Villa Walsh will have the opportunity to defend its state title after defeating Morris Catholic 2-1 in a shootout in the North Jersey, Non-Public B final on Thursday, Nov. 12.
Penalty kicks by Juliana Saling, Gianna Villoresi, Reagan Sharkey and Alyssa Yarosz determined the outcome after the score was tied, 1-1, through regulation and two extra periods.
Sean Sinko finished with seven saves for Villa Walsh (14-8-3). Stella Johnson had a second-half goal for the Crusaders.
The Vikings will face a familiar opponent, Moorestown Friends, in Sunday's final at Kean University. Last season, the Vikings edged Moorestown Friends, 1-0, for the title.
Morristown-Beard 3, Parsippany 1
Morristown-Beard won its sixth game in a row, recording a win over Parsippany on Monday, Oct. 26.
Dani Kabat scord twice for the Crimson (13-3). Bridgette Monaghan chipped in with a goal. Sofea Stanton had two assists while Maggie Cotter set up another goal.
The defense, led by Cami Calafiore and Meg Damstrom, turned in another strong effort. Lizzy Sengle made eight saves. The Crimson have given up only 11 goals in 16 games.
Morristown-Beard 1, Newark Academy 0
Dani Kabat's goal was all the scoring Morristown-Beard would need when it gained a win over Newark Academy in a Prep B first-round game on Thursday, Oct. 22.
Bridget Monaghan had the assist. The win was the seventh in a row for the Crimson, whose defense was paced by Cami Calafiore, Meg Damstrom, Juliette Pike and Keegan Heher.
Lizzy Sengle made five saves to pick up the shutout in goal.
Whippany Park 4, Pequannock 1
Silvana Poulter's hat trick highlighted Whippany Park's victory over Pequannock on Wednesday, Oct. 7.
Natalie Turok also connected for the Wildcats, now 7-5.
Whippany Park goalie Kate Matrisciano made nine saves.
Morristown-Beard 1, Parsippany 0
Morristown-Beard, which received a goal from Dani Kabat, stretched its winning streak to six games with a victory over Parsippany on Thursday, Oct. 1.
The Crimson defense held Parsippany to one shot on goal in the second half. Leading that unit are Meg Damstrom, Cami Calafiore, Keegan Heher and Juliette Pike.
Lizzy Sengel picked up the shutout with three saves in net.
Pequannock 4, Kinnelon 3 (OT)
Dana Scillieri had a pair of goals and Jen Mcrogan and Kristen Aikey had one apiece to pace the Golden Panthers on Thursday, Oct. 1.
Hannah Daley had two assists for Pequannock (6-3).
Kinnelon's goals were by Ida DiClemente, Julia Kleczkowski and Tori Civil.
Kinnelon 2, Whippany Park 1
Kinnelon, which received goals from Olivia Eckstein and Julie Kleczkowski, topped Whippany Park on Wednesday, Sept. 30.
Sam VanZile and Ida DiClemente had assists for the Colts (6-2-1).
Nicole Verdi had the Wildcats' goal.
Pequannock 5, Boonton 0
Five different players - Katie Dara, Kayla Afflito, Kristen Aikey, Hannah Daley and Carly Klimek scored and had an assist for the Golden Panthers on Tuesday, Sept. 29.
Kayden Mobley had seven saves.
Whippany Park 2, Chatham 1
Goals by Nicole Verdi and Danielle Strashinsky sparked Whippany Park to a win versus Chatham in MCT first-round action on Sunday, Sept. 27.
Strashinsky had what proved to be the gamewinner, scoring off a pass from Natalie Turok. Gina Dello Russo had an assist for the Wildcats (5-3).
Sophia Reed put in the Cougars' goal in the first half.
Chatham 2, Morristown 1 (OT)
Grace Larson's goal, which was assisted by Lauren Carini, boosted Chatham over Morristown in overtime on Thursday, Sept. 24.
The win was the first of the season for the Cougars after three losses and a tie.
Olivia Perry scored for Morristown (2-4).
Pequannock 3, Villa Walsh 1
Pequannock gained a 2-1 lead in the first half on the way to a victory over Villa Walsh on Wednesday, Sept. 23.
