Southern Reaches Boys Volleyball South Jersey Final, Face Jackson Memorial Rematch

Right here WE GO Again: Tommy Deakyne and the Southern Regional boys volleyball crew has reached the NJSIAA South Jersey championship for an 11th straight season and will fulfill a familiar foe, Jackson Memorial. (Picture by David Biggy)
The Southern Regional boys volleyball group is ideal wherever it belongs.
On Monday, June 7, mentor Eric Maxwell’s top rated-seeded Rams returned to the NJSIAA South Jersey sectional championship with a 2- victory more than fourth-seeded Moorestown. It will be the Rams’ 11th straight part closing visual appeal.
Senior Tommy Deakyne paced the Rams with 12 kills and an ace in the course of the 25-11, 25-15 drubbing, whilst senior Dylan Lockwood compiled 15 helps, two digs, a block and an ace senior C.J. Schmidt scored on 4 blocks and classmate Jay Silva extra three blocks. Lukas Kean and Matt Rekuc each and every had two kills, and Ethan Circumstance and Finn Olcott each managed a trio of digs.
Past week, Southern (28-1) blazed through the second spherical and quarterfinals – eliminating 17th-seeded Pinelands, 25-9, 25-19, on June 2, and eighth-seeded Lacey, 25-14, 25-22, on June 4. Towards the Lions, Deakyne hammered down 17 kills, when Kean sent 8 kills, Situation managed 10 digs, and Lockwood gave away 27 assists.
In the meeting with the neighboring Wildcats, Deakyne led the way with 9 kills, 3 digs and an ace, while Lockwood contributed 13 assists, 3 digs and a block, and Kean scored on 4 kills. Matt Leonard also gave out 5 assists and had two digs, and Jay Silva had two kills and two blocks. On the Pinelands aspect of the web, Brogan Duelly smacked 7 kills and recorded four digs, though Abdullah Elsayed managed five kills and 6 digs, and Dan Brunke and Aaron Johnson gave out nine and seven helps, respectively.
With the semifinals victory, the Rams will engage in an additional household match for the sectional ultimate, this time towards a acquainted foe, Shore Convention Class A South rival and sixth-seeded Jackson Memorial, which upended seventh-seeded Kingsway, 2-1, in the semis. Two of the 3 occasions Southern has squared off with the Jaguars, such as many weeks back for the duration of the Shore Conference Event semifinals, the consequence was a 2-1 victory for the Rams. The other was a 2- Southern earn.
Barnegat Baseball Squad
Falls in Quarterfinals
Right after scoring a good victory in the to start with spherical of the NJSIAA South Jersey Team II baseball tournament before in the week, Barnegat was bounced out pursuing an 8-2 decline to Shore Conference Course B South rival Manchester on June 5.
The 12th-seeded Hawks trailed the fourth-seeded Bengals (13-8) by a operate, 2-1, heading into the top rated of the 3rd inning prior to scoring a few instances to grab the guide for good. Manchester additional a operate in the fifth, then tacked on a few more to seal the victory and progress to the semifinals to meet top-seeded West Deptford.
The Bengals scored once just about every all through their initial two at-bats, but recorded just five hits in opposition to Hawks’ hurler Joe Sclama, who fired the full activity. Nick Danbrowney started off on the hill for Barnegat, gave up four gained operates on 7 hits and two walks although hanging out eight by the initial five innings. P.J. Craig came on in aid for the ultimate two Manchester at-bats.
Kyle Moor was the only Bengal to register additional than a single strike, going 2-for-3 with a double. Craig and Rafael Dominquez every experienced RBIs. Bryan Snowden, Justin Bye and Danbrowney had Barnegat’s other hits.
On June 2, the Bengals cruised into the quarterfinals with a 10- victory more than 13th-seeded Center Township. Barnegat scored when in the first, then included six in the next to just take command. Danbrowney went 2-for-3 with a residence operate and 3 RBI, even though Snowden went 2-for-4 with a double and a triple, and Jared Schworn ended up 2-for-2 with an RBI. Craig and Anthony Molfino also experienced hits. Schworn fired the very first 4 innings on the mound, letting three hits and 4 walks even though fanning two Tigers. Tyler DelPercio pitched two innings of aid, offering up just one hit and whiffing a pair.
Season Ends
For Southern Girls Lacrosse 
Following cruising via its very first-spherical matchup before very last week, Southern Regional’s season ended in the NJSIAA South Jersey Group IV ladies lacrosse quarterfinals with a 16-6 decline to fourth-seeded Princeton on June 4.
The fifth-seeded Rams (14-4) fell behind, 10-2, by halftime and could not shut the gap enough to pose a danger in the 2nd 50 %, as the Tigers outscored Southern, 6-4, to seal the victory. For Southern, Rylee Johnson scored two times and gave out two helps, although Casey McBride contributed a pair of objectives, and Kacey Kubarewicz dished out two assists. Deirdre Jones had a target and an assist, and Emma Gallaro scored as soon as.
For the duration of their 8-5 victory around 12th-seeded Millville on June 1, Jones led the way with 3 goals and an aid, even though Johnson fired in 3 ambitions, and Kubarewicz tossed in a goal and handed out 3 assists. Sophia Cooney scored Southern’s other intention, and goaltender Lauren Ricci registered 6 will save.
Pinelands Ladies Lacrosse
Falls in Segment Tourney
The Pinelands Regional women lacrosse team’s continue to be in the NJSIAA South Jersey Team II match wasn’t a prolonged a single, as the 14th-seeded Wildcats had been scorched by third-seeded Manasquan, 19-3, in the very first spherical. Bridget Dudas, Jamilynn Hawkins and Kamryn Borden scored Pinelands’ goals.
— David Biggy

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