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Summit High School, TAP Summit Partner to Honor SHS Girl and Boy Athletes of the Week

SUMMIT, NJ -  Summit High School (SHS) has teamed up with The Alternative Press (TAP) of Summit, the Hilltop City's online hyperlocal newspaper, in a program that will recognize the SHS Girls and Boys Athletes of the Week. Beginning Oct. 8, and weekly thereafter throughout the school year, TAP Summit will present the honorees, showcasing their accomplishments.

"We look forward to recognizing Summit's extraordinary student athletes," said Summit Athletic Director Bob Lockhart.  "We think it's so important that the community is aware of the hard work, dedication and success of our athletes, coaches and teams."
 
"TAP Summit is proud to partner with Summit High School to illuminate the achievements of these outstanding student athletes," said TAP Summit chief operating officer and publisher Greg Elliott. "Summit High School has a proud and storied athletic tradition, and this program is in line with our mission to cover everything that matters to Summit and, more importantly, to amplify all of the great things that happen in -- and are part of -- our wonderful community."

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