Articles From The 2009-10 Season


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Williamstown spent half the second period short-handed, and Cherokee capitalized scoring two goals in the final ninety seconds to break open a close game and skate away with a 5-2 win. The teams traded goals in the first period as Bill Fennimore scored for Williamstown and Pat Mohnacs for Cherokee. Midway through the second period Jason Spieker scored the first of his two goals, as the defenseman fell down and Spieker broke in alone and put Cherokee ahead 2-1.

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Sewell, NJ – The Rowan University Ice Hockey team has started the 2009 season on a positive note with their second consecutive win, this time defeating league rival The College of New Jersey 8-3 in their official home opener. In addition to their fanatical fans, also in attendance were Glassboro State College hockey alumni, many who came from different parts of the country to watch and participate in Alumni Weekend events.

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Washington Township scored early and often as they skated past Shawnee 10-0 in action played at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. Louie DeAngelo led Township with three goals and Eddie Sarin added two goals and four assists. Shawnee coming off a year that saw eight seniors graduate and 2 players transfer, will struggle offensively this season until they can get some continuity with their lines.

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The 2009-2010 season began for the SJHSIHL last night at Hollydell with Clearview hosting Cinnaminson, and the game lasted two periods as Cinnaminson won handily 10-0. Coming off a strong season last year, and losing just one senior Cinnaminson comes into the year as one of the favorites and with the start tonight, will be a force.

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Eddie Sarin had four goals and Louie DeAngelo had three assists as Washington Township began the high school hockey season with a 5-3 win over Archbishop Ryan. Township never trailed in the game and received strong play in nets from first Mike Stoever, who played the first half of the game and stopped 24 of 26 shots, and looked ready for the regular season. The teams traded goals in the opening period with Sarin giving Township a 1-0 lead but Ryan’s Camerlengo tied the game at 1-1 late in the period.

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As we begin our 12 season covering the SJHSIHL, we have seen many changes over the years some good, some questionable. This year they have decided to forgo the two divisions and have all 13 teams in one division. Did the league take the summer off and take the easy way out?? Coming off a year that saw the return of the All Star game, North vs. South, which by the way was very successful as well as entertaining. Why throw all the teams in one division??

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