Boys Squash Picks Up Another League Win
By the end of Thursday's boys squash road match vs. SCH Academy, hardly any skin was left on Penn Charter's teeth.
The Quakers edged the Blue Devils' B Team, 5-4, and the closest win went to eighth grader Oliver Leedale-Brown by a 3-2 score.
And it wasn't captured in back-and-forth fashion. L-B dropped the first two games and won No. 3 by the minimum two points. He was again pushed hard in the fourth game, but won by 11-8. Game No. 5? Comparatively easy at 11-6.
PC's other victories went to seniors Marco Rodriguez and Marker Angelakis at Nos. 1 and 2, respectively, and to juniors Tom Bradbeer and Rohan Bhambhani at Nos. 6 and 7. Rodriguez, Angelakis and Bradbeer executed three-game sweeps.
The girls squash team hosted Baldwin and dropped an 8-1 decision. PC coach Damon Leedale-Brown says Baldwin might be the No. 2 team in the country.
PC's win was posted at the No. 1 slot by junior Elisabeth Ross, shown above receiving her teammates' congratulations. Her opponent was likewise a nationally ranked player and the two are known for having eye-popping battles.
The Quakers' best losing effort was made by junior Alexa Lenfest at No. 4. She extended her match to five games.
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