Player of the Year : No one in Morris County played in more big games over the past four years than Kevin Hoehn of Morristown. Through each step of the way, whether it in a Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference game as a freshman reserve, a holiday tournament contest as a sophomore, sectional
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Player of the Year: When it came time for Morristown coach Jim Pisciotto to distribute uniforms to this year's team, he made a rather odd discovery. The No. 21 home jersey belonging to standout junior guard Elizabeth Strambi was missing. No one could figure out where it went, so the team's top
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Morristown relied on its intense man-to-man pressure to wear out Jefferson in the Morris County Tournament championship.
Ralph Castillo experienced his first thrill on Saturday night when he learned that his Morristown-Beard coach, Eddie Franz, would be on the sideline for the team's Morris County Tournament semifinal against Morristown.
Junior guard Megan Horn stamped a season-high 33-point performance with a daring and decisive three-point play in the closing seconds as Pingry erased a five-point deficit with 1:09 left in regulation to shock Morristown, 64-63
Long Branch gave No. 1 Manasquan more than it bargained for before the Warriors pulled away; No. 4 Red Bank Catholic rolls; Here comes Metuchen and Middletown South; Monaghan powers Morristown-Beard in preliminary round of Morris County Tournament
Jefferson and Morristown each advanced to the Morris County Tournament championship with victories on Friday night.
Graham LeMon put up a big double-double for Chatham in a 60-55 victory over Morristown-Beard to win the second straight Morris County Tournament title for the Cougars.