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Quakers Win 4-of-4 in League Matchups

Softball earned a 17-0 shutout victory on the road over Germantown Academy yesterday. A massive third inning set the tone for the game as the Quakers scored 11 runs.

The team created remarkable offense at the plate. Senior Grace Stansfield hit a grand slam that was the highlight moment during the dominant win. Senior Ava Nicolucci was on the mound and allowed just one hit and earned four strikeouts. The team will host the Baldwin School at home on Friday, May 11, at Max Gross Field.

Girls lacrosse traveled to Germantown Academy for an away game on Tuesday and earned a dominant 11-4 win. The Quakers established a 6-2 lead heading into halftime before adding five more goals in the second half to seal the victory.

Freshman Kaylee Dyer was impressive on offense, scoring five goals. Eighth-grader Darcy Felter and sophomore Leah Sax each added two goals. Additionally, eighth-grader Lane Murray and sophomore Vanessa Ewing also found the back of the net.

The team will be back in action today when they host The Hill School at home on Maguire Field.

Baseball rallied late to earn a strong 10-8 win over the Haverford School at home on Tuesday at Palaia Field.

The Quakers found themselves in an entertaining back-and-forth battle with the Fords. After taking an early lead 2-0, the game was tied up 4-4 in the fourth inning before Luke Mattice hit a big RBI double and Dean Bergmann found his way across home plate to give PC a 6-4 lead. Will Samuel and Tommy Snipes also added RBIs and Mike Siani scored courtesy of impressive base-running.

Penn Charter added four more runs late in the game to seal the victory. The team will host Malvern Prep at home on Friday, May 11 for the final Inter-Ac game on Palaia Field. Fans are encouraged to come out for the game and enjoy grilled hot dogs and sausages and a celebration of PC baseball. First pitch is at 4 pm.

Boys tennis hosted Germantown Academy at home on Tuesday for a competitive Inter-Ac matchup and came away with a huge 4-3 win.

Josh John earned an important win in singles competition in two sets (7-5, 6-0). The Quakers added three more wins in doubles competition—Tom Bradbeer/Justin Ko and Jake Cutler/Alex Shipon earned victories in two sets before Nigel George/Josh Toll sealed the team victory when they won their match in three sets (6-3,1-6,6-4).

Posted by S. Sexton in spring sports on Wednesday May, 9 at 08:32AM

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