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NJSIAA Tournament, First Round, North 1, Group 1 girls soccer, Oct. 26

Mayla McLean’s second half goal proved to be the difference as fifth-seeded Lenape Valley knocked off 12th-seeded Kinnelon, 1-0, in the first round of the North 1, Group 1 tournament in Stanhope.It was McLean’s team-high 12th goal of the season, and helped Lenape Valley (12-5) earn a spot in Saturday’s quarterfinals, where it will face fourth-seeded Pequannock. Riely O’Brien made four saves to earn the shutout.Kinnelon fell to 9-7-2.Park Ridge 1, Pompton Lakes 0Amanda Cicero’s ...

Mayla McLean’s second half goal proved to be the difference as fifth-seeded Lenape Valley knocked off 12th-seeded Kinnelon, 1-0, in the first round of the North 1, Group 1 tournament in Stanhope.

It was McLean’s team-high 12th goal of the season, and helped Lenape Valley (12-5) earn a spot in Saturday’s quarterfinals, where it will face fourth-seeded Pequannock. Riely O’Brien made four saves to earn the shutout.

Kinnelon fell to 9-7-2.

Park Ridge 1, Pompton Lakes 0

Amanda Cicero’s second half goal lifted sixth-seeded Park Ridge to a 1-0 win over 11th-seeded Pompton Lakes in Park Ridge.

Francesca Burke had the assist on Cicero’s goal for Park Ridge (13-3-3), which will face third-seeded Hawthorne in the quarterfinals on Saturday.

Pompton Lakes fell to 9-9-1 with the loss.

Pequannock 3, Butler 0

Alex Ortega scored a goal and had an assist to lead fourth-seeded Pequannock to a 3-0 win over 13th-seeded Butler in Pequannock.

Shayla Osmanski and Gianna DiSimoni each scored a goal for Pequannock (15-2-2), which led, 1-0 at halftime. Emma Pielko made seven saves in the win.

Pequannock will face fifth-seeded Lenape Valley in the quarterfinals on Saturday.

Butler fell to 8-10-1.

North Warren 2, Saddle Brook 1

Anna Haselmann and Kyla Gillen each scored a goal for eighth-seeded North Warren in a 2-1 win over ninth-seeded Saddle Brook in Blairstown.

Lauren Palmer and Alaina Shramko each had an assist for North Warren (9-6-2), which led, 1-0 at halftime. Katelyn Galante made two saves in the win.

North Warren is set to take on top-seeded Waldwick in the quarterfinals on Saturday.

Isabella Sarra scored the lone goal for Saddle Brook (9-8-2).

Hawthorne 5, Emerson Boro 1

Sabrina DiFilippo and Sydney Hansen each contributed two goals and an assist to lift third-seeded Hawthorne to a 5-1 win over 14th-seeded Emerson Boro in Hawthorne.

Sophia Morel added a goal and two assists for Hawthorne (13-3-1), which built a 3-0 lead going into halftime. It will take on sixth-seeded Park Ridge in the quarterfinal on Saturday.

Victoria Sterinsky scored for Emerson Boro, which fell to 4-12 with the loss.

Waldwick 9, Cresskill 0

Isabel DiPasquale tallied two goals and two assists for top-seeded Waldwick in a 9-0 win over 16th-seeded Cresskill in Waldwick.

Kyra Rahulatharan tallied a goal and four assists for Waldwick (19-2), which will face eighth-seeded North Warren in the quarterfinals on Saturday. Morgan Nieman made two saves to earn the shutout.

Cresskill dropped to 7-12 with the loss.

Glen Rock 5, Wallkill Valley 0

Ryan Doyle and Nicole Crane each netted two goals to propel second-seeded Glen Rock to a 5-0 win over 15th-seeded Wallkill Valley in Glen Rock.

Katrina Biskobing also scored for Glen Rock (14-2-2), which clinched a spot in Saturday’s quarterfinals where it will take on seventh-seeded Kittatinny. Annie Leonard made two saves in the win.

Jackie Schels made 13 saves for Wallkill Valley (6-8-2).

Kittatinny 7, New Milford 2

Lola Brand and Kendra Deckert each scored a pair of goals to lead seventh-seeded Kittatinny to a 7-2 win over 10th-seeded New Milford in Fredon.

