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The 4s Have It: Girls Soccer Sees 4 Wins in 4 Games in Week 4

Juniors Cora Kim and Jojo DeNegri shoot  against Morris Hills defense on the way to a Randolph victory, 6-1, on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2023.
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Juniors Cora Kim and Jojo DeNegri shoot against Morris Hills’ defense on the way to a Randolph victory, 6-1, on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2023.

With another challenging week of games behind them, the Girls Varsity Soccer Team proved their undeniable talent once again. Playing 4 games during Week 4 of the season, two of them back-to-back, the team had a busy and successful week, winning all four meet-ups.

In Week 5, Randolph saw a 0-0 tie @ Roxbury on Wednesday, Sept. 27, and a 3-0 win against Montville, on Friday, Sept. 29, bringing the team to 7-0-2 for the season.

Looking back, here’s a round-up of highlights from the team’s undefeated Week 4.

Randolph Vs. Morristown, Wednesday, Sept. 23

Coming off of a big win against Chatham the day before, Randolph continued its incredible record with a 2-0 win against Morristown at DaSilva Field. Both Rylie Van Wingerden and sophomore Carlie Wysocki had goals and Jojo Denegri made an assist, leaving the team with their sixth win this season.

Randolph Vs. Chatham, Tuesday, Sept. 22

This was a game to watch, with Chatham winning the Morris County tourney the last two years. The Rams showed their skill, however, with a 2-0 win @ Chatham. Starting off the first half, Denegri scored with an assist from junior Tamara Khattab, finishing the first half with a 1-0 lead. Going into the second half, the team was determined to make the win official with a second goal. Denegri put the ball in the net with an assist from Wysocki, giving Randolph a 2-0 win. In addition, junior Goalkeeper Kate Sullivan kept the ball out of Randolph’s net with an outstanding performance.

Randolph Vs. Morris Hills, Tuesday, Sept. 19

The Rams beat Morris Hills, 6-1, with both co-captains, Wingerden and Denegri, having hat-tricks. Starting off the first half, junior Chelsea Renna put a through ball and Van Wingerden finished it. Next, Wysocki hit an indirect kick into the box, leading to a goal by Denegri. Finishing off the first half, Wysocki put a through ball to Denegri. In the second half, Van Wingerden started off the team with a 4-0 lead, followed soon after by Wysocki assisting Van Wingerden in the Rams fifth goal. After giving up a goal, the Rams knew they needed to make another one, and with five minutes left, Denegri finished off the game with a 6-1 win.

Randolph Vs. Montville on Monday, Sept. 18

The girls won @ Montville with a 3-0 score. The weather was challenging with constant wind and rain, but Randolph pushed through, ending the first half with a 0-0 score. The Rams came out with a fire in their stomachs and a point to prove. With a strong game, Renna started off the lead with a goal early in the second half, followed by freshman Lulu Wegner taking a shot from 30 yards out and giving the Rams a 2-0 lead. Ending off the game, Wysocki scored the third goal bringing the final score to 3-0.

The Rams play @ Pope John next, on Monday, Oct. 2, at 4 p.m.

About the Contributor
Jamie Donnelly
Jamie Donnelly, Staff Reporter
Jamie Donnelly is a sophomore who participates in the Journalism program at RHS. This is her first year writing for Rampage, and she is looking forward to it. In addition to writing for Rampage, Jamie also plays soccer and loves to listen to music. 
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