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McManus Scores Five as Summit H.S. Boys Lacrosse Overwhelms Glen Rock 16-3; Showdown with Seton Hall Prep Next

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Corey McManus scored five times in the Hilltoppers 16-3 win at Glen Rock. Credits: Greg Elliott / TAPinto Summit
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SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit High School Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team improved to 10-0 on its 2016 campaign, warming up for an April 27 battle with Seton Hall Prep with a 16-3 drubbing of Glen Rock.

Junior attack Corey McManus had five goals, senior captain Andrew Chase notched a Hat Trick, and Chris Fowler and senior captain Evan Kulpan each scored twice in the rout.

As has been the norm this season, the Maroon & White built a huge lead -- they were up 10-1 at the half -- and set the auto pilot in the second half.

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Senior captain Xavier McCormick, junior attack Jack Johnson, senior Travis McKee, and junior Sean Crotty also scored for the Hilltoppers, while McManus and Johnson each added two assists.

Freshman Greg Moller collected four ground balls, and Malcolm Feeney scooped up three on the day. Senior captain Teddy Cranley was credited with one save, and Will Vitton -- who came on in relief -- made six stops.

Cranley’s and Vitton’s counterpart, Michael Gallo, had 11 saves in goal for Glen Rock despite allowing 16 goals against. Summit outshot the Panthers 39-16.

The April 27 Fitch-Pitt Division match-up against the Pirates is set for 4 p.m. at Investors Bank Field.

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