Southern Regional Boys Lacrosse Defeats Brick Memorial 20-3

Southern Regional Lacrosse Seniors Credits: SRHS file photo
Nick Simonelli scored his 100th career goal and his 200th assist for his career today. Credits: SRHS file photo
Class A South Champions Credits: SRHS file photo

STAFFORD, NJ - The Southern Regional Boys Lacrosse team led by Coach John Pampalone won their fourth straight Shore Conference Class A South title this afternoon (Monday) at Southern.  Southern soundly defeated Brick Memorial 20-3.  Southern was undefeated in Class A South this season.

Senior attacker Nick Simonelli scored his 100th career goal and recorded his 200th career point in the game.  Simonelli has 100 goals and 100 assists for his careeer.   Southern's overall record improves to 13-1, their only loss coming to Manasquan in the semifinals of the Shore Conference Tournament last week.  Brick Memorial is having a solid season with 11-5 overall record.  

The Rams are readying themselves for the upcoming NJSIAA State Tournament. 

Southern highlights are posted in chart below:

Nick Simonelli      7 goals 5 Assists

Kyle Mulrane        3 Goals 1 assist

James Manzo       2 goals

Will Johnson         2 goals 1 assist

Kyle Brown           1 Goal

Dylan Smith          1 goal

Nick Fontana         3 Goals

Austin Ogule         1 Goal

Tristen Farina        5 saves

Conner Black         3 saves



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