Spring Break Action: Baseball, LAX
At this pace, Penn Charter's baseball team will never want to come home.
After three games in Florida, the Quakers own a 38-3 advantage in runs and have yet to play more than five innings.
Sunday produced a doubleheader sweep. The victim in the first game, by a 13-3 score, was Bullis (MD). Sidwell Friends (DC) then got waxed, 14-0.
Senior Jon Lewis worked four shutout innings in the opener, allowing no hits/walks while throwing 26 of his 37 pitches for strikes. Senior Joey Lancellotti and junior Mike Siani reached base three times apiece and halved six runs scored. Senior Dom Toso contributed two one-run singles.
Lancellotti earned the win in the afternooncap, fanning seven in four frames. Siani and his soph brother, Sammy, slammed three-run homers and senior Steve Lorenz went 2-for-2 with a double and three RBI.
Boys lacrosse made its official debut on the resurfaced Perrott Field and rolled to a 12-3 win over Seneca Valley, a public school from the Western Pennsylvania town of Harmony.
Soph Carson Marano and junior Morgan Miller shared the goaltending duties. PC led at halftime, 5-1, and surged to a 10-1 advantage as juniors Ryan Dickson and Luke Brogan fired home two goals apiece. Soph Gavin Tygh provided a highlight by winning a faceoff and dashing right downfield for a score.
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