Another week, another jam-packed schedule for the Penn Charter fall sports teams. Let's take a look back to see how they fared:
10/18: Girls soccer ……
In nine consecutive losses to Haverford School, Penn Charter's football team yielded an average of 34.7 points and always was burned for at least 21.
Then came Saturday.
Not only did the Quakers end the skid, they did so in semi-comfortable fashion. The final score was 21-7 and PC never trailed.……
The ball spent so much time in Penn Charter's offensive end, it began accepting mail.
So many shots were taking place, you would have thought it was flu season.
From the sideline with maybe seven minutes left, mindful of her team's uniform color and trying to make sure her players did not yield ……
By the end of Thursday's Inter-Ac Individual Golf Championships, one had to wonder whether the name of the honored person connected to the event had been changed from Bert Linton to Rod Serling.
You won't believe these nuggets . . .
The winner, with a 5-over score of 75 at …
What a difference a month makes. Not to mention a site.
Back on Sept. 19, Penn Charter's girls soccer team played host to Episcopal Academy and fell by a 3-0 score.
Wednesday, the teams met again in Newtown Square and the score again was 3-0. In PC's favor!
Freshman Janae Stewart and senior …
If at first you don't succeed . . .
No need to finish that idiom because you know the words. So does Penn Charter's boys soccer team, and proved so Tuesday.
The Quakers traveled to archrival Germantown Academy and found themselves in a 1-0 hole a shade into the second half.
But win they ……
Before the start of this current golf season, Penn Charter senior Brian Isztwan should have gotten a part-time job at a certain department store.
Target. . . . Woulda been the perfect fit.
After last year finishing as the low scorer in the Inter-Ac's six invitational events, Brian knew all…
As October rolls into its midpoint, it's time for another weekly check-in on how the fall sports teams at Penn Charter have been making out:
10/11: Boys water polo bounces back
Dreams aren't always realized.
After starting the season with five consecutive wins in non-league play, Penn Charter's football team hoped to start Inter-Ac League competition by beating host Malvern Prep for the first time since 2006
The first 18 minutes were scoreless. MP then stormed to 23 ……
Penn Charter's girls tennis no longer has a chance to claim another Inter-Ac League championship. But good vibrations are still important and coach Rose Weinstein's squad created them Friday.
In a home match vs. Notre Dame, the Quakers posted a 4-3 win thanks to two wins apiece in ……
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