Boys Lacrosse: Verona Splits Last Two Games Defeating Cedar Grove and Falling to Livingston

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VERONA,NJ - Verona Boys Lacrosse split its last two games,defeating Cedar Grove 11-1 on Saturday and falling 7-2 to Livingston on Tuesday.

Jack Farrell led for Verona against Cedar Grove with two goals and two assists.  Chuck Cerle, Matt DiDia, Mike Stanisci and Eric Stoloff each scored two goals in the win.

Brian Russo scored four goals to help Livingston earn a 7-2 victory over Verona in Verona.

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Jarrod Keating scored two goals for Verona against Livingston and Andrew Gagliostro made 17 saves for the Hillbillies.  

Verona travels to Johnson High School on Thursday at 4 p.m.

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