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SGFS 8U Wins Cranford Fall Travel Championship
SGFS' 8U team won the Cranford Fall Travel Championship. After a slow start to the season, the girl’s offense and defense came together. Winning their last 5 games they finished the regular season at 6-2. Their positive momentum propelled them into the playoffs winning 3 games to advance to the finals against unbeaten Westfield, where their strong defensive play carried them to an incredible 8-5 victory.
SGFS 10U Wins Cranford Fall Travel Championship
Coming off a respectable 7-4 Summer league season, the 10U Maroon team went undefeated in the Cranford fall 10U division. At 11-0, 10U maroon dominated the other 15 teams in the league from 12 area towns.
8U White Wins Green League Summer Championship!
SGFS Summer 8U Team places Second in the Cranford 8U tournament
During the weekend of June 21-23, Summit's 8U Softball travel team battled 8 other teams from around union county to place second in the tournament, Congrats!! Thank you for a Wonderful Spring Season!
Suburban League Champions--University of North Carolina!
Major League Champions--Padres!
Minor League 4th Grade Champions--BATS!!
Minor League 3rd Grade Champions--Blizzards!
Congrats to the FIRESTORM, SGFS 3rd&4th Grade Spring Champs!!
Front (from left): Jack Washburn, Trevor Donatacci, Ben Lim, Matt Mormile, Max Model
Middle (from left): Kunal Sengupta, Peter Galuppo, Owen Wilkins, Matt Murdock, Matt Wilson, Grant Douglas, Coach Ike Welsh
Back (from left): Jack Froschauer, Michael Mahecha, Will Schaffer
Not pictured: Patrick Tully
SJBB 8th Grade Team Finishes Remarkable Season
Finishing with a stellar record of 15-1, the SJBB 8th Grade Team recently concluded its most successful season in recent years. Led by a strong offense, the talented squad from Summit outscored its opponents 151-46 in its 16 game season. Complementing the offense was a strong pitching staff that consistently stifled the opposing teams, collecting 5 shutout performances. Amazingly, the staff delivered two consecutive no-hitters; one on April 22 and the other on April 23. Will Schaffer no-hit Park Middle School from Scotch Plains on April 22 followed by Grant Douglas and Matt Murdock combining to no-hit David Brearley Middle School on April 23. The last week of the season included a dramatic finish. On May 21, Jack Washburn connected on a bases-loaded, two out, walk-off double to drive in the game-tying and game-winning run to defeat Liberty Middle School of West Orange 6-5. Coach Welsh could not be more proud of his team. “This special group of young men played with skill, determination, focus, and character. It was a meaningful experience to watch these players respond to challenges and play at a high level throughout the season.”