Jefferson loses in county quarterfinal


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  • Jefferson's Hunter Jacobus battles Morris Knolls Brian Perez for control of the ball. Morris Knolls High School defeated Jefferson Township High School (Oak Ridge, N.J.) in boys varsity soccer on Sunday, October 8, 2017. The final score was 6-1. The Morris County Tournament, Quarterfinal Round took place at Morris Knolls High School in Rockaway, New Jersey.




  • Jefferson's Zackary Hirschman maneuvers the ball while covered by Morris Knolls Andrew Sceurman.




  • Morris Knolls' Alex Soares and Jefferson's Kyle Barbosa battle for control of the ball. Morris Knolls High School defeated Jefferson Township High School (Oak Ridge, N.J.) in boys varsity soccer on Sunday, October 8, 2017. The final score was 6-1. The Morris County Tournament, Quarterfinal Round took place at Morris Knolls High School in Rockaway, New Jersey.




  • Jefferson's James Ryan (blue) dribbles the ball.




Chris Lacetti scored three goals for third-seeded Morris Knolls in a 6-1 win over Jefferson Township in the Morris County Tournament quarterfinals

Tommy Scalici scored two goals. Christian Bornemann scored one goal. Tommy Scalici, Christian Bornemann, Brian Perez and Andrew Sceurman each contributed an assist for the Golden Eagles (11-1-0).

Zackary Hirschman scored one goal for Jefferson (9-4-1).

— Photos by George Leroy Hunter






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