Jan. 19 roundup: Randolph and West Morris pick up big divisional wins


Randolph 3, Madison 1
Jordan Cross had a goal and an assist to lead Randolph to a 3-1 win over Madison at Mennen Arena.

Jase Zangara and Andrew George each scored for Randolph (5-4-3), which built a 3-0 lead before surrendering a shorthanded goal to Madison’s Sam Gero late in the game.

Connor Thomas stopped 19 of 20 shots for Randolph, which moved into second place in the Mennen Division with the win with a 4-2-1 divisional record.

Madison fell to 4-10-1 overall and 1-6 in the Mennen Division.

West Morris 4, Gill St. Bernard’s 3
Benjamin Willmott had a goal and two assists and Max Michalski had three assists to help West Morris hold off Gill St. Bernard’s, 4-3 at Mennen Arena.

Zach Knoph had a goal and an assist for West Morris, which improved to 9-3 overall and moved up to third place in the Haas Division with a 4-3 record. Benjamin Barnhill and Michael Ferry each had a goal in the win.

Christian Mote had a goal and an assist, while Porter Clark and Logan Mote each scored for Gill St. Bernard’s. The Knights fell to 3-3-1 overall with a 1-3 Haas record, and currently sit in fifth place in the division.

Morris Catholic-St. Elizabeth 5, Parsippany Regional 1
Aidan Dominick scored twice to lead Morris Catholic-St. Elizabeth to a 5-1 win over Parsippany Regional at Mennen Arena.

It marked the first Charette Division win of the year for Morris Catholic, which improved to 1-3-1 in the division with a 4-6-3 overall record. Nicholas DiGeronimo had a goal and an assist, while Evan Lord and Tyler Raucci each had a goal in the win. Daniel Mark made 13 saves.

Kyle Kirk scored the lone goal for Parsippany Regional, which fell to 0-10 overall with an 0-6 Charette record.

Girls: Morristown-Beard 5, Trinity Hall 3
Lilli Warnock had a hat trick for Morristown-Beard in a 5-3 win over Trinity Hall at Twin Oaks Ice Rink.

Morristown-Beard trailed, 2-0 early in the first period, before Warnock recorded a natural hat trick which was capped off with a second period power play goal to give her team the lead. Logan Sutera added a shorthanded goal, before Jessica Sperling capped the scoring for her team late in the second.

Sperling finished with a goal and two assists in the win. Gracie Meyers made 11 saves, as Morristown-Beard improved to 6-0.

Girls: Randolph 5, Madison 3
Steph Martin had a hat trick to lead Randolph to a 5-3 win over Madison at SportsCare Arena.

Lexi Campbell and Joelle Yurchuk each had a goal and an assist for Randolph, which improved to 4-4. Stephanie Xhumba made 19 saves in the win.

Maya Tahl had two goals for Madison, which dropped to 0-5 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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