|Wednesday, Mar 29||Away||Seton Hall||
Lost 5-4 Summit was led by Pat White and David Parella with 2 goals each. Summit held SHP to 2 goals thru the first 3 quarters due to strong defensive play from Kevin Beatty and Harry Grange. Kevin Beatty led Summit with 4 ground balls. Owen McTernan finished with 6 saves. The team’s record is 0-1.
|Saturday, Apr 1||Away||Westfield||Won 11-6 The boys freshman lacrosse team rebounded from their season opening loss with an impressive victory over Westfield. Henry Muller and John Fischetti paced Summit with a combined 5 goals and 2 assists. Brendan Driscoll, Kyle Gettings, David Parella, Pat White, and Jacob Pantoya also notched goals for the Hilltoppers. Owen McTernan finished with 4 saves. The team’s record is 1-1.|
|Friday Apr 7||Home||Middletown South||Won 12-1 The boys freshman lacrosse team cruised to an easy victory over visiting Middletown South. Summit saw 6 different players score goals, led by Henry Muller’s 3. Summit’s defense was anchored by strong ground ball play from Kevin Beatty and Scott Cohen. Owen Mcternan finished the day strong with 3 saves.
|Monday Apr 10||Away||Chatham||Lost 5-4 The boys freshman lacrosse team fell to Chatham 4-5. Goals were scored David Parella, Henry Muller, John Fischetti, and Sam Roberts. Summit clawed their way back from a 3-1 deficit to take a 4-3 lead entering the 4th quarter led by a strong defensive effort from Harry Grange and Owen McTernan. Owen McTernan finished with 12 saves. The team’s record is 2-2.|
|Tuesday, Apr 11||4:30 PM||Home||Bergen Catholic||Won 7-6 The boys freshman lacrosse team outlasted Bergen Catholic 7-6 in an overtime thriller. Summit jumped out to a 4-0 lead after the 1st quarter, but BC managed to get their way back into the game, scoring the game tying goal with just 10 seconds remaining in the 4th quarter. Sam Roberts secured the ground ball that would lead to the game winning goal for the Hilltoppers. Henry Muller buried the game winner just over a minute into overtime. Muller finished with 3 goals, while Pat White was able to get 4 past the BC goalie. Owen McTernan had a stellar 4th quarter in goal, securing 5 saves and 8 total for the game. The team’s record is 3-2.|
|Thursday, Apr13||Away||Sparta||Won 7-5 The boys freshman lacrosse team bested Sparta 7-5. John Fischetti paced Summit with 4 goals, while Henry Muller and David Parella combined for Summit’s other 3 scores. Summit was especially efficient on the “man up” scoring 3 out of 4 times. Kevin Beatty led a strong defensive effort with 5 ground balls. Owen McTernan finished with 4 saves. The team’s record is now 4-2.
|Saturday, Apr 15||Away||Ridge||Won 7-4 The boys freshman lacrosse defeated Ridge 7-4. Pat White scored 3 goals, while Brendan Driscoll and John Fischetti each had 2. Henry Muller played an extremely unselfish game, dishing out 3 assists. Owen McTernan was lights out in goal, posting 4 big saves in the 4th quarter. Harry Grange, Theo Hodges, Justin Luckshire, and Charlie Allan all made big plays for the Hilltopper defense. The team’s record is now 5-2.|
|Tuesday, Apr 18||Home||West Morris Central||Lost 8-2 The boys freshmen lacrosse team fell 8-2 to West Morris Central. The Wolfpack stormed to a 7-0 lead midway thru the 2nd quarter before things started clicking for Summit. Pat White notched 2 goals before halftime, which brought new energy from the Hilltoppers. Both teams played a tight second half which yielded only 1 goal in favor to the Wolfpack. Brendan Driscoll led Summit with 4 ground balls and Owen McTernan had 4 saves. The team’s record is 5-3.|
|Thursday, Apr 20||Home||West Essex||Lost 5-4 The boys freshmen lacrosse team lost a nail biter 4-5 to Bergen Catholic. Pat White led the charge with 2 goals and an assist. Turnovers plagued Summit all day, keeping them from establishing an offensive rhythm. John Fischetti added a goal and 4 ground balls to keep Summit in the game during the second half. Owen McTernan finished the game with 4 saves. The team's record is 5-4.|
|Saturday, Apr 22||Away||Chatham||Won 3-2 (2 OT) The boys freshmen lacrosse team got its biggest win of the season thus far, defeating Chatham 3-2, in double overtime. While Summit had only about 3 minutes of possession in the first half, it was able to head into break down just 1-0, thanks to a stingy defense and a heroic effort from emergency goalie Spencer Myers. Myers tallied 8 saves in the first half and Chatham’s lone goal came on a “2 man up” situation. Summit was able to maintain much more possession in the 2nd half thanks to strong play in the midfield from Sam Roberts, John Fischetti, and Brendan Driscoll. Summit took the lead in the 2nd half off of goals from David Parella and Brendan Driscoll. With just over a minute left, Chatham scored, sending the game into overtime. Both teams had good chances in the overtime session, but strong defense and sound goalkeeping would remain the story of the game. Kevin Beatty came up with the crucial ground ball on the faceoff to start double overtime. From there, attackman Pat White was able to bury a shot past the Chatham goalie. Spencer Myers finished the game with 12 saves and the Hilltoppers emerged victorious. The team’s record is 6-4.|
|Wednesday, Apr 26||Home||Moorestown|
|Saturday, Apr 29||Away||Lincoln-Sudbury Regional|
|Monday, May 1||Away||Union County Tournament TBA|
|Thursday, May 4||Away||Union County Tournament TBA|
|Saturday, May 6||Away||Union County Championships|
|Wednesday, May 10||Away||Ridgewood|