WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15
Morristown-Beard 6, Randolph 3
Hollis Humphries had a hat trick and an assist as Morristown-Beard erased an early two-goal deficit to snap a two-game losing skid in a 6-3 win over Randolph at Mennen Arena.
Randolph built a 2-0 lead in the first period on goals from Jacob Campbell and Jack Barry. Humphries, however, scored nine minutes into the second period, before tying the game up 15 seconds into the third period.
Andrew George gave Randolph the lead once again roughly four minutes later. But Charlie Guida, Andrew Low, Nick Squashic, and Humphries all scored in a span of 4:03 to give Morristown-Beard the win. Humphries’ goal was an empty-net goal to seal it with 1:48 to go in the third.
Julian Melendez made 18 saves for Morristown-Beard.
The win improved Morristown-Beard to 4-3 on the season, and it will take on Chatham on Friday in another key Mennen Division game. Randolph, on the other hand, dropped to 2-3 with a game against state-ranked Ramapo on the horizon for next Tuesday.
Morristown 5, Mountain Lakes-Boonton 0
Collin McKenna had two goals and an assist to help Morristown remain unbeaten with a 5-0 win over Mountain Lakes-Boonton at Mennen Arena.
Francis Zaklukiewicz and Eric Rider each had a goal and an assist for Morristown (4-0-1), which will next face Gov. Livingston on Friday.
Mountain Lakes-Boonton (2-2) will take on Morris Knolls-Hills on Monday.
Kinnelon-Jefferson-Sparta 1, Roxbury 1
Anthony Prunty had a goal for KJS United in its season-opener, a 1-1 tie with Roxbury at Mennen Arena.
Ryan Gibbons stopped 16 of 17 shots for KJS United. Roxbury buried a goal in the third period to tie it up. Mikey Guadagnino made 21 saves for Roxbury.
KJS United will take on Morris Knolls-Hills on Friday. Roxbury (0-3-1) will take on Mendham on Saturday.
Christian Brothers 6, Pope John 1
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