Articles From The 2009-10 Season


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Over the last several year Shawnee and Cherokee have been two of the top teams in the SJHSIHL and have played there share of tough games, this year both teams were hit hard by graduation but showed at the Igloo that they are both maturing and despite Cherokee winning 5-3, Shawnee was very much in the entire game. Pat Mohnacs scored the lone goal of the first period, on the power play as Cherokee led 1-0. Shawnee would take a 2-1 lead midway through the second period on goals by Vince Tascione and Robert Willwerth.

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Third period goals by Tyler Woyshner and Alec Nicolai keyed a furious rally for Moorestown as they came back to tie Cinnaminson 5-5 in SJHSIHL action played at the Igloo. Cinnaminson led 2-0 after the first period on goals by Anthony Ianuzzi and Eric McDowell, Moorestown would come back to tie early in the second period on goals by Alex Hashmi and Nicolai. Cinnaminson seemed to take control of the game midway through the period scoring three goals in a span of four minutes to take a 5-2 lead.

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Matthew Scheeper had his first hat trick of the season as Vineland doubled up Lower Cape May 6-3 in Tier III action. Lower Cape May took a 1-0 lead as Aaron Saylor scored his first goal of the season. That lead lasted until the final thirty-six seconds of the period when Scheeper scored a power play goal. Right after the center ice face-off, Scheeper scored again to give Vineland a 2-1 lead. The goals came seven seconds apart, an unofficial record for Vineland.

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You can always count on a packed house and rabid fans anytime Clearview and Washington Township play, and usually a competitive game, but tonight Washington Township was too much for Clearview in a 10-0 romp. Justin Cogbill, Ryan Marker and Eddie Sarin each scored two goals to pace the Township offense. Clearview’s best scoring chance came midway through the second period with Bob Campbell having a breakaway, but Brandon Cusumano making the save. The game started out competitive as Township scored just three goals in the opening period despite launching 16 shots. Johnny Rey opened the scoring at the nine minute mark ripping home a shot with Eric Naccarelli getting the assist.

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Vincent Tascione scored two third period goals twelve seconds apart as Shawnee defeated Cinnaminson 3-2 at the Igloo. Evan Smith was strong in nets along with solid play by his defensemen. After a scoreless first period, Ian Smith scored the lone goal of the second period to give Shawnee a 1-0 lead heading into the third period.

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Shawnee jumped out to a 3-0 lead and held off a late charge by Williamstown in the 4-3 victory at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. Losers of four out of the first five games to start the season Shawnee has battled back to even there record at 8-8-1. Mike Peccini and Kyle Popielarski staked Shawnee to a 2-0 lead after the first period. The lead grew to 3-0 as Ian Smith scored on a short-handed breakaway in the first five minutes of the second period. Anthony Derbyshire got one back on the same power play as Williamstown cut the lead to 3-1.

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After a 1-1 first period, Lenape allowed three goals, 15 shots and took eight penalties all in the second period as they fell to Rancocas Valley 6-3 in action played at the Igloo. John Czarnick led RV with two goals. Tied at 1-1 on goals by Czarnick for RV and Tom Burns for Lenape, the second period began with Lenape taking a 2-1 lead on a goal by Scott Kreifels just thirty seconds in, that lead was short-lived as thirty five seconds later Andrew Heinz tied the game at 2-2 on a feed from Sean Fleming. It was here that the game turned as Lenape would commit eight penalties in a span of seven minutes.

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Louie DeAngelo scored five goals as Washington Township had no problem with winless Delran 10-0 in SJHSIHL action played at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. Township started out slow but Eddie Sarin got things going at the nine minute mark scoring on the power play. From there Washington Township would score four more goals over the next seven minutes, two more on the power play and led 5-0 after the first period. Besides two by DeAngelo, Township got goals from Dylan Smith and Jonathan Smith as well.

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Washington Township used a six goal first period and went on to an 8-3 win over Shawnee. Ed Sarin led Township with four goals and Louie DeAngelo added two goals and three assists. With Township missing both varsity goalies, one due to illness and one due to an injury, freshman Pat Finnegan got his second consecutive start and allowed three goals. The real story was for Shawnee, missing both goalies, forward Vincent Misiewicz started in nets, and after that six goal first, played solid over the final two periods allowing just two goals the rest of the way.

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With limited time and very limited resources there are always going to be teams we don’t see enough of, in this case I’m talking about Tier 3. This division consists of 4 teams, Mainland, Cherry Hill West, Vineland and Lower Cape May. They are a part of the SJHSIHL and I’m sure at times, not intentionally, might not feel they have a voice. They are playing an abbreviated schedule, total of 9 games, and so far Mainland is 6-0 and James Brandon leads the league in goals with 14 and points with 22. Vineland is in second place and is led in scoring by Matt Scheeper and Alex Mereianin each with seven goals.

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