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Andrew Fehr’s second goal of the game at the three minute mark of overtime gave Cinnaminson a 5-4 win over St Joe’s in an elimination playoff game at the Igloo. Cinnaminson will now move on to meet Mainland, St Joe’s saw its season end with the loss. Each team launched 50 shots as both goalies were busy and played well, Stephen SanMartin for Cinnaminson and Colin Rogers for St Joe’s. Nick Frangos, in his final game for St Joe’s had a hat trick to pace the offense. Frangos gave St Joe’s a 1-0 lead at the six minute mark, but Cinnaminson came right back seconds later as James Lowry tied the game at 1-1.Frangos and Mike O’Brien exchanged goals late in the period and we were knotted at 2-2 after one.

Cinnaminson scored both goals in the second period with Alex Richardson and Fehr connecting and Cinnaminson led 4-2 after two, Frangos got St Joe’s to within 4-3 five minutes into the third period and Kevin Troy would get the equalizer with less than three minutes remaining. SanMartin made a huge save on Frangos to keep the game tied and Fehr would get the winner in overtime.

Written by Mike Costantino

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