MADISON, NJ – The Madison High School sports teams are through two weeks of the fall season. Let’s take a look back at how the Dodgers competed over the week.
Madison scored five first-half goals en route to a 7-1 victory over Kinnelon on Sept. 12. Lucas DiGiacomo put in two goals to go along with two assists, Brendan Mulcahy scored three goals and had three assists, Brendom Ocampo added a goal and two assists, Jack Hanson put in a goal and goalie Brendan Armstrong made nine saves in the victory.
The Dodgers dropped a 2-0 contest to Pequannock on Sept. 14. Armstrong made 12 saves in the loss.
Madison improved to 3-1 on the season with a 4-0 shutout of Hanover Park on Sept. 17. DiGiacomo led the team with two goals and an assist, Mulcahy and Tim Demuth put in goals and DiGiacomo and Christian Williams had assists. Armstrong finished with eight saves in the win.
Madison (5-1) had shutout victories over Montville (8-0), Boonton (4-0), Parsippany (4-0) and Morristown-Beard (2-0) over the week.
Kerrianne McClay put in four goals while Isabella Fragomeni scored twice in the win over Montville.
Fragomeni finished with three goals and an assist in the victory over Boonton. She followed that with a two-goal, one-assist performance in the 4-0 victory over Parsippany. McClay scored twice and Emma Meister had two assists in the win over Morristown-Beard.
Madison opened the season with a 2-0 shutout of Morristown-Beard on Sept. 13. Brooke Kleiven and Katie Geraghty scored goals, Lauren Kaye had an assist and goalie Tess Callaghan made five saves.
The Dodgers defeated Morris Catholic, 4-1, on Sept. 15. Scoring two goals in each half, Sadie Kim led the way with two goals.
Madison (2-1) dropped a 1-0 game against Villa Walsh on Sept. 17. Callaghan made seven saves.
Madison defeated Parsippany Hills, 4-1, on Sept. 13. Allison Nevias, Klara Jonson and Emma Anderson all won at singles.
The Dodgers (2-2) lost to Morristown-Beard, 5-0, on Sept. 14.
The Dodgers, at 7-0 on the season, had victories over Whippany Park, Glen Rock, South Plainfield, Mount Olive and Jefferson over the week.
Madison saw this week’s meet postponed due to thunderstorms. In last week’s race, the boys team defeated Kinnelon, 23-32, while the girls team defeated Whippany Park, 18-41.
In the boys race, Madison took four of the top six places with Ian Coen first, Adam Angelone second, Aidan Matthews fourth and Jeremy Gann sixth. In the girls race, the Dodgers took five of the top six places with Jamie Habib first, Gillian Parrett second, Sofia Danzo fourth, Hope Pratt fifth and Kameron Lloyd sixth.