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Summit Schools Sports Results - September 26 to October 2

Varsity Football

Varsity Football played at Hillside on Saturday and won 56-0.
Current Record: 4-0
 
JV Football
 
JV football team lost to Rahway on Monday afternoon 36-33. Record currently stands at 1-2
Freshman Football
 
Freshman Football played at Hillside on Friday and won 33-0.  Current Record: 4-0
 
Boys V/JV Cross Country
 
The varsity improved its record to 6-0 by defeating AL Johnson on Tuesday. Nico Nyktas's time set a new SHS soph class record for our home course at Memorial. On Saturday the team competed in the Shore Coaches Invitational, the largest invitational of the season. Over 200 schools compete during the course of the day.
 

The varsity finished 9th in its race led by Neil Harkins. The JV finished 3rd overall out of 40 schools led by Frank Evans.
 
The Freshman squad captured the team title at Shore Coaches besting the field of 44 schools in their race (there were three freshmen races during the day based on school size). The team average of 12:29 for the 2.1 mile course sets a new school record. That average was also the third best among all the teams from the state.
 
Girls V/JV Cross Country
 
The lady harriers of Summit competed in a dual meet versus A.L. Johnson on Tuesday and the Shore Coaches Invitational Meet on Saturday.
 
The girls won the dual meet against A.L. Johnson and improved their dual meet record to 5-0 on the season.
 
The girls competed in the Annual Shore Coaches Invitational on Saturday. The freshmen girls began the day by winning the Girls Frosh B Race. The girls were paced by Emily Chinís 2nd place and Amanda Brodowís 3rd place. They were followed by Leila Paytas, Erica Brodow and Anika Becker, who rounded out the freshmen scoring.
 
The varsity race had Summit placing 4th behind Rumson-Fair Haven, High Point, NY and Delsea. Gillian McIlroy highlighted the day with a 4th place finish and a personal best of 20:08.
 
The junior varsity race also had Summit placing 4th. Bridget OíBrien paced the harriers with a 9th place finish. She was followed closely by Jen Stabler (13th place), Gabriella Quille (20th) and Emily Richards (23rd).
 
Coed Middle School Cross Country
 
On Monday the Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams competed vs. Mountain Lakes.
 
The Girls won 15-50. The Boys won 18-47.
 
On Friday the Boys and Girls competed vs. Middlesex, Team Newark Academy, Team Newark Rise Academy, and Union. The Girls and Boys both swept. The Girls are 8-0. The Boys are 6-0.
 
Girls Varsity Field Hockey
 
The varsity field hockey team had a tough loss to Westfield. Katie Birle scored our only goal of the game.
 
Our record is 4-3-1. Our next game is Tuesday against Cranford.
 
Girls JV Field Hockey
 
JV field hockey lost their first game against Westfield 0-1. The game was stopped short 10 minutes early due to no lights at their field. Our record is now 6-1.
 
Girls Freshman Field Hockey
 
The Girls Freshman field hockey team defeated Westfield 1 to - this week. The only goal was scored by Kim Enriques on a corner. The girls look forward to facing off against West Essex this Wednesday. Our record is now 4-0.
 
Girls Middle School Field Hockey
The Middle School Field Hockey Team ended September with a loss (5-1) to West Essex B and two wins, (3-0) over Cranford and (5-2) over Metuchen. We begin October with a Wednesday game vs. West Essex B and Friday we will play Oak Knoll. The players are looking to avenge a (11-0) 2010 opening season loss to Oak Knoll. The team improves every day as we refine stick skills and game strategies. Players have stepped up to help run the play clock and record statistics. Savannah Dooley has volunteered to try goalie and played in her first game ever this week!
Record: 4-3-0
 
Boys Varsity Soccer
 
The Boys Varsity Soccer team had a strong showing last week by beating Parsippany 1-0 in overtime, and followed that win up with a strong 9-0 victory over Roselle Catholic. On Saturday, the team traveled out to Delaware Valley Regional high school and lost a tough one, 2-1. They outplayed the competition throughout the week and finished 2-1. In all, the team had 8 different goal scorers throughout the week. The team is currently 6-2-1.
 
Boys JV Soccer
 
The JV Boys Soccer Team won its only game of the week against Parsippany
1-0. That improved our overall record to 6-1.
 
Boys Freshman Soccer
 
Freshmen Boys Soccer continued their winning ways defeating Parsippany 10-0 on Monday, September 26th. The team stands with 3 victories & 0 defeats. This week the team takes on Whippany Park, Bernards & local rivals Governor Livingston.
 
Girls Varsity Soccer
 
The Girls Varsity Soccer Team went 2-0-1 this past week. On Tuesday the team played to a 1-1 tie at Union. Holly Confalone scored the lone goal. On Friday the team beat AL Johnson in Clark by a score of 3-0. Kate Martino scored the game winner in the first 10 minutes of play, Kelly Osmulski scored to make it a 2-0 advantage at halftime. In the second half Meaghan Celmer scored her first Varsity goal off a feed from Martino. Jackie Zalis and Connie Bowan combined for the shutout. The girls were back in action Saturday against Delaware Valley where they capped off the week with another 3-0 win. The game was played at The College of New Jersey's Soccer Stadium. Kate Martino scored 2 goals in the first half to give the team a 2-0 advantage at the break. Meaghan Celmer scored her second goal in as many games off of a feed from Brittany Toffey in the second half. Zalis and Bowan combined for their second straight shutout.
 
Girls JV Soccer
 
The JV Girls Soccer team had another tough week. We lost to Union, 3-2 and we lost to Johnson 2-0. We look forward to playing Scotch Plains and Morristown this week.
 
Girls Freshman Soccer
 
The freshman girls soccer team did not play any games this past week. The girls look to take on Scotch Plains on Tuesday and Delaware Valley on Wednesday, both games are home. Record 3-1
 
Girls Varsity Tennis
 
The Summit girl's tennis team just completed the Union County Tournament
this week. They placed fifth in the county out of 16 teams. Their score of
27 points was one point shy of Linden's fourth place score of 28. First
place went to Westfield, second, Governor Livingston, and third to Kent
Place. Summit's medal winners were Ryan Freeman and Kristen Miller, placing
third in second doubles. The team's overall record stands at 3-2.
 
Girls Varsity Volleyball
 
The Lady Hilltoppers (7-1) beat Cranford (2-1).
 
The Lady Hilltoppers will be playing away against New Providence (Oct. 3), home against Roselle Catholic (Oct. 5) and home against Linden (Oct. 6).
 
Girls JV Volleyball
 
JV girls volleyball fell to 2-4 this week with a loss to Cranford HS (0-2) on Monday.

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