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Boys Soccer Season Ends in a Deluge

Literally and figuratively, the boys soccer varsity's postseason parade got rained on Thursday. Under serious precip, along with semi-heavy winds in the second half, the visiting Quakers fell to Haverford School, 3-1, in the semifinal round of the PAISAA tournament.

The Fords scored twice roughly two minutes apart starting with 14:30 remaining in the first half, then added the clincher, on a penalty kick, three minutes before game's end. PC's goal was scored five minutes earlier when junior defender Conrad Williams converted a rebound after a shot by senior forward Sean McKee resulted in a save.

Junior goalie Jay Jennings was unavailable for this one due to a concussion suffered in Tuesday's quarterfinal win over Hill School.

Coach Bob DiBenedetto's squad included seven seniors aside from McKee: starters Harrison Williams (Conrad's brother) and Drew Shaifer; subs Adam Takle, James Frye, Kobi Galvis, Michael Kearney and Iggy Quinn. Best wishes to all going forward.

Posted by S. Sexton in silary on Friday November, 20, 2015 at 08:03AM

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