Taylor Hough and Abby Marra each dished out three assists for Kittatinny (12-3-2), which will face second-seeded Glen Rock in the quarterfinals on Saturday. Brooke Ginsberg made three saves in the win.

New Milford fell to 11-7 with the loss.

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Morris County Tournament boys soccer quarterfinals, Oct. 15

Junior Tyrese Brown’s second-half goal was enough to seal the win for seventh-seeded Morris Hills over second-seeded Randolph in Randolph.Morris Hills will next visit third-seeded Delbarton in the semifinal on Tuesday.Senior Erick Cortes assisted on Brown’s 55th-minute goal for Morris Hills (9-4), which won seven of its last eight matches. Senior goalie Ryan Walter finished with five saves.Randolph fell to 8-6-1.Delbarton 3, Mountain Lakes 1Senior Joshwin Jennings tallied a goal and an as...

Junior Tyrese Brown’s second-half goal was enough to seal the win for seventh-seeded Morris Hills over second-seeded Randolph in Randolph.

Morris Hills will next visit third-seeded Delbarton in the semifinal on Tuesday.

Senior Erick Cortes assisted on Brown’s 55th-minute goal for Morris Hills (9-4), which won seven of its last eight matches. Senior goalie Ryan Walter finished with five saves.

Randolph fell to 8-6-1.

Delbarton 3, Mountain Lakes 1

Senior Joshwin Jennings tallied a goal and an assist as third-seeded Delbarton stopped sixth-seeded Mountain Lakes 3-1 in Morristown.

Delbarton will next host seventh-seeded Morris Hills in the semifinal on Tuesday.

Seniors Luca Tusche and Josh Hepplewhite had a goal apiece for Delbarton (11-5), which won its sixth straight match. Senior Nate Zimmermann and junior Giuseppe Milelli each had an assist.

Senior Adrian LaGrevere scored for Mountain Lakes (8-1-3), which lost for the first time this season. Junior keeper Ian Falconer finished with seven saves.

Montville 3, Morris Knolls 1

Senior Patrick Ferrare scored twice to help lead fifth-seeded Montville to a 3-1 win over fourth-seeded Morris Knolls in Mendham.

Montville will next host ninth-seeded Mendham in the semifinal on Tuesday.

Junior Tanish Jawadekar scored as well while senior Ian Kaiser and junior Mack Dougherty each had an assist for Montville (8-4-2). Senior keeper Connor Ziolkowski had eight saves.

Morris Knolls (13-2) lost for the first time in eight matches and only the second time this season.

Mendham 1, Pequannock 0

Ninth-seeded Mendham snuck past 16th-seeded Pequannock in Mendham.

Mendham (7-7), which won its third straight match and earned its fifth shutout, will move on to visit fifth-seeded Montville in the semifinal on Tuesday.

Pequannock fell to 7-6-1.

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Field Hockey: Results and links for Tues., Oct. 25

The N.J. High School Sports newsletter now appearing in mailboxes 5 days a week. Sign up now and be among the first to get all the boys and girls sports you care about, straight to your inbox each weekday. Tuesday, Oct. 251-Shore 6, 9-Colts Neck 1 - Box Score3-Toms River North 3, 11-Lacey 0 - Box Score2-Point Pleasant Bor...

