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Up, then Down for Softball and Baseball

Can we do a Wednesday replay and forget that Thursday happened? Off great home victories, softball and baseball hit the road and suffered punches to the gut.

Having already clinched the outright championship, softball traveled to Episcopal Academy with the hope of finishing Inter-Ac play a perfect 12-0. Instead, the Quakers surrendered a run in the bottom of the seventh and lost, 1-0.

Baseball journeyed to SCH Scademy with the hope of finishing I-A play at 6-4 after going 1-4 in the first five games. Instead, the Quakers rolled to a 6-1 lead, but suffered an 8-7 loss due to a single with the bases loaded and nobody out in the home seventh. Senior Kenny Bergmann provided PC's highlight with a 3-for-4, one-double, four-RBI performance.

The end of the week, but not the end of the world: 

  • Softball will face the winner of EA vs Baldwin at home on Max Gross field next Thursday, May 26, at 4pm. The winner will advance to the championship game at a site TBD.
  • Baseball is the 4th seed in the PIASAA tournament and will host the winner of Mercersburg vs Westtown next Thursday, May 26, at 3:45pm. The winner will advance to the semifinals Saturday, May 28, at a site and time TBD. 

Posted by S. Sexton in silary on Friday May, 20, 2016 at 11:15AM
Tags:  baseball, softball

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