Strong Second-Half Cements Summit H.S. Boys Lacrosse's Thumping of Glen Rock, 10-1

With 38 goals scored in three games this season, Summit has had ample opportunities to work on its celebrations.

GLEN ROCK, NJ - The Summit High School Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team, continuing its strong play to open the season, scored a half-dozen goals and shut-out the opposition over the final 24 minutes en route to a convincing 10-1 victory at Glen Rock. The Maroon and White have won three games to begin its 2018 campaign, outscoring their opponents 38-4 in the process.

Seniors Harry Kilkowski (3), Tom Fischetti (2), Eamon McTernan (2) and Nick Thomson (1) totaled eight goals and 14 points on the day, with captain Kilkowski notching three assists. So far this season, Kilkowski has scored 11 goals for an attack that has reached double-digit goals in each outing.

Senior captain Will Vitton had 12 saves in goal for the Hilltoppers, while juniors Greg Moller and Skyler Schluter also found the back of the net.

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Summit busted open a relatively close game with a 6-0 second half surge, which included dropping a four-spot in the fourth quarter.

The Hilltoppers return home to face Chatham Aoril 11 in next installment of the River Road Rivalry. Face-off at Investors Bank Field is set for 4 p.m.


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