We continue our Top 5 series today with a look at the top 5 girl’s cross country meets of the fall 2015 sports season at Cinnaminson High School.
#5: Cinnaminson at New Egypt Batch Meet – 9/22
The second batch meet of the season saw the Pirates take on Maple Shade and Westampton Tech at New Egypt. The Pirates defeated both teams handily, moving to 6-1 on the season en route to a 14-1 mark. The top three finishers at the meet were Haley Adams, Madison Edwards and Devon Kaiser. The Pirates had 10 runners finish in the top 15 at the meet.
#4: Cinnaminson at Northern Burlington Batch Meet – 9/29
On September 29, the Pirates traveled to Northern Burlington for a batch meet against Delran, Rancocas Valley, Northern Burlington and Palmyra. The Pirates recorded a clean, 4-0, sweep to move their record to 10-1 on the season. The closest wins were over powers R.V. and Northern Burlington, both by identical, 26-29 scores. The Pirates beat Delran 22-30 and Palmyra 15-50 to sweep.
#3: Cinnaminson at SJ Open – 10/10
Cinnaminson took part in the SJ Open on October 10, finishing in second at the meet. Adams was the highest finisher for the Pirates, coming in sixth with a time of 20:16. The runner-up finish prepared the Pirates for their entry in the BC Open on October 16 at Mill Creek Park, where they finished in fifth as a team.
#2: Cinnaminson at BCSL Open – 10/21
At the BCSL Open, the Pirates secured the Patriot Division title with a total of 27 points. Adams finished in first place overall in the Patriot race. The Pirates had three runners named to the Patriot Division first team; Adams, Olivia Rocks and Edwards. The Pirates top 7 runners all finished within the top 20 at the meet.
#1: Cinnaminson at Group 2 State Meet – 11/14
At the Group 2 State Meet, the Pirates finished in 11th as a team at Holmdel. The entire team qualified for states by finishing third at the Sectionals on November 7. Adams finished 9th at sectionals to advance to states as an individual.
Our Top 5 series continues on Wednesday with the Top 5 Boy’s Soccer Games of 2015.