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RFH LACROSSE EARNS FIFTH TITLE

lacrosse-4751564Press release from Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School

The Boys Lacrosse team at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School won its fourth consecutive Shore Conference Tournament title, a feat that gives the squad a record-setting total of five SCT championships.

As the tournament’s top-seeded team, they defeated number two seed Southern with a score of 17-10 on May 13 at Monmouth University.

No other team has won as many championships during the 10-year history of the SCT. The RFH Bulldogs also own the greatest number of consecutive SCT championship wins.

High-scoring seniors included midfielder Chris Hubler (four goals, one assist), midfielder Chris Sutphen (three goals), attackman Dominic Padula (three goals, one assist), and attackman Colin Shea (two goals, two assists). RFH senior goalie Bryce Metzger made ten saves.

In other RFH sports news:

Bridget Curran, an RFH senior midfielder, was recently selected to complete in the ninth annual Under Armour All-American Girls Lacrosse Classic. A total of 46 girls from high schools across the United States were chosen for two teams that will compete on July 12 at Townson University in Maryland. Curran, who has earned a total of 145 goals and 113 assists, is the third RFH player to be chosen for this honor. The RFH Girls Lacrosse team recently won the SCT championship, besting Red Bank Catholic with a score of 11-7.

The RFH Boys Golf Team earned the South/Central Group 2 State Championship with a victory over Wall High School.

Skipper Charlotte List and Crew Addie Sellig earned four First Place finishes out of seven races held at the New Jersey Interscholastic Sailing Association’s Girls Championship Regatta. A total of 17 fleets, consisting of 30 girls from eight New Jersey High Schools, competed at the event held on May 14 at the Toms River Yacht Club.

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