Hoehn reaches milestone in Morristown triumph

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Senior guard Sean Hoehn scored 26 points including his 1,000th point in Morristown’s 58-45 victory over Chatham on Thursday.

Zach Certner finished with 14 points and eight rebounds and Nick Duff added 10 points and eight rebounds for Morristown. The Colonials took control early with an 19-4 first-quarter run. Colin McKenna and Robert Raiola scored 12 points apiece for the Cougars.

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Morristown’s Sean Hoehn reached his 1,000th point milestone on Thursday against Chatham. (Photo by Mark Kitchin)

Mount Olive 86, Montville 69

Donte West scored 20 points and Zach Heeman had 11 points and14 rebounds to pace the Marauders. Rashaan Spencer added 14 points and Chris Grillo chipped in with 10 for the Marauders. Mount Olive took control with a 50-28 halftime advantage. Jesse Warech scored 21 points for the Mustangs.

Morris Catholic 64, Pequannock 44

Amir Allen had 22 points and 12 rebounds and Wayne Patterson added 14 points for the Crusaders. Ryan Feened grabbed 10 boards for Morris Catholic. Chris Coppola paced the Golden Panthers with nine points. Morris Catholic led 32-22 at the half.

Mendham 64, Parsippany Hills 31

Alex Jacobs had 13 points and Jack Horan had 12 in a balanced effort for the Minutemen. Mendham led 27-10 at halftime. Vincent Mondo notched 11 points for the Vikings.

Whippany Park 65, Madison 57

Mark Basista and Ryan Gaynor scored 26 points apiece to pace the Wildcats. A 19-6 third-quarter run made a big difference for Whippany Park. Kevin Armstrong and Gavin Wallaced scored 13 points each for the Dodgers.

Hanover Park 73, Parsippany 51

Brad Daugherty scored 18 points and grabbed six rebounds in the Hornets’ triumph. Donny Dattolo added 14 points for Hanover Park, which led 36-26 at the half. Lionel Chambers and Leonard Lee had 14 points apiece for the Red Hawks.

Roxbury 52, West Morris 49, OT

Doug Alexander scored 10 points and Grant Dixon, Anthony McMyne and Timmy Pilrun scored nine points apiece for the Gaels. Sam McClellan had 14 points and Pat Gialanella chipped in with 13 points for the Wolfpack.

Butler 50, Kinnelon 42

The Bulldogs rallied from a 17-6 first-quarter deficit. Brenner Krone scored 20 points and Nick Ballestreri added 14 in the Butler triumph. Zack Moen and Chris Hausler each scored 12 for the Colts.

High Point 54, Morris Knolls 45

The Wildcats got off to a 16-8 first quarter start and held off the Golden Eagles. Ryan Bornemann scored 17 for Morris Knolls (5-8).

Jefferson 71, Hopatcong 66

Bryan Langan scored 14 points, J. R. Reese added 13 and Tyler Jones added 12 for the unbeaten Falcons. Jefferson outscored Hopatcong 29-21 in the fourth quarter to earn the win.

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

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