Southern Ice Hockey Loses to Randolph In NJ Public A Quarterfinals 3-1

Mennen Arena before start of todays match between Southern and Randolph.  Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr.
Southern Hockey Seniors on Senior Night Credits: SRHS file photo

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Southern Regional Ice Hockey team lost in a tough contest this afternoon to Randolph High School 3-1 in the quarterfinals of the NJSIAA Public A Tournament at Mennen Arena in Morristown.  

Adam Redgate gave Randolph a 1-0 lead with his power-play goal 10:46 into the game, assisted by Janson and Nick Civetta. Jack Conrad tied the game at one with an unassisted goal with 1:48 into the second period.
Alex Kranis' sixth goal of the season, assisted by Jack Zimmer and Dan Janson with 11:51 left in the second period, proved to be the game-winning goal.  The Rams kept within one until William Zimmer added an empty-net goal with 41 seconds remaining in the third period for Randolph.  Cameron Conrad made 27 saves in goal for Southern.

Southern had an excellent season.  They finished with a final record of 18-5-4.  The Southern coaches and fans are hoping to one day have their own ice rink in the Manahawkin area.  


1st: Randolph: Adam Redgate (Nick Civetta, Dan Janson) 9:14 pp

2nd: Southern: Jack Conrad

2nd: Randolph: Alex Kranis (Jack Zimmer, Dan Janson) 3:09

3rd: Randolph: William Zimmer :41 empty net


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