Articles From The 2009-10 Season


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Moorestown completed its run through the double elimination tournament undefeated as they beat Holy Cross 7-1. A five goal third period blew the game open for Moorestown, and they will host the winner of the Cherokee Holy Cross game at the Igloo this Wednesday. Moorestown needs to win one more game, while there opponent must win two. After a scoreless first period, which Moorestown outshot Holy Cross 11-5 but could not get one past CJ Byrd, they jumped out to a 2-0 lead as Alec Nicolai and Tyler Woyshner scored goals three minutes apart early in the second period.

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Alex Zucker stopped all 27 shots and Blake Hamilton scored his first goal of the season as Cherokee blanked Washington Township 2-0 at Hollydell on Friday night. The loss eliminated Township from the tournament. Township dominated the first period out-shooting Cherokee 16-2, but Zucker made several big stops, including stoning Ryan Marker down low to keep the game scoreless through the first period. Defensively Cherokee did an outstanding job in shutting down Eddie Sarin, constantly shadowing him and always putting a body on him when he tried to set-up in the slot.

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Eric Naccarelli scored two goals as Washington Township defeated Williamstown 6-3 in playoff action at Hollydell on Wednesday night. With the loss the season comes to an end for the Braves, but with just 5 seniors, the Braves should be a force to reckon with next season. Township playing its second game without senior forward Louie DeAngelo, dismissed from the team, had goals from five different players and will play again on Friday night at Hollydell against the winner of Shawnee-Cherokee.

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Steven Petitte was the lone goal scorer in the shootout as Holy Cross upset Washington Township 4-3 at the Skate Zone in Voorhees and will meet Moorestown on Monday night at the Igloo, with the winner going to the Championship game on Wednesday night. Township jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first six minutes of the game as Eddie Sarin and Ryan Marker both scored.

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Cherokee led 3-1 with less than five minutes remaining, but Moorestown stormed back scoring four goals in the final four minutes to defeat Cherokee 5-3 and advance in the winner’s bracket and will meet Holy Cross on Monday night. Mike Eni had three goals for Moorestown. Herbie Hutchinson scored the only goal of the first period on the power play as Cherokee led 1-0.

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The Eastern Vikings stormed back from a 5-1 deficit with five goals in the third period, but Jacob Mitchell scored his second goal of the game thirty seconds into overtime as Lenape defeated Eastern 7-6 and eliminated the Vikings from the playoffs. Mitchell and Alec Goldstein exchanged goals eighteen seconds apart early in the first period before Kyle Young put Lenape up 2-1 at the nine minute mark.

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Tim Pagliuso scored with two minutes left in the second overtime as Shawnee defeated Cherry Hill East 7-6 and stayed alive in the double elimination tournament. Cherry Hill East saw its season come to an end. Dan Desrochers led East with two goals. East had a 5-3 lead entering the third period, but goals by Ian Smith and Mike Molinari tied the score at 5-5 with eight minutes left in the game. Bryan Ross scored at the six minute mark to give Cherry Hill East a 6-5 lead.

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In keeping with our tradition, SJIceHockey.com is pleased to announce our annual hockey awards given to the players we feel stood out. This year was more difficult than in the past as we had many players in all our categories, but after many discussions here are the selections:

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Dalton Bew scored two goals and added two assists and Mark Vandenberg stopped all 13 shots as Mainland defeated Lower Cape May 4-0 to capture the Tier III championship. Mainland dominated the first period firing 20 shots but could only manage one goal as Cape May goalie Brandon Adams was excellent in nets. Bew scored the lone goal late in the period and Mainland led 1-0. Bew set-up Jesse Solanik midway through the period and the lead grew to 2-0.

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Cherokee averaged less than five goals a game during the regular season, but in there playoff opener against Rancocas Valley they erupted for eleven as they easily defeated RV 11-1 in action played at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. Anthony Santisi led Cherokee with three goals, Jason Spieker and Anthony Williams added two goals apiece. Wade Sander had the lone goal for RV. Defensively, Cherokee took away Fleming, never allowing him to get going offensively, and totally throttling the RV offense.

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