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Southern Regional Boys Soccer Defeat Jackson Memorial 1-0 in Double Overtime

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STAFFORD, NJ - The Southern Regional Boys Soccer team won a big game today against Jackson Memorial in double overtime by a score of 1-0.  This is Southern's third consecutive victory.  Southern's goal was scored by Ethan Leming with an assist from Luke Kretschmer in the second overtime. 

Southern Regional first year coach Guy Lockwood reported that "Ethan Leming sealed an outstanding effort in our victory on a free kick placed by Luke Kretschmer.  The teams played an equal match through regulation, with each side having a goal called back, and we were able able to prevail in the final minutes off Leming’s perfectly placed free kick to the upper right corner of the net.  Jay Boehler (Sr.) was stellar again in goal, recording his second clean sheet of the season."

Southern's next game is Saturday morning at Brick Township High School.  Southern's record improves to 3-1 on the season.  

 

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