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Tuesday, Oct. 25

1-Shore 6, 9-Colts Neck 1 - Box Score

3-Toms River North 3, 11-Lacey 0 - Box Score

2-Point Pleasant Boro 9, 10-Central Regional 1 - Box Score

4-Wall 3, 5-Rumson-Fair Haven 0 - Box Score

BCSL

CAPE-ATLANTIC

Oakcrest 2, Pennsville 1 - Box Score

Salem 6, Bridgeton 1 - Box Score

COLONIAL

Haddon Heights 6, Northern Burlington 1 - Box Score

Haddonfield 2, West Deptford 0 - Box Score

CVC

Hightstown 1, Manchester Township 0 - Box Score

Allentown 3, Manalapan 0 - Box Score

Voorhees 4, Hopewell Valley 2 - Box Score

ESSEX/UNION

Scotch Plains-Fanwood 4, Hunterdon Central 1 - Box Score

Summit 7, Columbia 0 - Box Score

NEFHL

Northern Highlands 1, Lakeland 0 - Box Score

NJAC

St. Elizabeth 5, Koinonia 1 - Box Score

Pequannock 2, Boonton 0 - Box Score

OLYMPIC

Rancocas Valley 7, Burlington Township 0 - Box Score

SHORE

Hightstown 1, Manchester Township 0 - Box Score

St. John Vianney 4, Howell 2 - Box Score

Brick Memorial 3, Middletown North 2 - Box Score

Pinelands 9, Jackson Liberty 1 - Box Score

SKYLAND

Ridge 2, Pingry 1 - Box Score

Scotch Plains-Fanwood 4, Hunterdon Central 1 - Box Score

Voorhees 4, Hopewell Valley 2 - Box Score

Hillsborough 2, North Hunterdon 1 - Box Score

TRI-COUNTY

Oakcrest 2, Pennsville 1 - Box Score

Salem 6, Bridgeton 1 - Box Score

Independent

St. Elizabeth 5, Koinonia 1 - Box Score

Strong Effort Leads to Pirates win over Drexel

South Orange, N.J. – Seton Hall men's swimming and diving earned its third straight victory on Saturday afternoon, defeating Drexel 195.5-104.5 at Arthur E. Imperatore Natatorium. Nine different Pirates recorded individual victories on the afternoon.The day got started with the 1M dive in which the Pirates took each of the top three spots. Trevor Post (Bay City, Mich.) picked up the victo...

South Orange, N.J. – Seton Hall men's swimming and diving earned its third straight victory on Saturday afternoon, defeating Drexel 195.5-104.5 at Arthur E. Imperatore Natatorium. Nine different Pirates recorded individual victories on the afternoon.

The day got started with the 1M dive in which the Pirates took each of the top three spots. Trevor Post (Bay City, Mich.) picked up the victory with a total score of 300.52, followed by Quinn Murtha (Cumming, Ga.) in second and Joel Satir (Greenwich, Conn.) in third. Later in the 3M dive, Murtha would be the one to come out on top with a score of 316.80.

The first swimming event of the day went the way of the Pirates, as the relay group of Ross Pantano (Bennington, Neb.), Ben Endersby (Caldwell, N.J.), Michael Klimaszewski (London, England) and Thomas Minar (Oxford, Conn.) combined to touch the wall in 1:30.74 to win the 200 Medley Relay. This was the first of two relay wins on the day for Seton Hall, as Klimaszewski and Minar were also part of the winning 400 Free Relay team with Kevin Cary (West Chester, Pa.) and Gideon Langenbusch (Oberhausen, Germany).

Cary, Endersby, Klimaszewski and Pantano would all add individual wins to their efforts later on. Cary took home first place in the 200 Free, posting a time of 1:41.99. Pantano's win came in the 100 Back with a time of 50.38, good enough for a top-10 program time. Klimaszewski would take the win in the 100 Free in 45.97.

Endersby took first in a pair of events on the day. He would headline the 200 Breast for the Pirates in which he, Gennarino Conzemius (Bethel Park, Pa.) and Shayne Simmons (Danbury, Conn.) took the top three spots, respectively. Endersby also took first in the 100 Breast in 57.02.

Sean Vizzard (Mount Laurel, N.J.) picked up his second win of the season and his first in the 500 Free, finishing with a time of 4:39.49. In the other distance event, Clil Halevi (Kafar Hadranim, Israel) won the 1000 Free for the third time this season with a top-10 program time of 9:31.00. Also claiming victory on Saturday was Justin Oosterwyk (Pequannock, N.J.), who took the top spot in the 200 Fly with a time of 1:52.91.

The Pirates will have next weekend off before competing again at the WVU Invite, which runs from Nov. 17-19.

