Boys’ Lacrosse, Baseball Lead Sports Wins


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With the weather affecting many of the spring sports teams yesterday, here is a recap of a few games from this week:

  • The Boys’ Lacrosse team finally got one in the “W” column by demolishing Edison 14-2.  Taylor DelColle guarded the net well as the boys took an 8-0 lead into the break.  This game was all Verona all day.  Greg Schiffenhaus led the way for the Hillbillies with 4 goals as well as adding 2 assists.  Mike Theobald and Colin Farawell each added an assist with Greg Keating knocking home a goal of his own in the win.
  • The Girls’ Lacrosse team dropped a tough one to West Essex 16-2 on Tuesday.  Emily Fitzpatrick and Caroline Brenneis added the only two goals for the girls.
  • The Boys’ Tennis team had a county tournament double header on Tuesday, defeating Nutley 5-0 and then eventually dropping to Livingston 5-0.  Yesterday, in a rain-shortened match, Verona beat West Orange 3-0 with Mike Streifer, Noah Herman, and the team of Will Schenkel and Matt Tuorto picking up wins.
  • The Baseball team picked up its third win in a row by beating Glen Ridge 9-4 on Tuesday.  Matt Rosenfeld went the distance on the mound for the Hillbilllies, battling the entire way.  Joe Fitzmaurice had a two run triple to put Verona ahead while Anthony Pena and Anthony Oranges were both 3-4.  Brian Hill and Mike Congero each knocked in a run of their own.

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