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Mid-Week Report: Softball, BBall, Lax & Tennis

Softball earned a dominant 14-2 win over Agnes Irwin on the road on Tuesday. Overall, PC recorded 14 hits and the strong pitching trio including: Maddie Solow, Ava Nicolucci and Anastasis Lewis allowed just three hits.

Senior Grace Stansfield was 2-for-3 with three RBIs and classmate Chloe Master added three more hits for the Quakers. Additionally, junior Abbey Quinn was 2-for-4 at the plate with a home run and two RBIs.

The team will travel to Springside Chestnut Hill Academy for an away game to continue league play on today.

Baseball traveled to Malvern Prep on Tuesday for an Inter-Ac game and despite out hitting Malvern 7 to 5, the Quakers lost 3-1. Senior pitcher Will Samuel highlighted PC’s performance throwing six innings and going 2-for-3 at the plate. Up next, the team will host Inter-Ac rival Germantown Academy at home on Friday for a big game on Palaia Field.

Boys tennis had a rematch on the road at the Haverford School yesterday, but could not avenge their loss from earlier this week and ultimately suffered a 6-1 defeat.

Seniors Alex Shipon and Jake Cutler earned a victory for the Quakers in doubles competition defeating their Haverford opponents in three sets (3-6, 7-5, 6-4). The team will travel to Episcopal Academy on Saturday for the Doubles Invitational.

Girls lacrosse hosted Agnes Irwin for an Inter-Ac league game at home on Maguire Field. Trailing 12-2 at halftime, the Quakers made valuable adjustments and scored four goals in the second half. However, the early deficit proved to be too much to overcome and PC suffered a 16-6 loss.

Sophomore Leah Sax scored two goals for the Quakers. Mia Ferraro, Kaylee Dyer, Emma Wilson and Alexis Joseph each scored a goal as well. The team will be back in action this weekend when they travel to Radnor High School to participate in the Katie Samson Festival and play Friends Central on Saturday, April 28.

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Posted by S. Sexton in spring sports on Thursday April, 26 at 09:04AM

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