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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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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 13, 2013 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
From the shotgun, Nick Thevanayagan hesitated for a moment. He took a couple of sharp juke steps to both sides before taking off up the middle of the field, scoring a 64-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage. It was perfect timing for the Cinnaminson quarterback because it was one of the few times that the rain and the increasingly sloppy field allowed for the kind of nifty footwork Thevanayagan displayed on the play. Not that the mud-soaked field mattered much to the Pirates in a 37-6 win over Holy Cross on Friday night in a matchup between two of the favorites in the West Jersey Football League National Division.
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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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June 2, 2016 | By Phil Anastasia, STAFF WRITER
Drew Wilden is a powerful lefthander with darting fastball and a sharp curve. Derek Wakeley is a clever righthander with a tailing fastball and a slick slider. Together, they are a formidable combination on the mound for the West Deptford High School baseball team. For the second postseason game in a row, Wilden and Wakeley split the workload and led the Eagles to victory in the South Jersey Group 2 tournament. Wilden and Wakeley combined on a three-hit shutout with 13 strikeouts Tuesday as West Deptford beat visiting Audubon, 8-0, in the sectional semifinals on a hot, sunny afternoon at Union Field.
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May 17, 2016 | By Phil Anastasia, STAFF WRITER
For Delran catcher Ben Youngberg, there's the action during the baseball game - the pitches he receives, the throws he makes, the times when he gets to bat and run the bases. Then there's everything else. Youngberg is a top hitter and standout defensive catcher. He has led a Delran resurgence that has the Bears back in the race for the Burlco Patriot title and looming as a legitimate threat in the Central Jersey Group 2 tournament. But his greatest contributions might be in those big gaps between the action, when Youngberg is mentoring his pitchers, directing his teammates in the field, and talking it up in the dugout area.
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April 25, 2016 | By Matt Cassidy, Staff Writer
In the first of Cinnaminson's two games on Saturday, Joe Cody earned a 15-6 win over Sterling at the Al Hedelt Baseball Tournament hosted by Oakcrest. The Pirates were boosted by Robert Berrym who went 3 for 5 with three RBIs and Mike Wojcik, who went 2 for 2 with two RBIs. Cinnaminson went on to drop the following game against Cedar Creek, 9-4. Martin Ortiz had a triple and two RBIs for the winning club. In other Hedelt Baseball Tournament action: Mike Downes put together a big day on the mound and at the plate to lead Lower Cape May past tournament host Oakcrest, 9-5. Downes went 2 for 3 with a double and an RBI while Garryn Whittington went 2 for 3 with a double and two RBIs for the Tigers.
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March 13, 2016 | By Alan J. Heavens, REAL ESTATE WRITER
Brian K. Friedman says he tried for more than 12 years to acquire Colonial Park West, a 96-unit townhouse apartment development in Prospect Park, before sealing the $8.725 million deal at the end of last year. The Delaware County community, built in the mid-1970s, had seen better days. Friedman, owner and president of Friedman Realty Group, an investment firm based in Gibbsboro, believed he could bring out the property's "full potential. " Despite the long wait, Friedman, who owns and manages 35 properties in Pennsylvania and South Jersey, was able to close the deal in 32 days.
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March 7, 2016 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
Taylor Sehdev's first shot, on Haddonfield's first possession of the game, was a smooth corner three that looked almost effortless. It was a rare tranquil moment in a game defined by wild, frenzied, and, at times, head-scratching moments. But for Sehdev, it might have been the most important sequence of the afternoon as her fifth-seeded Bulldawgs upset top-seeded Cinnaminson, 55-43, in the South Jersey Group 2 semifinals. "Once I make my first shot, I always feel so much more calm," Sehdev said.
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March 5, 2016 | By Jack Goodwillie, Staff Writer
Marisa DiLeo's ability to get to the line and make the most of her opportunities proved vital for top-seeded Cinnaminson in its quarterfinal matchup in the NJSIAA South Jersey Group 2 girls' basketball tournament. The senior guard made nine free throws and scored 19 points in the host Pirates' 40-29 victory over eighth-seeded Lower Cape May. DiLeo is the niece of former 76ers general manager and interim head coach Tony DiLeo. In other South Group 2 action, Meghan Smart made six free throws and scored 16 points in No. 5 Haddonfield's 47-43 overtime win at No. 4 Manchester Township.
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February 26, 2016
17 Wins in the last 18 games for Middle Township heading into a Cape-Atlantic League tournament semifinal matchup against Wildwood Catholic. 54 Three-pointers in 25 games for Cinnaminson's Marisa DiLeo, who is averaging a team-leading 17 points for the Burlington County League Freedom Division champ. 31 Points for Paul VI freshman Naomi Shorts in the unranked Eagles' upset of then-No. 2 Camden Catholic on Feb. 18. 299 Career wins for Rancocas Valley coach Anthony Corrado
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February 11, 2016 | By Trevor Newcomb, Staff Writer
Will Cabbler led Cinnaminson in points in a 59-56 victory over visiting New Egypt on Tuesday, and his free throws in overtime were his most important buckets. Cabbler scored 18 points and made four foul shots in the extra period to give the Pirates the win. The senior was 8 for 8 from the line and made a pair of three-pointers in the Burlington County League contest. In other Burlington County League play, Antoine Wilson made five threes in totaling 23 points and added seven assists as Pemberton downed host Medford Tech, 77-65.
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February 10, 2016 | By Walter F. Naedele, Staff Writer
Albert M. Reeves, 88, of Riverton, chief of the Riverton Fire Company from May 1972 to January 1975, died of pancreatic cancer Friday, Feb. 5, at home. Mr. Reeves joined the fire company when he was 20 and was still listed on its website membership list. The most memorable event during his years in the company, son Gordon Reeves said, was a Christmas morning fire at a Cinnaminson home in which children died. Though the decade in which it happened and the specifics of the fire are lost to memory, Gordon Reeves said, his father's company was the first of several units to arrive at the scene and the first to enter the building.
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February 1, 2016 | By Phil Anastasia, Staff Writer
Rich Bond says patience is rewarded on the Haddonfield boys' basketball team. "We all know the ball will eventually come back around," Bond said. There were times during Haddonfield's 76-65 victory over Cinnaminson on Saturday when Bond bided his time and waited for opportunities to arise from the team's offensive sets. Those sequences usually ended with Bond's burying a three-pointer. There were other times when Bond seized the initiative. Those moments often resulted in strong drives to the rim for layups or clever passes to open teammates.
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