Par Hills Air Attack Grounded By Summit in Semis

Vikings' run ends as unbeaten Hilltoppers advance to championship game.

Parsippany Hills High School's football team knew it was up against one of the best in undefeated Summit in Saturday's North Jersey Section 2, Group 3 semifinals.

The unbeaten and perennial powerhouse Hilltoppers erased an early deficit and rolled to a 30-13 win at home.

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Parsippany Hills (8-3) 6 0 0 7 13 Summit (11-0) 7 7 13 3 30

Led by quarterback Tyler Simms, the Vikings scored the game's first touchdown on a pass to Tyler Bartro at the goal line. That would be the last time Parsippany Hills would have the lead.  

Simms spent much of the game in the Viking backfield putting up 45 passes and completing 23 for a total of 301 yards. Simms target for 10 of those completions was Kire Milevski, one of which for a fourth-quarter touchdown.

Natalie Davis December 02, 2012 at 07:24 PM
The folks in Summit were very impressed by Tyler Simms' passing ability and maturity and said the Vikings were a fine bunch of young men and football players.
Walter Isola December 10, 2012 at 02:24 AM
Thank you Natalie,you and the folks from Summit show a lot of class,Good luck.
Natalie Davis December 10, 2012 at 02:34 AM
Thanks, Walter, but Par Hills is a class team and its fans, who I am privileged to encounter every day, are too. Saying Par Hills is a great team is merely speaking the truth. In Summit they expect the Vikings will be tough and competitive—and a major challenge for the championship—next year.


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