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Tuesday Wrap-Up for Track and Boys Lax

Girls track and field traveled to GA Tuesday to compete against the hosts and Agnes Irwin. The girls outscored GA 72-59 and AI 72-11. 
On the track, the girls took home three firsts: Mia Murphy won the 100m, Peyton Parker wont the 200m, and Sara Shipon took first in the 400m.
On the field, ninth grader Mallory Schwartz pole vaulted 9'6" — a season best and personal record.
PC boys track and field traveled to Malvern for a tri meet with the hosts and GA. PC lost to MP 64-48 but came in on top over GA 77-40. Highlights of boys meet include field events: Akeel Blake took first in the high jump and Patrick Fehm second. In the long jump Patrick Gabor was second and Fehm third. And, in the triple, Fehm grabbed third, missing first by 1 inch. Luke Mattice took a break from baseball practice to place third in the shot put.
On the track, Marcellus Poland lead the 4x400 to victory. And, in the 200, Patrick Gabor was second and Poland third.

Both boys and girls track & field will compete again today at the Henderson Invitational at West Chester Henderson High School.

Boys lacrosse traveled to Moorestown High School in New Jersey on Tuesday for an away game, but suffered a tough 9-6 loss on the road.

Trailing 5-1 at halftime, the Quakers mounted an impressive comeback, scoring five goals in the second half, but it was not enough to earn the victory. Senior Blake Target scored two goals for the Quakers to lead the offensive efforts. Additionally, Gavin Tygh, Ryan Dickson, Luke Brogan and Jayce Dyer each contributed goals for PC.

The team will be back in action today for a big Inter-Ac matchup at Malvern Prep.

Posted by S. Sexton in spring sports on Friday May, 4 at 02:29PM
Tags:  lacrosse, track

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