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Youth Is Served: Three Summit Boys Lacrosse Teams Win Crowns at G8 Tournament

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Team 6A
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Team 7B
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SUMMIT, NJ - Three boys teams representing the Summit Lacrosse Club won their respective group titles at the G8 State Lacrosse Tournament at Morris Plains.
 
The winning teams were:
 
Boys 6th Grade - A
 
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Defeated Westfield in the finals, 9-0.
 
Michael Bonomo
Ronan Burke
Aiden Cass
Like DiNola
Christian Gohring
Austin Groce
Robby Holmes
Charlie Milne-Home
Seth Kaplan
Callahan McPherson
Jackson Moller
PJ Neal
Daniel O'Connell
Jimmy Persche
Will Huntley-Robertson
Tripp Robinson
Justin Ross
Hunter Schluter
 
Not Pictured- Cole Freeman
 
Coaches - Jim DiNola, Rob Holmes, Greg Moller, and Steve Schluter


 
Boys 7th Grade - B
 
Defeated Chatham in the finals, 6-1

Charles Allan
Jake Arricale
Trip Brown
Will Comiteau
Patrick Della Sala
Evan Deutsch
Jack Grange
Aidan Grazia
Sean Groskoph
Mason Guida
Justin Luckshire
Owen McTernan
Jacob Pantoya
David Parella
Ben Samson
Mac Schlageter
Jack Sula
Trip Stockton
Samuel Williams
Eric Wong
Hugh Zanelli

Coaches - David Kasemeyer, Andrew Guida, Cary Wong, and Steve Schlageter
 
Boys 8th Grade - B
 
Defeated Ridge in the finals, 12-6.
 
Matt Bonomo
Jack Bunting
Andrew Coffey
Luc Curragh
Dean Deltosta
Ryan Elliott
Conor Fagan
Danny Grimmig
Aidan Higgins
Noah Limmer
Jack Kelly
Jack Mather
Reed McCall
Brent McGrath
Raleigh Pollock
Ryan Quinn
Drew St. Amant
Kyle Standing
 
Not Pictured:
 
Harry Gregory
Peter Nicoletti
Tommy Smith
Dominic Yorio
 
Coaches - Pat Darcy and Mike Hynes
 
Competing in the event were teams from Ridgewood, Mountain Lakes, Chatham, Ridge, Mendham, Westfield, and Madison.

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