Girls water polo beat rival Episcopal on Tuesday with a score of 13-6. Junior Hayley Hunt brought home five of the Quaker’s goals, and junior Leah Sax completed a hat trick. Other Quaker goals were claimed by Sam Boyes, who scored two, and Molly Visco, Sally Foley and Gabriella Lopez-Ona. On the defensive end, Foley earned six steals, while Zoe Tierno and Abbey Quinn both played an exceptional game in net. They face Germantown Academy on Oct. 12 in the Graham Athletics Center.
Girls soccer had a big win over Germantown Academy Tuesday, defeating the Patriots 8-3 just weeks before the 132nd PC/GA Day. Junior Sara Shipon lead the pack of Quaker goal scorers, earning her first hat trick of the season. Sophomore Janae Stewart scored two goals and an assist, sophomore Kate Haughey scored two, and freshman Charlotte Hodgens scored one. India Barnes, Ally Paul and Kaila Rahn all contributed assists. PC maintained a comfortable lead throughout the game, closing the first half up 5-1. Tuesday’s win puts the girls team in the first-place spot in the Inter-Ac.
Boys cross country split their races at Belmont Plateau on Tuesday, beating Springside Chestnut Hill Academy 33-22 but losing to Episcopal by a slim margin of 27-28. Freshman Oliver Leedale-Brown won the race overall, and was followed by sophomore Finn Glew in third. The boys team was in good shape all around after two consecutive weekends of invitational meets. Up next: Inter-Ac Champs Oct. 22 at Belmont Plateau.
Girls cross country also split their races Tuesday, winning both by a significant lead. Their final tallies were 18-45 against SCH and 16-47 against Episcopal. The girls team is undefeated in the Inter-Ac, and fresh from an outstanding weekend victory at the William Tennent Invitational. The team has a brief respite from competition before Champs on Oct. 22.
Boys soccer lost a close match at Episcopal, 2-1. The Quakers’ goal was scored by senior Ethan Cripe. The boys hold a solid 5-1-3 record this season and face Malvern on Oct. 12.
Field hockey fell to Germantown Academy 5-1 at home on Perrott Field. Zora Johnson, a sophomore, scored PC’s only goal early in the second half. The girls continue their season with a string of Inter-Ac competitions next. They travel to Springside Chestnut Hill Academy Oct. 12.