Carly Klimek, Kristen Aikey and Jen McGrogan scored goals for the Golden Panthers (3-2).
The Vikings' goal was scored by Jeanine Aquino.
Roxbury 3, Chatham 0
Roxbury improved to 2-2-1 powered by two goals by Ashleigh Sarafin on Tuesday, Sept. 22.
Stephanie Williams also scored for the Gaels.
Cougars goalie Caroline Viscovich had seven saves.
Villa Walsh 2, Governor Livingston 1 (OT)
Villa Walsh received goals from Kate Murphy and Juliana Saling when it nipped Governor Livingston in overtime on Monday, Sept. 21.
Meghan Sharkey and Alyssa Yarosz had assists for the Vikings, who improved to 5-1.
Hannah Pennington scored for Governor Livingston.
Roxbury 3, Chatham 0
Ashleigh Sarafin had a pair of goals and an assist to spur the Gaels on Monday, Sept. 21.
The other Roxbury goal was by Stephanie Williams, who also had an assist.
Roxbury was up, 1-0, in the opening half and added on two more in the second half.
Morris Knolls 2, Montville 1
Corinne Bowe and Jessica Heitmann had a goal apiece to pace Morris Knolls to its first win on Monday, Sept. 21.
Romina Dichio and Kristen Bowe set up the scoring plays for Golden Eagles.
Larissa Iellimo had a second-half goal.
Morristown-Beard 11, St. Elizabeth 0
Dani Kabat struck for three goals and had four assists to boost the Crimson on Monday, Sept. 21.
Bridget Monaghan added two goals. Alli Esposito ended with two assists.
Elizabeth Kilgore made 23 saves for St. Elizabeth.
Morristown-Beard 2, Hanover Park 1
Morristown-Beard, which started six freshmen, triumphed in its opener on Saturday, Sept. 12, trimming Hanover Park.
Dani Kabat, who assisted on Bridget Monaghan's goal, tallied the decisive goal.
Goalie Lizzy Sengle put in a strong performance in goal.
Pequannock 3, Whippany Park 0
Katie Reda, Taylor Carmichael and Dana Scillieri connected for the Golden Panthers on Saturday, Sept. 12.
Scillieri and Carmichael also had assists for Pequannock, which evened its record at 1-1.
Skyler Troast came up with seven saves to earn the shutout in goal.
Sparta 3, Chatham 2 (OT)
Cayleigh Glew recorded her second goal 30 seconds into overtime, boosting the Spartans over Chatham on Friday, Sept. 11.
Kaitlin Meade had Sparta's other goal.
Kelsey Terry scored twice for the Cougars.
West Morris 2, Villa Walsh 1
Sophia Pescatore and Cassandra Montgomery connected to give West Morris a 2-1 opening day win over Villa Walsh on Friday, Sept. 4.
Juliana Saling scored for the highly-touted Vikings.
Watchung Hills 1, Roxbury 0
Sarah Oliviero stopped six shots for the Gaels in a setback to Watchung Hills on Friday, Sept. 4.
Ally Grunstein provided the only goal of the game.
Mountain Lakes 2, Jefferson 1
Goals by Sydnie Savarese and Sarah Monteleone provided the difference for the Lakers on Friday, Sept. 4.
Mountain Lakes goalie Lea Dredidio finished with 10 saves.
Mendham 2, Parsippany Hills 2 (2 OT)
Julia Farina connected off a Kirsten Hofsetter corner kick at 5:09 of the second overtime period to pull the Minutemen even on Friday, Sept. 4.
Farina assisted Meghan Donovan's first-half goal to give Mendham a 1-0 edge at the half. Lauren McLaughlin scored in the second half for the Vikings.
Montville 5, Hanover Park 3
Gianna Coppola fired a hat trick and Cayley McGrogan and Halle Fieldler also connected for the Mustangs on Friday, Sept. 4.
All of Coppola's goal were scored in the first half. Gabrielle Barquin, Anna Lazur and Alyssa Viegas scored goals for the Hornets.
Morris Hills 1, Parsippany 0
Ayla Lopez's second-half goal propelled the Scarlet Knights on Friday, Sept. 4.
Victoria Aspiazu earned the shutout on 10 saves.