Sports Wrap: Summit H.S. Field Hockey Gets Off the 'Schneid', Beats SP-F 6-0; Hilltopper Girls Soccer Blanks Rahway, 4-0

Ciara Lawlor scored three times in Summit's convincing win over SP-F. Credits: Greg Elliott / TAPinto Summit

SUMMIT, NJ - A Hat Trick from Ciara Lawlor along with goals from Elizabeth DeCesare, Charlotte Greer and Margaret Robb helped the Summit High School Varsity Field Hockey Team end an eight-game, 25-day winless streak by beating Scotch Plains-Fanwood, 6-0, on the Upper Turf Field.

DeCesare also added an assist, and Maddie Gaeta was forced to make but two saves on the afternoon as Summit now stands at 2-7-1 on the season.

The Hilltoppers next take on Mount Saint Dominic October 4 at the Upper Turf Field. Game time is set for 4 p.m.

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Brace from Space Paces Girls Soccer

Junior Kelsey Space scored twice, while Ariel Schultz and Keegan Mayer contributed single tallies as the Hilltoppers Girls Varsity Soccer Team shutout Rahway, 4-0, at Tatlock Park.

The Maroon and White did all of its damage in the first half, and senior goalkeeper Catherine Maloney was credited with five saves to earn the clean sheet.

Summit improves to 5-4 on the campaign and will take on Westfield October 5 at the Upper Turf Field. The match kicks-off at 4 p.m.


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