April 28, 2013
Baseball URBAN TOURNAMENT Neumann-Goretti 2, Maret (Washington D.C.) 1 Mount St. Mary's (Md.) 3, Neumann-Goretti 2 CATHOLIC LEAGUE Archbishop Wood 13, Roman Catholic 0 MID-ATLANTIC PREP LEAGUE Hill School 8, Lawrenceville 4 NONLEAGUE Archbishop Ryan 6, Germantown Academy 2 Haverford School 4, Marple Newtown 0 Penn Charter 4, Perkiomen School 2 Wilson-West Lawn 7, Boyertown 0 Penn Charter 6, Perkiomen School...
April 28, 2013 |
Ryan Luxton earned a save and a victory Saturday, helping the Penn Charter baseball team sweep a nonleague doubleheader against visiting Perkiomen School, 6-5 and 4-2. After pitching one inning to preserve the first-game win, Luxton started the second game and scattered five hits over four innings, striking out two and allowing one earned run. Joey Lancellotti had sparked the opening victory, his bases-loaded triple propelling the Quakers to...
April 26, 2013 |
After pitching a three-hit shutout against her team's league rival, Katie Wenger unabashedly declared her fielders' defense "on fire. " Then the Agnes Irwin righthander said that she loved them. The junior's enthusiasm was well warranted Thursday afternoon, as the host Owls defeated Episcopal Academy, 2-0, in an Inter-Ac League softball game. The Agnes Irwin victory snapped the Churchwomen's four-game winning streak and avenged a season-opening loss to them. "I can throw any pitch and I know that if I mess up that no matter what, they have my back," Wenger said.
April 21, 2013 |
Carolyn Spellacy pitched a perfect game for visiting Friends' Central, which defeated Academy of New Church, 13-0, in a Friends Schools League softball game on Friday. Spellacy struck out seven in five innings for the first perfect game of her career. In other Friends action: Sophomore first baseman Hannah Stratford went 2 for 3 with three RBIs and a run scored for host Germantown Friends, which beat George School, 11-6. Rachel Allison added three hits and scored three times.
April 17, 2013 |
Peter Donato and Mike Cherry scored three goals each Tuesday as host Radnor topped Conestoga, 10-3, to snap the Pioneers' 32-game Central League winning streak in boys' lacrosse. Conestoga, led by Jake Scott's two goals, last lost a league game on April 20, 2010. Inter-Ac. With two late goals, Ian Strain lifted Episcopal Academy over visiting Malvern Prep, 8-7. The midfielder tied the game with 1:25 left in regulation and won it in overtime. Ryan Hillburn led Malvern with three goals.
April 11, 2013
A final score in Wednesday's Scoreboard was incorrect. On Tuesday, Penn Charter defeated the Haverford School in track and field, 751/2 to 461/2.
April 11, 2013 |
Emma Dahle, Friends' Central girls' lacrosse coach Lauren Rubin said, is the team's leader. She is the closer. And Rubin said there is no one she would want more in a pressure-filled situation. The coach got her wish Wednesday as Dahle scored from a free position with just nine seconds left in overtime to send the Phoenix past host Agnes Irwin, 16-15, in a nonleague game. "There was a lot of pressure, especially after she was probably exhausted from playing almost 60 minutes," Rubin said.
April 9, 2013 |
While cradling a football that commemorates the program's 1975 city-title squad, Mike McKay was introduced as Father Judge's new coach Monday afternoon in a news conference at the school. McKay, 54, was the starting quarterback when the Crusaders beat Frankford, 9-6, at Veterans Stadium for the crown. "It's a dream come true," the 1976 Judge graduate said. "Not many people get a chance to be part of a championship team and then come back and coach at that school. It's a special day for me. " It's the first head coaching job at the high school level for McKay, who has served as an assistant at Archbishop Carroll, Northeast, Upper Merion, Archbishop Wood, and the old Cardinal Dougherty.