Randolph got off to a strong start, scoring three runs over the first three innings on the way to a 6-3 victory over Parsippany Hills on Friday, May 11.
Victoria Conklin doubled and knocked in two runs for the Rams, who improved to 11-9.
Tara Barnett also drove in a run for Randolph.
Kinnelon 11, Mountain Lakes 3
The Colts' Morgan Browning continued her hot hitting streak, going 4 for 5 with four RBIs against the Lakers on Friday, May 11.
Alyssa Schwed added three hits and two RBIs for Kinnelon (12-8).
Jennifer Bertollo, Sarah Galese, Kathryn Waldrop, Samantha DeClario and Cara Marzullo had two hits apiece. Emily Alberts' two hits paced the Lakers.
Jefferson 11, Sparta 6
Anna Carlson's three hits and four RBIs paced the Falcons' attack when they registered a victory over Sparta on Friday, May 11.
Amanda Gerritsen rapped out two hits for Jefferson (14-6). Alyssa Sanchez knocked in two runs for the winners. Gerritsen and Carlson both doubled.
Melissa Jurkiewicz struck out eight, walked none and scattered six hits to earn the pitching victory. Sparta is 12-10.
Roxbury 4, Morristown 0
Junior center fielder Holly Arentowicz had a big day at the plate for the Gaels, doubling, homering and knocking in four runs in a win over Morristown on Friday, May 11.
Roxbury's other hits came off the bats of Katelyn Milling, Allison Snyder and Dana Brady.
Winning pitcher Ashtin Helmer yielded two hits, struck out eight and walked none for the Gaels (10-8).
Whippany Park 13, Morristown-Beard 0
The Wildcats, buoyed by Ashley Belott (3 for 3, three RBIs), shut out the Crimson in a five-inning game on Friday, May 11.
Sam Mellea and Lindsay Cashen also had multiple hits for once-beaten Whippany Park, going 2 for 3 with two RBIs, and 2 for 2 with two RBIs, respectively.
Hannah Guenther and Christina D'Alessandro had hits for Morristown-Beard.
Kinnelon 9, Mountain Lakes 1
Katie Veltri and Morgan Browning each went 3 for 4 with an RBI to spark Kinnelon when it beat Mountain Lakes on Thursday, May 10.
Kayla Rosenberg, the winning pitcher, added two hits and three RBIs for the Colts (11-8).
Rosenberg went the first five innings, allowing two hits and striking out three. Grace Carvalho went the last two innings, striking out one.
Mountain Lakes' hits were by Katie Doerig and Kelly Breslauer.
Roxbury 9, Parsippany Hills 0
The Gaels, behind Holly Arentowicz's two hits and three RBIs and Ashtin Helmer's three-hitter, blanked the Vikings on Thursday, May 10.
Allison Snyder chipped in with two hits and two RBIs. Helmer, a senior lefty, struck out 11 and walked none.
Whippany Park 10, Mountain Lakes 0
Whippany Park, sparked by Jenn Sanislo's no-hitter, sent its record to 18-1 by beating Mountain Lakes 10-0 on Wednesday, May 9.
Hannah Mucerino, Brianna Cetrulo and Taylor Trifiolis drove in two runs apiece for the Wildcats. Sam Mellea and Cetrulo each had a pair of hits. Jamie Rehus doubled for Whippany Park.
Sanislo, a junior, struck out 12 and walked none in the five-inning game.
West Morris 2, Roxbury 1
Kelsey Brown's RBI triple drove in what proved to be the game-winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning for the Wolfpack.
Becca Raymond, who singled and moved to second on a sacrifice bunt, scored the decisive run.
Raymond had an RBI double to give West Morris a 1-0 lead in the third inning. Roxbury scored in the top of the fourth on Ashtin Helmer's RBI double.
Jamie Fesinstine went the distance, striking out six, walking three and allowing three hits. Helmer struck out eight, walked two and surrendered four hits.
Pope John 1, Sparta 0
Brooke Powers drove in the game's only run in the top of the third inning and it stood up, enabling the Lions to trim the Spartans on Wednesday, May 9.
Sparta's three hits were by Powers, her sister, Kaylee, and Christina Marinaro.
Winning pitcher Brooke Powers struck out three, walked one and moved her record to 14-7. Kim Puccio absorbed the loss despite striking out 11 and walking two.
Montville 13, Mount Olive 3
Montville, led by three RBIs apiece from Brittany Presto and Jade Tungul, raced out to a 7-0 lead against Mount Olive on Tuesday, May 8 and prevailed.
The victory was the 200th for Mustangs coach John Immediato. Immediato is in his 12th year as head coach.
Other big hitters for Montville (10-9) were Megan Patierno, who doubled twice and drove in two runs, and Sam Booth and Emily Mulligan, who had two hits apiece.
Jessica Shalongo, the winning pitcher, yielded five hits, struck out seven and walked one in the five-inning game.
Parsippany 3, Hopatcong 2
Parsippany scored a run in the bottom of the seventh inning, lifting it over Hopatcong, 3-2, on Tuesday, May 8.
