Meghan Wisniewski scored her first career goal after taking a pass from Elena Wolfe, helping Parsippany to a 1-0 lead en route to a 2-1 victory over Dover on Friday, Sept. 14.
Wolfe recorded the Red Hawks' second goal in the second half, converting a pass from Daniella Spillert. Dover's goal came off a penalty kick by Olivia Davidovich.
Lauren Scalfani made two saves for Parsippany, which outshot the Tigers, 19-3.
Pequannock 9, Boonton 2
Junior Kate DeLellis led the Golden Panthers with a hat trick and two assists on Friday, Sept. 14.
Another junior, Kendall Machak, contributed two goals. Machak now had four goals and two assists in three games.
Sophmore Nicole Benway (2 goals, 3 assists), freshman Carly Klimek (goal) and freshman Dana Scielleri (goal) were additional offensive standouts. Olivia Schreiber, a junior, made nine saves.
Mendham 2, Randolph 2
The Rams knotted the score on goals by Anna Conklin and Stephanie Gonnella late in the second half on Thursday, Sept. 13
Paige Seavey scored a goal at 20:15 of the first half to give Mendham (0-2-1) a 1-0 lead. Alex Young made it 2-0 with 15 minutes to go. Becky Gohsler assisted on both goals. Randolph (0-1-1) then scored two goals over the next seven minutes.
Paige Terwilliger made eight saves for Mendham and Rachel Fennell made seven for Randolph.
Morristown-Beard 2, Whippany Park 1
Dani Kobat's goal in the 78th minute snapped a 1-1 deadlock and boosted Morristown-Beard to victory over Whippany Park on Wednesday, Sept. 12.
Kristin Alwell scored for Whippany Park, giving it a 1-0 lead in the 26th minute.
Alexa Cozzarelli made eight saves for the Wildcats (2-1).
Kinnelon 7, Boonton 0
Casey Gray recorded a hat trick and Ingrid DiClemente had a pair of goals and two assists for the Colts on Wednesday, Sept. 12.
Dani deTorres and Rachel Ulicini put in Kinnelon's other two scores.
Emily Kelly (17 saves) and Grace Kobilarcik (11 saves) had a busy day in goal for the Bombers.
Morris Catholic 8, St. Elizabeth 0
Tara Sobierajski scored her ninth, 10th and 11th goals of the season to spark the Crusaders (4-0) on Wednesday, Sept. 12.
Sam Garzon, a junior forward, also had a hat trick in her first game after sitting out with an injury.
Sophomore Jillian Sudo, also sidelined with an injury, returned to score a goal and pass for an assist.
Pequannock 3, Mountain Lakes 1
The Golden Panthers evened their record at 1-1 as Kendall Machak scored twice on Wednesday, Sept. 12.
Machak also was credited with an assist. Nicole Benway also scored for Pequannock.
Whippany Park 2, Parsippany 1
Kristin Alwell struck for two goals to propel Whippany Park past Parsippany on Monday, Sept. 10.
Dina Sheira had a two assists and Christina Boyadjis had one.
Wildcats goalie Alexa Cozzarelli made eight saves to earn the shutout.
The Red Hawks' goal was by Elena Figueroa.
Whippany Park 1, Hanover Park 0
Dina Sheira scored a header goal off a Megan Lee corner kick in the 38th minute of the first half and the goal held up, giving Whippany Park a 1-0 victory over Hanover Park in the opener for both teams on Thursday, Sept. 6.
Alexa Cozzarelli and Megan Gallagher combined for four saves to earn the shutout in goal.
It was the first career victory for Wildcats coach Marc Dovico.
Morris Catholic 8, Boonton 1
Tara Sobierajski scored four goals and freshman Stella Johnson connected twice to lift the Crusaders on Thursday, Sept. 6.
Isabella Bucci and Amanda Migoya also tallied and Kayla Murphy made three first-half saves in the season opener for both teams.
Rhiannon Groll scored for the Bombers.