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Falcons record two tournament victories

Dianna Gatto and Anna Carlson drove in runs in the sixth inning to spur Jefferson to a 2-0 win over Ramsey at Cedar Grove's Black and Gold Tournament on Saturday, April 13.

The Falcons (7-0) received hits from Gatto, Katie Lisa, Amanda Delfino and Claudia Tietz.

Melissa Jurkiewicz registered four strikeouts and gave up six hits.

Jefferson 14, Cranford 0

Lauren Gutowski had two hits and two RBIs when Jefferson blanked Cranford in Cedar Grove's Black and Gold Tournament on Saturday, April 13.

Anna Carlson, Katie Lisa and Kayla Weber had two RBIs apiece for the Falcons. Claudia Tietz went 3 for 5.

Melissa Jurkiewicz did not allow a run over the first five innings. She allowed three hits and struck out one before giving way to Gabby Puglis.

Whippany Park 11, Paramus Catholic 1

Whippany Park received three hits and four RBIs from Ashley Belott when they defeated Paramus Catholic at Cedar Grove's Black and Gold Tournament on Saturday, April 13.

Winning pitcher Jenn Sanislo also rapped out three hits, including two doubles, and drove in a run to help her own cause. Sanislo yielded two hits while striking out three in the five-inning game.

Jamie Rehus tripled for Whippany Park and knocked in a run.

Whippany Park 6, Cranford 0

Jenn Sanislo, a senior right-hander, threw her second no-hitter of the day, buoying Whippany Park with a eight-strikeout, one walk effort at Cedar Grove's Black and Gold Tournament on Saturday, April 13.

Sam Mellea drove in two runs for the Wildcats. Courtney Simon, Ashley Belott and Rachel Grabowski each had an RBI.

Cranford's hits came off the bats of Ali Verrilli and Julie Siragusa.

Morris Knolls 9, Hanover Park 4

Ashley Lesch pitched a complete-game five-hitter to power the Golden Eagles in action at the Cougar Classic on Saturday, April 13.

Lesch struck out five and walked four. Kim Felix and Gina Nappi had three hits each for Morris Knolls. Gionna Florey slugged a three-run home run to highlight a seven-run second inning for the Golden Eagles.

Chrissy Amendola had two hits and scored twice for Hanover Park.

West Essex 8, Morris Knolls 6

Monica Onorata's two-run double snapped a 6-6 tie in the top of the seventh inning to boost West Essex in action at the Cougar Classic on Saturday, April 13.

The Knights trailed 6-5 going into the seventh. Jacqueline Schwartz drove in the tying run. Morris Knolls went up, 6-5, on Kim Felix's two-run single.

Jenny Shaw earned the pitching decision. Shaw, who hit a solo homer in the first inning, fanned three, walked one and was reached for 10 hits. Gina Nappi doubles and singles for the Golden Eagles (7-2).

Pope John 5, Paramus Catholic 0

Christina Marinaro had two of Pope John's 13 hits and knocked in two runs when the Lions blanked Paramus Catholic at Cedar Grove's Black and Gold Tournament on Saturday, April 13.

Kaylee Powers, Mary Adams and Adrianna Barone had Pope John's other RBIs.

Barone, the winning pitcher, struck out one and walked five.

Ramapo 7, Pope John 6

Pope John outhit Ramapo 11-8 but fell in this game at the Black and Gold Tournament in Cedar Grove.

Mary Adams and Adrianna Barone shared the pitching duties for the Lions.

Four players, including Julia Engdahl, had two hits for Pope John.

West Orange 1, Morris Knolls 0

Jazz Randall's single with two outs in the top of the seventh drove in the game's only run when previously winless West Orange shocked Morris Knolls 1-0 on Thursday, April 11.

Nina Levintin, who doubled, scored the run. West Orange, now 1-5, had five hits.

Jaime DeAngelis, the winning pitcher, gave up six hits and did not have a strikeout. She walked one and hit a batsman. The Golden Eagles are 6-1.

Pope John 3, Whippany Park 2

Kaylee Powers, Toni Santonastasso and Adrianna Barone knocked in runs for the Lions when they trimmed Whippany Park on Thursday, April 11.

Powers had three hits, including a double, and Christina Marinaro had two hits. Kaitlyn Morrison also doubled for Pope John (4-2). Winning pitcher Mary Adams went the distance, striking out three, walking two and scattering eight hits.

Courtney Simon (2 for 4) and Nicole Romanowsky had RBIs for Whippany Park (4-2). Jenn Sanislo absorbed the loss. Sanislo gave up nine hits, struck out five and walked none.

Parsippany Hills 9, Morristown 4

Kaitlyn Jansen, who had four RBIs, broke a 3-3 deadlock in the bottom of the fourth inning with a two-run double and then scored on a fielder's choice on Wednesday, April 10.

The Vikings tacked on two additional runs in the bottom of the sixth as Mackenzie Brown and Kylie Taylor both tripled and scored.

Brown had two hits and scored twice while Taylor drove in two runs. Kaitlin Anderson had two hits and Katrina Colquhoun tripled and scored for the Colonials.

Parsippany 12, Dover 2

The Red Hawks pounded out 16 hits, including three by Amanda Angulo, and defeated Dover on Wednesday, April 10.

Winning pitcher Victoria Rossi helped herself, going 3 for 4 with three RBIs. Alex Rigoli, who went 2 for 4, also had three RBIs.

