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PC/GA Week 2020

The annual competition will take place beginning November 10 at Germantown Academy. The PC/GA football game — first played in 1887, making this year the 134th matchup — closes out the week of friendly competition. Enjoy photos of the competitions and senior recognition in an album that will expand as the week continues on Flickr

 

Schedule

Tuesday, Nov. 10

Boys Soccer 2:15 pm Livestream

Girls Tennis 2:15 pm

 

Wednesday, Nov. 11

Girls Soccer 2:15 pm Livestream

Field Hockey 3:00 pm Livestream

 

Thursday, Nov. 12

Golf 2:00 pm @ Green Valley CC

Girls Water Polo 4:00 pm Livestream

Boys Water Polo 5:00 pm Livestream

 

Saturday, Nov. 14

Boys Cross Country 9:30 am

Girls Cross Country 11:00 am

134th PC/GA Football 1:00 pm Livestream

 

Scores

The overall PC/GA Week competition tally so far is: PC 3  GA 3

SPORT SCORE MVP
Boys Soccer 0-3 GA Augie Smith, Rumpp Trophy
Girls Tennis 1-6 GA GA Student
Girls Soccer 3-1 PC Kait Haughey
Field Hockey 1-2 GA GA Student
Golf     — Postponed
Girls Water Polo 14-2 PC Simone Perry
Boys Water Polo 12-9 PC Max Ehinger
Boys Cross Country    
Girls Cross Country    
Football    

Seniors

Seniors for both teams will be recognized before each competition, and we are pleased that each rostered senior on a team may invite three spectators for that ceremony and for the competition. The spectators will require passes, which Penn Charter will supply.

 

Spectators

Covid-19 health and safety guidelines require that spectators be limited to school personnel and three guests (with league passes) of the rostered senior players.

 

The full PC athletics schedule for the fall of 2020 can be viewed on the schedule and scores page

Ten Penn Charter athletes were celebrated by friends, family and coaches on Nov. 13 for signing national letters of intent — or, in the case of Ivy League schools, likely letters — to play their sports in college. All multisport athletes!

Congratulations to the athletes! #pcproud 

See more photos on Flickr.

Student School Sport
Antonia Linus West Chester University Soccer
Sam Boyes La Salle University Swimming
Lance Rainer Wagner College Lacrosse
Lizzie McLaughlin St. Joseph's University Lacrosse
Hayley Hunt Stony Brook University Lacrosse
Leah Sax Ohio State University Lacrosse
Brooke Baker University of North Carolina Lacrosse
Vanessa Ewing University of Pennsylvania Lacrosse
Sara Shipon Brown University Track
Sarah Foley Duke University Swimming

 

Girls basketball had a great showing at the PAISAA Tournament this weekend where they fell to Abington Friends in the championship round.

In the semifinals on Friday, the Quakers beat Notre Dame 70-61 with senior guards Carmen Williams (18 points) and Kait Carter (14 points) leading the way. After two hard-fought quarters of play, the Quakers entered the third with a narrow 35-32 lead before outscoring the Irish in the next two frames.

In the championship game on Saturday, the Quakers lost 65-59 in a well played game against AFS. Charter held Abington to a narrow lead until the Kangaroos began to pull away late in the third quarter, finally securing a double-digit lead in the fourth. The Quakers cut it to a five point game with 1:16 left on the clock. Williams (16), Carter (14), Aleah Snead (14) and Kelsey Bess (7) put in standout performances as the Quakers concluded their excellent 25-4 season.

The girls indoor track team wrapped up its season with several top-10 finishes at the DVGTCA Meet of Champions on Friday at Lehigh University. Senior Payton Parker placed fifth in the 200 Meter (26.33) and eighth in the 400 Meter (1:00.88). The 4X400 Meter team of Parker, Sara Shipon, Elena Coupas and Charlotte Hodgson came in fourth (4:03.83), and sophomore Olivia Montini finished ninth in the 3000 Meter with a time of 11:06.33.

The boys indoor track team competed in the TFCAofGP Meet of Champions on Saturday at Lehigh where two Quakers broke the top-3 in their events. Senior Pat Fehm won silver in the High Jump (6' 3") and silver in the Triple Jump (45' 10"), and senior Akeel Blake won bronze in the Long Jump (22' 07.5") and bronze in the Triple Jump (44' 11"). Junior Oliver Leedale-Brown finished fifth in the 800 Meter with a time of 1:59.6.

The boys and girls squash teams competed at Nationals this weekend in Hartford, Conn., earning a combined total that put them in the top 36 in the US. The girls finished 14th in Division 1 and the boys finished fourth in Division 3 after a great win against the number one seed.

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