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Luke Martini stopped 28 shots and five different players scored for Cherry Hill East as they defeated HLV 6-2 and improved to 8-1 on the season. HLV would open the scoring as Samuel Swain would score his fourth of the season at the six minute mark, but East would come right back forty seconds later as Nicholas Carr would get his second of the season and we were tied at 1-1. Cherry Hill would take the lead for good with Jacob Starr-Costello getting his first of the year and after one period Cherry Hill led 2-1.

Goals by Jared Fisch and Jack Amon about one minute apart early in the second period had the lead to 4-1. Midway through the period Luke Steele would make it 5-1, getting his third of the season. HLV would get a goal in the final thirty seconds of the period from Matthew Savvas to cut the lead to 5-2. Martini would be tested in the third period as HLV would have consecutive power plays in the first five minutes but HLV could not score. Tommy Papa added his fourth of the season late in the third period to close out the scoring.

Written by Mike Costantino

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