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Summit H.S. Seniors Earn Anderson Scholarship Honors for Academic, Athletic Excellence

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Front row: Sara Szynal, Caitlin Osmulski, Allison Curley, Callie Humphrey; Back row: Json Schneider, Luke Mahoney, Matteo diMayorca, Robby Faris. Credits: Greg Elliott / TAPinto Summit
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Sara Szynal (Northwestern University), Caitlin Osmulski (Miami, OH, University), Callie Humphrey (Duke University) and Allison Curley (Wake Forest University). Credits: Greg Elliott / TAPinto Summit
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Jason Schneider (University of Maryland), Luke Mahoney (University of Michigan), Matteo diMayorca (Harvard), and Robby Faris (Johns Hopkins University). Credits: Greg Elliott / TAPinto Summit
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SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit High School Senior Athletic Banquet saw eight student athletes -- four girls and four boys -- named recipients of the Howard S. Anderson Scholarship Award, as presented by the Summit Boosters Association at The Grand Summit Hotel.
 
Each of the eight receive $1,500 to use toward their education. The Summit Boosters Association has presented the awards for more than three decades, which were re-named in 1998 to honor Anderson's long and distinguished career as a SHS teacher, coach and athletic director.
 
The awards are voted on by the varsity coaching staff, who each select four female and four male student athletes on their ballot, based on the following criteria:
 
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- Ranked in the upper half of their class academically.
 
- Have been accepted into a two- or four-year college, technical or business school, and will start classes in the fall term of 2015.
 
- Have earned at least one Varsity letter.
 
- Demonstrated outstanding athletic ability, as well as good leadership and sportsmanship qualities.


 
- Exhibited, through athletic activity, academic work, and other activities, that they are of high character, a person of good integrity, and are a responsible citizen of the community.
 
The eight Hilltoppers, their sports, and college destinations are:
 
Allison Curley
Cross Country, Track and Field 
Wake Forest University
 
Callie Humphrey
Soccer, Swimming, and Lacrosse
Duke University
 
Caitlin Osmulski
Basketball, Lacrosse
Miami (OH) University
 
Sara Szynal
Lacrosse
Northwestern University
 
Matteo diMayorca
Football
Harvard University
 
Robby Faris
Football, Baseball
Johns Hopkins University
 
Luke Mahoney
Soccer, Swimming
University of Michigan
 
Jason Schneider
Track and Field, Baseball
University of Maryland

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