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Squash Champs Results for Friday

Varsity squash competed Friday in the National High School Championships with PC's teams going 1-2 overall.

The boys, competing in the Division II portion of the tournament, opened in the morning with a 5-2 win over Phillips Exeter Academy, of Exeter, New Hampshire, before returning to action in the evening and falling to Conestoga, 5-2. Those matches were played at PC.

The girls traveled to Philadelphia Cricket Club, in Chestnut Hill, for a late-afternoon Division I match and were swept by Noble and Greenough, of Dedham, Massachusetts, 7-0.

All five triumphs in the boys' win were claimed by 3-2 scores. Those winners, with the fifth-game score in parenthesis, were Tate Miller (11-1), Tommy Fournais (11-3), Marker Angelakis (11-8), Reid Kleinman (11-6) and Max Lubovitz (11-9).

Miller also won by 3-2 vs. Conestoga, thanks to 11-5 dominance in Game No. 5, while Marco Rodriguez pulled off a 3-0 sweep.

For the girls, only ninth-grader Elisabeth Ross, recently named the No. 1 U17 player in the country (she's just 14 years old), managed to avoid a sweep.

After falling into a 2-0 hole, "E" (shown above, center) slapped together a terrific rally against a highly-rated U19 player, Grace Doyle. She won the third and fourth games and entertained the spectators by getting involved in ties at 4-4, 5-5, 6-6, 7-7, 8-8 and 9-9 in Game No. 5 before dropping an 11-9 decision.

Fifteen minutes after it ended, people could still be heard discussing the match and saying how much they enjoyed it.
Posted by S. Sexton in silary, winter sports on Saturday February, 13, 2016
Tag:  squash

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