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Petit-Clair Leads Central to Victory Over Southern Regional Boys Hoops 59-51

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Jake Dubois led Southern with 16 points in 59-51 loss to Central Regional on December 22nd. Credits: Pat Sharkey TAPinto Stafford / LBI
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STAFFORD, NJ - The Central Regional Golden Eagles defeated Southern 59-51 Thursday night at Southern.  Central's Anthony Petit-Clair scored a game-high 26 points to lead Central.  Central is 3-0 on the season and 3-0 in Shore Conference Class A South.  Dennis  Corbin also scored 12 points and Zion Hardy poured in 11 for Central.

Jake DuBois led the Rams with 16 points. Southern's record drops to 1-3 on the season and they are 0-2 in the Shore Conference Class A South.  Southern's next action will be on Tuesday, December 27 at 1:30 p.m. against Holy Spirit in the second round of the Score at the Shore tournament hosted by Southern.  


 

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