A Split for PC Soccer
Penn Charter's varsity soccer teams competed Thursday in PAISAA semifinals and a 15-hour round trip, roughly, turned out better than a 3-minute walk across campus.
The boys were the winners, by a 1-0 score.
They traveled to Kiski School, about 30 miles east of Pittsburgh, and departed PC at 8:30 in the morning. Thankfully, they maintained their focus/resolve and used a goal by junior Max Jacobs and perfect netminding by senior Jay Jennings to earn a spot in Wednesday's final – vs. Hill School, 7:30 start – at Immaculata University.
The girls hosted SCH Academy on Strawbridge Field, across School House Lane and down the hill, and fell by 1-0. The game was their third in four days.
Both teams will play Saturday as part of PC/GA Day.
The boys game will start at 10 a.m. and the Quakers have a shot at the championship. The girls have already clinched the outright title. Their game will start at 10:45. Go Charter!
Above, Thursday was last home game for girls soccer seniors Mireyah, Macaul, Brigitte, Lexi, Alex and Mary Jane. :-(
More pix of girls soccer.
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