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Worth The Wait: Two Late Scores Seal Summit H.S. Football's State Title Win Over Rahway, 36-14

November 18, 2018

SUMMIT, NJ - While there is some doubt to its origin and authorship, the saying "all good things come to those who wait" is a tried and true proverb, a turn of phrase that was once again proven salient in the Summit High School Varsity Football Team's NJSIAA North 2, Group 3 title game match-up against Rahway at Investors Bank Field.

Players, ...

Summit H.S. Football's Sectional Title Game Moved to Nov. 18

SUMMIT, NJ - In the wake of the here comes winter snowstorm that wreaked nearly unprecedented havoc on roads during the prime commuting hours on November 15 and left the Hilltop City blanketed in several inches of the white stuff, the Summit High School Varsity Football Team's NJSIAA North 2, Group 3 title tilt versus Rahway -- originally scheduled to be played November 17 ...

Summit Youth Football's 4th/5th Grade Team Wins Conference Championship, Headed to NYSYFL 'Super Bowl'

SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit 4th / 5th Grade Youth Football Team is on their way to the New Jersey Suburban Youth Football League (NJSYFL) 'Super Bowl' after defeating Somerset Hills 20-14 to claim the National Conference Title. The boys from the 07901 will face American Conference Champs Old Bridge in the Final, which will be held November 18 ...

Jackson, Lusardi and Deutsch Named Salerno Duane Summit H.S. Football Players of the Game

SUMMIT, NJ - Senior captain Max Jackson and juniors Joe Lusardi and Evan Deutsch have been named Salerno Duane Summit High School Football Players of the Game for their roles in the Hilltoppers' NJSIAA North 2, Group 3 semifinal 51-14 smashing of Montville.

Jackson tore off several big runs as the Summit offense scored 44 unanswered first-half points. On the afternoon, ...

To The Max, To The Final: Summit H.S. Football's Forty-Four Point First Half Blows Away Montville, 51-14

SUMMIT, NJ - The U.S. National Weather Service defines gale force winds as being between 34-47 knots, or 39-54 miles per hour.

While it was, indeed, a very blustery day, the winds swirling above Investors Bank Field during the Summit High School Varsity Football Team's NJSIAA North 2, Group 3 semifinal versus Montville were -- thankfully -- not of that ...

Summit Soccer Club Boys U13 Team Captures Crown, Girls Reach Final at NJ Commissioners Cup

TINTON FALLS, NJ - The Summit Soccer Club’s (SSC) Boys and Girls U13 teams each enjoyed magical state cup runs, with the boys 'Summit City' squad becoming the first team to in Club history to win the tournament, and the girls 'Summit Freedom' team only the third SSC unit to reach the final.

'Summit City' brought home the hardware by beating ...

Hilltopper Gymnasts Conclude Season by Taking Fifth in Sectionals

EDISON, NJ - The Summit High School Gymnastics season drew to a close with the Hilltoppers -- competing against 65 individuals from 15 teams -- taking fifth place at the NJSIAA North Sectionals. Host school Bishop Ahr (112.95) claimed the top spot, followed by Old Bridge (108.925), Cranford (108.875) and Westfield (106.05).

Summit's team total of 103.8 was fueled by a number ...

Ryan Reigle and Austin Groce Earn Salerno Duane Summit H.S. Football Players of the Game Honors

SUMMIT, NJ - Senior Ryan Reigle and sophomore Austin Groce have been named Salerno Duane Summit High School Football Players of the Game for their roles in the Hilltoppers' playoff-opening 57-39 victory over Voorhees.

Reigle set the offensive tone for the home team -- and the game -- when he ripped off a long-run on the contest's first play from ...

Winner on Points: Summit H.S. Football Outslugs Voorhees in Playoff Opener, 57-39

SUMMIT, NJ - Like a prize fight between boxers of contrasting styles, the Summit High School Varsity Football Team floated like a butterfly and stung like a bee, landing numerous haymakers to the metaphorical jaw of Voorhees, knocking the Vikings to the canvas several times, causing a few standing eight counts, but never truly knocking out their opponents.

As a result, the ...

Summit High School Sports Wrap: Hilltopper Boys Soccer Gives Ferris Some Days Off, Field Hockey Falls at R-FH

JERSEY CITY, NJ - It was one up and one down for the two Summit High School teams competing in the NJSIAA playoffs yesterday, with the Boys Varsity Soccer Team advancing to the second round and the Varsity Field Hockey Team seeing their season draw to a close.

Hilltoppers Roll at Ferris

There is no question that the Boys Soccer Team figuratively limped into the ...

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