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Roxbury Boys Lacrosse Pummels Morristown-Beard

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Matt Dancsecs Credits: Laurie Amendola
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Brennan Poskitt and Utah Siscko Credits: Laurie Amendola
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Aaron Heyman Credits: Laurie Amendola
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Nicolas Amendola Credits: Laurie Amendola
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Ben Palanchi Credits: Laurie Amendola
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Connor Mahoney Credits: Laurie Amendola
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Sean Kenworthy Credits: Laurie Amendola
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Giancarlo Gordils Credits: Laurie Amendola
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MORRISTOWN, NJ - Matt Danscecs scored five goals Thursday as the Roxbury High School boys lacrosse team routed Morristown-Beard 16-7, but he wasn't the only Gael to score multiple points.

Anthony Perhacs and Justin Pickett found the back of the net three times and Brennan Poskitt had a 2-goal game. Goaltender Brendan Maresca made nine saves.

The win, in which Roxbury scored four goals in every period, brought the Gaels' record to 5-3. They next play home on Saturday at 10 a.m. against Montville.

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