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Cherokee rallied from a two goal deficit, twice as they earned a 3-3 tie with Washington Township in late game action at Voorhees. Andrew McGinley and Kyle McGarvey scored first period goals to give Township a 2-0 lead after the first period. Cherokee would get the only goal of the second period as Nathan Bridgers got credit for his second of the season. Township would capitalize on the power play early in the third period as Giovanni Torrie scored his third goal of the season and Township once again led by two at 3-1. 

Darren Ambrose would score with seven minutes left in the game to pull the Chiefs to within 3-2 and just over one minute later Connor Ryan scored his fourth goal of the year to tie the game at 3-3. Township would have an opportunity to retake the lead as they had a power play chance with five minutes left in the game, but Andrew Lavdas kept them off the board and the Chiefs were able to escape with the point. 

Written by Mike Costantino

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