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November 15, 2014 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Cinnaminson boys' soccer team has been scoring goals at an impressive pace during the NJSIAA tournament, and the Pirates continued that trend in their biggest game of the season. Scoring twice in the first nine minutes and four times by halftime, the No. 3-seeded Pirates defeated No. 9 Audubon, 4-0, Thursday in the South Jersey Group 2 final. In four tournament wins, the Pirates scored 12 goals. Cinnaminson (18-4-2) advanced to Tuesday's state Group 2 semifinal against the Central Jersey winner, Governor Livingston.
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April 6, 2014 | By Evan Cross, Inquirer Staff Writer
With the game tied in the bottom of the sixth inning and a runner on second, Cinnaminson's Christian DeLuca sent a towering shot to center field. DeLuca hit the ball very well, but it looked catchable. Then Holy Cross' centerfielder fell. The ball fell, too, allowing Jimmy Dever to score the go-ahead run and DeLuca to coast into third base. "When I was rounding second, I saw him trip, and I was like: 'Well, I definitely have third now,' " said DeLuca, a senior centerfielder. "I was looking for four, but he got up and threw it in pretty well.
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November 30, 2013 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
The bus ride from Cinnaminson to Delran isn't long, maybe 10 minutes. But it gave Brad Hawthorne enough time to reflect on the meaning behind the game he was about to play. "I was thinking about how this is my last high school game, it was for the division championship, and it's Thanksgiving against our biggest rival. We absolutely were not going to lose," Hawthorne said. "Everybody put in so much work all season. I knew for a fact I would get another division title. I just knew it. " There was a sense of urgency, of desperation, in the way Hawthorne and his Cinnaminson football team approached this game, and from the first play it showed.
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November 23, 2012 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
In the last-gasp effort of his high school career, Clinton Hart thought about what it would be like 30 years from now. He was cramped and winded from playing every snap in the game. But so what? He would tell his grandkids about this win someday, he thought. As theatrical as Delran's final drive felt, Hart made it look even more so, recording back-to-back sacks on third and fourth downs to seal Cinnaminson's 17-14 home upset on Thanksgiving Day. "Every year, even back in Pop Warner, it's us vs. Delran in the last game," said Hart, Cinnaminson's senior two-way lineman.
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October 1, 2001 | By Tom McGurk INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Traditionalists may frown upon this season's new three-division alignment in the Burlington County League. But the Cinnaminson field hockey team loves its new surroundings. Riding a four-game winning streak, the Pirates (4-1-1) are sitting in first place in the Patriot Division. If Cinnaminson maintains its residency in the Patriot penthouse, it would be the program's first division title since 1980. "If we're going to win a divisional title, this is the year to do it because of the new alignment," Cinnaminson coach Beth Baxter said.
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November 16, 2014 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Columnist
Some losses linger longer than others, but they also can lead to wins and even championships. That was certainly the case with the Cinnaminson boys' soccer team. The Pirates (18-4-2) soothed a two-year ache with Thursday's 4-0 win over Audubon in the South Jersey Group 2 final. Two years ago, the Pirates advanced to that same sectional final and ended up losing in penalty kicks to visiting West Deptford, after the teams played to a 2-2 draw through 100 minutes of regulation and overtime.
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February 1, 2013 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Unlike other teams, Willingboro has two records. One without Shaun Russell. One with Russell. "We're a different team," Willingboro coach Jeff Haddock said of the impact of Russell, a 6-foot-3 senior who sat out the first 30 days of the season as a transfer from Westampton Tech. Russell scored 24 points and added four assists and three rebounds Thursday night as Willingboro beat Cinnaminson, 70-46, in a Burlington County League Patriot Division boys' basketball game in the Chimeras' gym. The victory evened Willingboro's record at 9-9. The Chimeras are 8-2 in the division.
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January 30, 1998 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Jim Robinson, who was serving his second stint as Cinnaminson football coach, has resigned. Robinson, who will remain at the school as supervisor of health and physical education, compiled a 24-64-1 record in 10 seasons. He returned to the head coaching position three years ago and infused life into a struggling program before stepping down this month. In 1994, Cinnaminson went 0-9, forfeiting four of its last five games because of a dwindling number of players. Robinson began his second tenure in 1995, and even though the Pirates were 0-9, the program made strides.
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May 15, 2015 | By Tyler Harper, Inquirer Staff Writer
Katarina Ostbye and Katie Pileggi scored four goals each Wednesday as host Haddonfield, the eighth seed, defeated No. 9 Cinnaminson, 12-8, in the first round of the South Jersey Group 1 girls' lacrosse playoffs. Gracie Grimes added three goals and Claudia Brong also scored. Camden Catholic 12, Collingswood 8 - Megan Kilpatrick tallied seven goals to help the sixth-seeded Irish beat the visiting 11th seed. Saige-Lyn Gidzinski had two goals. Bishop Eustace 19, Donavan Catholic 5 - Kristen Biche and Ally Criscuolo each scored five goals to lead the fourth-seeded Crusaders to a win over the No. 13 Griffins.
