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The Pirates fell to the Collegeville Blue Sox, but rebounded for a win over the Buffalo Wings.
The team, made up of players from Cinnaminson, Riverton and Palmyra, went 5-0 in the tournament.
Cinnaminson began play in Cooperstown Sunday morning.
The Pirates competed in South Jersey last season.
Zagunis, a Holy Cross High School graduate, was drafted No. 78 by the Cubs on June 6.
Ike Johnson returns to teach tennis lessons to township residents. He's taught lessons since 1998.
Mark Cellini had two goals in seven tournament games.
It took 1,000 hours of work and $15,000, the Burlington County Times reports.
The fourth annual tournament took place Thursday night.
The team was undefeated and outscored opponents 22-2 in Eastern Conference play this year.
The Hurricanes went 5-0-1, and defeated the Mount Laurel Storm, 16-5, in the final.
The Pirates upended Spotswood, 5-1.
Dan Gavlik hit a two-run homer and an RBI double in a 4-1 win over Willingboro at home Wednesday night.
Juniors David Gall and Matt Haddon took second and third place, respectively, in the tournament.
Quron Pratt, a Rutgers senior, signed with the pro football team on Sunday.
The Pirates dropped a 10-6 decision to Pennsville in the first round of the tournament.
The Hurricanes posted three shutouts and let up a total of three runs in five games.
The Pirates open the tournament against undefeated Pennsville at Overbrook Saturday afternoon.
Tom Elliott ran in the last two Philadelphia marathons.
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