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Southern Regional Boys Lacrosse Defeats Toms River North

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#27 Evan Henken, 45 Tristan Farina, great effort in goal today #35 Anthony Triola, #23 Will Johnson Credits: SRHS file photo
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STAFFORD, NJ - Coach John Pampalone's Southern Lacrosse had an easy time with a strong Toms River North squad this afternoon.  Nick Simonelli scored three goals and had three assists to lead the Rams to a a 14-2 victory over the 6-1 Toms River North squad.

Southern had a 6-0 lead at halftime.  Will Johnson and James Manzo each scored three goals and had one assist, while Kyle Mulrane added two goals. Nick Fontana, Jon Manzo, and Chris Citarella each scored a goal. Tristen Farina made 14 saves, while Connor Black made three saves for Southern.

Southern's record improves to 9-0 after today's victory. 

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Southern3-3-3-5
TRN 0-0-0-2

Southern players
Nick Simonelli 3 goals 3 assists
Kyle Mulrane 2 goals
Will Johnson 3 goal 1 assists
Jon Manzo 1 goals 1 Assist
James Manzo 3 goal 1 assists
Nick Fontana 1 Goal
Ryan McWhorter 1 assist
Chris Citarella 1 goal
Anellio Russo 1 assist

Tristen Farina 15 saves
Connor Black 1 saves

TRN players
Butz  1 goal 1 assist
Pica  1 goal
Solomone 1 assist
Squires 10 saves

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