Saturday Action in Baseball, Softball, Track
After experiencing a frustrating first week in Inter-Ac play (0-2 record), varsity baseball needed some fun. It came Saturday in a locale that wasn't exactly around the corner.
In Reading, against Berks Catholic, PC rang up a 7-0 victory.
Senior righthander Frank Driscoll (photo at right) was dominant in a route-going performance, allowing just three hits and no walks while mowing down nine.
Soph Mike Siani was the dish dandy, posting a triple and homer along with two RBI. Junior Dom Toso had two hits, including a double, and two RBI.
Varsity softball traveled to Princeton, NJ, for a battle of unbeatens versus Hun School. The Quakers won, 10-0, and needed just five innings.
Eighth grader Anastasia Lewis posted a two-hitter with just one walk. The offense, which racked up nine runs in the first two innings, was led by senior Dev Loftus (double, three RBI), soph Grace Stansfield (double, two RBI) and senior Zoe Neefe (two RBI).
And in track, at Neshaminy Relays, Dylan Burnett brought home two first-place finishes, one in the 400m hurdles and another in the 110m hurdles. Patrick Gabor won a first in the high jump and Felicia Robinson won first in the triple jump. Harper Pollio-Barbee won third in the 1600m and Emily Smith third in the 800m.
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