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Crew Medals at City Champs, BBall Beats SCH

Crew made an impressive showing in the City Championships this weekend at Boathouse Row on the Schuylkill River. The Quakers qualified five boats to the finals: girls JV 2x, girls freshman 4x, boys freshman 4x, girls JV 1x, and boys varsity 2x.

Highlighting a solid team performance, Matt Kestenbaum (right) and Matt Grobhens (right) earned silver medals finish in the boys varsity 2x and Lucy Alter earned a second place medal for PC in the girls JV 1x. More crew photos.

Baseball hosted Springfield Township at home on Saturday and earned a hard fought 6-5 win in extra innings. Freshman Aaron Maione hit a walk-off single in the ninth inning to earn the victory.

Senior Mike Siani put the Quakers on the scoreboard in third inning when he stole home after a wild pitch to tie the game. Junior Demetrius de Ramus and freshman Aaron Maione added RBIs in the fourth inning to take an early 3-1 lead, but after seven innings the score was tied 4-4.

Freshman Jake Siani was impressive on the mound, pitching four innings as a reliever and earning seven strikeouts. PC earned the victory by scoring a walk-off run in the bottom of ninth. The team will host the Haverford School tomorrow at home on Palaia Field for an important Inter-Ac matchup.


Posted by S. Sexton in spring sports on Monday May, 7 at 08:25AM
Tags:  baseball, crew

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