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April 30, 2015 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
Brandon Staub painted a quiet masterpiece. The Cinnaminson High junior lefthander didn't pop his catcher's glove with a loud fastball. He didn't power his way through the Holy Cross lineup. "He did what he does," Cinnaminson coach Kevin Merrill said after Staub led the visiting Pirates to a 5-0 victory over Holy Cross on Tuesday in a key Burlington County League Patriot Division baseball game. Staub pitched a complete game, allowing just four hits with one walk as Cinnaminson won the battle of neighborhood rivals and teams in The Inquirer's Top 20 rankings.
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April 16, 2015 | By Dwayne C. Nelson, Inquirer Staff Writer
Zach Schuyler struck out 10, went 2 for 3 at the plate, and scored two runs as host Burlington Township slipped past Bordentown, 3-1, on Tuesday, in a Burlington County League baseball game. Robert Stevens chipped in with two RBIs for the Falcons. Marc Gronostajski homered for Bordentown. In other Burlington County League action: Brandon Staub struck out six and gave up only three hits in seven innings, and Jimmy Cicale went 3 for 4 with a double and an RBI, in Cinnaminson's 9-0 victory at Rancocas Valley.
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April 10, 2015 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Harriet Hillebrand Burns' decision to become a psychiatric nurse was swift. "At her first taste of an autopsy" while a nursing student, her husband John E. Burns recalled, "she said, 'I'm going into psych nursing.' " He suggested that in her career, "if she could be likened to a part of the body, she was a shoulder. " At a Veterans Administration medical center in Los Angeles in the late 1950s and early 1960s where she nursed, he said, "people could confide in her and seek her counsel.
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February 21, 2015 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
The team's motto, "All 32," was born on the track at Cinnaminson High School before the season. The Cinnaminson girls' basketball team had just graduated the top scorer in program history. The Pirates were a relatively young team. They weren't particularly big. They were in need of a new identity. They found it on the asphalt surrounding the school's football field. "We wanted to be a team that hustled for all 32 minutes of each game," said senior forward Caitlyn Kollar. "Ever since Day 1 - even before Day 1 - we ran, we did every kind of conditioning for basketball you could think of. We went out to the track, we did cross-fit.
SPORTS
February 10, 2015 | By Evan Cross, Inquirer Staff Writer
Marisa DiLeo had 21 points, helping Cinnaminson defeat Collingswood, 49-30, in the South Jersey Invitational at Eastern on Sunday. Caitlyn Kollar added 11 for the Pirates. Molly O'Neill led the Panthers with 12 points. In other South Jersey Invitational action, Elaina Hansen scored 23 points, leading Clearview past Winslow Township, 52-29. Hannah Quast had 10 points for the Pioneers. The Eagles were led by 10 points from Amaiya Melvins. Jordan Wallace put up 16 points as Sterling defeated Willingboro, 69-28.
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January 3, 2015 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
When Joan Geiss McConnell marked the 50th anniversary in 2004 of her graduation from Nazareth Academy High School in Northeast Philadelphia, it had special meaning. She did not simply receive a celebratory pin from the school, as did others with significant anniversaries. Her presentation occurred at the graduation ceremony for the Nazareth Academy Class of 2004 - and among the seniors was granddaughter Jeannie. On Sunday, Dec. 28, Mrs. McConnell, 80, a former teacher's aide, died of cancer at Westfield Leas, a retirement community in Cinnaminson where she resided.
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December 9, 2014 | BY AARON CARTER, Daily News Staff Writer cartera@phillynews.com
THAT WILL teach the Daily News to highlight the talented troupe of running backs in the St. Joseph's Prep backfield and leave out Benny Walls. After the Hawks ran away from Ben Franklin in the Class AAAA city title game last month, the People Paper spilled ink for the exploits of James Bell, Olamide Zaccheaus and D'Andre Swift. Truth be told, that triad combined for 284 yards and four touchdowns while Walls, who transferred in from Camden Catholic this season, toted just thrice for 6 yards.
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November 29, 2014 | By Christian Hetrick, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jahmiere Van Kline broke free for seven rushing touchdowns and broke three records as Bordentown beat host New Egypt, 55-14, in a nonleague Thanksgiving football game Thursday. Van Kline scored on runs of 40, 75, 4, 30, 70, 60, and 57 yards to break the school's single-game rushing-touchdown record. The previous mark of six was set by Van Kline earlier this season. Van Kline totaled 374 rushing yards on 20 carries. He finished the year with 2,305 rushing yards (a Burlington County record)
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November 25, 2014 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. - The decisive goal was off a counterattack by the opponent. Hackettstown's Jared Leckberg chased down a long feed from Josh Weiss, found himself one-on-one with the keeper, and buried a shot that ended the Cinnaminson boys' soccer team's hopes of winning a state title. It was a brief, fleeting lapse in a game that Cinnaminson largely controlled throughout. It underscored one of soccer's harsh truths: The team that plays better doesn't always win. "I definitely think we were the better team today," said Cinnaminson coach Jason Meile after his team's 3-1 loss Sunday in the Group 2 boys' soccer state championship at Kean University.
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