|High School Ice Hockey:
Shawnee's average at Ten, Blasts Washington Township
Friday, October 5, 2007
By Mike Costantino
Shawnee has come flying out of the gates, winning its third straight game and scoring 10 goals again, this time thrashing Washington Township 10-1, at Voorhees on Friday night. Matt McDonald led the scoring barrage with four goals, three coming in the first period. Sophomore goalie Mason Riley was making his first start and will fare better with some defensive help. Shawnee seems to be on a mission having fallen short last year in its quest for a championship, which was won for the second consecutive year by Township.
Joe Crespo and Sebastian Sundberg added two goals each, with Brian Ruskowski and Chris Lowney also scoring for Shawnee. Erik Forgrove had the lone Township goal. Next up for Shawnee is a date with Williamstown at the Igloo. Should be a good test for the Renegades, as Williamstown has the size to try and slow down the offensive machine that is Shawnee.