High School Sports Roundup: Girls Soccer, Field Hockey remain atop of their respective divisions…

High School Sports Roundup: Girls Soccer, Field Hockey remain atop of their respective divisions, and more

Cinnaminson Girls Soccer are 6–1–1 while Field Hockey is 8–1.

The Cinnaminson Girls Soccer teams are unbeaten in their last six games, and are 2–0–1 in their last three. The Lady Pirates defeated Burlington Township, 3–0 on Sept. 22 as Hailey Gutowski (2) and Candance Delio got on the scoresheet. Goalkeeper Maddie Ogden made 14 saves in the clean sheet.

After going down 1–0 in their match at Rancocas Valley on Monday evening, the Lady Pirates fought back to draw 1–1. Gutowski scored the all-important equalizer while Ogden made five saves.

Cinnaminson had a much-comfortable time on Wednesday, defeating Delran 4–1 at home. Emma Karch led the way with a hat-trick while Gutowski added a goal and two assists as well.

The Lady Pirates are back in action on Monday, Oct. 2 at Northern Burlington with opening whistle slated for 3:45 p.m.

Field Hockey remains atop of division, despite suffering first loss of year

The Cinnaminson Field Hockey team suffered their first loss of the season on Wednesday, Sept. 27. Maura Tumely and Marissa Porrini each found the back of the net, but Delran ran away 3–2 winners.

The Lady Pirates defeated Pemberton on Sept. 22 by a score of 6–0. Tumelty led the way with a hat-trick while Carly Barnes, Serafina Kennedy, and Porrini also got on the scoresheet. Cinnaminson blanked Rancocas Valley 4–0 on Monday, Sept. 25, as Tumelty led the way with her second hat trick in as many matches.

The Lady Pirates will look to bounce back after their loss on Wednesday, as they travel to Bordentown on Thursday, Sept. 28. Opening whistle is set for 3:45 p.m.

Cinnaminson Boys Soccer sitting at 4–4 after up and down week

The Cinnaminson Boys Soccer team has found it tough to rope consistent results together.

The Pirates defeated Burlington Township 1–0 on Friday, Sept. 22 thanks to a lone goal from Jake Vermes. Goalkeeper Colin Peters made four saves in the shutout.

Despite holding a 1–0 halftime lead, Cinnaminson fell 3–2 on Monday, Sept. 25 to Rancocas Valley. Vermes and C.J. Gee each were on the scoresheet, while JC Johnson scored twice for the winners.

The lone highlight in Cinnaminson’s 3–0 road loss at Delran on Sept. 27 was Colin Peters who made 10 saves in the defeat. The Pirates are 4–4 and return to action on Monday, Oct. 2 as they welcome Northern Burlington.