|Wednesday, Mar 29||Away||Seton Hall||
Won 8-6 Summit, Pre-Season #2, kicked off the season with a victory over #5 Seton Hall. Junior Harry Kilkowski scored the opening goal for Summit. Kikowski and Chris Fowler ended the half with 2 goals apiece and a 4-2 lead for Summit.
Seton Hall had two goals early in the 2nd half, but Cory McManus and Fowler put things right with goals that restored Summit’s 2 goal lead. Goals by McManus, Kilkowski (completing a hat trick) and Finn McTernan put the game away. Will Vinton had 3 saves & Pat Moriarity 7 saves.
Summit will take on Arch-rival Delbarton on Saturday.
|Saturday, Apr 1||Away||Delbarton||Lost 7-3 Delbarton got on the scoreboard first. Summit tied the game with two seconds left in the first quarter as Eamon McTernan converted a feed from Chris Fowler.
Harry Kilkowski gave Summit a 2-1 lead midway through the second quarter when he took a cross-box feed from Corey McManus and beat the Delbarton goalie high. Delbarton scored before the half to tie the score.
Sadly, the the 3rd quarter was all Delbarton, as they ran off 4 unanswered goals. Corey McManus added a goal in the 4th. Will Vitton had 9 saves and Pat Moriarity had 3 saves.
|Tuesday, Apr 4||Home||Westfield||Won 5-2 The Blue Devils got on the board in the firs t32 secons of the game, but Summit, which fell to Delbarton by four goals on Saturday, regrouped and controlled the possession from that point on and put the game away with an efficient second half thanks to the work of goalie Will Vitton and Summit's entire defensive unit. Vitton made 12 saves.
Summit drew even late in the first quarter when Corey McManus went low-to-high off a feed from Chris Fowler on the man-up. The Hilltoppers took the lead for the first time midway through the second quarter when Harry Kilkowski dodged from behind the net and beat Westfield goalie on the bounce shot. Kilkowski doubled Summit's lead in the third quarter when he spun back to the short side and found an opening.
Summit's suffocating zone, , kept Westfield's attack away from the net. Any chances that did get through were swallowed up by Vitton.
Greg Moller and McManus both scored in a fourth quarter dominated by Summit to close out the victory.
|Thursday, Apr 6||Home||Old Bridge|
|Saturday, Apr 8||Away||Minisink Valley||
Won 16-1 Corey McManus finished with a team-high four goals for Summit, , in its 16-1 victory over Minisink Valley (NY) in Summit.
Harry Kilkowski added three goals and two assists, and Jackson Tyler and Tom Fischetti contributed two goals each for Summit.
Sam Kaplan, Pat Moriarity and Will Vitton shared the goalie defense.
|Tuesday, Apr 11||Home||Glen Rock||
Won 12-3 Jack Johnson and Harry Kilkowski each had three goals and one assist each for Summit, in its 12-3 victory over Glen Rock
Corey McManus added two goals and one assist for Summit, which led 5-0 after the first quarter. Eamon Mcternan finished with one goal and one assist in the victory while Greg Moler finished with one goal.
|Thursday, Apr 13||Home||Sparta||
Won 10-2 Corey McManus scored four goals and an assist and Harry Kikowski added a goal with five assists to lead Summit,to victory over No. 18 Sparta in Summit.
Chris Fowler had a goal with an assist and Jack Johnson, Eamon Mcternan, Jack Bonomo, and Tom Fischetti each had a goal for Summit, which led 6-2 at halftime.
Will Vitton had 14 saves in the win.
|Saturday, Apr 15||Away||Princeton||
Won 10-3 After Princeton scored the the first goal Summit took over with goals from Harry Kilkowski and Jack Johnson, taking a 2-1 lead after the first quarter. Summit turned up the heat in the second quarter getting two goals from Kilkowski and solo one apiece from Greg Moller and Corey McManus while the Tigers could only manage a one goal as Summit strolled into the half with a 6-2 lead.
The highly-regarded Hilltoppers finally put the game out of reach in the third when they added goals from Eamon McTernan and another by Johnson upping the lead to 8-2. Chris Fowler and Greg Moller ende the scoring. Will Vitton (3 saves) and Pat Moriarity (2 Saves) were strong in goal.
|Tuesday, Apr 18||Home||West Morris Central||
Won 11-1 Harry Kilkowski scored four goals and had an assist for Summit, as it defeated West Morris, 11-1.
Corey McManus scored three goals for Summit. Greg Moller, Jameson Waldron, Eamon Mcternan and Jackson Tyler all scored once. Jack Johnson had two assists and Chris Fowler had three. Will Vitton finished with five saves.
|Thursday, Apr 20||Home||West Essex||
Won 15-4 Harry Kilkowski tallied five goals with two assists and Corey McManus added five goals to lead Summi to a 15-4 victory over West Essex in Summit.
Jackson Tyler had one goal with two assists, and Eamon Mcternan, Greg Moller, Jack Johnson, and Skyler Schluter each added one goal apiece for Summit, which led 8-3 at halftime.
Will Vitton had five saves in the win, Pat Moriarity two.
|Saturday, Apr 22||Away||Chatham||
After Chatham scored again early in the 2nd half i
When the dust settled Chatham had won essentially all of the 14 face-offs
|Wednesday, Apr 26||Home||Moorestown||
Won 3-2 Four days the loss to Chatham, Summit rebounded in a big way, stifling No. 8 Moorestown in a 3-2 decision at HighPoint Solutions Stadium at Rutgers University.
Summit's defense regained its confidence, holding Moorestown without a goal for two-plus quarters. Goals from Chris Fowler and Harry Kilkowski in the fourth quarter proved to the difference for Summit, which did not hold a lead until early in the fourth quarter.
After falling behind in the first quarter, Summit tied the game midway through the second when Eamon McTernan cut through Moorestown's defense and converted a feed from Kilkowski to draw the Hilltoppers even at the half..
After both teams were held without a goal in the third quarter, Fowler gave Summit the 2-1 lead with 8:36 left in the game, when he scooped up a ground ball and fired the shot past Moorestown's goalie.
Summit added to its lead late in the fourth quarter when Kilkowski drove to the cage and scored high to make it a 3-1 game with 2:47 left.
|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|