In a summer-long series, MSGVarsity takes a look back at the 2016 New Jersey girls lacrosse season.
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Morris Knolls' Brian Chegwidden and Christian Bornemann shine at plate: Jangols dazzles on hill as Don Bosco scores major win; Piekarz had a day for Lenape Valley
Relive the top stories and exciting moments of the 2015 New Jersey girls lacrosse season, as Oak Knoll took home its first Tournament of Champions title and Summit put an end to Ridgewood's 23 game-winning streak.
The 16th-seeded Raiders struck for three runs in the top of seventh and junior southpaw Eric Vasquze closed a complete game by dancing out of peril to seal a 6-3 decision over eighth-seeded Marlboro in the Central Jersey, Group 4 quarterfinal
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Juniors Johnny Zega, Freddy Yahn and Ian Scheuer, along with senior Nolan Pereless, powered Middletown South to its 12th consecutive win, downing No. 7 CBA, 9-5
Inside Pitch for Wednesday, April 23 Indian Hills 12, Old Tappan 0 AJ LoPresti worked a three-hitter, picking up five strikeouts along the way, as Indian Hills (10-1) won in six innings. Devin Torres spurred the offense going 4 for 4 with a double, two runs and two RBI, Serafino Brito singled three
Sparked by a stingy defense that triggered an up-tempo, well-balanced offense, Sayreville sprinted to a 15-point lead in the first quarter and went on to defeat North Brunswick, 71-55, and claim its first Greater Middlesex Conference-White Division championship Thursday night in Sayreville.
Marina Mabrey, Taylor Brown, Sam Fuehring and Adreana Miller head a long list of players you don't want to miss seeing
Sophomore right-hander Justin Willis, relying on a pinpoint fastball and vanishing slider, needed just 80 pitches to craft a no-hit masterpiece as unbeaten St. Joseph of Metuchen handed Piscataway its first loss, 3-0