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Fearless Journey sparks WM

WASHINGTON TWP. (Morris) _ Mimi Journey couldn't stop her hands from shaking prior to and during Monday's game against Chatham.

"I was extremely nervous," said Journey, a senior inner on the host West Morris field hockey team. "I realized it was an important game. I feel that my hands shaking helped me.

MCT Tennis underway

RANDOLPH _ Mountain Lakes' Nikki Rohan was aware of talented incoming freshman Emily Eckert and she decided there was no way she was going to surrender her first singles spot.

Mt. Olive gains first-round victory

MOUNT OLIVE _ Jessica McEntee and Ally Karle can't help but get excited when thinking about the possibilities for this season.

McEntee and Karle, captains of the Mount Olive volleyball team, had high expectations when their schedule got underway. Now, 12 matches into the 2011 campaign, they are more encouraged about what they and their teammates are capable of.

Marathon day for Chatham's Hanley

HOLMDEL _ The race was on well before Chatham's Tara Hanley reached Holmdel Park, site of the Shore Coaches Invitational Cross Country Meet.

Hanley's mad dash began at Millburn High School, where she took the SATs on Saturday.

Mendham figures out way to win

MENDHAM _ Fiery, in-your-face timeout speeches aren't Kathleen Tucky's style.

Tucky, the Mendham High School volleyball coach, takes a much different approach, leaving her players to determine how to escape difficult situations.

West Morris draws top seed for MCT volleyball

West Morris, looking to garner a third consecutive title, took the top seed for the 2011 Morris County Volleyball Tournament at Tuesday's seeding meeting at Roxbury High School.

The 22-team field also features Morristown (2), Randolph (3), Madison (4), Mount Olive (5), Mendham (6), Morris Knolls (7), Morris Hills (8), Whippany Park (9) and Chatham (10).

Madison No. 1 seed for MCT field hockey

BOONTON _ Seasons without several significant titles don't sit well with the Madison High School field hockey team.

The Dodgers claimed only the NJAC-Independence Division championship in 2010 and, of course, it wasn't enough.

Pequannock at its best vs. Red Hawks

PARSIPPANY _ Pequannock coach Barb Meloy had caught glimpses of it.

When the Golden Panthers were on their game, even if it was only in practice, they appeared to be unbeatable.

O'Connor's goal snaps tie for Wildcats

MORRISTOWN _ It was a bad habit, one that needed breaking.

Four out of five times, Whippany Park forward Cassie O'Connor said, she'd run into a defender while making her way down the field or into the scoring circle.

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