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So, you say you want to get better, do better, I ask just what are you doing to make that happen? If you honestly say “nothing” this piece is for you. Let’s talk procrastination, this concept can keep you from addressing issues that may get in the way of you achieving goals you say you are working towards. “I’ll do it later”, tends to give people a false reassurance it will get done, so you can put the task you are avoiding out of your mind. When you find, yourself procrastinating it’s best to start by identifying the cause of you doing so. Sometimes there are valid reasons as to why you are putting off the task, could be something we might not have to do.

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Moorestown rode the play of Griffin Conroy into the championship game of the NJ/DE Flyers Cup, but could not withstand the offensive onslaught from Salesianum as the Sallies defeated Moorestown 7-0 to become the first Delaware team in four years to win the Championship. Salesianum outshot Moorestown 36-12 and took control of the game in the first period scoring four goals. Fisher Sellers and Zach Swift scored two goals each for Salesianum, with Swift being named the tournament MVP. 

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Griffin Conroy stopped all 36 shots to lead Moorestown to a 3-0 victory over Delaware Military Academy and a spot in the finals against Salesianum on Friday night at Voorhees. Brandon Eberly scored the only goal Griffin would need, midway through the first period with Luke Dobbs getting the assist. DMA would have consecutive power play opportunities late in the period but Griffin kept them off the board. 

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Christian Romeo scored with fourteen seconds left in regulation to snap a 4-4 game and give Moorestown a 5-4 win over Cherokee in a Flyers Cup game played at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. The two rivals played back and forth all night, and it felt like we were going overtime until Romeo’s heroics. Jake Frankenfield gave the Chiefs a 1-0 lead going end-to-end and lifting a backhander into the top shelf. That lead lasted all of thirty nine seconds as Sean Humes would tie the game at 1-1 for the Quakes. Early in the second period Luke Dobbs gave Moorestown a 2-1 lead but right after the faceoff Cherokee would get the equalizer as Trevor Ligeikis scored down low and we were knotted at 2-2.

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Max Kuznetsov had four goals and one assist and Connor Riley had three goals and two assists as Eastern had little trouble in defeating Appoquinmink 11-3 in an opening round game in the Flyers Cup. Joey Arlotta added four assists as the Vikings jumped put to a 4-0 lead after one period. Steven Brodzik scored just four minutes into the game as the Vikings took control early and never looked back. Nineteen seconds after Brodzik scored Riley would get his firs of the night and the lead was 2-0. Kuznetsov would score twice in a three minute span late in the period and Eastern led 4-0 after one.

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Down 4-2 with thirty six seconds left, Coach D’Amato still felt he had a chance to win as he has four or five skaters that he depends on and miraculously two guys came through as they rallied to beat St Joe’s in overtime 5-4 and win the SJHSHL Tier II B title at the Igloo. Sean Conard and Ryan McCormick each scored two goals to pace the offense. St Joe’s led 2-0 on goals by Dom Capella and Kevin Troy and with a chance on the power play to go up three goals, Conard picked off a pass and scored short-handed to cut the deficit to 2-1. Early in the second period Riverfront would tie the game on the power play as Daniel Taylor would deflect a shot by Conard. 

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David Cutler scored two goals and Jordan Hauler stopped 31 shots as Cherry Hill East defeated HLV 4-2 and win the SJHSHL Tier II A division championship at the Igloo on Friday night. Cherry Hill had to come out of the losers bracket and beat HLV twice, which they did and probably the biggest move was switching to Hauler who finished 4-0 in the tournament. Cutler gave East a 1-0 lead deflecting a shot by Thurston Schon at the six minute mark. Just over two minutes later HLV would tie the game at 1-1 on the first of two goals on the night by Gavin Gray.

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Six different players scored goals and Michael Neal stopped 25 shots as Black Horse defeated Williamstown 6-2 to capture the Tier I B championship at the Skate Zone in Voorhees last night. Black Horse jumped out to a 3-0 first period lead on goals by Zach Faust, Dante Riccelli and Christian Corsaro. Early in the second period Williamstown would get on the board as Steve Poulin would score to cut the lead to 3-1. The Braves would have four opportunities on the power play in the period, but Neal kept them off the board. Jeff Leap put home a rebound of a Matt Meldrum shot to give Black Horse a 4-1 lead after two.

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Maximum Kuznetsov had a goal and three assists to lead the Eastern Vikings over Cherokee 5-4 in front of a packed house last night in Voorhees. The Vikings led from the start and held off a hard charging Chief team in the final seconds to win their first Championship since back in the early 2000’s. Goals by Jacob Findley and Connor Riley on the power play put the Vikings ahead 2-0 late in the first period. Trevor Ligekis would get a goal for Cherokee in the final fifteen seconds of the period and despite being outplayed Cherokee was only down 2-1.

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Kevin Troy scored four goals as St Joe’s defeated Riverfront 5-3 and forced a deciding game in the Tier II championship. The teams will meet this Friday at the Igloo. Troy and Sean Conard traded first period goals one minute apart as we ended at 1-1. Early in the second period Troy scored an unassisted power play goal to give St Joe’s the 2-1 lead, Riverfront would tie the score at 2-2 at the eight minute mark with Gavin Dierkhising getting the equalizer. Troy would strike again late in the period again unassisted and St Joe’s led 3-2 after two. 

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