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Andrew Lavdas stopped all 30 shots as Cherokee opened defense of their title with a 4-0 win over Washington Township. Arguably one of the hotter teams coming into the playoffs Township had won seven out of their last eight and was averaging almost six goals per game, but tonight Lavdas shut them down. Defensively the Chiefs were getting back and clearing any rebounds, but on several point blank shots Lavdas came up big. Darren Ambrose led the offense scoring two goals. The Chiefs broke through late in the first period on a great set up from Sam Libetti and Jeremy Ambrose who fed Jack Ellis in front and he deposited his shot into the net for a 1-0 lead.

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Nine different players scored goals for Cherry Hill East as they opened their first round playoff game with a 10-0 win against Riverfront in late game action at Voorhees on Monday night. The Cougars used a six goal second period to break open the game leading just 2-0 after one period on goals by Sean McKenna on the power play and Tristan Laperriere, Cherry Hill score early and often in the second stanza. Ben Isakovich connected at the three minute mark to make it 3-0 and less than one minute later Brian Cutler scored to make it 4-0. Forty-three seconds later Tom Papa would get the first of two on the night and a 5-0 lead.

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Luke Dobbs scored three minutes into overtime to give Moorestown a 3-2 win over Eastern in the opening round of the playoffs last night at Voorhees. After a scoreless first period, Kevin Wildish scored on the power play early in the second period to give Moorestown a 1-0 lead. That lead lasted less than one minute as Jacob Findley would tie the game at 1-1. Elias Sulpizio and Luke Riley would exchange goals three minutes apart and we were tied at 2-2 heading into the third period.

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Jake Frankenfield scored eighteen seconds into overtime to give Team Simmonds a 5-4 win over Team Giroux in the Junior-Senior showcase game played at the Skate Zone in Voorhees last night. Frankenfield had two goals on the night and won the game’s MVP, donated and presented by Training Aspects Ki Vaks and Rob Jost. Team Giroux took a 2-0n lead on goals by Austin Wilk and Sam Libetti. Team Simmonds would respond with goals from Ryan Feist late in the first period and seconds later a tying goal by Anthony Poppalardo. Team Simmonds would take a 3-2 lead as Mike Liberty from Mainland would score in the second period.

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Elliott Schon scored three goals as Cherry Hill East defeated St Joe’s 9-2 in the season finale for both teams at Hollydell on Friday night. St Joe’s took the lead scoring a power play goal at the eight minute mark with Cooper Root getting his seventh of the year. That lead lasted thirty seconds as Brian Cutler would tie the game at 1-1 with his first of the season. The teams would trade goals in the opening three minutes of the second period after Ben Snyder gave East a 2-1 lead, St Joe’s Kevin Glass would rip one home to tie the game at 2-2. That would be all the scoring for St Joe’s as East would score the next seven. 

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Brian Barnett’s seventh goal of the season late in the second period broke a 2-2 game and Kingsway held on to defeat Shawnee 3-2 in the season finale for both clubs on Friday night at Hollydell. Kingsway jumped out to a 2-0 lead after the first period on goals by John Francis and Jason Player. Shawnee would bounce back in the second period getting goals from Robert Falese early in the period and on the power play midway through a goal from Tyler Murray to tie the game at 2-2. 

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Washington Township battled back from a 4-0 deficit only to surrender two late goals to Eastern and lose 6-4 in the regular season finale for both teams. The Vikings dominated the first period launching twenty shots and scoring three goals. First Anthony Tropea scored fifty three seconds into the game for a 1-0 lead. Goals by Constantine Roustas and a short-handed goal by Jacob Findley had the lead to 3-0 after one. Kristopher Zappata scored on the power play four minutes into the second period to push the lead to 4-0. Mike Guarracino would put Township on the board twenty seven seconds later to give them some life at 4-1.

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The draft was held last night for the Junior-Senior Showcase game which will be held this Sunday night at the SkateZone in Voorhees at 7:25. Coach McKay from Cherokee won the right to pick first and he choose Jeremy Ambrose. Coach Glick selected Sam Libetti; it was the first time that two players from the same team, Cherokee were picked first by each team. Listed below in order are the teams, Team Simmonds is Coach McKay and Team Giroux is Coach Glick:

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Don’t look now but the hard charging Minutemen of Washington Township after defeating Williamstown 5-1 have now won seven games in a row and is the hottest team heading into the playoffs. These two teams met just twelve days ago in a penalty filled game so tonight we had veteran referee Bob Teti, who prior to the game addressed both teams and delivered a strong message, nothing would be tolerated just play hockey, and his partner was Laura White, another experienced and international referee. I would say message received as we had just 5 penalties and all to Township. Giovanni Torrie gave Township a 1-0 lead scoring his fifth goal of the season with just under four minutes left in the opening period. Later in the period Mike Guarracino on a nice breakout pass by Matt Kennedy would make it 2-0 with CJ Castorina getting the other assist.

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Senior captain Jeremy Ambrose scored with 36 seconds left in the game to give Cherokee a 2-1 win over rival Moorestown in late game action in Voorhees. The win gives the Chiefs the number one seed heading into the tournament. Moorestown is four points behind with one game left, the Chiefs have completed their regular season. Sam Berger scored the only goal of the first period as the Chiefs led 1-0, Moorestown would have a few power play opportunities but Chiefs goalie Andrew Lavdas kept them at bay.

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