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BBall, Girls Lax and Boys Tennis Take Tuesday

Baseball earned a dominant 7-1 win over Episcopal Academy at home on Palaia Field yesterday.

Senior Will Samuel (above) was impressive on the mound, pitching six strong innings and allowing just two hits. Samuel added three RBIs while going 3-for-3 at the plate. Freshman Dean Bergmann, junior Tommy Snipes and sophomore Gavin Zavorski each added two hits for the Quakers. Many players contributed offensively, senior Mike Siani hit a double and freshman Aaron Maione added two RBIs, which allowed PC earn the decisive victory.

The team will play next when they travel to Springside Chestnut Hill Academy for an away game on Friday.

Girls lacrosse hosted Springside Chestnut Hill Academy at home on Tuesday and earned a strong 7-2 win. After establishing a 2-1 lead at halftime, PC added five goals in the second half to seal the victory.

Freshman Kaylee Dyer had two goals for the Quakers to lead the offense. Darcy Felter, Greer Guyer, Emma Wilson, Leah Sax, and Vanessa Ewing each scored a goal to add to the scoreboard for PC and extend the lead.

The team will host Episcopal Academy at home on Thursday for another Inter-Ac game on Maguire Field.

Boys tennis traveled to Malvern Prep yesterday and earned a shutout victory on the road, winning 7-0 over the Inter-Ac opponent.

Senior Ben Swanson, sophomore Charles Jordan-Weinstein and freshman Josh John all won their matches in singles competition in two sets. The Quakers also went undefeated in doubles competition, winning every set in the four contested matches.

Softball suffered a tough 2-0 loss against SCH in a low-scoring affair at home on Max Gross Field yesterday. The Quakers earned three hits, but could not find a way to score after surrendering two runs late in the game. The team will travel to Notre Dame for a big Inter-Ac game on Friday, May 4.

Posted by S. Sexton in spring sports on Wednesday May, 2 at 10:03AM
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