Morris County Varsity Boys Basketball Results
Kevin Hoehn’s 19-point performance fueled Morristown’s 52-38 win over Montville in the opening night of boys baseball action on Friday.
Rohan Walker had 13 points and Luke Haralampoudis notched 11 for Morristown. The Colonials had a 26-13 advantage at the break. Alex Landis had 17 points for the Mustangs.
Dover 48, Kinnelon 46
A 13-5 fourth-quarter effort lifted the Tigers at home for their open in day win.
Mendham 54, Delbarton 49
The Minutemen led 31-19 and held off a fourth-quarter charge from the Green Wave.
Pequannock, 53, Madison 32
An 18-9 fourth-quarter effort helped the Golden Panthers pull away.
Morris Hills 48, Morris Knolls 35,
A balanced offensive attack and strong rebounding helped the Scarlet Knights stun their crosstown rivals in an opening day road victory. Morris Hills opened up a third-quarter advantage and used a 17-8 fourth-quarter effort to earn the win.
Morris Catholic 67, Hanover Park 52
Amir Allen put in a 30-point, 12 rebound performance in the Crusaders’ triumph. Rob Birstonas had 22 points and Jordan Spencer added 10 for Morris Catholic. Matt Winschuh had 12 points and Danny Dattolo had 10 points and 13 rebounds for the Hornets.
Morristown-Beard 62, Butler 38
Justin Rodriguez scored 17 points to propel the Crimson. Brian Monaghan had 13 points and Dees Zach had 12 for Morristown-Beard.
Newton 66, Jefferson 62
The Braves led 34-19 at the half and prevailed.
Mount Olive 58, West Morris 42
A 19-8 third quarter helped the Marauders build a 40-23 advantage going into the final period.
Whippany Park 59, Parsippany 47
Senior guard Ryan Gaynor scored 16 points to spark the Wildcats. Joe Michalewsky added 11 points and Stephen Tucker scored 10 for Whippany Park. Kyle Giles led the Red Hawks with 14 points.
Sparta 41, Roxbury 29
A 13-4 fourth-quarter run lifted the Spartans.
Chatham 80, Hillside 61
Jack Rooney scored 28 points to pace the Cougars in Hillside. Colin McKenna added 24 points and Tristan LeMon contributed 13. Chatham took control early with a 27-9 first-quarter run.