SUMMIT, NJ - Their 'Super Bowl' game canceled due to the pandemic, the Summit Youth Football Sixth Grade 'C Team' has been named New Jersey Suburban Youth Football League co-champions, sharing the title with a New Providence team they were set to play in the trophy-decider.

Summit went 6-0 on its campaign, including 5-0 in the regular season. One of those regular-season wins came versus the Pioneeers, who they defeated 41-20 on November 1.

The Hilltoppers outscored their opponents by a lopsided 176-39 margin. This is the fourth straight year the age group team has qualified for the title game.

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The champs are coached by Matthew DeFonzo (Head Coach), Matt DeFonzo Jr. (Defensive Coordinator), Dan Nelson (Assistant Offensive and Defensive Coach), Jamel Boyer (Substitute and Play Monitor) and JP Doughtery (Assistant Coach).

The roster includes:

2 - Gavin Schnall

3 - Zach Karelis

7 - Matthew McKeever

8 - Sam Schnipper

9 - Lucas Chacon

11 - Evan Boyer

12 - George Wattick

15 - Ben DeLong

18 - Jamison Zobel

23 - Owen Sherman

24 - Kyle MacArthur

55 - Lenin Hurlburt

56 - Rishi Rajesh

62 - Owen Fagan

63 - Aden Shreckengost

68 - Alfonso Castillo

70 - Tanner Koss

88 - Ethan Nelson