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Southern Regional Field Hockey Defeats Jackson Memorial 2-0

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STAFFORD, NJ - On Thursday afternoon the Southern Regional Field Hockey team defeated Jackson Memorial 2-0 in a key Class A South matchup. Samanatha Minafo scored both Southern goals.  Maitland Demand had 2 assists and Kaitlyn Spaschak had 4 saves in goal.  

Southern Coach Jenna Lombardo said "Today our intensity was exactly were it needed to be, we made great decisions and our defense stepped up tremendously, especially Emma Wilhelm, Holly Essinger, Jordon Korpon,and Lauryn Flynn. They were incredible!'  

The Lady Rams move to 4-0 on the season.  They play a non-conference game at Freehold Boro Saturday at 10 a.m. 

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Box Score

Team 1 2 Final
Jackson Memorial (1-2) 0 0 0
Southern (4-0) 0 2 2

Jackson Memorial Team Stats

Shots
4

Jackson Memorial Player Stats

Player Goals Assists Saves
Madison Weinstein (Goalie) 0 0 3
Mildred Trembley (Goalie) 0 0 1

Southern Team Stats

Shots
9

Southern Player Stats

Player Goals Assists Saves
Maitland Demand 0 2 0
Samantha Minafo 2 0 0
Kaitlyn Spaschak (Goalie) 0 0 4

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