Eight Summit H.S. Boys LAX Players Earn All-State Honors; Bebout, Helmer Also Named All-Americans

Sam Bebout Credits: Andy Winchell
Andrew Helmer Credits: Andy Winchell
Matt Fischetti Credits: Andy Winchell
Brian Hadley Credits: Andy Winchell
Joihn Cordrey Credits: Andy Winchell
James Strabley Credits: Andy Winchell
Chris Zanelli Credits: Andy Winchell
Sean Andrews Credits: Andy Winchell

SUMMIT, NJ - Eight members of the Summit High School Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team have earned All-State Honors, with two also garnering Al-American designation.

The eight Hilltoppers are:
Sam Bebout, Goalie - All-American, First Team All State

Andrew Helmer, Defense - All-American, First Team All State

Brian Hadley, FOGO - First Team All-State

Matt Fischetti, Midfield - First Team All-State

James Strabley, Attack - First Team All-State

John Cordrey, Attack - Second Team All-State

Chris Zanelli, Midfield - Second Team All-State

Sean Andrews, Defense - Honorable All-State

The Varsity, under the guidance of Head Coach Jim Davidson and his staff, recently concluded another highly successful season, going 23-2, winning the County, Sectional and Group titles, and finishing runners-up in the Tournament of Champions.

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