Parsippany defeats Newton

NEWTON. Parsippany Hills High School defeats Newton in boys varsity lacrosse at home on Saturday

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  • Newton's Donato Becacqua (7) carries the ball with his crosse towards the goal post in the second quarter. Becacqua scored one goal. (Photos by George Hunter)

  • Newton's Anthony McCann carries the ball with his crosse in the fourth quarter.

  • Newton goalie Kevin Kapuscinski tosses the ball in the fourth quarter.

  • Newton Braves and Parsippany Hills Vikings clash for control of the ball.

  • Parsippany Hills Vikings and Newton Braves pursue the ball.

Parsippany Hills High School (Morris County) defeated Newton High School in boys varsity lacrosse on Saturday, April 20, 2019. The final score was 10-5. The game took place at Newton High School.

Sean Rice scored 5 goals and made 1 assist and scooped up 7 ground balls for Parsippany Hills. Brandon Verderber scored 3 goals and made 1 assist and scooped up 3 ground balls. Angelo Varcadipane scored 2 goals made 2 assists and scooped up 7 ground balls.

Parsippany Hills goalkeeper Patrick Whalen made 20 saves.

Max Weiss scored 2 goals for Newton. Mason Leen and Donato Becacqua scored 1 goal apiece.

Team Records: Newton Braves 1-8. Par-Hills Vikings 2-6.

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