Jan. 6 roundup: Humphries leads Morristown-Beard, Delbarton wins 5th straight

THURSDAY, JANUARY 6

Morristown-Beard 6, Madison 3
Hollis Humphries collected two goals and two assists to lift Morristown-Beard to a 6-3 win over Madison at Mennen Arena.

Andrew Low had a goal and two assists for Morristown-Beard, which improved its record to 6-4 with a 3-1 mark in the Mennen Division. Jake Ochab and Charlie Guida each had two assists, while Peter Cross, Noah Jones, and Nick Squashic each netted a goal in the win. Casey Connor made 17 saves.

Liam O’Hearen had a goal and an assist for Madison, which fell to 3-7-1 and is now 0-3 in Mennen play. Luke Wirth and Cormac McNamara each had a goal.

Delbarton 5, St. Peter’s Prep 0
Jack Genovese had a hat trick in Delbarton’s 5-0 win over St. Peter’s Prep at RWJ Barnabas Health Hockey House.

The win was Delbarton’s fifth in a row and improved its overall record to 10-1-1, with a 6-1-1 record in the Gordon Conference. Nick Faccone had a goal and an assist, while Duncan Stewart and Trip Pendy each dished out two assists. Dan D’Alessandro also had a goal in the win.

Jason Cai (13 saves) and Austin Kramer (5 saves) combined to earn the shutout.

Mount Olive-Hopatcong-Hackettstown 7, Montville 2
Christian Hertzig had two goals and an assist in Mount Olive-Hopatcong-Hackettstown’s 7-2 win over Montville at Mennen Arena.

Adam Twist and Liam Murphy each had a goal and two assists for MO/HO/HA, which improved to 10-2 with a perfect 5-0 record in the Haas Division. Frank Diloreto dished out three assists, while Ethan Tillery netted two goals. Tyler Dean had a goal and Ryan Twist had two assists. Nicholas Gargiulo made 27 saves in the win.

Matthew Crowell and Matthew Trifari each scored for Montville (0-11-1).

Mahwah 2, Morristown 0
Despite out-shooting Mahwah 29-19, Morristown fell, 2-0 at Mennen Arena.

Morristown was unable to solve Mahwah netminder Harris Haber, who stopped all 29 shots he faced. Preston Mattesich and Anthony Miller each scored goals in the third period for Mahwah.

Dylan Peck made 17 saves for Morristown, which dropped to 6-3-2 with the loss.

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

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