Girls, Boys Summit High School Soccer Programs Each Host August Camps for Youth in Grades 3-8

The Hilltopper Girls Soccer Camp begins August 21 while the Maroon and White Boys Soccer Camp starts August 22. Credits: Greg Elliott / TAPinto Summit

SUMMIT, NJ - The opportunity to train alongside Summit High School Girls and Boys Varsity Soccer Team players -- and under the tutelage of Head Coaches Gary Healey and Ashley Sularz -- is available for girls and boys in grades 3 - 8 as both teams host Hilltopper Soccer Camps the third week in August. In both cases, camp proceeds benefit the respective soccer programs.

Hilltopper Girls Soccer Camp

Held from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. daily on August 21 - 23 at Summit High School's Upper Turf Field, girls will take to the pitch and learn what it takes to be a Hilltopper soccer player, training alongside current members of the Maroon and White.

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Camp fee is $100 for all three days or $35 per day, with registration and further information available by contacting

Hilltopper Boys Soccer Camp

Led by Summit High School Boys Varsity Soccer Team Head Coach Ashley Sularz and his staff -- and featuring coaching from current Hilltopper Varsity players and alumni -- the 2017 Hilltopper Boys Soccer Camp is set for August 22 - 24 at Memorial Field.

Each daily session scheduled for 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Campers will be instructed in a series of game-related drills that will improve their fundamentals and technique. The camp is highly recommended as the ideal preparation for players of all ages entering the fall soccer season.

Camp fees are $100 for all three days of camp, or $40 for any single day. To register, and for further information, call Coach Sularz at 201-707-0350 or contact

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