ANNANDALE, NJ - There were 19 draw controls during the game and Morristown was able to possess 15 of them. The Middle squad of Annika Begley, Nicole Ferrara and Callie Sundin clearly demonstrated that owning the draw is a nice way to dominate. This gave the Colonials the edge they needed to defeat North Hunterdon;13-5.
On the production side, Morristown was led by junior Callie Sundin with 4 goals and 3 assists while junior Annika Begley logged 4 goals and 2 assists. Sophomore Nicole Ferrara tallied 3 goals and 1 assist while Sarah Grace Plott and Sarah Chupak each logged a goal. Contributing on the offensive side of the field was the ever consistent Shelby Clarke, Ava Plott, Mackie Siverson, Rachel Langenohl, and Logan Heher.
On the defensive side of the field, Amelia Drake logged her 600th career save while being protected by the defensive squad of Linnea Begley, Key Murphy, Grace Godfrey, Tara Goldhirsch, and Emma Wong.
The Colonials host Montclair on Wednesday.
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