Tecza made one save apiece in goal.

Pequannock 7, Lenape Valley 0

Carly Klimek and Kendall Machak scored two goals apiece when the Golden Panthers shut out Lenape Valley in North Jersey Section 1, Group II opening-round action on Monday, Nov. 4.

Machak had a pair of assists for Pequannock (13-8).

Nicole Benway, Hannah Daley and Katie DeLellis also scored.

Pequannock 4, Madison 0

Kendall Machak recorded a hat trick and an assist to propel Pequannock to victory over Madison on Wednesday, Oct. 30.

Katie DeLellis had the other goal for the Golden Panthers (12-8).

Nicole Benway, Shannon Brown and Megan Kennedy had assists for the winners. Madison goalie Kristina Qualben had nine saves.

Mount Olive 2, Whippany Park 0

Goals off the foot of Emily Crowley and Nicolette Thorkildsen boosted the Marauders on Tuesday, Oct. 29.

Sydney Sandak and Sarah Fasino had assists for Mount Olive, now 10-8-1.

Marauders netminder Maggie Nolan stopped 11 shots on goal. Whippany Park, which received 15 saves from Megan Gallagher, is 10-10.

Whippany Park 5, Dover 0

Whippany Park, powered by Kate Cantrell's hat trick, registered a win over Dover on Friday, Oct. 25.

Natalie Turok contributed a goal and assist while Cara Schanz also scored.

Megan Gallagher had a three-save effort in goal for the Wildcats (10-9). Andrea Morales had 10 saves for Dover (3-13-1).

Pequannock 7, St. Elizabeth 0

Kendall Machak booted in a pair of goals and assisted on another score when Pequannock defeated St. Elizabeth on Tuesday, Oct. 22.

The Golden Panthers (11-7) also received two goals from Dana Scillieri. Megan Kennedy, Carly Klimek and Kristen Aikey also scored.

Gianna Falcone had 19 saves for St. Elizabeth (3-13-1).

Parsippany 1, Whippany Park 0

Salena LeDonne, a freshman, put in a goal following a breakaway with less then a minute left to send Parsippany to a win over Whippany Park on Monday, Oct. 21.

Goalie Daniella Spillert had 11 saves for the Red Hawks.

Whippany Park 1, Blair Academy 0

A first-half goal by Dina Sheira was the difference for Whippany Park when it edged Blair Academy on Wednesday, Oct. 16.

Sheira found the back of the net in the 25th minute and was assisted by Cara Schanz and Silvana Poulter.

Meg Gallagher had three saves for the shutout. The Wildcats improved to 8-7.

Pequannock 2, Mountain Lakes 0

Goals by Kristen Aikey and Katie DeLeillis paced the Golden Panthers to their 10th victory of the season on Tuesday, Oct. 15.

Assists were by Hannah Daley and Kendall Machak.

Olivia Schreiber had eight saves for Pequannock. Stephanie Allieri ad 12 saves for the Lakers (4-9-1).

Madison 1, Whippany Park 0

The Dodgers received a first-half goal from Bailey Hurst and it stood up, powering them past the Wildcats on Tuesday, Oct. 15.

Kristina Qualben made five saves in goal for Madison (7-4).

Whippany Park's goalie, Lynnie Tecza, had eight saves.

Whippany Park 1, Chatham 0

Freshman forward Silvana Poulter snapped a scoreless deadlock, scoring with 17 seconds left in overtime to lift Whippany Park to victory over Chatham on Friday, Oct. 11.

Kate Cantrell, a junior, had the assist for the Wildcats (7-6).

Lynnie Tecza had 12 saves for Whippany Park. Morgan Maltby had 12 saves for the Cougars (4-8).

Pequannock 3, Park Ridge 0

Pequannock received a pair of goals from Kendall Machak and a single score from Megan Kennedy when it blanked Park Ridge on Thursday, Oct. 10.

Kennedy, Katie Dara and Katie DeLellis had assists for the Golden Panthers (9-3).

Goalie Olivia Schreiber made 10 saves for the shutout.

Morris Knolls 3, Mount Olive 1

Corinne Bowe put in two goals and Chantal Perez added another to pace Morris Knolls on Thursday, Oct. 10.

Shannon Gleeson, Katie Gleeson and Kristen Bowe had assists for the Golden Eagles (7-5-1).

Mount Olive's Jennifer Amada had a goal.

Villa Walsh 2, Whippany Park 0

Grace Penders and Megan Lawlor found the back of the net when Villa Walsh shut out Whippany Park on Friday, Oct. 4.

Megan Gallagher stopped eight shots on goal for the Wildcats (6-4).

Colleen Brennan made four saves for Villa Walsh (7-3-1).

Whippany Park 2, Dover 0

First-half goals by Silvana Poulter and Danielle Cozzarelli highlighted Whippany Park's victory over Dover on Tuesday, Oct. 1.

Gina Dello Russo provided an assist for the Wildcats (6-3).

Megan Gallagher made four saves for the shutout.

