This Week in Hanover Park Sports


EAST HANOVER, N.J.- The new school year is in full swing and so to are the sports activities at Hanover Park. Girls volleyball led the way with 4 matches going 2-2 and bringing their season record to 3-2. The Hornets beat Hacketsttown 25-19 , 25-20 and Parsippany Hills 25-18, 25-20. Hanover Park dropped two  set matches to Madison and Morris Catholic. Senior Jocelyn Tenore recorded seven kills and ten assists as teammates Brittany Scott had 12 assists and Alyssa Quinn chipped in three aces in the win over Hacketsttown.                                                                                                          

Hanover Parks girls tennis lost to Mt Lakes 1-4, Madison 0-5 and Villa Walsh 2-3. The doubles pairing of N. Dominguez/A. Zelen won a thrilling tiebreaker match 6-4, 0-6, 10-6 vs V. Walsh.                                                                                                             The Boys Cross Country team under the direction of Joe Cuff lost it's opening race against Madison 15-50.                                  

 Hornets boys soccer team  2-1-1 had no problem  scoring in their 2 games , beating Morristown Beard 6-1 and a draw vs Parsippany 4-4. Andrly Zaltsman scored twice against Morristown Beard, and Luis Nieto had two assists. Nieto, Sinan Yuksel, Dilon Bruncaj and Evan Landiorio found the back of the net against Parsipppany.                                                                                                                                     Hanover Parks girls soccer won twice beating Morristown Beard 2-1 in over time, and followed that up with a home victory over Parsippany 1-0.  Villa Walsh stopped the Hornets three game winning streak defeating HP 2-1 . Ava Gallo scored the winning goal on and assist from Alyssa Viegas in the 2nd OT against Morristown Beard  and Kiera Haemerle on a pass from Claire Cahill scored the only goal of the game vs. Parsippany  . Gabby Barquin scored for the third time this season in the loss to V Walsh.                                                                                 The Hornets football team traveled to Newark  Central and earned victory number two, 34-12 when they jumped out to a 20-0 lead in the middle of the 2nd qtr. The balanced Hornets offense totalled 368 yds , 185 rushing and 183 passing. Senior QB Tyler was 14-21 and 1 touchdown and rushed for another  score and 62yds. Senior WR Michal Radomski caught 8 passe for 140 yds and 1 touchdown and converted 4-5 extra points.   Soph RB Ethan Gayle led the Hornets rushing attack with 95 yds on 10 carries and scored on runs of 1 and 49 yds. The defense was led by  Sean Conley who had 11 tackles , Anthony Salvemini 13 tackles and Conner Mildon who had a interception, sack and forced fumble. Conley also scored on a three yd run in the second quarter.  Hanover Park looks for win number three when they host Mt Lakes on Friday Sept 22 at 7 pm.     

Photos by Lisa Mita Photography 

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