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Justin Beimfohr emphatically made sure that Mendham made it out of the first round of North Group 3 play.

The Leading Edge 2021 midfielder and Mendham senior ripped home four goals and added two assists as Mendham upended Millburn, 13-7, Tuesday.

Beimfohr, a Jacksonville signee, also scooped up six ground balls. He’s been incredibly productive in his senior campaign, racking up 36 goals, 37 assists and 60 ground balls.

Princeton 9, Morris Knolls 6

’22 Will Doran paired two goals with two assists to lead Princeton in the North Group 3 first round.

Hunterdon Central 13, East Brunswick 4

’23 Sean Creter posted a 10-for-12 day at the faceoff X and added two goals for good measure as HC rolled.

Ridge 8, Columbia 4

’23 Will Ehret led the way for Ridge, zipping home a hat trick to go with an assist.

Moorestown 20, Toms River East 2

’24 Jack Gerber put up a career-best eight points on the strength of four goals and four assists in the South Group 3 opener.

Chatham 9, Wayne Hills 1

’22 Cullen Decker led a balanced Chatham offense with three assists while ’21 Nick Jones (Gettysburg) had a goal and two assists and ’22 Marcus Colaco tallied once.

Wall 16, Lacey 2

’21 Logan Peters (Rutgers) rolled up a four-goal, four-assist, two-ground ball day and ’23 John McCurry fired home five goals as Wall crushed Lacey.

’22 Matt Dollive (Army) had three assists and a goal, plus a pair of ground balls. ’23 Connor Moore and ’24 Shea Brennan each scored once. ’24 Michael D’Amico grabbed two ground balls, as did ’23 Dom Giglio.

Shore 15, Delran 2

’23 Carson Cooke‘s two-goal, two-assist day fueled Shore’s rout.

Delaware Valley 11, Barnegat 4

’23 Jack Bill popped off for two goals and two assists and ’23 Nick Catino stuffed a half-dozen shots to procure the win for Del Val.

Sparta 20, Lakeland 3

’21 LSM Colby Plotts (Utah) snatched up six ground balls and tossed out an assist as Sparta rolled.

Scotch Plains-Fanwood 11, Mount Olive 2

’22 Mikey Kloepfer (Merrimack) tallied a hat trick and ’22 Chase Alber scored twice to lead the rout.

Madison 9, Johnson 4

’24 Rob Tyra capped his freshman campaign with a goal, an assist and two ground balls for a 30-goal, 23-assist season.

Wayne Valley 7, North Hunterdon 4

’23 Trevor Brotons chipped in an assist – which gave him 40 helpers on the season – and three ground balls for the Lions.