Long Branch kicker Vinny Mota wins South Offensive MVP honors and Jackson Memorial’s Matt Castronuova has a 102 yard kickoff return to highlight the South’s 23-21 win over the North All-Stars. SSZ has extended highlights and post-game reaction from Phil Simms and the players
South 23 North 21
Long Branch’s Vinny Mota booted three field goals to take home team MVP honors and Jackson Memorial’s Matt Castronuova took home a 102 yard kickoff return to open the second half to highlight the South’s second straight win over the North in the Phil Simms All-Star Football Classic. 17 Shore Conference players were on the South roster. Lacey quarterback Conor Davies shared signal calling duties with Toms River South’s Tymere Berry. Davies threw a third quarter TD pass in the victory. SSZ has extended highlights and post-game reaction with Simms, Mota and Castronuova:
This is the second year that former New York Giants quarterback and current CBS Sports analyst Phil Simms has hosted the All-Star game. Simms was thrilled with the growth shown in year two and plans to make it one of the premiere summer All-Star games in high school football. Simms spent time with both squads during their four practice sessions as well as on gameday.