Victoria Rossi drove in a pair of runs for the Red Hawks (5-13). Caitlyn Capurso and Kelly Serrao had two hits apiece to support the pitching of Samantha Pisillo (two strikeouts, one walk).
For Hopatcong, Julie Brennan, Samantha Kufta and Taylor Tighe had two hits each.
Pope John 15, Jefferson 2
The Lions (14-7) rapped out nine hits, including three by Christina Marinaro, and defeated the Falcons on Tuesday, May 8.
Marinaro finished with four RBIs. Also contributing to the attack was Ashley May (2 for 2, three RBIs). Winning pitcher Brooke Powers struck out five, walked two and gave up four hits in the five-inning game.
Jade Blanchard had two RBIs for Jefferson. Blanchard, Kaitlin Ventrice, Anna Carlson and Amanda Gerritsen had hits for the Falcons (13-6).
Madison 12, Villa Walsh 6
Alise Bassolino had two hits and knocked in four runs and Mackie Goodwin had two hits and two RBIs for Madison on Tuesday, May 8.
Bassolino and Goodwin both had doubles, Nicole Iannarone tripled and Catherine Zimmerman homered for the Dodgers (15-7).
Jessica Walsh had three hits for Villa Walsh.
Whippany Park 1, West Morris 0
A fourth-inning error enabled Whippany Park to nip West Morris on Monday, May 7.
Jenn Sanislo drew a two-out walk in the top of the fourth inning and Brianna Cetrulo followed with a base hit to left field, which was misplayed to allow the game's only run to score.
Sanislo, a junior, had 12 strikeouts to notch the win for once-beaten Whippany Park. She got out of jams in the second, sixth and seventh innings.
Jamie Fesinstine pitched a complete game with eight strikeouts and one walk for West Morris. The Wolfpack had four hits off Sanislo. Allie McCourt, Kat Spilman, Becca Raymond and Emma Collins had hits for West Morris.
Pequannock 11, St. Mary (Rutherford) 0
Senior righty Dana Nielsen fired a no-hitter, striking out 15 and walking one for Pequannock on Monday, May 7.
Ally Thomas went 3 for 3, including a home run, and had three RBIs for the Golden Panthers (18-2).
Additional offensive standouts were Dana Torchia (2 for 3), Bridget Carr (two RBIs), Melissa Tahan (two RBIs) and Tiffany Thumann (two RBIs).
Morris Knolls 9, Blairstown 2
Tori Clarke went 2 for 3 with a double and two RBIs and Kelsey Hanson had a bases-clearing triple in the six-run third inning to spark Morris Knolls on Monday, May 7.
Maggie Shaw hit a triple and scored a run for the Golden Eagles.
Ashley Lesch was the winning pitcher, striking out 10, walking two and surrendering two hits. Julia Dioguardi and Megan Fox each had a hit for
Pope John 2, Roxbury 1
Toni Santonastasso and Haley Chrobock drove in runs for the Lions (13-7) when they trimmed the Gaels on Monday, May 7.
Winning pitcher Brooke Powers helped herself with two hits.
Powers moved her pitching record to 12-7 with an eight-strikeout, two-walk performance.
Villa Walsh 12, Mountain Lakes 0
Freshman Jessica Walsh pitched a one-hitter, striking out four, and Caitria O' Shaughnessy had two-run singles in the second and third innings and an RBI groundout in the sixth inning and finished with five RBIs for Villa Walsh in action on Monday, May 7.
Jenna Fazzini added to the offense with a second-inning RBI single and a two-run double in the third inning. Mountain Lakes shortstop Emily Alberts singled in the fourth inning for Mountain Lakes' only hit.
Lakers pitcher Abby Davidson struck out 10. Villa Walsh improved to 8-9.
Kinnelon 11, Morristown-Beard 1
Center fielder Morgan Browning (2 for 2, two RBIs, double) and shortstop Alyssa Schwed (2 for 3, two RBIs) were among the offensive standouts for the Colts on Monday, May 7.
Sarah Galese also had two hits for Kinnelon (10-8). Grace Carvalho, who pitched the first four innings, gave up two hits and struck out two.
Hannah Guenther had two hits and knocked in a run for the Crimson (0-15).
Morristown 3, Morris Knolls 2
Senior catcher Jen Donlin singled to center field off a 1-2 pitch with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning to snap a 2-2 deadlock and lift Morristown to victory over Morris Knolls on Friday, May 4.
Alex Gleason singled with one out in the seventh for Morristown. Bev Hirschmann's sacrifice bunt moved Gleason to second. A wild pitch enabled Gleason to go to third. Nicole Rhoades walked and took second before Donlin delivered the decisive run.
Morris Knolls, which will play in the MCT final, used three consecutive singles to score in the top of the first inning. Maddie Housel knocked in Kiki Baldassari with a single to center field. Morristown went ahead 2-1 in the bottom of the fourth on Katrina Colquhoun's two-run single.
The Golden Eagles tied the score, 2-2, on Baldassari's RBI triple to center field in the top of the seventh inning.
Freshman pitcher Nicole Rhoades improved her record to 4-2. Baldassari and Ashley Lesch had two hits each for Morris Knolls.
