Mo-Beard, Randolph, Mendham prevail

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Stephen Sangree scored 14 points and Chris Pooler added 10 points to lift Morristown-Beard to a 50-44 triumph over  Madison 44 in boys basketball action on Saturday.

The Crimson (4-1) repelled a third-quarter Dodgers rally and pulled away with an 18-13 fourth-quarter effort. Gavin Wallace scored 16 points including three 3-pointers for winless Madison (0-6).

 

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Morristown Beard’s Stephen Sangree goes up for a shot during the first half on Saturday. (Photo by Mark Kitchin)

Randolph 58, Delbarton 50

Andre Sciancelepore had 22 points and six rebounds and Mike Talbert had 10 points and seven rebounds to help the Rams improve to 2-5. Randolph led 28-23 at the half and pulled away late. The Green Wave drop to 1-5.

Mendham 66, Parsippany Hills 46

A 17-3 third quarter run helped the Minutemen build a 44-30 advantage going into the final period.

Jefferson 59, Hopatcong 36

The Falcons improve to 4-0. Jefferson led 28-14 at the half. Chris Telman scored 12 points and Tyler Jones added 11 for Jefferson. Hopatcong drops to 1-5.

 

36 bb mbmadMadison’s Gavin Wallace tries to drive past Morristown-Beard’s Chris Pooler during first-half action. (Photo by Mark Kitchin)

Dover 64, Sussex Tech 32

The Tigers improve to 3-2. Ryan Charyshyn scored 16 points. Dover led 32-18 at the half and slowly pulled away.

High Point 50, Morris Knolls 47

Kyle Adams scored 20 points to pace the Wildcats 4-1. Ryan Bornemann had 17 points and Carroll Rich had 10 for the Golden Eagles (3-2).

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Mark Kitchin is a boys varsity basketball writer for the Morris County New Jersey area

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