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Refs can earn $40 to $60 per game.
The team will compete in a quad match Saturday at Mountain Lakes with Bernards and Glen Ridge.
Hilltoppers hold off Parsippany Hills' rally to win championship.
Hilltoppers win second straight state crown and eighth overall.
The Hilltoppers take on the Parsippany Hills Vikings at 7 p.m. Friday at Kean University.
Two-thirds of NJSIAA voting membership keeps postseason structure capped at sectional title games.
The team was led by two returning sophomore co-captains, Noa Efron and Emily Donohue, and then a squad of 9 freshmen, including top all-arounders Abby Claus and Alysia Lopez.
Hilltoppers best Cougars for second time this season.
Summit bested Gov. Livingston Saturday, while the Cougars advance after defeating Palisades Park on Friday night.
Up next Summit takes on Cranford.
Game starts at 1 p.m. at Tatlock Field.
Girls gained momentum throughout season.
Gillian McIroy and Leland Jones finished in first place.
Salvatore Mercurio scored two goals to lead the Rams to victory.
Oratory wins first round of the NJSIAA Non Public B State Tournament.
A total of 49 area swimmers competed recently in the Chappy's Big Race, dedicated to memory of NY father killed in 9/11.
Summit heads to the NJSIAA quarterfinals next week.
Up next: The Hilltoppers will face Delaware Valley at 2 p.m. Saturday at home.