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Madison Trounces Glen Rock in GLAX, 18-5

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MADISON, NJ - The Madison varsity girls lacrosse team racked up 13 goals in the first half on their way to an 18-5 victory over Glen Rock on Monday.

Michelle Montagna finished with four goals and two assists for the Dodgers (8-4), who led, 13-4, at the half. Brynn Taylor, who had an assist, and Laney Rutland scored three goals apiece. 

Ari Goret, Rachel Azzolini and Molly Fishter each scored two goals. Sophie Smith distributed three assists in addition to scoring a goal, and McKenzie Rambusch also scored a goal for Madison.

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Kiely Duffy made three saves and Emilie Flamme stopped one shot in goal for the Dodgers.

 

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Madison Area YMCA Charity Golf Outing and Dinner Reception to Send More Kids than Ever to Summer Camp

June 22, 2018

The Madison Area YMCA’s 21st Annual Charity Golf Classic and “Camp for One, Camp for All” dinner reception held at Morris County Golf Club in Morristown will send more children to summer camp than ever before. Event proceeds exceeded $100,000.

Citi Global Markets was the presenting sponsor. Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse were tournament sponsors.

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Summertime Air Quality Issues

Summer weather can be harmful to your health due to air pollutants like ozone, mold, and moisture that are more prevalent both inside and outside than they are during cooler months. 

Sunny days, warm temperatures, and light winds don’t allow pollutants to be cleared from outside air. Instead, they encourage the formation of ozone, a leading air pollutant.  Ozone is ...