Articles From The 2009-10 Season


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Mike Law had a hat trick and Brandon James and Joe Laird added two goals each as Mainland outlasted Cherry Hill West 12-9 in Tier III playoff action. James Privito led West with six goals and Marty Bell added three. The two teams combined for eleven goals in the first period, with Mainland scoring seven, including goals by Dalton Bew, Austin Klock and Bill Tomlin as well as Law and James.

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Tyler Woyshner scored four goals and Mike Eni added a hat trick as Moorestown opened defense of its crown with a 9-4 win over Shawnee in playoff action at the Igloo. Shawnee led 3-2 early in the second period before Moorestown scored six consecutive goals to take control of the game in the third period. Robert Willwerth scored ninety seconds into the game as Shawnee led 1-0. We stayed that way until the final minute of the period; Woyshner tied the game at 1-1 with Alec Nicolai getting the assist. Then with twelve seconds left in the period, Nicolai gave Moorestown a 2-1 lead, but Shawnee scored the tying goal right before the buzzer as Gregory Nagy got credit for the goal.

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Garret Quinn had two goals and one assist and Eric Naccarelli had two goals and two assists as Washington Township began its playoff run with a 10-3 win over Lenape. Kyle Young scored all three goals for Lenape. This could be a good sign for Coach Macchione as usually Sarin and DeAngelo are leading the charge, but tonight the second and third lines were major contributors and that should only help the Minutemen as they try and win the title.

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Louie DeAngelo scored two minutes into the first overtime as the South defeated the North 6-5 in the second annual Junior-Senior Showcase game held at Hollydell. Eddie Sarin led the South with two goals and two assists, and was named the games MVP. Postponed by the storm from last week, and with snow hitting us hard this week, there was a good crowd on hand and they saw some good clean hockey. The South scored the lone goal of the first period as Eastern’s Billy Bascou scored at the nine minute mark. Despite both teams having offensive fireworks on all 3 lines, the goalies dominated the first period as Alec Zucker from Cherokee and Craig Rushmore from Moorestown were very stingy in goal.

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Holy Cross scored four first period goals and held off Delran 6-4 in playoff action at the Igloo. Steve Petitte scored two goals, both in the first period to lead Holy Cross. The teams exchanged goals less than one minute apart at the ten minute mark as Petitte gave Holy Cross 1-0 lead but Cody Myers quickly tied the game at 1-1 for Delran. With two straight power plays Holy Cross took advantage as Petitte scored on the first man advantage and about one minute later Trevor Alspach made it 3-1 scoring on the power play.

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Lenape upset Eastern 11-10 as they won the shootout 3-1, in a wild and crazy game at the Skate Zone in Voorhees on Monday night in a first round game in the SJHSIHL double elimination Tournament. In a game where the teams combined for 20 goals and 97 shots in regulation and the two five minute overtimes, we had to go to a shootout to decide a winner, but not without some controversy. More on that later.

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Jesse Gimbel scored three goals as Delran began the playoffs with a 5-4 win over Clearview in the opening game played at Hollydell. Ed Moore led Clearview with two goals. After a scoreless first period Gimbel put Delran up 1-0 scoring in the opening minute of the second period. Ray Norfo made it 2-0 at the ten minute mark as he picked up a loose puck in the slot and found the back of the net. Marc Horowitz was strong in goal for Delran and kept Clearview off the board until the five minute mark when Mike Vulpio scored a short-handed goal to cut the lead to 2-1. The goal was the first of the year for the young defenseman.

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Andrew Heinz had a hat trick as Rancocas Valley handled the Eastern Vikings 8-4 in SJHSIHL action played at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. Sean Fleming set the regular season record for points as he added two goals and four assists and finished the season with 110 points, shattering the record set by Sean Sullivan in the 2003-2004 seasons. Fleming now owns the record in all 3 categories, as he set the goals record as well this year with 54, edging former line mate Mike Walsh, who set the mark last year. Coincidentally, Fleming set the assist mark last year with 58.

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Jason Spieker snapped a 4-4 tie with ninety seconds left in the game to give Cherokee a 5-4 win over Eastern. With the victory Alec Zucker completed his regular season at 9-0-4. Zucker, who shares the goaltending duties with freshman Dan Navarra, will be one of the net-minders in this week’s Junior-Senior Showcase at Hollydell on Friday evening. Cherokee jumped out to a 2-0 lead on goals by Anthony Santisi and Anthony Williams. Matt Herbert, who led the Vikings with two goals, finished a 2-on-1 break with Billy Bascou late in the period to cut the lead to 2-1. Zucker had stoned Bascou earlier in the period on a break.

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Ryan Badger scored twice and CJ Byrd stopped 29 shots as Holy Cross edged Shawnee 3-2 in SJHSIHL action at the Igloo. Evan Powell scored his second goal of the season early in the first period as Holy Cross led 1-0. Byrd had a busy period stopping all 11 shots. Badger made it 2-0 early in the second period scoring his 17th goal of the season. Shawnee did not generate much offense as Byrd stopped all 5 shots he faced.

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