NORTH CALDWELL, NJ--It was quite a two day run for the Morristown girls lacrosse team's offense.
The Colonials piled 33 goals in approximately 24 hours in a pair of decisive victories: 17-8 over Randolph on Wednesday afternoon, and 16-4 over Mount Saint Dominic earlier today on the road.
Nine of those finishes came from the stick of Callie Sundin, and the sophomore attacker has now eclipsed the 100 goal mark in her varsity career. Sundin crossed the century mark in the initial contest against the neighboring Rams, where she struck the back of the net 7 times. With several games still in hand this year, and two more seasons to go, it is a very likely possibility Sundin will reach 200 goals before her Morristown career draws to a close.
Against Mount, the scoring turned out to be incredibly balanced. Annika Begley and Nicole Ferrara led the way with 4 goals apiece, and also assisted on 4 and 3 scores, respectively. Mackenzie Siverson added three goals, while Sarah Grace Plott and Sundin added a pair. Shelby Clarke and Victoria Ferrara also got on the board for the Colonials, who improved to 12-5 on the campaign after these results.
Next, the girls will host Morris Knolls High School on Monday May 16 at 4:30pm.
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