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The teams were selected last night for the 2019-2020 Junior-Senior Showcase game to be played in Voorhees on February 3rd at 7:20PM. The entire selection show will be uploaded Friday on our site in the PODCAST SECTION. If you as a player were fortunate to be selected and you cannot make it please let your coach know so we can call-up an alternate. Team Giroux will be the home team and players should wear their white jerseys. Team Oskar will wear your dark jerseys. Each player in attendance will receive an Oskar Strong tee shirt. These are in support of Oskar Lindblom’s fight. Here are the top 3 selections for each team:

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Moorestown trailed most of the game but rallied with three goals in the final five minutes to defeat Egg Harbor Township 5-3 in action played at the Igloo on Friday night. After a scoreless first period EHT broke through in the opening seconds of the second period as Dylan Faulhaber scored short-handed. Three minutes later the lead became 2-0 as Jayson Humphrey scored his second goal of the season. Samuel Selverian would cut the lead to 2-1, getting his first of two on the night at the five-minute mark. Nick Jarmaine would tie the game at 2-2 scoring in the final minute of the period.

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The nominees for the 2019-2020 Junior-Senior Showcase game have been released. The game will be played on Monday, February 3rd at the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ at 7:20PM. Tickets are $5. This year we are trying something different as the Tier I selections will play the Tier II selections.  The Tier I team which will be coached by Eastern and Cherokee will play against the Tier II team coached by Clearview and Cherry Hill. We will conduct the draft next week and it will appear as part of our Mike & Mike podcast with the episode to be posted by Friday, January 24th. Congratulations to all the nominees. Here are your 2019-2020 nominees...

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Patrick Dugan scored with less than four minutes left in the game as Cherokee tied Moorestown 2-2 in late game Tier I action played in Voorhees. Dugan scored both goals for the Chiefs and raised his season total to nine. After a scoreless first period Moorestown broke out on top with Samuel Byrd-Leitner scoring three minutes into the second period. Cherokee would respond right off the center ice face-off as Dugan went right down the middle and scored and we were tied at 1-1. 

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Trailing 4-1 with ten minutes left in the game Kingsway would rally to close to within 4-3 but could not get the equalizer as they lost to Moorestown on senior night 4-3. After a scoreless first period Kingsway broke on top first scoring twenty-nine seconds into the second period on the power play as Nick Bellapigna would tally his team high 10th goal of the season. Moorestown would tie the game less than one minute later as Matt Marzo scored and the game was 1-1. Kevin Wildish would give the Quakes a 2-1 lead about five minutes later and Moorestown took a 2-1 lead into the third period.

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Cherokee JVA squad defeated Moorestown 5-2 in an early game at Voorhees on Monday night. The Chiefs jumped out to a 2-0 lead on goals by Aidan Bruccoliere and Ryan Grace. Grace’s goal came on a breakaway with less than three minutes left in the opening period. Moorestown would get a power play goal from Samuel Selverian with less than four minutes left in the second period and the Quakes were back in the game. Early in the third period Nikolas Flitter would deflect a point shot by Liam Alexander to give the Chiefs a 3-1 lead. 

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Samuel Byrd-Leitner scored five minutes into the third period to snap a 2-2 game and Moorestown hung on for a 3-2 win over Kingsway in Tier I action at the Igloo. The Dragons jumped out to a 2-0 lead five minutes into the game with Aaron Pape scoring both goals. The first one came in the opening minute of the game and then Pape connected on the power play, and the Dragons led 2-0. Elias Sulpizio cut the lead to 2-1 at the nine minute mark but Kingsway would take the lead into the second period.

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Brendan Forrest scored two goals along with Jack Ellis as Cherokee snapped a 3-3 game midway through the third period and went on to defeat rival Moorestown 5-3 in late game Tier I action played at the Skate Zone. Jacob Stone was strong in goal stopping 25 shots as the Chiefs were out-shot 28-12. Forest gave the Chiefs a 1-0 lead at the five minute mark of the opening period. That lead stood until the six minute mark of period two when Samuel Byrd-Leitner would score a power play goal to tie the score at 1-1. Six minutes later Moorestown would take a 2-1 lead with Zachary McEvoy connecting on his fifth of the season. Just about two minutes later Ellis would get his first of the night on the power play and we were knotted at 2-2 heading into the third period.

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Eastern won its fifth game in a row defeating Moorestown 4-1 at the Skate Zone in Voorhees on Monday night. The Vikings jumped out to a 1-0 lead as Kristian Massanova scored a power play goal seven minutes into the game. Moorestown would tie the score at 1-1 just over one minute later as Elias Sulpizio scored his fourth of the season. Midway through the second period Luke Ravitz gave the Vikings the lead for good with Massanova and Constantine Roustas assisting. Vincent Roustas would make it 3-1 less than one minute later and the Vikings led by two goals after two periods. 

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Moorestown scored four goals in the first period, three coming in a span of just over three minutes and that momentum propelled the Quakes to a 7-4 win over Washington Township. Andrew McGinley led the Township offense scoring three goals. Samuel Byrd-Leitner led Moorestown with two goals. After Michael Guarracino gave Township a 1-0 lead just fifty seconds into the game, Ryan Boyle would get the tying goal at the five minute mark. Goals by Zachary McEvoy and Leitner two minutes apart had Moorestown leading 3-1. McGinley got his first of the night late in the period to cut the lead to 3-2. Kevin Wildish put Moorestown up 4-2 scoring in the final 34 seconds.

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