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Penn Charter senior Adam Holland has a new good luck charm . . . the bell in the legendary clock tower.

Friday, as the bell was ding-ding-ding-ding-dinging 5 p.m., Holland delivered a two-run single during an 11-1, five-inning win over Episcopal Academy.

Saturday, at the exact same moment, he came to bat in the eighth inning of a game versus Caravel Academy (Del.). The bases were loaded because senior James Gabor had just earned an infield single thanks to serious hustle to beat out a grounder.

Then, just like that, PC owned a 5-4 win.

Holland also hit an infield grounder and busted down the line. The throw short-hopped the first baseman, who couldn't make the scoop, and the Quakers rushed onto the field to swarm Holland and celebrate their 11th win without a loss. Starting pitcher Brendan "Chooch" Bellucci (right) congratulates Adam Holland (enter) after PC completes a doubleheader sweepMore baseball photos.

In game one (noon start), PC had topped Bergen Catholic (NJ), 7-2.

The respective wins went to senior starter Matt Gorman and junior reliever Mike Siani. Senior Joey Lancellotti was the overall hitting star, going 3-for-5 with two homers and five RBI. Senior Steve Lorenz added three apiece of hits/RBI.

Beyond rightfield (3 o'clock start), the softball squad hosted Lawrenceville School (NJ) and racked up a 9-4 triumph.
Freshman Anastasia Lewis went five innings for the win and junior Ava Nicolucci served as the closer. Soph Abby Manion and seniors Brigitte Gutpelet (double; others were singles), Emily Zurcher and Faith Fenton all stroked hits worth two RBI in an eight-run fourth. That outburst enabled the Quakers to erase a 3-1 deficit.
Boys lacrosse traveled to Haverford School to battle St. Augustine Prep (N.J.) in a showcase event.
After trailing by 9-4 at halftime, PC rallied back within 11-10 before winding up on the short end of a 13-11 score.
Junior Ryan Dickson fired home four goals. Senior Luke Stansfield offered two goals and one assist.
Posted by S. Sexton in silary, spring sports on Sunday April, 9, 2017 at 11:07AM
Tags:  baseball, silary

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  • five grass playing fields, two synthetic turf fields, one all-weather, eight-lane track, seven tennis courts, 10 squash courts, four basketball courts, and one swimming pool.
  • PC has four buildings designated for athletics: Graham Athletics Center — with the new Blaine A. Steinberg OPC '11 Center for Fitness and Performance  Kline & Specter Squash Center, Ray Dooney Field House, and the Old Gym.

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We appreciate the student athletes who are now powering PC to great feats, and look forward to welcoming those who will do so in the future. Also, of course, we eternally appreciate the efforts of all OPCs!

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A Friends School for Girls and Boys, Pre-K to 12

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