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Excel 2010 - summing column based on MATCH result

I have a workbook containing a data sheet of several thousand rows and 100+ columns, and a summary sheet.

What I am trying to do is use the MATCH function on the summary sheet to locate the specific column title on the data sheet, and once found sum the data that corresponds to the specific column.

Is Match the correct function to use?  If so, how would I create the sum once the column is found.
A simplistic example is attached.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Split points because with majority going to ProfessorJimJam because both solutions worked, but ProfessorJimJam was the more dynamic approach with the amount of data being processed
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