Summit boys’ lacrosse team topples Aspen 11-3 |

Summit boys’ lacrosse team topples Aspen 11-3

The Summit High boys’ lacrosse team scored nine goals over the final three quarters to pull away from Mountain League-rival Aspen on Monday for an 11-3 win at home.

“We started a little slow, but then we sorted our stuff out and then got it going,” SHS head coach Karl Barth said.

Sophomore George Gruber picked up seven points in the game, scoring four goals and assisting on three others, and senior Dylan Horan had five points of his own.

The Tigers also got three points from their long poles, as defensemen Kyle Metzger and A.J. Pestello each had an assist, and Ian McCluskie scored a goal.

Goalie Garrett Tousey made eight saves, and midfielders Tyler Nelson and Nick Raymond went 11-14 on faceoffs.

The Tigers (7-4) travel to play Eagle Valley at 4 p.m. on Thursday.

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