MORRISTOWN – A tough schedule always reaps rewards in the end for high school sports team.
What happened to Evan Mager’s Morristown girls lacrosse team on Tuesday night is yet another example of this.
While only .500 on the campaign to date at 4-4, the Colonials were awarded the top seed for the Morris County Tournament on Tuesday evening. Morristown – perhaps playing the most difficult schedule of anyone in the state – will be in pursuit of its first ever county title.
They will meet the winner of this Saturday’s preliminary matchup between No. 17 seed Villa Walsh and sixteenth-seeded Morris Hills on April 28 to launch tournament play.
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