Englebert Scores Twice To Lead Southern Ice Hockey To 4-1 Victory Over Toms River North


TOMS RIVER, NJ - Nicholas Englebert scored two goals as Southern defeated Toms River North, 4-1, at Winding River Ice Rink in Toms River this past Thursday afternoon.  

Matt Flynn and David Lytle added a goal apiece for Southern as Trent Markley led the team with two assists. Trent Markley had 2 assists while Paul Keyes, Bryan Janiszewski and Hunter Bello each had an assist. Cameron Conrad made 21 saves in the victory.

Nick Papa scored the Toms River North goal in the third period unassisted as Ryan Dowds stopped 39 shots on goal.

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2nd: Southern: David Lytle (Hunter Bello, Trent Markley) 10:21

2nd: Southern: Matt Flynn (Bryan Janiszewski, Trent Markley) 5:02

3rd: Southern: Nicholas Englebert (David Lytle) 12:52

3rd: Toms River North: Nick Pica 10:52

3rd: Southern: Nicholas Englebert (Paul Keyes) :42 sh





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