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Posted: Monday, September 20, 2010 12:30 am | Updated: 8:26 am, Mon Sep 20, 2010.

From Press staff reports

Chuck Donohue Sr. became Southern Regional High School's winningest football coach Sunday as the Rams defeated Colts Neck 26-14 in a Shore Conference game.

Donohue, who has 66 career wins, passed Ron Emertt.

"I feel very fortunate to be the coach at Southern," Donohue said. "We get tremendous support and our expectations are to be successful every week.

"Other than that, Ron Emertt did a great job for 15 or 16 years, and now we've had an opportunity to win some games in the time we've been here. That's all."

Donohue said that with division play arriving next week, the possible wins in the near future are more important than the previous 66.

"I don't think as a coach you should be looking at those kind of things," said Donohue, in his 13th season at Southern. "They are just milestones. I'm not really into those things. It's more about the kids and the team. My job is to recognize some things, and today, there are some things we have to get better at right away or we're not going to be able to make a run at this thing, and I think we're as capable as any other team in our division. The next five games really count."

Quarterback Eric Sullivan passed for 128 yards and two touchdowns.

Bill Shimko scored two touchdowns for Southern.

The game was postponed Thursday night due to lightning and rain.

The Rams play Toms River South at home on Saturday.

Colts Neck 0 0 0 14- 14

Southern Regional 0 7 13 6- 26

SCORING SUMMARY

SECOND QUARTER

SR-Shimko 1 run (North kick)

THIRD QUARTER

SR-Shimko 21 pass from Sullivan (kick missed)

SR-North 55 pass from Sullivan (North kick)

FOURTH QUARTER

CN-Murtha 1 run (Smite kick)

SR-Bellissimo 18 run (kick missed)

CN-Maldari 1 run (Smite kick)

RECORDS- Southern 1-1, Colts Neck 0-2.

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Cape-Atlantic League National Conference

School Conference Overall
St. Augustine Prep 7-0 8-2
Bridgeton 7-1 8-3
Cedar Creek 6-1 7-2
Buena Regional 5-3 5-5
Ocean City 3-4 4-5
Middle Township 2-5 3-6
Vineland 2-6 2-7
Pleasantville 1-6 2-7
Lower Cape May Regional 0-7 0-8

Cape-Atlantic League American Conference

School Conference Overall
Holy Spirit 7-0 10-0
St. Joseph 6-1 9-1
Millville 6-2 7-3
Hammonton 5-2 6-3
Atlantic City 3-4 4-5
Absegami 2-5 4-5
Oakcrest 1-6 2-7
Mainland Regional 1-6 3-6
Egg Harbor Township 1-6 2-7

Shore Conference A South

School Conference Overall
Jackson Memorial 6-1 7-3
Brick Township 5-2 8-3
Toms River South 5-2 7-3
Brick Memorial 4-3 6-4
Lacey Township 3-4 5-5
Southern Regional 3-4 4-5
Toms River East 1-5 3-6
Toms River North 0-6 1-8

Shore Conference B South

School Conference Overall
Barnegat 5-1 9-1
Central Regional 5-2 5-4
Monsignor Donovan 4-2 4-5
Lakewood 4-3 6-3
Jackson Liberty 3-4 4-5
Manchester Township 3-3 3-6
Pinelands Regional 1-5 1-8
Pt. Pleasant Boro 1-6 1-9

West Jersey Football League Royal Division

School Conference Overall
Camden 4-0 9-1
Delsea Regional 4-1 9-2
Woodrow Wilson 3-1 4-5
Bishop Eustace 1-4 5-4
Cumberland Regional 1-4 1-8
Deptford 1-4 1-8

West Jersey Football League Classic Division

School Conference Overall
Pennsville 5-0 8-2
Salem 4-1 5-5
Gloucester 3-2 3-6
Clayton 1-3 3-6
Pitman 1-3 2-7
Wildwood 0-5 2-5

Scoring leaders

Name School Total points
Lamont Harris St. Augustine Prep 126
Stefon Bowman Bridgeton 110
David Hood Absegami 108
Christian Tutela Lacey Township 100
Taalib Gerald Holy Spirit 96
Cappadonna Miller Bridgeton 92
Ryquell Armstead Millville 90
Rob Ennis Millville 90
Cody Sampson St. Joseph 84

Rushing touchdowns

Name School TDs
Lamont Harris St. Augustine Prep 21
Stefon Bowman Bridgeton 16
David Hood Absegami 15
Taalib Gerald Holy Spirit 14
Ryquell Armstead Millville 13

Passing touchdowns

Name School TDs
Tom Kelly Lacey Township 19
Jose Tabora St. Augustine Prep 19
Jamir Prevard Atlantic City 16
Ty Mindish Mainland Regional 13

Receiving touchdowns

Name School TDs
Christian Tutela Lacey Township 14
Austin Francisco St. Augustine Prep 12
Alex Padovani Hammonton 7
Isiah Graves Atlantic City 7
Jim Brennan Mainland Regional 7
LaDarrell Dixon Oakcrest 7

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Name School Number Longest in yards
Jon Kubricki Pinelands Regional 5 36
Ryan Ulrich Barnegat 4 37
Joe Stadnicki Ocean City 4 38
Franco Rifici Holy Spirit 4 27
Alex Padovani Hammonton 3 30
Ryan Davis Cumberland Regional 3 47
Kyle Snow St. Augustine Prep 3 32
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