Girls Soccer: State tourney results, links and featured coverage for Nov. 1

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FEATURED COVERAGE

NJTAC Tournament - Final Round

Gloucester Tech 3, Morris Tech 1

State tournament - Semifinal round

NORTH 1, GROUP 1

2-Glen Rock 3, 6-Park Ridge 0

NORTH 1, GROUP 4

2-West Orange 1, 3-Montclair 0

CENTRAL, GROUP 2

9-Wall 1, 5-Manasquan 0

SOUTH, GROUP 2

6-Seneca 4, 2-Haddonfield 2

SOUTH, GROUP 4

3-Williamstown 2, 7-Washington Township 0

CENTRAL, GROUP 3

5-Brick Memorial 2, 1-Steinert 1

CENTRAL, GROUP 1

2-Highland Park 1, 3-New Egypt 0

NJSIAA TOURNAMENTS

NORTH 1

NORTH 2

CENTRAL

SOUTH

NON-PUBLIC

TOP 20 SCOREBOARD

STATEWIDE SCOREBOARD

Tuesday, Nov. 1

4-Point Pleasant Beach 4, 8-Roselle Park 1 - Box Score

2-Highland Park 1, 3-New Egypt 0 - Box Score

9-Wall 1, 5-Manasquan 0 - Box Score

6-Rumson-Fair Haven 2, 2-Point Pleasant Boro 1 - Box Score

5-Brick Memorial 2, 1-Steinert 1 - Box Score

3-Middletown South 4, 2-Allentown 2 - Box Score

1-Freehold Township 2, 4-Rancocas Valley 0 - Box Score

6-Manalapan 2, 2-East Brunswick 0 - Box Score

2-Glen Rock 3, 6-Park Ridge 0 - Box Score

1-Waldwick 1 (5), 4-Pequannock 1 (4) - Box Score

1-Ramsey 0 (2), 5-Old Tappan 0 (1) - Box Score

2-River Dell 1, 3-Pascack Valley 0 - Box Score

2-Sparta 5, 6-Wayne Hills 1 - Box Score

1-Ramapo 3, 5-Northern Highlands 1 - Box Score

2-West Orange 1, 3-Montclair 0 - Box Score

1-Ridgewood 2, 5-Kearny 1 - Box Score

5-Glen Ridge 0 (4), 8-Verona 0 (2) - Box Score

6-Mountain Lakes 3, 2-Cedar Grove 0 - Box Score

1-West Morris 2, 13-West Essex 0 - Box Score

3-Hanover Park 3, 7-Bernards 0 - Box Score

1-Chatham 2, 4-Cranford 1 - Box Score

3-Scotch Plains-Fanwood 1, 2-Somerville 0 - Box Score

3-Westfield 0 (4), 2-Hunterdon Central 0 (2) - Box Score

1-Watchung Hills 3, 12-Bridgewater-Raritan 1 - Box Score

2-Audubon 2, 3-Haddon Township 0 - Box Score

1-Palmyra 1, 4-Schalick 0 - Box Score

1-Sterling 2, 4-West Deptford 1 - Box Score

6-Seneca 4, 2-Haddonfield 2 - Box Score

1-Shawnee 1 (5), 4-Ocean City 1 (3) - Box Score

2-Cherry Hill West 3, 6-Lacey 1 - Box Score

3-Williamstown 2, 7-Washington Township 0 - Box Score

1-Eastern 3, 5-Central Regional 0 - Box Score

2-Oak Knoll 2, 10-Newark Academy 0 - Box Score

1-Immaculate Heart 7, 9-Montclair Kimberley 0 - Box Score

5-Mount St. Dominic 2, 4-Kent Place 0 - Box Score

3-Pingry 6, 6-Holy Angels 0 - Box Score

1-DePaul 6, 9-Villa Walsh 0 - Box Score

5-Gill St. Bernard's 4, 4-Lodi Immaculate 1 - Box Score

7-Eastern Christian 3, 2-St. Dominic 1 - Box Score

4-Trinity Hall 6, 5-Our Lady of Mercy 1 - Box Score

7-Paul VI 1, 2-St. John Vianney 0 - Box Score

1-Red Bank Catholic 4, 8-Camden Catholic 1 - Box Score

3-Immaculata 3, 6-Princeton Day 0 - Box Score

1-Rutgers Prep 9, 8-Ranney 1 - Box Score

2-Holy Cross Prep 7, 7-Calvary Christian (Old Bridge) 0 - Box Score

4-St. Rose 4, 5-Holy Spirit 0 - Box Score

6-Bishop Eustace 3, 3-Wardlaw-Hartridge 1 - Box Score

1-Gloucester Tech 3, 7-Morris Tech 1 - Box Score

CAPE-ATLANTIC

Lower Cape May 8, Pleasantville 0 - Box Score

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