Danielle Nugent’s Two Goals Lead Johnson Crusaders Varsity Field Hockey Over Summit HS

Arthur L. Johnson High School senior Danielle Nugent scored two goals for the Crusaders as they defeated Summit HS by a final score of 3-1. She now has six goals on the season. Credits: Maria Randazza (File Photo)
Arthur L. Johnson High School junior Kaylee Parkhill (#3) tallied her eighth goal of the season for the Crusaders. Credits: Daniel Collins
Arthur L. Johnson High School junior Amanda Zambrana tallied an assist in Johnson's 3-1 win over Summit HS. The Crusaders are now 7-1 on the season. Credits: Daniel Collins

CLARK, NJ-  Arthur L. Johnson High School senior Danielle Nugent tallied two goals to lead the Crusaders over the Summit High School Hilltoppers by a final score of 3-1 Monday afternoon in Clark.

Nugent now has six goals in the 2017 season. Junior Kaylee Parkhill added a goal of her own, her eighth of the season in the victory for the Crusaders.  

Junior Alyssa Colicchio dished out two assists, while junior Amanda Zambrana tallied one assist of her own.

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Johnson senior co-captain and goaltender Emma Francisco made eight saves on nine shots in the win for the Crusaders.

Summit senior goaltender Maddie Gaeta made 20 saves on 23 shots in the loss.

The Johnson Crusaders (7-1) play their next game at home Wednesday afternoon at 4:00 p.m. against West Essex HS.

The Summit Hilltoppers (1-5-1) head out on the road to play at Glen Ridge HS Wednesday afternoon at 4:00 p.m.

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