Battle Tested: Eighth Grade Summit Futures Lacrosse Takes Monmouth Tournament Title

The Champions gather after beating Scotch Plains-Fanwood for the title. Credits: Don Standing

SUMMIT, NJ - Going undefeated at 6-0 and outscoring their opponents 44-15 in the process, the Summit Futures Lacrosse Club's Eighth Grade Team captured "The Battle at Monmouth" Tournament Crown in Colts Neck.

After beating NJ Diesel, Red & Black Elite, Long Island Outlaws, and NY Lacrosse Club in the preliminary rounds, Summit thrashed Chatham 7-2 in the tournament semifinals, then defeated Scotch Plains-Fanwood 5-1 in the finals.

The team is coached by former Summit High School Lacrosse Team stand-out Mike Dugan, assisted by Class of 2014 Hilltopper James Strabley, and Class of 2015 All-American Andrew Helmer.

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The Summit Futures 2019 roster includes:

Charlie Collins
Sean Doherty
Deacon Donaldson
Ryan Elliott
Tyler Hadley
Malcolm Holman
Gray Humphrey
Jack Kelly
Noah Limmer
Nicholas Loeloff
Greg Moller
Peter Nicoletti
Peter Porrino
Ryan Quinn
Skyler Schluter
Kyle Standing
Davis Strabley
Hunter Timpson
Jackson Tyler
Dominic Yorio

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To Our Current and Future Representatives - Wherever They May Be:

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“The future belongs to those who prepare for it today” - Malcolm X

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