Kilkowski's Seven-Point Performance Paces Summit High Boys Lacrosse's 10-3 Win Over Princeton

Harry Kilkowski scored three goals and set up a quartet of others as Summit beat Princeton, 10-3. Credits: Greg Elliott / TAPinto Summit

PRINCETON, NJ - Harry Kilkowski had a three-goal Hat Trick and added four assists as the Summit High School Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team topped Princeton 10-3.

Sophomore Greg Moller and senior Jack Johnson each had two goals as The Maroon and White elevated their record to 6-1. Will Vitton (3) and Patrick Moriarty (2) combined to make five saves for Summit.

After allowing the opening goal of the game, the Hilltoppers reeled off six of the contest's next seven goals to take leads of 2-1, after the first quarter, and 6-2 at halftime.

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After scoring unassisted to tie the game, Kilkowski set up Johnson and Summit led 2-1 after the opening 12 minutes. The Hilltoppers then slotted four goals in the second quarter to take firm control of the affair.

Chris Fowler found senior captain Corey McManus to make it 3-1, then Kilkowski scored two of the next three Hilltopper goals while setting up the other. His second unassisted tally of the game was followed by the junior orchestrating Moller's first goal, and then the junior scored again unassisted for his Hat Trick.

Summit scored the third quarters's only two goals through Johnson, teed up by Moller, and Kilkowski feeding Eamon McTernan.

Kilkowski was again the provider as Fowler scored, and Moller found the back of the net unassisted with six minutes left.

The Hilltoppers return home to face West Morris Central April 18 at Investors Bank Field. Face-off is set for 4:30 p.m.

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