Varsity girls tennis beat SCH 7-0, sweeping singles and doubles in a confident demonstration of their widespread talent. The team holds a 2-1 record and takes on Germantown Academy Sept. 28.
Varsity field hockey brought home its first win of the season Wednesday against Friends Select, with a final score of 4-2. Freshman Lydia Maione claimed the Quakers’ first goal, then senior Elisabeth Ross scored two, bringing the team to a 3-2 lead at the close of the half. Senior Alexa Lenfest took number four, with an assist from Ross. The team will attempt to build on Wednesday’s momentum when the Quakers meet the Baldwin School Oct. 2 at home on Perrott Field.
Varsity girls soccer continued its streak of dominance with a 4-2 win over Inter-Ac challenger Agnes Irwin. The game was tied at halftime after goals from sophomore Janae Stewart and junior Sara Shipon. Senior Ally Paul brought the Quakers into the lead early in the second half, then Stewart followed up with her second goal of the game—with assist from Paul—to seal the deal. The team defends an undefeated record Oct. 2 at home against Baldwin.
Varsity golf rounded out the afternoon’s wins with a victory over Hill School at the Quakers’ home course, Huntingdon Valley. Sophomore Patrick Isztwan’s one-under-par allowed the Quakers to edge past the Rams 217-218. The boys travel to Haverford School on Oct. 2.