Morristown tops Delbarton; Chatham wins


Four Colonials scored in double figures to lift Morristown to a 51-41 triumph over Delbarton in boys basketball action on Thursday. Luke Haralampoudis scored 15 points, Kevin Hoehn scored 11 points and Jason Bianco and Ashton Pardie had 10 points each for the Colonials. Morristown is 5-2. Anthony Kearns had 10 points for the Green Wave (6-2).

Chatham 54, Mendham 43

The Cougars improve to 7-1. Jack Rooney scored 20 points and Graham LeMon added 15 to spark Chatham. The Cougars went on a 20-9 first-quarter run and never looked back. Ryan Stolz scored 14 points for the Minutemen.

Hanover Park 91, Roxbury 51

The Hornets are 5-3. Michael Boeckel had a career high 20 points and also notched seven assists and six rebounds for Hanover Park. Joey Jandoli and Matthew Winschuh scored 19 points for the Hornets. Frankl Heelja scored 15 for the Gaels.

Boonton 68, Morris Catholic 61

Ty Dauti’s 25-point performance sparked the Bombers. Nate Maquiling added 17 for Boonton which used 17-9 second quarter run to build a 33-23 advantage at halftime. Jesse Paradiso scored 21 points for the Crusaders.

Morris Hills 54, Sparta 44

The Scarlet Knights are 4-2. Ryan Kattell and Umer Khawaja scored 15 points apiece for Morris Hills.

Morris Knolls 74, Parsippany Hills 59

Christian Bornemann registered 20 points, nine assists and five rebounds for the Golden Eagles. Nick Vittorio added 15 points and helped Morris Knolls build a 21-10 first quarter run. Arjun Naggendran scored 16 points for the Vikings.

Morristown-Beard 70, Parsippany 37

Raphael Castill had 12 points and Brian Monaghan and Justin Rodriguez notched 11 apiece for the Crimson. Morristown-Beard is 7-1.

Ramsay 43, Mountain Lakes 42

The Lakers lost on some late game free throws. Tate Gillie was the game-high scorer with 23 points.

Pequannock 60, Whippany Park 52

Austin Van Wingerden scored 15 points to lift the Golden Panthers. Robbie Madison had 15 points and seven rebounds for the Wildcats.

Pope John 63, Jefferson 32

The Falcons fall to 4-3.

Randolph 59, West Morris 36

Ryan Maughn scored 15 points and Mario Haklaj chipped in with 11 for the Rams. Derek Meola scored nine points for the Wolfpack.


About mcvbb

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

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