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Anthony Moscatello did a little bit of everything for Mount Olive, and that helped Marauders find the win column for the first time this year.

The Leading Edge 2023 midfielder won 10 faceoffs, collected three ground balls and dished out an assist to help Mount Olive run past Kinnelon, 13-7, on Tuesday.

The assist marked the first career point for the sophomore.

Princeton 14, Hightstown 6

Another day, another ridiculous statistical output for ’22 Will Doran. Doran ripped home six goals to push his season total to 30 goals, and he also added a pair of assists and a ground ball as Princeton won running away.

Seton Hall Prep 9, Ridgewood 8

’21 Will Ferraro (Providence) paced the Pirates with a hat trick and ’22 Jaz Zanelli (Bucknell) made nine saves without giving up a goal in split duty to lead Seton Hall Prep to a narrow win.

’21 Jack Dunleavy (Gettysburg) scored once for the Pirates.

Scotch Plains-Fanwood 16, Livingston 6

’22 Mikey Kloepfer (Merrimack) tallied four times for SPF, which also got three assists from ’22 Chase Alber. 

Delbarton 7, Roxbury 4

’22 David Link (Villanova) popped two goals for the Green Wave.

Bernards 14, New Providence 2

’24 David Brothers put forth a two-goal, two-assist day to fuel Bernards.

Pope John Paul 17, Sparta 6

’21 LSM Colby Plotts (Utah) won seven faceoffs and racked up six ground balls for Sparta, which also got two goals from ’21 Brendan Cina (Robert Morris).

Millburn 9, Delaware Valley 7

’23 Jack Bill scored once and set up another goal for Del Val.

West Morris 17, St. Peter’s Prep 5

’21 Colin Williams (Dickinson) paced St. Peter’s Prep with a goal and an assist.

Caldwell 6, Mendham 4

’21 Justin Beimfohr (Jacksonville) buried a goal for Mendham.