|High School Ice Hockey:
Timber Creek Breaks Through with First Win
Friday, January 21, 2005
By Mike Costantino
Jeff Scully scored two goals and Timber Creek got contributions from all three lines in defeating Cinnaminson 6-4 and win their first game of the season. With fifteen underclassmen on their roster and the return of Tier 2 next season, Timber Creek hockey should be on the rise. After Scully scored two minutes into the game, Cinnaminson tied the score as Justin Fillmyer scored on a backhander to the short-side. Scully put Timber Creek back on top at the nine-minute mark on a feed from Ryan Johnson.
Less than two minutes later Dan Visco, working hard in the corner, fed a cross-ice pass to Joseph Fanconeri and his blast from the point found the net and his goal gave Timber Creek a 3-1 lead. Cinnaminson cut the lead to 3-2 early in the second period as Dan DiBartolo on a nice drop-pass from Ryan Joyce. Just over a minute later Timber Creek responded as Dan Cavallaro raced down the left side and hit Gary Scott in stride and his quick shot made it 4-2. Visco and Dave Verbaro for Cinnaminson traded goals later in the period and Timber Creek led 5-3 heading into the third period. After Shaun Mulvihill brought Cinnaminson to within 5-4, Timber Creek kept their composure and clinched the game with an empty net goal.