The basketball teams split Thursday night as the bowling teams competed at the BCSL tournament at Laurel Lanes in Maple Shade.
Boy’s Basketball 49, Maple Shade 50
The Pirates dropped a 50-49 non-conference road contest at Maple Shade Thursday night.
Cinnaminson is now 8-12 on the season.
The Wildcats connected on the game-winning basket with under 30 seconds to play.
Conor Bresnahan led Cinnaminson with 16 points. Craig Turner and John Meekins also posted double digits with 12 and 11 points, respectively.
Cinnaminson hosts rival Delran Friday night at 5:30pm for a Patriot Division contest.
Girl’s Basketball 41, Holy Cross 30
The girl’s basketball team downed Holy Cross Thursday night 41-30, their second win against the rival Lancers this season, both by 11 points.
With the win the Pirates move to 14-5.
The Pirates led the Lancers 24-16 at the half.
Cinnaminson outscored Holy Cross 13-7 to pull away for the victory.
Anne O’Malley led all scorers with 10 points as Fiona Flynn contributed 9.
Angela Oliveira and Maddie Figiel each netted six in the win.
The Pirates visit Delran Friday night at 6:15pm for a Patriot tilt.
Bowling at BCSL
The boy’s and girl’s bowling teams competed at the BCSL Tournament on Thursday at Laurel Lanes in Maple Shade.
Neither team placed in the competition.
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