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Chris Kilcourse scored three goals to lead Black Horse JVA to a 5-2 win over EEW in the regular season finale for both teams. The sophomore leads the team in scoring with 22 points, 13 goals and 9 assists and could be an important part of the varsity next year with the program graduating 11 seniors. Black Horse took control in the first period, jumping out to a 3-0 lead on two goals by Kilcourse, one late in the period on the power play and a goal by Matthew Marchese, his fourth of the season.

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Mario Leone scored with less than four minute remaining as Washington Township JVB team and EEW skated to a 4-4 tie last night at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. Steve Brodzik and Brendan McCafferty scored two goals each for EEW and Samuel Strippoli led Township with two goals. The teams traded goals in the first period with Strippoli giving Township a 1-0 lead at the six minute mark and Brodzik tying the game at 1-1in the final minute of the period.

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HLV scored two goals in the third period to rally from a 2-1 deficit and defeat St Joe’s 3-2 in the season finale for both teams in JVB. Connor Humphrey scored with 52 seconds left in the game to give HLV the win. St Joe’s led 2-1 after two periods as leading scorer Thomas Gzregorski, got both and finished the season with 19. Unfortunately for St Joe’s they ran out of gas come the third period as they had just 5 skaters for the game.

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Max Ramos stopped all 22 shots as Clearview defeated HLV 3-0 and advanced to the finals in Tier II and will face Black Horse on Monday night at Voorhees. Led by the strong play of senior defenseman Tyler Richardson and the tenacity of the smallest player on the ice Anthony Dellerose, the View played solid defense and when there was a breakdown, Ramos was there to shut the door. Late in the first period HLV was on the power play and Colin Riera found himself all alone down low, but Ramos stoned him to keep it scoreless. Later in the period Mike Cullen broke down and his shot from the slot was stopped by Doug Henkel, but Mason Gagne kept the play alive and Trevor Smolsky was there to put home the rebound and his second goal of the playoffs gave Clearview a 1-0 lead.

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Tim Vant scored two goals as Mainland defeated Cinnaminson 3-2 in the Tier II playoffs played at the Skate Zone in Atlantic City. The loss eliminated the Pirates but they should be proud of what they accomplished this year coming off a one win season and winning seven games and making it to within one game of playing for the title. Cinnaminson broke through first as Eric Bell ripped a shot just under the cross bar on the long side for a 1-0 lead at the five minute mark. Vant tied the game at 1-1 with two minutes left in the period on a nice pass from Nate Herring.

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Andrew DeBellis snapped a 1-1 game with his first goal in the playoffs as Cinnaminson defeated Middle Township 3-1 in Tier II playoff action and stayed alive with the victory. Next up is a date with Mainland in Atlantic City on Friday night, with the winner advancing to the championship game against St Joe’s. Middle Township scored the only goal of the first period to lead 1-0 as Dominic Donoflio notched his second of the playoffs. Senior forward Eric Bell continued his strong play for Cinnaminson as he tied the game at 1-1 at the five minute mark of the second period with Nevin Goebel getting the assist.

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Having been silenced the last few games against Moorestown, Brian Miller exploded last night for three goals and three assists as Cherokee edged Moorestown 6-5 in the opening game of the best of three Championship series played at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. John Yedman led Moorestown with two goals. The game was back and forth in scoring streaks, Moorestown scored the first two goals of the game, Yedman scored late in the first period for the 1-0 lead, a period in which Cherokee carried the play but failed to capitalize on three power play chances. Early in the second period Mike Katz made it 2-0 on a nice feed from Yedman just three minutes in.

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Kyle Frasier and Bryan Popiolek had a goal and two assists and Scott Veneziale had two goals to lead Black Horse by Clearview 4-2 in the Tier II playoff game played at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. Black Horse will now await the winner of the HLV-Clearview game on Friday night at Voorhees. Black Horse needs just one win for the title, while the winner of the Clearview-HLV game will need to beat Black Horse twice. After a scoreless first period, Black Horse broke on top at the nine minute mark as Frasier set-up Popiolek, less than two minutes later Frasier scored a shorthanded goal to make it 2-0.

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Sam Belanger scored three goals and HLV built a 5-0 lead and held off EEW 5-3 in early game action played at Voorhees on Monday night. Belanger scored an unassisted goal just four minutes into the game and on the first shot for HLV for a 1-0 lead. He added his second goal about four minutes later with Alex Mastrokyriakos and Justin Vadino getting the assists. RC Randall made it 3-0 late in the period as EEW failed to get one by Doug Henkel.

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With the playoffs winding down and another season coming to an end, here are some predictions on who might win their respective Titles: Tier I teams are already set-Moorestown and Cherokee. During the regular season Cherokee had a 2-1-1 edge, but Moorestown has won the last 2 in including a 5-4 win last Friday. The key will be containing Brian Miller, in the season opener Miller went off for 6 goals. Over the next four meetings he has been held to just one goal total, so he has Moorestown’s attention when he is on the ice. The teams are pretty even overall, offensively Cherokee averages about .50 goals more per game, but defensively Moorestown has a slight edge.

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