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Hilltopper Weekend Set for Oct. 16-18; 'Friday Night Lights' Commeorative Shirt Unveiled, Goes on Sale Oct. 14

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Summit Varsity Football Captains, from left, Stevie Rainero, Chris Zanelli, Andrew Helmer, Peter McKinlay, and Colin Andrews, model the 2014 'FNL' shirt.
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The front of the limited edition, "Friday Night Lights" shirt, which goes on sale October 14 at Summit High School, Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School, and at MONDO.
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The back of the shirt details the game schedule for Hilltopper Weekend.
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SUMMIT, NJ - Hilltopper Weekend, featuring myriad Summit High School (SHS) boys and girls sports teams in action, is set for October 16-18.

The centerpiece of the Summit sports smorgasbord is the annual "Friday Night Lights" football game, which this year will see the Hilltoppers take on Somerville October 17 at Investors Bank Field.  Kick-off, under the lights, is set for 7 p.m.
As part of this tradition, a commemorative "Friday Nights Lights" shirt will be sold, with anyone wearing the shirt to the game admitted free.  The shirt is priced at $20, and is available in limited quantities October 14-16 outside the SHS cafeteria, October 14 at Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School, and at MONDO, located at 426 Springfield Avenue.
 
Prior to the football game, starting at 5 p.m., there will be a tailgate hosted by Towne Deli and the Summit Music Parents Association, that will also include a Summit Booster merchandise sale.
 

The schedule for Hilltopper Weekend Includes:
 
October 16
 
Freshman Field Hockey
Varsity Field Hockey*
JV Girls Soccer
Varsity Girls Soccer
Freshman Boys Soccer
JV Boys Soccer*
Varsity Boys Soccer "
Varsity Girls Tennis*
JV Girls Volleyball*
Varsity Girls Volleyball*
JV Gymnastics
Varsity Gymnastics
 
 
October 17
 
Freshman Football
JV Girls Tennis
Varsity Girls Tennis
Varsity Football"
 
 
October 18
 
Varsity Sailing Team
Girls Cross Country
Boys Cross Country
 
* Denotes Home Event

 

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