MORRISTOWN, NJ - On a sunny and breezy evening on the Morristown turf, the 5-0 Colonials again demonstrated well distributed offensive production with six players scoring goals and six registering assists.
 
Callie Sundin led the offense with 3 goals and 2 assists while Nicole Ferrara had 3 goals and an assist. Annika Begley scored twice with an assist while Shelby Clarke scored twice on the day. Victoria Ferrara had a goal and an assist while Sarah Grace Plott logged a goal. Ava Plott had an assist while Sarah Chupak also contributed on the offensive side of the field.
 
The Morristown defensive squad of Linnea BegleyGrace GodfreyKei Murphy and Tara Goldhirsch provided adequate protection for goalie Amelia Drake who logged 9 saves on the day. 
 
 
Upper Saddle River Day, who played over three fourths of the game a player down due to a misconduct call managed to keep it close on the defensive side of the field with their goalie Isabella Garabo logging 15 saves.   
 
Morristown has a challenging week on the road as they head to rival Mountain Lakes on Tuesday afternoon and to perennial powerhouse Summit on Thursday.