It was a busy weekend for Hilltopper sports. Here's a roundup of who won and lost:
The Summit High School wrestling team fell to Columbia 48 to 30. Here's the box score from the meet:
103: Nathan Pham (Columbia) won be forfeit
112: Khari-Elijah Jarrett (Columbia) pin Tyler Bowlin, 1:05
119: Jon Bayani (Summit) won by forfeit.
125: Andrew Adams (Columbia) pin Alex Mayorga, :32
130: Alex Lopez (Columbia) dec. Nicholas Abbott, 6-4
135: Colum Dougerty (Summit) pin Steven Edmond, 5:34
140: Andre Zeledon (Summit) def. Obinna Nwanonyiri by disqualification
145: Jesse Krasner (Columbia) pin Sean Paduganao, 1:12
152: Zachary Tolles (Summit) pin Edvard Larose, 1:52
160: Christopher Auriemma (Columbia) pin Chris Chaves, 4:50
171: Anthony Iarussi (Summit) pin Jordan Oxford, 1:00
189: Branden Otis (Columbia) dec. Maneul Navas, 7-4
215: Yalan Sesay (Columbia) won by forfeit
285: Cliff Mcisaacs (Columbia) won by forfeit
The boys swim team beat Elizabeth, 118-49200 Freestyle
Michael Peck (Summit) 2:18.3 200 IM
Tim Kostolansky (Summit) 2:16.24 50 Freestyle
Loring Bowen (Summit) 23.8 100 Butterfly
Jimmy Currie (Summit) 1:05.46 100 Freestyle
Eric Przedpelski (Summit) 57.52 500 Freestyle
Matthew Bauer (Summit) 5:57.99 200 Freestyle Relay
Kyle Fries, Kyle Lyman, Tyler Macdonald, Matthew Richson (Summit) 1:45.59 100 Backstroke
Daniel Byers (Summit) 1:06.76 100 Breaststroke
Jack Haberl (Summit) 1:19.75 400 Freestyle Relay
William Benn, Kevin Fries, Luca Guadagno, Jack Schaefer (Summit) 3:58.83
Boys Ice Hockey
The Hilltoppers defeated Scotch Plains, 6-1. Eric Stabler led the team in scoring with two goals. Liam McLaughlin had one goal and one assist while Tim Yager, Will Brenn and Jeff Wycoff each had one goal for Summit, now (4-1).
The Hilltoppers dropped their season opener to Union Catholic Friday night, 58-45. Summit Patch was in attendance and brought you a . Ba'Shawn Mickens led the team in scoring with 21 points followed by Curtis Slaght with eight points and Levi Glick with seven points.
Kelly Osmulski made a clutch layup with 1.7 seconds remaining, to lead the team to a against Union High School on Friday. Osmulski was the top scorer for the Hilltoppers as she hit for 17 points in the game, including her winning shot at the end of regulation.