Pope John 8, Morris Hills 3
Christina Marinaro had three hits and seven RBIs to send Pope John to a victory over Morris Hills on Thursday, May 3.
Marinaro, a junior second baseman, singled twice and hit a home run for the Lions (12-7).
Kaylee Powers went 3 for 3. Toni Santonastasso drove in Pope John's other run.
Winning pitcher Brooke Powers pitched a complete-game five-hitter, striking out six and walking four.
Parsippany Hills 1, Mount Olive 0
Erica Ruja's single plated the winning run with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning when Parsippany Hills edged Mount Olive, 1-0, on Tuesday, May 1.
Brianna Bettelli got on base with one out and went to second on Katie Schnabel's base hit before Ruja came through in the clutch.
Right-hander Molly Hoyt pitched a complete-game shutout, striking out 11, walking three and giving up three hits.
Pope John 5, Vernon 0
Pope John, behind the hitting of senior Brooke Powers, registered a 5-0 shutout victory over Vernon on Monday, April 30.
Powers ended with three hits, including a double and home run, and knocked in three runs for the Lions (11-6). Haley Chrobrock allowed five hits, struck out two and walked two to notch the pitching win.
Ashley May and Christina Marinaro also had RBIs for Pope John.
Roxbury 1, Mendham 0
Ally Snyder drove in the game's only run in the top of the sixth inning when Roxbury trimmed Mendham on Monday, April 30.
Snyder, Tina Ciacciarelli and Erica Figurelli had the lone hits for the Gaels (8-5).
Winning pitcher Ashtin Helmer was nicked for two hits. Helmer struck out six and walked none.
Mendham's hits came off the bats of Julie Gallagher and Shannon Smith.
Jefferson 13, Mount Olive 3
The Falcons (13-5) rapped out 12 hits, including two apiece by Amanda Gerritsen, Alyssa Sanchez, Sandra Federocko, Katie Lisa and Kaitlin Ventrice, and defeated the Marauders on Monday, April 30.
Sanchez and Ventrice knocked in three runs each. Both of Federocko's hits were doubles. Sanchez homered.
The big attack back Amanda DelGrosso, who sent her pitching record to 4-0. DelGrosso scattered four hits, struck out eight and walked one.
Mount Olive's hits came off the bats of Cathy Drury, Allyson Haggerty and Sarah Hess. The Marauders are 2-12.
Morris Knolls 7, Randolph 0
Senior shortstop Tori Clarke went 3 for 3 with a triple, two runs scored and an RBI for the Golden Eagles (13-5) when they shut out the Rams on Monday, April 30.
Whitney Ellenberg drove in two runs and Gina Nappi was 2 for 4 with a triple and a pair of RBIs.
Ashley Lesch sent her pitching record to 6-3 with a one-hitter. She struck out four and walked one.
Lauren Mastropierro singled for Randolph (7-9) in the bottom of the fourth inning.
Chatham 8, Hanover Park 0
The Cougars' four-run third inning was highlighted by RBI singles by Amanda Fazio and Kendall Davies and an RBI double by Kelly Winans on Monday, April 30.
Fazio and Davies also had RBI base hits in the fourth inning for Chatham. In addition to Fazio and Davies, Winans and Patricia Crigler had two hits apiece. Jenna Ioffredo and Charlotte Zukauckas scored two runs.
Raleigh Heap had three stolen bases. Fazio pitched a complete-game five-hitter, striking out seven and walking one.
Whippany Park 8, Kinnelon 2
Jenn Sanislo and Whippany Park boosted their records to 16-0 with another fine effort on Monday, April 30.
Sanislo gave up only three hits while striking out 13 and walking one. Kinnelon's Alyssa Schwed reached her for two hits and Kathryn Waldrop had one.
For Whippany Park, senior catcher Brianna Cetrulo had four hits and three RBIs. Cetrulo doubled twice. Ashley Belott had two hits and knocked in a run. Hannah Mucerino doubled and drove in three runs.
Boonton 11, Morristown-Beard 3
Anna Lee Smith led the way for Boonton with four hits, an RBI and three stolen bases on Monday, April 30.
Karena Noce tripled and added an RBI and Sarah Marini doubled in a run and Dana Doyle tripled in a run for the Bombers (13-2).
Kylie Morgan had two hits and knocked in three runs. She also picked up her 13th win of the season.
Morristown 9, Parsippany Hills 3
Jen Donlin and Vicki Perez had three hits each and Bev Hirschmann hit a solo home run in Morristown's four-run first inning on Monday, April 30.
Hirschmann later singled and scored again for the Colonials (6-7). Winning pitcher Mollie Forman went the distance, striking out five.
Kaitlyn Jansen had three hits and drove in a run for Parsippany Hills.
Pequannock 9, Madison 0
Eleni Lutas, Dana Nielsen, Ally Thomas and Dana Torchia had two hits each when the Golden Panthers (15-2) blanked Madison on Monday, April 30.
Nicole Hernandez and Dana Nielsen knocked in two runs apiece. Both of Torchia's hits were doubles.
Gina Martucci, the winning pitcher, struck out 15, walked none and yielded one hit.