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Southern Regional Girls Soccer Defeats Toms River East on Friday and ACIT on Saturday

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Credits: SRHS AD Chuck Donohue Jr.
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STAFFORD, NJ - The Southern Regional Girls Soccer team grabbed two victories at the end of last week.  On Friday afternoon, the Lady Rams defeated Toms River East 2-1.  Sara Camp and Shannon Lytle each scored a goal to lead Southern.  Lytle and Bailey Gellis each had an assist and Ava Castellazzo made nine saves for Southern.

Shea Holland scored for Toms River East.

 The Lady Rams defeated Atlantic County Institute of Technology 3-0 on Saturday morning at Southern. Megan Lockwood scored two goals and Shannon Lytle each added a score to lead Southern to a 3-0 victory over Atlantic Tech in Manahawkin.  Bailey Gellis had an assist for Southern.

After these two wins, the Rams record improves to 3-5 on the season.  

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