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Weekend Highlights

The non-Neeko highlight of an active sports weekend occurred Friday as girls tennis dominated Agnes Irwin, 6-1.

The triumphs were evenly divided between singles and doubles matches. In the first category, the winners were, in order, soph Brinlea La Barge, senior (and Brinlea's older sister) Schuyler La Barge and soph Leila Sor. Repping in doubles were the duo of senior Natalie Williams and junior Chloe Master, senior Olivia Brody-Bizar and junior Meredith Bernstein and another senior-junior duo Hunter Smith and Elizabeth Drebin.

The water polo squads competed in the Beast of the East tournament. The girls provided one highlight by edging Springfield Montco, 8-7, in overtime, thanks largely to six goals by senior Emily Zurcher. The boys managed another by topping Lawrenceville (NJ), 10-9. Senior Emmet Foley scored four goals. 

Boys soccer edged Council Rock South, 3-2, on goals by seniors Conrad Williams and Max Jacobs and soph Billy Melnick, who landed the game-winner.

Two girls squads visited Episcopal. Soccer was edged, 2-1, and field hockey fell, 8-2.

Ninth grader Sara Shipon tallied in girls soccer. Junior Bella Hondros and senior Christina Vahey did so in field hockey. Junior Catherine McInerney added an assist.

Posted by J. Judson-Rea in silary, fall sports on Monday September, 26, 2016 at 01:21PM

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