Rossi pushed her record to 4-1 with a three-hitter.

Madison 9, Villa Walsh 1

Kristina Qualben had two hits and two RBIs and Stephanie Deeb had three hits and an RBI for Madison versus Villa Walsh on Wednesday, April 10.

Deeb notched the pitching victory. Annie McCluskey and Juliana Strelec had hits for Villa Walsh.

The game was called after five innings due to thunderstorms.

Morris Knolls 8, Morris Hills 2

The Golden Eagles scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth and went on to upend Morris Hill on Wednesday, April 10.

Mia Baldassari, Kim Felix and Alyssa Stango had RBI doubles in the sixth for Morris Knolls. Madi Housel drove in a run with a RBI single.

Stango finished with two hits and three RBIs. Baldassari had two hits and a RBI for the Golden Eagles (6-0).

Jefferson 6, Kittatinny 1

Anna Carlson and Claudia Tietz had two hits and two RBIs apiece when the Falcons beat Kittatinny on Wednesday, April 10.

Melissa Jurkiewicz fanned 10, walked none and scattered five hits.

Butler 3, Holy Angels 1

Freshman shortstop Aleks Apkarian lashed a two-run, bases-loaded single in the eighth inning to boost Butler over Holy Angels on Tuesday, April 9.

Apkarian finished 4 for 4 with three RBIs for the Bulldogs, now 5-0.

Other hitting standouts for Butler were Ally Spellman (two hits, two runs scored) and Larissa Spellman (double, RBI). Spellman struck out nine and scattered five hits.

Hopatcong 10, Vernon 2

Samantha Kufta rapped out two hits and scored three runs to spur the Chiefs on Tuesday, April 9.

Hannah Bibeault had two hits and drew a walk for Hopatcong (3-2). Kelsey Spaziani and Taylor Tighe also had two hits for the winners.

Jennifer Lancellotti knocked in two runs for Vernon.

West Morris 9, Morristown 0

Courtney Chase went 4 for 4 with an RBI and two runs scored when the Wolfpack (3-1) defeated Morristown on Tuesday, April 9.

One of Chase's hits was a triple. Allie McCourt added three hits and scored three runs.

Jamie Fesinstine picked up the pitching victory with a three-hitter and four strikeouts.

Morris Tech 15, Bloomfield Tech 1

The hitting and pitching of freshman Jillian Marchione propelled the Devils past Bloomfield Tech.

Marchione had 10 strikeouts and also slugged a home run. Kim Kostrowski and Jen Martin homered, knocking in three runs apiece.

A third homer came off the bat of Gianna Andreotta. Michele Oller smacked a pair of doubles.

Pope John 11, Montville 0

Pope John, which received three hits and four RBIs from Kaylee Powers, shut out Montville on Monday, April 8.

Powers doubled and homered for the Lions (3-1). Toni Santonastasso had three hits, including a double, and Adrianna Barone had three hits and drove in two runs. Kaitlyn Morrison had two hits and two RBIs for Pope John.

Winning pitcher Adrianna Barone pitched a complete game, string out two and scattering seven hits.

Morris Knolls 3, Mount Olive 0

Junior right-hander Ashley Lesch pitched a three-hitter to help the Golden Eagles blank Mount Olive on Monday, April 8.

Madi Housel and Gina Nappi drove in first-inning runs for Morris Knolls (5-0) with singles. 

The Marauders' hits came off the bats of Taylor Beck, Cathy Drury and Alyssa Cartier.

High Point 5, Vernon 0

Ally Frei's perfect game and 21 strikeouts buoyed the Wildcats on Monday, April 8.

Carly Satter and Collette LeDuc rapped out two hits and scored two runs each.

Chelsea Eckert had a RBI base hit.

Whippany Park 15, Morristown-Beard 0

Jenn Sanislo continued her hot hitting and effective pitching when the Wildcats shut out Morristown-Beard on Monday, April 8.

Sanislo, a senior, had two hits and three RBIs. She struck out 11 and walked two in the five-inning game. Sam Mellea (3 for 4) drove in a run for Whippany Park (4-1).

Alexa Cozzarelli, Alison Gleichmann and Mellea knocked in runs.

Butler 5, Sussex Tech 2

Brianne Lipinski's run-producing single snapped a 1-1 tie for the Bulldogs.

Aleks Apkarian slugged a double in the three-run fifth inning when Butler went up, 5-2.

Cheyanne Hamler topped Sussex Tech with two hits.

Jefferson 12, Hackettstown 0

Anna Carlson had a pair of hits and knocked in three runs for the Falcons on Monday, April 8.

Claudia Tietz chipped in with two hits and two RBIs. Katie Lisa doubled, singled and ended with two RBIs.

Anna Carlson added a single and a double, a run scored and three RBI for the Falcons (4-0).

Chatham 3, Roselle Park 0

The Cougars evened their record at 2-2 as Candace DeVito went 3 for 3 with two RBIs and Kendall Davies rapped out two hits.

DeVito doubled twice and knocked in three runs while Davies scored two runs.

Winning pitcher Susie Wolsch went the distance, allowing two hits.

Boonton 5, Kinnelon 0

Amanda Nardone had two hits and knocked in a pair of runs to pace the Bombers on Monday, April 8.

Kylie Morgan, a senior righty, surrendered three hits and notched 10 strikeouts.

Anna Lee Smith and Kelly Whritenour had two hits apiece for Boonton, which took a 3-0 lead in the second inning.  

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