Summit soccer team beats Murphy at home

Summit Middle School soccer team hosted Murphy on April 22 and took the win, 5-0.

Summit took the field without offensive powerhouse Anthony Qemali who injured his hamstring against Swain.

Summit Sammy Lehotsky launches for position to send the ball down the field.

“I was proud of the team’s effort today,” said Summit Coach Jeremy Robinson. “We were playing without Qemali for the second straight game, and without him we have to have other players to step up to create chances. It was a great team effort.”

Summit Goalie August Stewart Payne had the chance to get out of the box and up on offense to score one against Murphy.

Summit August Stewart-Payne gets out of the goalie box and gets a chance to put one in the back of the net against Murphy.

This continues Summit’s undefeated season and Robinson said the Summit Bears are putting in the work in at practice and it shows.

“We had a couple close games with Highlands, but we knew we’d have an opportunity to win a lot of games this season,” said Robinson. “I’m proud of the kids for competing, working as a team, and getting it done on the field.”

Summit Alex Barranco stays with his mark.

Summit Sydney Sinclair controls the ball and keeps it moving against Murphy.

Summit Rainier Finley works for control of the ball against a Murphy player.

Summit Taylor Robinson sends the ball down the field against Murphy at home.

Summit Lauch Young intercepts a Murphy pass.

Summit Chance Wilson is in the thick of it but doesn’t give up going for the ball.

Summit Brayden Hahn send the ball up to the offense against Murphy at home.

Summit Wylie Hoffman gets the ball out of the danger zone against Murphy.

Summit Jose Pinilla sends the ball up to the offense.

Article and photos by Brian O’Shea
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