Morris County girls soccer for Sept. 30: No. 20 Mount Olive wins; Morris Knolls edges Randolph

Morris Knolls 1, Randolph 0

Charlee Perna scored the only goal of the contest in a 1-0 victory for Morris Knolls over Randolph in Randolph.

Riley Jupin made four saves to preserve the shutout for Morris Knolls (6-3). Randolph (4-6) was unable to cash in nine shots on goal.

Morris Knolls totaled 11 shots on goal in the victory.

Mount Olive 3, Montville 0

Tehya Schueten scored two goals to lead Mount Olive, No. 20 in’s Top 20, to a 3-0 lead over Montville in Montville.

Mount Olive (8-0-1) jumped out to an early 2-0 lead. Julia Klatt also found the back of the net while Zoe Rogan was credited with two assists.

Hanna DeAngelis made seven saves for Montville (2-4-1).

Morristown 8, Morris Hills 1

Rosalina Liferi scored two goals and added one assist in an 8-1 victory for Morristown over Morris Hills in Morristown.

There were seven different players who scored a goal for Morristown (3-2). This includes Cameron McGinley and Abigail Schnipp, who both scored a goal and added an assist.

Morris Hills (1-6-1) finished with just two shots on goal compared to 18 from Morristown.

Morris Tech 3, Belvidere 1

Crew Armijo scored twice while Sara Klich added another as Morris Tech (7-1) won on the road.

Maya Dobrijevic dished assists for all three goals in the win.

Bella Peluso put Belvidere (6-3) on the scoreboard.

Chatham 3, West Morris 1

Lauren Tracey scored two goals to help Chatham pick up a 3-1 victory over West Morris in Chatham.

Abby Droner also found the back of the net for Chatham (5-2-1), who led 2-0 heading into halftime.

West Morris (3-3-1) added a goal in the second half but was unable to get even.

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