EAST HANOVER, NJ- The Hornets defeated Mountain Lakes at home 2-1 with senior Jack Camporeale scoring both goals, including the winning tally in overtime on a pass from Tristian Barquin.

Hanover Park remains unbeaten in their last five games showing real mettle in the end of the season with a record of 4-0-1. The last win saw outstanding play by Hanover Park goal kepper Charlie Polk, as his two key saves with 2:30 remaining kept the score level at 1-1 and forced the winning overtime period. Camporeale now has eight goals to his name for the season. His first goal tied the game in the second half to offset the opening goal by Mountain Lakes’ Jack Willke.

Head Coach Evan's has seen this senior led team battle back to a 6-7-2 record with one regular season contest left at home against Madison on Wednesday.

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Hanover Park girls soccer also has a winning streak of three games going which has brought their season record to 8-7-3. Net minder Chrissy Cosenzo continued her outstanding play with 17 saves, shutting out Mountain Lakes 2-0 on Monday.

Sophomores Alyssa Viegas and Claire Cahill once again led the Hornet's offense with a goal each and junior Gabby Barquin assisted on both goals. Hanover Park's defense has been outstanding all year, only allowing 18 goals across the whole season, while they have hit the back of the net 35 times. Hanover Park plays a night game in Madison on Wednesday to wrap up their regular season.

Hanover Park's girls volleyball brought their season to an end on senior night with a thrilling, but disappointing two set lost to Whippany Park 25-27, 23-25. The Hornets honored seniors Brittany Monahan, Melissa Zweigbaum, Amanda Beamel, Valetina Mattfeld and Jordan Winter for their commitment and contributions to the volleyball program during their career. Both sets were tightly contested, but Whippany Park secured the win in straight sets.