Southern Regional Athletic Department Summer Updates

Southern Regional 2016 Summer Baseball Campers Credits: Chuck Donohue Jr.
Southern Regional Alumni and veteran Cincinnati Bengal football players Clark Harris made appearance at Ram Football Camp.  He is pictured with AD Chuck Donohue Jr.  Credits: SRHS AD Chuck Donohue Jr.
Mike Gesicki, featured on the 2016 Watchlist for the John Mackey Award  Credits:

STAFFORD, NJ - Just because school is out doesn't mean that things are quiet at the Southern Regional High School Department of Athletics.  Here are some updates about a few of the many summer activities on the Rams Campus.

  • Southern Regional Baseball Camp:  The campers and coaches made this years camp a success.  The camp took place from July 5th to July 7th at Southern Regional High School.  Check out the photo of this year's campers. 
  • Southern Regional Basketball Camp:  Coach Eric Fierro reports that the Rams had an extremely successful week of camp.   A highilight of the camp was a visit by former top scorer and current Penn State football player Mike Gesicki.   Coach Fierro and his staff will conduct clinics throughout the summer on weeknights in the high school gym.  
  • Southern Regional Football Camp:  Athletic Director Chuck Donohue Jr. reported that coaches from many areas of Southern New Jersey came to assist Coach Donohue Sr. in his annual summer camp two weeks ago.  
  • Alumni Update:  Southern Regional graduate and Penn State Tight End Mike Gesicki was honored recently by being nominated for the 2016 watchlist for the presitigious John Mackey Award.  This award is presented at the conclusion of each season to the best Tight End in college football.  Check out the following website

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