Morristown, Morristown-Beard, Chatham triumph

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Kevin Hoehn scored 22 points including four 3-pointers to spark Morristown to a 54-47 victory over Mendham in boys basketball action on Tuesday.

Rohan Walker contributed 14 points and Morristown. The Colonials pulled away with a strong second half. Brad Bundschuh scored 14 points for the Minutemen.

Morristown-Beard 75, Hanover Park 60

Brian Monaghan scored 26 points in the Crimson triumph. Justin Rodriguez had 18 points and Zachary Dees had 12 for Morristown-Beard. John Crown had 16 points for the Hornets.

Jefferson 59, Lenape Valley 32

Connor Brown’s 10-point effort lifted the Falcons, which led 28-13 at the half.Jefferson improves to 7-5.

Chatham 54, Montville 27

The Cougars remain unbeaten at 14-0. Colin McKenna scored 16 points and Jack Rooney added 11 for Chatham. Alex Landis had 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Mustangs.

Morris Catholic 63, Butler 31

Amir Allen’s 25-point, 15-rebound effort propelled the Crusaders. Mark Manfredi scored nine points and Jordan Spencer added eight points for Morris Catholic. The Crusaders are 10-2. Danny Polons had 10 points for the Bulldogs.

Morris Knolls 54, Roxbury 42

Luke Urbanik’s 11 points paced a balanced effort for the Golden Eagles (9-5). Nick Anderson scored 12 for the Gaels.

Pope John 69, Morris HIlls 35

Zach Johnson notched nine points for the Scarlet Knights.

Mountain Lakes 60, New Providence 39

The Lakers are 8-4. Tate Gillie had 21 points including five 3-pointers and Chris Boyhan added 11 for Mountain Lakes.

Parsippany 56, Madison 51

Derek Principe scores 19 points and had 16 rebounds to lift the Red Hawks. Parsippany led 29-8 at halftime and repelled a late Dodgers rally. Declan Devers added 18 points for Parsippany. Santi Quintero and Matt Haughey scored 13 points each for the Dodgers.

Randolph 65, West Morris 58

The Rams are 10-2. Randolph rallied from a 21-7 first-quarter deficit to earn the win.

Whippany Park 53, Pequannock 46

Mark Basista had 22 points and 10 rebounds to spark the Wildcats. Ryan Gaynor contributed 16 points. Derek Nelson scored 19 for the Golden Panthers.

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

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