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Crew and Boys Lax Top Busy Weekend Results

Boys lacrosse traveled to Haddonfield High School in New Jersey for an away game on Saturday and earned a 6-3 win to cap an undefeated weekend.

Senior Ryan Dickson had a highlight performance scoring three goals for the Quakers. Senior Blake Target added two more goals for PC after freshman Antonio DeMarco got the team on the scoreboard first with his goal in the first quarter.

The team will be back in action today when they host the Hun School at home on Perrott Field at 4pm.

Baseball hosted the Perkiomen School at home for a double-header on Saturday and the teams split the games 1-1. The Quakers earned a strong 9-3 win in game 1, but costly errors in game 2 resulted in a 9-6 loss.

In game 1, freshman Danny Will pitched five innings to earn the win for the Quakers. Freshman Jake Siani pitched the closing two innings to end the game and seal the victory.

Senior Mike Siani had a solo home run to right field in game 2. Luke Mattice, Aaron Maione, Tommy Snipes, Demetrius de Ramus and Gavin Zovorski all recorded RBIs for PC.

The team travels to Malvern Prep for an away game on Tuesday, April 24, for an Inter-Ac game.

Softball traveled to the Lawrenceville School on Saturday for a challenging game and suffered a 9-2 defeat.

The Quakers earned four hits on the day and junior Abbey Quinn hit a home run, but it was not enough to earn the win. The team will play next when they travel to Agnes Irwin for an away game on Tuesday, April 24.

Girls lacrosse traveled to Baltimore, Maryland, on Saturday to play the Bryn Mawr School at US Lacrosse Stadium. The team fought hard, but ultimately lost 13-9.

The Quakers trailed 6-5 at halftime, but were not able to overcome the deficit. PC trailed 10-9 with just 8 minutes to play, but Bryn Mawr added three goals late in the game to seal the victory.

Freshman Kaylee Dyer had three goals and sophomore Haley Hunt recorded an impressive 16 saves. The team played well together on the road, as many different players were influential throughout the game on both sides of the ball. Junior Emma Wilson and sophomore Leah Sax both scored two goals for PC.

The team will be back in action on Tuesday when they host Agnes Irwin at home on Maguire Field for an important Inter-Ac matchup.

Crew competed in the Fifth Flick Regatta on Sunday at Boathouse Row on the Schuylkill River. The team continues to improve each week and showcased some valuable performances as they prepare for the City Championships.

The Quakers earned a victory when junior Nick Djerassi and junior Ryan Milkman won in their JV boys double race. Sophomores Gabi Mancini and Riley McDade finished as runner-up in the JV girls double race, and junior Lucy Alter also earned a runner-up finish in JV girls single.

Posted by S. Sexton in spring sports on Monday April, 23 at 10:02AM
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