THE Gentleman: Southern running back Jaiden Brown tallied 222 yards and four touchdowns towards Brick Memorial. (File photograph by David Biggy)
Coming into the football period, most groups in the Shore Convention realized Southern Regional’s jogging assault centered on junior Jaiden Brown. But though it is one issue to suspect he’s going to carry the ball a large amount, it is a different to attempt to cease him when he has it.
On Oct. 9, Brick Memorial did not halt him a great deal. Brown carried the ball 29 instances for 222 yards and scored all four of the Rams’ touchdowns during a 28-13 victory, Southern’s 2nd in as a lot of video games.
Right after the Mustangs scored their initially landing to take a 6- direct into the next quarter, Brown sent TD operates of 22 and 2 yards, every single adopted by Hank Gallacher place-right after kicks to give the Rams (2-) a 14-6 direct at halftime. In the 3rd quarter, Brown aided enhance the margin with a 21-lawn TD run and Gallacher’s 3rd PAT created it 21-6. Brown capped his great exertion with a 7-garden TD burst in the fourth quarter and Gallacher kicked the further point for a 28-6 guide.
Memorial additional a late touchdown and PAT, but the Rams maintained regulate of the remaining outcome, as Nate Committee, Gallacher, Frank Fierra and Steve Langton every single registered sacks and Xavier Hendricks recovered a fumble. Brown also snatched an interception.
Increases to 2-
Only a person touchdown was scored throughout the second 50 %, but Barnegat was the crew that scored it. From there, the Bengals went on to a 20-13 victory more than Shore Regional to continue to be great by way of two game titles.
Following Nik Dileo’s 48-property touchdown operate, adopted by a Matt Xiques PAT, and Jojo Bivins’ 1-yard TD plunge, the Bengals and Blue Devils went into the 50 percent tied at 13-13. But all through the 3rd quarter, Andrew Vernieri broke the deadlock with a 7-property TD run and Xiques kicked a further more place to make it a 7-issue recreation going into the fourth.
Dileo carried the ball 15 moments for 107 yards, even though Bivins carried 12 moments for 53 yards. Xiques finished 10 of 16 passes for 166 yards – 113 of them had been delivered by Dorsey Criss, who caught 4 passes. Defensively, Victor Brescia led the cost with 9 tackles, while John Porcelli included eight additional. Robert Armstrong, who had 7 tackles, managed a pair of sacks and recovered a fumble as well. Vernieri also intercepted a few passes.
Southern Wins Pair
In Girls Tennis
Subsequent 4 straight losses to start off the period, Southern Regional girls tennis last 7 days scored its to start with two victories of the time – both of those 5- triumphs from Shore Convention Course A South rival Brick.
Throughout the shutout victory on Oct. 9, Gabby Bates won a 6-3, 7-6 (7-4) contest at very first singles, while Ella Brown delivered a 6-, 6- gain at next singles, and Cristina Ciborowski cruised to a 6-1, 6- choice at 3rd singles. Erica Scheinberg and Tiffany Ortner effortlessly gained a 6-2, 6-1 match at very first doubles, and the next-doubles tandem of Julia McDonnell and Ruthi Gandhi received, 6-1, 6-2.
Previously in the week, Bates released the Rams toward their to start with win with a 6-4, 6-2 acquire at very first singles, followed by straight-established victories, 6-, 6- and 6-1, 6-, by Brown and Ciborowski. Scheinberg and Ortner routed their opponents at 1st doubles, 6-, 6-1, and Kellie Cochran and Kaitlin Gonsalves cruised at second doubles, 6-3, 6-.
Barnegat Ladies Insert
Two Tennis Wins
Two wins to start the year were followed by a pair of losses, but the Barnegat ladies tennis crew obtained again to successful with a pair of 4-1 victories in excess of nearby rival Pinelands Regional very last week.
At to start with singles, Paige Menegus gave the Bengals (4-2) a fantastic commence with a 6-2, 6-2 win more than Angie Papa, just before 2nd singles players Ava Baker defeated Emilia Savich, 6-, 6-3, and Kira Pokluda done the singles sweep in the third spot with a 6-4, 6-3 earn around Holly Meyer. The Wildcats (2-4) scored their only victory behind Mackenzie Regan and Molly Sanborn-Quigley, who outed Shannon Harrington and Maura Glines, 2-6, 6-2, 6-4. Barnegat’s Talia Fraser and Isabella Lobo defeated Kaitlyn Edwards and Courtney Burns, 6-2, 6-2, at next doubles to finish the victory.
Two days before, on Oct. 7, Menegus defeated Papa, 6-3, 6-1, at very first singles, though Baker topped Savich, 6-3, 6-2, at next, and Pokluda won the third singles match, 7-5, 6-2, above Meyer. Harrington and Glines won at initially doubles, 7-6 (8-6), 6-2, around Sanborn-Quigley and Caitlyn Rodriguez, but Burns and Edwards spoiled the shutout bid to rating Pinelands’ stage with a 6-4, 6-4 earn about Lobo and Fraser.
— David Biggy