The Pirates Daily Preview for Wednesday, May 18 features two teams in the playoffs, golf at home and boy’s volleyball at the Backyard Brawl.
Boy’s Tennis: At West Deptford for the second round of the South, Group 2 Tournament at 3pm.
Match Preview Capsule: The Pirates and Eagles were rained out on Tuesday and rescheduled for today at 3pm. The match will still be played at West Deptford. We published our second round playoff preview for boy’s tennis at West Deptford on Tuesday afternoon, just minutes before hearing that the match was postponed. You can check it out right here.
Boy’s Volleyball: At Pennsauken for the final leg of the Backyard Brawl vs Moorestown and Pennsauken at 3:30pm.
Match Preview Capsule: The Pirates take part in the third and final leg of the Backyard Brawl today against Moorestown and Pennsauken at Pennsauken. Cinnaminson learned Tuesday that it earned the #10 seed in the South Jersey bracket and will travel to Donovan Catholic in the first round of the playoffs next week. The Pirates are the only team from Burlington County in the playoffs this year.
Girl’s Lacrosse: At Red Bank Catholic at 3:30pm for the first round of the South, Group 2 Tournament.
Game Preview Capsule: The Pirates open the playoffs today as the #13 seed and will play on the road at the #4 seed Red Bank Catholic. The Pirates come in with a record of 9-7 and last played one week ago when they took down Maple Shade 21-5. Red Bank Catholic has a 15-4 record and is coming off a 14-8 loss to Shore in the semifinals of the Shore Conference Tournament that snapped a nine-game win streak. Check Cinn City Sports at Noon today for our first round playoff preview of this game.
Golf: Home vs Northern Burlington at Riverton Country Club at 3:45pm.
Match Preview Capsule: The Pirates are fresh off their Central-South Group 1 Sectional title on Monday as they look to move to 14-0 on the season. Cinnaminson’s highly anticipated match with Moorestown on Tuesday was postponed due to the rain. No makeup date has been announced. Northern comes in with a record of 16-4 and lost to the Pirates by two strokes earlier this season 159-161. The Greyhounds have won two in a row over Haddon Heights and Holy Cross.