The quarterfinal round and consolation playoffs kicked off in Morris County this weekend and Sean Reilly brings you the top stories and performances from Week 10.
Boonton, playing with a chip on its shoulder all season long, toppled Butler to win the NJSFC National White Division title.
Sean Reilly breaks down the week that was in Morris County with the top headline, rankings, games, players, performances, and more.
Faith Weber wasn't going to lie. Her New Egypt team finished with two hits against Butler in the NJSIAA Group 1 final on Saturday, and both were bunt singles by second batter Rebecca Lombardo. The Warriors also struck 14 times and hit just one ball out of the infield against Bulldogs' ace Larissa
Larissa Spellman tossed another shutout for Butler as the Bulldogs remained unbeaten with a 6-0 victory over Hanover Park
Larissa Butler became the first player in Morris County history to amass 1,000 career strikeouts.
Morgan Pellegrin of Chatham had a plan in mind when she came to bat in the sixth inning on Saturday.
Larissa Spellman tossed a no-hitter in the Morris County Tournament championship to lead Butler to its second straight county title in a 1-0 victory over Chatham
Kayla Carr's two-run single helped propel Butler past Saddle Brook to win the North 1, Group 1 championship
Reese Guevarra is an exceptional hitter and covers plenty of ground patrolling center field for Immaculate Heart.