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Boys lacrosse roundup -- Southern's Dylan Jinks scores 250th career goal
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Boys lacrosse roundup -- Southern's Dylan Jinks scores 250th career goal

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Southern Regional High School senior Dylan Jinks scored his 250th career goal in Southern's 17-1 Shore Conference win over Brick Township on Wednesday.

During a man-up situation, Jinks took a pass from Kyle Mulrane and beat the goalie in the low right corner. It was his third of five goals on the game.

"I'm just excited," said Jinks, 18. "I'm just glad I can help my team in any way they need me. I'm just excited I got it."

Jinks has 252 goals for his career and is in the top five in the state this season with 54 goals. He will play for NCAA Division I Hartford next season.

Southern (12-0) is No. 3 in The Press Elite 11.

Southern Regional 4 10 2 1-17

Brick Township 0 0 0 0-1

Goals-Jinks (5), Johnson (5), McManus (3), Smith (3), Mulrane SR; Cosgrove BT.

Goalies-LeFanto (6), Gile (3) SR; Barone BT (6).

Records-Southern 12-0, Brick 7-5.

Lacey Township 11,

Brick Memorial 4

Dan McAvoy paced the visiting Lions with three goals, while Connor Wilson, Ryan Mahon and Quinn Kiernan scored two apiece. Mike Trezza earned the win with 15 saves.

Lacey Township 2 4 3 2-11

Brick Memorial 1 0 2 1-4

Goals-McAvoy (3), Wilson (2), Mahon (2), Kiernan (2), Gleason, Sirotniak L; Sharpe (2), Henry, Potter B.

Goalies-Trezza (15) L; NA (7) B.

Records-Lacey 9-4.

Cape-Atlantic League

Middle Township 14,

Cedar Creek 4

Jack Denis led the visiting Panthers with four goals. Thompson DeMarco added three. Nik Anagnou, Dimitri Terenik and Chase Deegan had two goals apiece.

For Cedar Creek, Kyle Broeker scored twice.

Middle Township 5 7 2 0-14

Cedar Creek 0 0 1 3-4

Goals-Denis (4), DeMarco (3), Anagnou (2), Terenik (2), Deegan (2), Lindholm M; Broeker (2), McMahon, Devini C.

Goalies-Williams (3) M; Blankenship (7) C.

Records-Middle 6-6; Cedar Creek 3-8.

Ocean City 17,

Atlantic City 1

Ocean City's Owen Dierolf scored five goals. Dylan Fahy added four goals and Tommy Cusack three.

Jimmy Drew scored for the Vikings, Jesse Zipmer made 16 saves.

Ocean City 4 7 3 3-17

Atlantic City 0 1 0 0-1

Goals-Dierolf (5), Fahy (4), Cusack (3), Bowersock, Rauner, Demore, Walsh, Clark OC; Drew AC.

Goalies-Gerber (6) OC; Zipmer (16) AC.

Records-Ocean City 11-3; Atlantic City 1-11.

Oakcrest 16,

Holy Spirit 1

Matt Hess scored four goals to lead Oakcrest. Tom Giardino added one goal and seven assists for the host Falcons

Luke Bellucci scored for Holy Spirit.

Holy Spirit 0 0 1 0-1

Oakcrest 8 4 0 4-16

Goals-Bellueli H; Hess (4), Steblini (2), Kaufman (2), Luu (2), Giardino, Holak, Cassara, Hay, Vargas, Hallock.

Goalies-NA H; Verzicco (2) O.

Records-Holy Spirit 0-8; Oakcrest 7-3.

Nonleague

No. 1 St. Augustine Prep 9,

Lawrenceville 8

Jared Chiachetti led St. Augustine Prep, the No. 1 team in The Press Elite 11, with two goals and one assist. Nick DeCaprio added two goals, while Ernie Alvino earned the win with 13 saves.

Jason DeMarco scored three times to lead Lawrenceville.

Lawrenceville 2 3 2 1-8

St. Augustine Prep 5 3 1 0-9

Goals-DeMarco (3), Maloney (2), Ahl, Hubler, Coffey L; Chiachetti (2), DeCaprio (2), Eisele, Fox, Young, McLoughlin, Kitchen S.

Goalies-Thompson (8) L; Alvino (13) S.

Records-Lawrenceville 5-7; St. Augustine 10-2.

Lower Cape May Regional 11,

Williamstown 1

Chase Mendyk scored three goals and had two assists to lead the visiting Caper Tigers. Tyler Goarfal had three goals and an assist.

Lower Cape May Regional 1 1 5 4-11

Williamstown 0 1 0 0-1

Goals-Mendyk (3), Goarfal (3), Blackley (2), Tomlin, Hill, Sorrace L; Petronis W.

Goalies-James Cella (10) L; Cortez (11) W.

Records-Lower 7-5.

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