Chatham, Morristown, Morris Catholic prevail

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A driving layup by Niko Goles in the last minute lifted Chatham to a 45-42 victory over Mendham in action on Wednesday.

The teams were tied at 30-all going into the final period. Jack Rooney and Tristan LeMon scored 13 points each for the Cougars (6-2). Brian Kenez scored 18 points including four 3-pointers for the Minutemen (5-3).

Morristown 70, Delbarton 57

A 24-12 third-quarter run helped the Colonials top their cross-town rival. Rohan Walker scored 18 points, Jack Mongey had 15 points and Kevin Hoehn added 12 points for Morristown (3-4). Ryan Murphy and Roman Paulius scored 12 points each for the Green Wave (4-3).

Morris Catholic 59, Pequannock 57

The Crusaders overcame a late Golden Panthers rally to earn the win. Amir Allen had 18 points and 17 rebounds and Amir Hamilton added 16 points and six rebounds for Morris Catholic (4-4). James Hitchcock scored 32 points including five 3-pointers for Pequannock (3-3).

Dover 59, Morristown-Beard 56

The Tigers improve to 3-4 on the season. The Crimson drop to 1-4.

Jefferson 41, High Point 25

The Falcons improve to 4-1. A 16-5 second-quarter run gave Jefferson a 23-10 advantage at the half.

Hanover Park 63, Madison 61

The Hornets rallied from a 20-11 first-quarter deficit. Hanover Park is 6-2 on the season.

Mountain Lakes 54, Parsippany 50

The Lakers are 3-2 on the season. Peyton Miller scored 15 points and Chris Boyhan added 11 for Mountain Lakes. Declan Devens scored 21 points for the Red Hawks.

Roxbury 51, West Morris 42

Doug Alexander’s 19-point performances sparked the Gaels (5-1). Roxbury led 22-16 at the half. Anthony McMyne added 13 points and Steven Loreng adde nine points. Conor Barron paced the Wolfpack with 15 points. West Morris is 4-4.

Morris Hills 56, Vernon 52

The Scarlet Knights rallied from a 13-6 first-quarter deficit. Morris Hilis is 4-3 on the season.

Whippany Park 65, Boonton 51

Ryan Gaynor scored 19 points and Kyle Cahill added 13 to spark the Wildcats. Joe Michalewski and Stephen Tucker added 10 points apiece for Whippany Park (3-3). Sammy Asani and Farzad Messaq scored 14 points apiece for the Bombers (2-5).

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

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