Summit High Girls Lacrosse Endures Taxing Trip to Smithtown West, Wins 9-7

There They Go: Julia Szynal -- who had three goals on the day -- collects the draw for Summit in their 9-7 win at Smithtown West.

SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit High School Girls Varsity Lacrosse Team made the nearly two-hour drive to Long Island, taking on traditional top-tier program Smithtown West.

The Maroon and White made the most of their sojourn, as sophomore Julia Szynal notched a Hat Trick and added an assist, while classmate Anna Huntley-Robertson scored a pair of goals -- including her first-ever varsity tally -- in the Hilltoppers 9-7 victory over the Bulls.

Senior captain Maddie Collins had seven saves in goal for the victorious visitors.

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Summit grabbed a 6-2 lead after the opening 25 minutes through six unassisted goals from five different scorers.

Szynal, Katia Carnevale, Huntley-Robertson, captain Cecily Stabler, Szynal again, and Anna Griffith all found the back of the net in the first half.

Szynal, Huntley-Robertson and Griffith -- assisted by Szynal -- had goals in a second half that saw the Hilltoppers outscored 5-3 but hang on to improve to 6-1 on the season.

Summit is back in action April 19 on the Upper Turf Field when they face Glen Ridge. Game time is set for 4 p.m.

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