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Girls track & field earned a commanding 94-31 win over Notre Dame on Wednesday at home on Weaver Track.

First place finishers were Mary McDavid (800m), Mallory Schwartz (pole vault) and Emma Zwall in the mile. The 4x100 team of Jalynn Johnson, Peyton Parker, Ainyae Holmes and Mia Murphy also garnered first place. Both boys and girls track & field will be back in action on Friday as they travel to Abington High School to compete at the Jack Armstrong Invitational.

Softball lost a tough 6-5 game to Archbishop Carroll in extra innings yesterday.

Sophomore Maddie Solow was impressive at the plate going 4-for-5 with a double and a triple. Freshman Neilee Koslosky had a three-run homer for the Quakers and added another hit, but it was not enough to earn the victory.

The team will host Episcopal Academy at home on Max Gross Field on Friday for another big Inter-Ac matchup.

Shorthanded, boys tennis (both PC #1 and #2 were on college visits) battled back-and-forth with La Salle College High School yesterday. The team score was tied 3-3 heading into the last match, but La Salle earned the victory in three sets to take a 4-3 win over the Quakers in a competitive showdown.

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Posted by S. Sexton in spring sports on Thursday April, 19 at 11:21AM
Tags:  softball, tennis, track

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