Dec. 8 roundup: Morris Knolls-Hills remains undefeated, Randolph rolls

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8

Morris Knolls-Hills 8, Madison 1
Kyle Thornton scored four times as Morris Knolls-Hills remained undefeated to start the year with a commanding 8-1 win over Madison at Mennen Arena.

Luke Dickerson dished out four assists for Morris Knolls-Hills, which is now 3-0 with all three wins coming against Mennen Division opponents. Matt Kuglin had two goals and an assist, Jake McCloud had a goal and two assists, while Graham Leonard had two assists. Ryan Murcer chipped in with a goal as well. Aidan Marvin stopped 20 of 21 shots to secure the win.

Sam Gero scored the lone goal for Madison, which fell to 0-4. Morris Knolls-Hills will next face Indian Hills on Friday, while Madison will look to secure its first win when it takes on Mountain Lakes-Boonton on Saturday.

Randolph 9, Roxbury 2
Jase Zangara netted four goals along with an assist as Randolph rolled past Roxbury, 9-2 at Mennen Arena.

Andrew George had a goal and an assist for Randolph, which improved to 2-1 in this divisional crossover matchup. Jack Barry, Alex Narcise, Jacob Campbell, and Nicholas Gaynor each had a goal. Jordan Cross and Jack Rueff chipped in with two assists apiece. Connor Thomas made 12 saves in the win.

Jake Calanni and Joe DiDomenico each had a goal for Roxbury (0-3). Randolph will face Mendham on Saturday, while Roxbury will face Kinnelon-Jefferson-Sparta on Friday.

High Point-Wallkill Valley-Kittatinny 3, Morris Catholic-St. Elizabeth 3
Gordon Shindelman scored two goals, including the game-tying goal with 4:40 left to help High Point-Wallkill Valley-Kittatinny secure a 3-3 tie with Morris Catholic-St. Elizabeth at Mennen Arena.

Shindelman and Luca Carnemolla both scored in the opening seven minutes of the game to give High Point-Wallkill-Kittatinny a two-goal advantage. Morris Catholic rallied though, as Aidan Dominick and Declan Norton scored 2:03 apart late in the second to tie the game, before Jonathan Tinney gave the team the lead early in the third.

Daniel Mark made 32 of 35 saves for Morris Catholic-St. Elizabeth.

High Point fell to 1-2-1, and will face Old Tappan on Saturday. Morris Catholic is 0-1-1 with a meeting with Bernards-Somerville-Middlesex on the horizon for Friday.

Coaches are asked to send their box scores to michaelgurnis@gmail.com for inclusion in our nightly roundups.

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