Randolph topped No. 2 Morristown, 2-1 in overtime, and Delbarton took down Mendham in the semifinals of the Morris County Boys Soccer Tournament
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The headline: Progress at Parsippany No Morris County program has endured tougher times over the past few decades than Parsippany. The Red Hawks haven't had a winning season since 1998, and have finished with two wins or less in 14 of the 17 seasons since. Psrsippany, however, is showing signs of a
Mendham may have lost 20 seniors from its NJSIAA state championship team, but the guys waiting in the wings, like Hans Gallagher, continue to keep the Minutemen playing at a high level.
Nick Zach blocked a punt, caught a touchdown, and recovered two fumbles in Randolph's 27-6 victory over Morristown.
Eugene Hayes scored two goals, including the overtime winner, to lead Morristown past Chatham.
Morristown coach John Power earned his first victory as the head man of the Colonials, but it came against his former team, Columbia.
There's a massive amount of talent in New Jersey soccer right now and the rankings are tough to sort out before we even kick off. With the exception of St. Benedict's, the next five teams are all worthy of the top spot in the NJSIAA. We here at News12Varsity are really excited to get to the action.
What you need to know for Morristown vs. North Hunterdon and Hunterdon Central vs. Clearview
Morristown-Beard rallied for three runs in the seventh inning to topple Randolph, 4-3, to win its first ever Morris County Tournament championship.
Galvanized and resourceful as much as versatile, Morristown-Beard claimed its 12th straight win by eliminating Pequannock, 6-3, and punched its ticket to the program's first Morris County Tournament final appearance