Whippany Park 1, Morristown-Beard 0

Silvana Poulter's unassisted goal in the 62nd minute boosted Whippany Park to victory over Morristown-Beard in a Morris County Tournament preliminary-round game on Sunday, Sept. 29.

Megan Gallagher had three saves in goal for the Wildcats (5-3).

Elizabeth Sengle had 10 saves for Morristown-Beard (1-6).

Whippany Park 3, Morristown-Beard 2 (OT)

Dina Sheira had a pair of goals and Katie Cantrell added a score to highlight Whippany Park's double overtime victory over Morristown-Beard on Friday, Sept. 27.

Natalie Turok and Lauren Greenfield had assists for the Wildcats (4-3).

The Crimson's goals were by Ashley Magner and Dani Kabat. Morristown-Beard is 1-5.

Pequannock 3, St. Elizabeth 0

Carly Klimek connected for two goals when Pequannock shut out St. Elizabeth on Friday, Sept. 27.

Dana Scillieri chipped in with a goal. Taylor Carmichael had an assist and Katie DeLillis had two.

St. Elizabeth goalie Gianna Falcone made 24 saves.

Pequannock 4, Butler 0

Senior captain Kendall Machak had a hat trick, giving her six goals in two games, when Pequannock blanked Butler on Wednesday, Sept. 25.

Kristen Aikey added a goal. Machak had the assist. Another senior captain, Shannon Brown, played solid defense and aided the attack.

Sophomore sweeper Jennifer McGrogan made big plays and had excellent kicks for the Golden Panthers (5-1). 

Pequannock 7, Boonton 1

Senior Kendall Machak had three goals and two assists to pace Pequannock to a win over Boonton on Monday, Sept. 23.

Hannah Daley, a freshman, had two goals and an assist for the Golden Panthers.

Nicole Benway (goal, two assists), Dana Scilleri (one goal, one assist) and Kristen Akey (one goal) also scored.

Morris Catholic 2, Villa Walsh 1

Taylor Shannahan and Amanda Migoya, both seniors, had goals for Morris Catholic when it edged Villa Walsh on Friday, Sept. 20.

Jillian Sudo was on the assist side of both goals. Jeannie Kivlon finished with seven saves for the Crusaders (4-1).

Grace Penders scored for Villa Walsh, whose record is now 3-3.

West Morris 2, Mendham 0

Madison Schmitt and Madison Williams recorded goals for the Wolfpack when they shut out Mendham on Friday, Sept. 20.

West Morris (5-1) received an assist from Victoria Leyson.

Ilissa Webb earned the shutout in goal with an eight-save effort.

Pequannock 3, Kinnelon 2

Pequannock, behind a goal and an assist by Kristen Aikey, defeated Kinnelon.

The Golden Panthers (3-1) did all of their scoring in the second half to notch the come-from-behind victory.

Additional goals were scored by Kendall Machak and Dana Scillieri.

Randolph 2, Mendham 0

Goals by Anna Conklin and Dana Shalit propelled Randolph past Mendham on Thursday, Sept. 19.

The Rams (2-1) scored both of their goals in the first half.

Lori Bendick, Randolph's goalie, stopped four shots to earn the shutout.

Mount Olive 1, Morris Knolls 0

Elizabeth Hunter's first-half goal stood up as Mount Olive registered a win over Morris Knolls on Wednesday, Sept. 18.

Alex Amato assisted on the game's lone goal.

Marauders goalie Maggie Nolan made five saves to earn the shutout.

Morris Knolls 3, High Point 0

Morris Knolls received goals from Shannon Gleeson, Isabel Katz and Giulia Vitolo and blanked High Point on Monday, Sept. 16.

Alexandra Rankin and Chantal Perez had assists.

Giaci Vitolo made 13 saves to earn the shutout in goal. Jordan Jansen, High Point's goalie, finished with 13 saves.

Pequannock 2, Parsippany 0

Senior captain Kendall Machak opened the scoring, taking a pass from Taylor Cucci and dribbling around a defender before putting a shot in on the far post in a game on Monday, Sept. 16.

Carly Klimek recorded the second goal off a corner kick.

Goalie Olivia Schreiber ended with 15 saves for the Golden Panthers (2-0).

Whippany Park 3, Mt. St. Dominic 0

The Wildcats evened their record at 1-1 on Sunday, Sept. 15 as Silvana Poulter, Gina Dello Russo and Christine Jones scored goals.

Poulter, a freshman forward, also had an assist.

Megan Gallagher, a junior, turned in a three-save effort in goal.

Pequannock 2, Montville 1

Senior captain Kendall Machak tallied the game-winning goal with four minutes remaining to lift Pequannock over Montville on Monday, Sept. 9.

Dana Scilieri assisted on the decisive score. The Golden Panthers fell behind, 1-0, before junior Nicole Benway knotted the score.

In the second half, Olivia Schreiber made several outstanding saves in goal. Megan Kennedy provided solid play on the wing for Pequannock.


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