Cinnaminson (20-0 overall, 16-0 in the league) captured the title with a 70-55 win over Gloucester Township on Friday. Jake Wilmer led the way with 25 points and CJ Gee dropped 16 points.
Earlier in the week, the Pirates downed Seneca, 77-61, and Cherry Hill, 54-37.
Wilmer had 24 points in the win over Seneca, and Eric Sabato knocked down 16.
Aiden Nesemeier’s double double helped propel the Pirates over Cherry Hill. He had 19 points and 20 rebounds.
Other players contributing to Cinnaminson's success this season include: Eric Gallagher, Tyre Lampkin, Danny Campbell, Justin Yansick, Tyler Conn, Justyn Cacesse, Rod Wright Jr., Kyle Robinson, and Ben DiGiacomo.
Cinnaminson begins its playoff run Sunday morning when it visits Seneca for a quarterfinal matchup at 10:30 a.m.
According to coach Chuck Nesemeier, the coaching staff knew they had a special group shortly after tryouts were finished.
“It really became apparent after the team captured Marlton's Holiday Classic Tournament,” Nesemeir said in an email earlier this week.
The team was missing two of their starters for the majority of their four victories that earned them the tournament’s 6A division championship.