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M Basketball

Pope John steals one from Summit, 58-50

The Hilltoppers came into this game hoping to build on a huge victory over Chatham – by far their best game of the season. Charlie Schaffer continued his strong guard play, leading summit with 8 points in the first 6 minutes. Pope John leaned on their height, grabbing a bunch of offensive boards to take […]

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M Basketball

Hilltoppers dominate Chatham, 61-39

Summit faced its biggest test of the year traveling to Chatham to take on a tough 6-2 Cougar team. Their record included a 10 point victory over a New Providence squad who drubbed the Hilltoppers earlier in the season. Chatham jumped out to a quick 7-2 lead and it looked like it might be a […]

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M Basketball

Offensive explosion powers Boys Basketball past Bernards, 65-41

One of the narratives around Summit’s early-season struggles is their inability to generate consistent offense. That narrative evaporated on Saturday, as Summit leapt out to an early 20-pt lead and never looked back. Coach Simo was back on the bench and fired up about the show his Hilltoppers put on. Despite missing key contributors Joaquin […]

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M Basketball

Nottingham edges Hilltopper MBB at buzzer, 44-42

Summit took on the Nottingham Northstars on Wednesday afternoon looking to snap a two-game skid. Dave Field was at the helm again and Rhett Grieco got his first start of the season. A slow Hilltopper start combined with hot Nottingham shooting found Summit staring down the barrel of a 10-2 deficit. A Myles Blackley 3 […]

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M Basketball

Hilltopper MBB falls to Millburn, 49-48

The Hilltoppers tipped off against the neighboring Millburn Millers in the Pete Tierney Memorial Holiday Tournament in Summit. Coach Tim Simo was absent, so longtime assistant Dave Field was at the helm. Myles Blackley opened the scoring on a fast break ignited by his own block. Wes Hellings had back-to-back scores with a corner jumper […]

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M Basketball

New Providence downs Hilltopper M Basketball, 67-47

The Hilltoppers traveled to New Providence looking to build off the momentum from their thrilling come-from-behind win in the season opener. The team was also looking for a measure of revenge, having dropped both matchups to the Pioneers in the 2020-2021 campaign. The Pioneers jumped all over Summit from the opening tip. Full court pressure […]

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M Basketball

M Basketball downs Hillside at buzzer, 34-33

The 2021-2022 season tipped off at home, with Summit hosting the Hillside Comets in front of a packed – and masked – home crowd. Both teams struggled to generate offense in the early going – neither team scored a point until halfway through the first. Summit didn’t get on the board until freshman Myles Blackley […]

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Boys Hockey

Boys Hockey falls to Livingston, 3-1

After battling to a scoreless 1st period, the Lancers scored two 2nd period goals before the Hilltopper offense could get on the board. Nathan Steel narrowed the margin to 1 with a score (assisted by Paul Rubinshteyn and Dylan Goldfarb). That was all the offense Summit could muster. The Lancers added another late in the […]

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Girls Hockey

Girls Hockey battles Pingry to 5-5 tie

The Hilltoppers are going to wish they had this one back, as they took a 5-3 lead into the 3rd period and weren’t able to emerge with a victory. Summit took an early 2-0 lead on the strength of goals by Ashlyn Messer (assisted by Elizabeth Puskar) and Bridget Grennon (assisted by Taylor Cornell). Pingry […]

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Girls Hockey

Girls Hockey beats Randolph 5-0

The Hilltoppers were dominant in a 5-0 romp over Randolph. Bridget Grennon opened the scoring with a shorthanded goal (assisted by Taylor Cornell and Elizabeth Puskar). Puskar snuck another score in at the close of the 1st (assisted by Cornell) to make the margin 2-0. Summit continued to extend the margin throughout the game. Grennon […]