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Summit H.S. Girls Soccer Beats GL, 4-2, for Third Win on Trot; Boys Bounce Back to Blank Brearley, 5-0

Kaleigh Brennan found the back of the net as Summit won its third match in a row. Credits: Greg Elliott / TAPinto Summit

SUMMIT, NJ - Sophomore Keegan Mayer had two goals and the Summit Girls Varsity Soccer team won its third match in a row with a 4-2 victory over Governor Livingston on the Upper Turf Field Tuesday.

The Maroon and White fired 12 shots on target and also got goals from senior captain Kaleigh Brennan and freshman Skye Gilbert. Senior goalkeeper Catherine Maloney was credited with three saves for Summit. Junior Kelsey Space and Mayer had assists on the day.

The Hilltoppers led 3-1 at the half and, after a season-opening setback at home to Union, have reeled off consecutive victories over New Providence, Rahway and the Highlanders.

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Summit next travels to Cranford on September 14. The match is scheduled to kick off at 4 p.m.

Boys Varsity Soccer Thumps Brearley

KENILWORTH, NJ - Summit leveled its record at 2-2 on the season with a 5-nil whitewash at David Brearley. Five different Hilltoppers scored -- seniors Andres Chacon, Michael Greenstein, Delmar Argenal, Jack Fineman, and junior Luc Curragh -- and senior goalkeeper James Ford has a relatively leisurely day between the sticks, getting credited with a lone save to earn the clean sheet.

The Maroon and White grabbed a nice bounce-back win, coming on the heels of a home losses to Governor Livingston and Seton Hall Prep.

The Hilltoppers led just 1-nil at the half, but broke the match wide open in the second half with four goals. Seniors Liam Galligan and Anderson Porsse along with junior Connor Little each had assists.

Summit returns to Tatlock Park for a September 14 match, beginning at 4 p.m., versus Cranford. 

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