The Southern Regional High School football team held firm on a goal-line stand in the fourth quarter to edge Central Regional 14-7 in a Shore Conference game Thursday.

With the win, the Rams finished their season at 5-5 and claimed the Boyd/Emmert Trophy, which is named after deceased Central coach Joe Boys and former Southern coach Ron Emmert. Central leads the series 21-19-1.

Senior running back Grant Bissey ran for a pair of first-half touchdown runs as the Rams built a 14-7 lead heading into halftime.

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Jordan Hardy scored for the Golden Eagles (5-5) on a 57-yard pass from Marcus Drumright in the second quarter.

Central Regional 0 7 0 0 - 7

Southern Regional 7 7 0 0 - 14


S- Bissey 2 run (McDonnell kick)


C- Hardy 57 pass from Drumright (Foca kick)

S- Bissey 1 run (McDonnell kick)

Schalick 42, Cumberland Regional 20: Schalick's Tyrell Hart scored on runs of 90 yards and 11 yards in the first quarter. Melvin Allen scored on a 18-yard pass from John Gallo and a 40-yard punt return.

For Cumberland, Allan Sharp scored on an 8-yard pass from Michael Foytik in the first quarter. In the fourth quarter, Maquay Richmond scored on a 7-yard run and Devante Lee on a 6-yard run for the Colts.

Schalick extended its series lead against its West Jersey Football League rival to 8-4.

Schalick 28 0 7 7- 42

Cumberland 7 0 0 13 - 20


S-Hart 90 run (kick failed)

C- Sharp 8 pass from Foytik (Davis kick)

S- Hart 11 run (Hart run)

S- Solomon 2 run (Merker kick)

S- Solomon 37 run (Merker kick)


S- Allen 18 pass from Gallo (Merker kick)


S- Allen 40 punt return (Merker kick)

C- Richmond 7 run (Davis kick)

C- Lee 6 run (kick failed)

Records - Schalick 6-4, Cumberland 1-10


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