Southern Ice Hockey Loses Tough Contest To Freehold Township 3-2 On Friday


FREEHOLD, NJ - The Southern Regional Boys Hockey team lost a tough contest to Freehold Township on Friday by a score of 3-2.  Hunter Bello and Jack Conrad scored for Southern.  Nick Englebert, Tyler Golomb, Paul Keyes and Trent Markley each recorded an assist for the Rams. 

This past week Paul Keyes was named the Asbury Park Press player of the week.  He was portrayed in the article as a fine student, great teammate, leader and even more importantly, he is a fine young man.  Congratulations and here is link to the article.

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Southern's record drops to 12-5-1 on the season.  They are 6-0 in conference play.  


Scoring Plays in Freehold Township Game

  • 1st: Freehold Township: Max Halvorsen (Tyler McNamara) 6:57
  • 1st: Southern: Hunter Bello (Nicholas Englebert, Tyler Golomb) 5:43
  • 2nd: Freehold Township: Tyler McNamara (Julian Kislin, Colin Sullo) 14:30
  • 2nd: Freehold Township: Julian Kislin (Blake Halvorsen) 6:18
  • 2nd: Southern: Jack Conrad (Paul Keyes, Trent Markley) 1:29




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