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Cinnaminson Basketball Teams Learn Playoff Fates

The girls host Johnson in the first round. The boys visit Manchester.

With the start of the playoffs just two weeks away, the Cinnaminson High School basketball teams each learned their playoff fates this week, and while neither team will have it easy, things look to set up a little better for the girls.

The girls are the sixth seed in the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group 2 playoffs, which commence March 4, according to nj.com.

The Pirates will host No. 11 Johnson at 6 p.m. The winner faces the winner of the game between No. 3 Delaware Valley and No. 14 Raritan. Rumson is the No. 1 seed in the 16-team field.

Cinnaminson is 11-11 this season, and has both a seven-game winning streak and a seven-game losing streak on its resume. Johnson has at least seven wins this season.

The Pirates have games remaining against Palmyra, Moorestown and Delran, all on the round, before the playoffs begin.

The boys are seeded 12th in the 16-team field and open the playoffs at No. 5 Manchester on March 4 at 6 p.m., according to nj.com. The winner faces the winner of the game between No. 4 Spotswood and No. 13 Holmdel. Matawan is the top seed.

The Pirates are 8-12 this season. Manchester is 12-6.

Cinnaminson has games remaining against Moorestown, Florence, Delran and Pennsauken Tech. Only the game against Florence is on the road.

John February 17, 2014 at 10:27 AM
Good Luck guys....

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