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One particular method has a lot of experience playing on turf fields. The other was actively playing on its new residence turf for the initially time. But when the final whistle was blown, the residence squad celebrated its initially victory on its new field.
Senior Matt Xiques kicked a 28-yard industry aim to stake Barnegat to a 3- first-fifty percent guide, senior working back Nik DiLeo took the ball 6 yards for a 3rd-quarter landing, and the Bengals’ protection produced a 3-position direct stick through the fourth quarter through a 10-7 gain more than Central Regional on Oct. 17.
Soon after Xiques, who doubles as the team’s quarterback and kicker, booted a discipline objective to set Barnegat (3-) on the scoreboard with just in excess of 4 minutes remaining in the to start with quarter, neither crew scored for the rest of the 50 %. The Golden Eagles (2-1) erased the deficit halfway through the third quarter when a 40-garden go engage in and position-right after kick created it a 7-3 contest. Later on in the 3rd, the Bengals marched downfield and regained the lead on DiLeo’s score, and Xiques kicked the PAT.
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For the duration of the ultimate quarter, Central couldn’t break the Bengals’ protection, which experienced also managed a large fourth-quarter cease towards Shore Regional to protect a 20-13 victory a week previously. Jerry Weir led the Barnegat defensive crew with 10 tackles and a sack, though DiLeo also was in on 10 tackles. Kris Pollack and Connor Armstrong every single recovered a fumble.
Xiques completed 6 passes for 39 yards, while DiLeo carried the ball 21 periods for 92 yards. Joe Bivins extra 26 yards on the ground.
Barnegat goes again on the road for its very last away contest of the standard year on Saturday, Oct. 24, when the Bengals meet up with up with Manchester, a 42-13 winner over Pinelands past 7 days. Barnegat returns residence for the final two game titles of the frequent season – an Oct. 30 encounter-off with Lacey, followed by a Nov. 6 contest versus Manasquan.
Southern, 3-, Crushes
Toms River North
Southern Regional soccer has not started out 3- since 2008, but on Oct. 17 the Rams not only crushed Toms River North, 48-14, but remained undefeated by three normal-period contests driving one more enormous match by junior functioning back again Jaiden Brown.
Brown scorched the Mariners for 240 yards on 12 carries and scored a trio of touchdowns through the rout, which Southern led 34-7 at the half. Just after a 50-yard TD run earlier in the initially quarter, Brown added a 66-yard touchdown scamper, ahead of Xavier Hendricks snatched an interception and took it 85 yards to the residence for a 21- guide at the stop of the 1st quarter.
A 65-lawn operate by Brown set up his 1-garden burst into the conclude zone for a 28-7 guide in the next quarter, and Southern, immediately after halting the Mariners at the goal line on the prior possession, drove 99 yards for its fifth score, capped by a 10-property TD go from quarterback Taylor Munt to tight end Jay Silva. Through the 3rd quarter, Nick Fabrizzio scored on a 37-garden touchdown run, and Nate Committee added a 5-yard TD operate to culminate the Rams’ dominant effort and hard work of almost 500 yards of total offense.
The Rams will be at residence Friday, Oct. 23, to square off versus Toms River South, a 49-6 loser to Donovan Catholic very last week, prior to heading on the highway to meet up with Donovan Oct. 30.
Unbeaten in Hockey
The Southern Regional and Barnegat discipline hockey squads ended up both undefeated by way of 6 game titles, as the Rams won a pair of contests from Central Regional to make improvements to to 6- and the Bengals added two more wins versus Manchester to up their history to 5–1.
On Oct. 14, Kiera Lyons led the offensive attack with a pair of goals whilst Kate O’Boyle and Shannon Conroy every single additional objectives through Southern’s 4-2 gain. O’Boyle also gave out an aid and goaltender Maddy Brown manufactured 4 saves to help protect the victory. Tied 1-1 heading into the 2nd interval, the Rams scored two times to choose a 3-1 lead into the next 50 %, then extra a further target in the 3rd quarter. Central also scored in the third but was shut down in the final quarter.
The upcoming day, the Rams’ protection gave up absolutely nothing to the Golden Eagles en route to a 4- victory. Goalie Lauren Ricci necessary only 1 help save for the shutout, when Lyons, O’Boyle, Cuinn Deely and Kendyll Perrini each and every scored ambitions. Ella DiPietro gave out two helps, and O’Boyle and Deely every single handed out an guide.
Meanwhile, on Oct. 13, Camryn White sent a hat trick – scoring the moment in every single of the 1st three intervals – to direct Barnegat to a 3- earn more than Manchester. Haleigh Dengler and Alyson Sojak each and every dished out helps, and goaltender Madison Kubicz needed only three saves for the shutout.
Two times afterwards, the Bengals once again held the Hawks scoreless, as Kubicz anchored the defensive effort with four will save. Sojak scored the game’s only target, assisted by Ava Kennedy through the 3rd time period. The losses ended up the Hawks’ first two of the period.
Wildcats Pour on Offense
Towards Donovan Catholic
In addition to Barnegat and Southern, the Pinelands Regional subject hockey squad built it 5-for-5 for the nearby hockey teams, as the Wildcats crushed Donovan Catholic, 7-1, on Oct. 14. Immediately after taking a 1- guide in the to start with interval, the Wildcats included four goals in the next and two more in the third to choose a 7- lead into the fourth.
Olivia Gordon and Kamryn Borden every single tallied a pair of objectives, while Karianna Eagle, Layla Frost and Abby Romanek every popped in a goal. Jamilyn Hawkins, Eagle and Borden also gave out assists, as senior goalie Mickenzie Horay produced four will save, as Pinelands improved to 3-1-1.
Southern Women Internet
Two Tennis Wins
Right after getting rid of the initially 4 matches of the season, the Southern Regional women tennis group received 4 straight, which includes the two in opposition to Brick Memorial final 7 days – 5- on Oct. 13, adopted by a 4-1 victory the subsequent day.
For the duration of the shutout previously in the 7 days, Gabby Bates scored a 6-1, 6- victory at initial singles, whilst Ella Brown gained her 2nd-singles contest by the very same score, and Cristina Ciborowski emerged with a 6-, 6-1 win at 3rd singles. The teams of Erica Scheinberg and Tiffany Ortner and Julia McDonnell and Ruthi Gandhi swept the doubles matches with identical 6-, 6- scores.
The pursuing day, Bates took on a unique 1st-singles opponent and dropped, -6, 1-6, although Brown effortlessly received, 6-1, 6-1, at second singles, and Ciborowski also cruised to a 6-, 6-1 victory at 3rd. Scheinberg and Ortner also received, 6-1, 6-, and Kellie Cochran and Kaitlin Gonsalves rolled at next doubles, 6-2, 6-.
On Oct. 15, the Rams’ earn streak finished with a 3-2 decline to Toms River North. Brown gained, 6-2, 6-3, at seconds singles while Ciborowski conveniently received, 6-1, 6-1 at third singles. Bates received her very first set, 6-1, but dropped the following two, as did the next doubles squad of Cochran and Gonsalves. Scheinberg and Ortner misplaced in straight sets, 5-7, 2-6.
— David Biggy
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