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Paul Petrongolo scored two goals and Aiden Rogers stopped 26 shots as St Joe’s defeated Riverfront for the Olympic division Championship game played on Friday night at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. It was the second title in a row for St Joe’s. Petrongolo opened the scoring in the first two minutes of the game with Trevor Rucci getting the helper. Riverfront wasted little time in getting the equalizer as Tristan Tilghman tied the score thirty seconds later. Defenseman Rocky DeMas would give Riverfront a 2-1 lead just over two minutes later as he scored an unassisted goal. Goals by Rucci and Petrongolo on the power play, in the final two minutes of the period gave St Joe’s a 3-2 lead heading into the second period.

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Zachary Burkhardt stopped 20 shots as Washington Township eliminated Moorestown 2-0 in the SJHSIHL Varsity Playoffs. Township will now move on and face Clearview in the Championship round. Township must beat Clearview twice in order to win the title as the View has not suffered a loss in the double elimination tournament. Burkhardt continued his mastery over Moorestown, which was coming off a record setting performance in eliminating Cherokee on Monday night.

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Matt Smith tied the game at 4-4 with one minute left in regulation, then won the game in overtime scoring with just seconds remaining in the first overtime as Kingsway defeated Lower Cape May 5-4 in playoff action at Hollydell. Kingsway will move on to play Egg Harbor Township. Lower Cape built a 4-1 lead on two goals from Joe Smith and one by Brian Moss and one by Tom Smith. Kevin Carr had the only goal for Kingsway, his coming late in the second period. With a three goal lead heading into the third period, Lower Cape seemed on their way to a win, but an early power play goal by Dom Salerno gave Kingsway a pulse at 4-2.

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Mike Hughes stopped 24 shots and Clearview got balanced scoring in defeating Washington Township 4-2 and advancing to the finals in the double elimination tournament in the American division. Robert Penrod continued his hot scoring in the playoffs as he gave Clearview a 1-0 lead with seven minutes played in the opening period. Penrod has three goals during the playoffs, equaling his season total. Jarrett Wharton tied the game at 1-1 in the final twenty seconds of the period and despite outshooting Township the game was tied at 1-1.

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Tristan Tilghman scored twice as Riverfront defeated St Joe’s 5-3 and force a deciding game in the Olympic Double elimination tournament. Riverfront jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first period on goals by Dylan Farnan and Tilghman midway through the period. St Joe’s would get a goal from Paul Petrongolo in the final minute of the period to cut the deficit to 2-1. Tilghman’s second goal of the night in the first two minutes of the second period gave Riverfront a 3-1 lead. Jake Lukis would make it 4-1 at the eight minute mark before Trevor Rucci would score for St Joe’s and make it 4-2 after two.

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Moorestown established a league record by scoring nine goals in the second period and abruptly ending Cherokee’s season with a 10-4 win last night at the Skate Zone. Led by Chris DeRose with four goals and John Yedman with two, the Quakes had a second period for the ages. Some cynics will tell you that it’s the kiss of death to have a 2-0 lead, but that’s where the Chiefs stood after the first period on goals by Boomer Miller and Christian Katsanos, but the second period began with Moorestown on the power play and DeRose wasted no time scoring in the opening eighteen seconds to cut the lead to 2-1. DeRose would get his second power play goal just two minutes later and just like that we were tied at 2-2.

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Tristan Tilghman scored with less than five minutes left in the game as Riverfront rallied from a 3-0 first period deficit to defeat Cinnaminson 5-4 in Olympic playoff action played at Hollydell. With the loss the season ended for Cinnaminson. The Pirates looked in control in the first period as they scored early and often. Alex Richardson scored just twenty six seconds into the game for a 1-0 lead. Dylan Richardson would score a short-handed goal at the five minute mark and the lead was 2-0. Less than two minutes later James Lowry made it 3-0 and with standout goalie Steve San Martin the lead looked safe. But Riverfront did not finish 14-1-2 and not know adversity and they would launch 40 shots on goal and would need every one.

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Black Horse had four players score two goals each as they eliminated Williamstown from the playoffs with an 11-1 win at Hollydell on Friday evening. Scott Veneziale, Kyle Ringheiser, Brandon Graham and Austin Cole each scored twice to lead the attack. Scoring three goals in the first three minutes set the pace for the rout with Ringheiser, Veneziale and Connor Laserre getting the goals. Cole and Veneziale scored late in the period to give Black Horse a 5-0 lead after one. Graham made it 6-0 with five minutes left in the second period, but right off the face-off Williamstown got on the board as TJ Mason scored to make it 6-1.

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Each year, we are pleased with the league allowing us to recognize several players and a coach and their outstanding contributions they have made for their team. With at least two to three players considered for each category, we have finalized our decision. In the continuing tradition here at SJIcehockey we are pleased to announce the 2014-2015 award winners:

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Clearview got two goals from Robert Penrod and played a smothering game defensively as they defeated Cherokee 3-1 in the playoff opener for both teams. Clearly the View’s game plan was evident and that was to concentrate on shutting down the league’s top player in Boomer Miller and clog his passing lane as he looks to create opportunities. Penrod gave the View a 1-0 lead midway through the first period scoring on the power play as he put home a shot by Matt Manzo. Penrod made it 2-0 early in the second period scoring a short-handed goal on great hustle by Anthony Dellerose. Stealing the puck at center ice, Dellerose broke in all alone and after being stopped, he stuck with the play and found Penrod in front who deposited his second goal into the net.

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