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West Morris tops Roxbury

Rebekah Katz's solo home run snapped a 2-2 deadlock in the bottom of the third inning and West Morris went on to gain an 8-2 victory over Roxbury on Tuesday, April 29.

The Wolfpack fell behind 2-0 in the first inning but battled back. Lizzie Raguseo drove in West Morris' first run. Alyson Raymond knotted the score, 2-2, with a solo homer in the lower half of the second inning. In the fourth inning, Kat Spilman had a bases-clearing double and scored on an error.

Winning pitcher Nicole Frank gave up eight hits, struck out three and did not walk a batter. Roxbury's Jess Diaz went 2 for 3 with a double and Frankie Formisano had a two-run single in the first inning.

Pequannock 13, Kinnelon 0

Christina Brizek's one-hitter and an 11-hit attack propelled the Golden Panthers on Tuesday, April 29.

Kellyann McClain went 3 for 3, including a triple, and drove in a run for Pequannock (11-2). Stephanie Pomante, Cassie Coviello and Rachel Pierson had two RBIs apiece.

Brizek struck out six and walked one. Erica Fromkin had the lone hit for the Colts (4-10).

Hanover Park 10, Whippany Park 0

The Hornets, behind Nikkiann Giaimo's two hits and four RBIs, shut out Whippany Park on Tuesday, April 29.

Giaimo and Nicole Petrovich (2 for 3, 2 RBIs) each had a home run.

Annie Sienrukos was the winning pitcher for Hanover Park, which pushed its record to 6-8. The Wildcats are 5-7.

Parsippany 10, Morristown-Beard 3

Megan Leitner (3 for 4, 6 RBIs) and Victoria Rossi (3 for 4, RBI) were the top hitters for the Red Hawks on Tuesday, April 29.

Veronica Shaw contributed two hits and two RBIs for Parsippany, which had a four-run fourth inning to gain a 9-2 lead.

The pitching win went to Caitlin Brennan, who went the distance, striking out 11 and giving up four hits.

Boonton 7, Blair Academy 6

Mackenzie Thompson's two-run single in the bottom of the sixth inning drove in the tying and winning runs for Boonton when it triumphed over Blair Academy on Monday, April 28.

The Bombers trailed 5-0 after four and a half innings but came within one run, 5-4, by scoring four times in the bottom of the fifth inning. Jordyn Ferrante's two-run home run and RBI singles by Bethany Hill and Anna Lee Smith accounted for the runs.

After three innings, Boonton had only two hits off Haley Chrobock, who struck out six of the first 10 batters she faced.

Jade Assad homered in the sixth inning, putting Blair up, 6-4. Winning pitcher Lauren Klemans walked three, struck out five and allowed three earned runs.

Morris Knolls 1, Randolph 0

The Golden Eagles (15-2) notched their second consecutive dramatic victory on Kelsey Hanson's RBI base hit in the bottom of the seventh inning on Monday, April 28.

Maggie Shaw reached on an error to start Morris Knolls' seventh. Marina Castelluzzo put down a sacrifice bunt. Hanson then drove in pinch runner Kasey Felix.

Raelyn Giansanti picked up the pitching victory with 5 2/3 innings of three-hit ball. She struck out six. Kelly O'Neill absorbed the loss for the Rams (6-6) despite striking out nine and surrendering four hits. O'Neill also slugged a double.

Hanover Park 5, Roxbury 0

Alex Cosenzo went 3 for 4 with two RBIs and Nicole Petrovich, Nicole Rothenberger and Nikkiann Giaimo each drove in a run for the Hornets on Monday, April 28.

Petrovich homered and Rothenberger finished with two hits for Hanover Park (5-8).

Roxbury (10-4) made five errors. Katelyn Lloyd had two hits for the Gaels.

Sparta 3, Belvidere 0

Kim Puccio fired a one-hitter and fanned 16 to pace the Spartans (9-6) in first-round Hunterdon/Warren/Sussex Tournament action on Monday, April 28.

Courtney McKenna went 3 for 3 and knocked in a run for Sparta. Gretchen Bowie rapped out two hits and scored a run. Shannon Monahan had a hit and scored twice.

Paige White had the lone hit for Belvidere (8-5). 

Parsippany Hills 12, Morris Catholic 6

Ali Walek had two hits, including a triple, and knocked in three runs to pace Parsippany Hills (4-7) on Monday, April 28.

Colleen O’Connor added two hits and drove in a run for the winners.

The Crusaders received two hits from Jeannie Kivlon.

Jefferson graduate proudly serves two towns
Morris Knolls defeats Sparta