RANDOLPH, NJ- The Randolph girls’ lacrosse team spread the wealth around in their state playoff opener, as the Lady Rams saw ten different players scored goals leading to a 15-3 defeat of Clifton.
No. 5 seed Randolph ran out to a 12-0 halftime lead over No. 12 seed Clifton, and cruised to an easy victory from there.
TT Naslonski led the charge with two goals and four assists, while Romana Hladky, Carly Snarski, Sarah Leneghan and Isabella Michener each had two goals for Randolph.
Jillian Fantuzzi, Brenna Lawler, Kelsey Szot, Caroline Potter and Tori Weissman rounded out the scoring by netting one goal apiece.
Sutton Todd made four saves in earning the win. Belle Christ also saw time in net, making two saves for Randolph.
Randolph advanced to the next round, where they will face the No. 4 seed Ridge in the quarterfinals on Friday.