Jenkintown falls to Great Valley
Great Valley 19, Jenkintown 1 – Jenkintown entered Tuesday’s first round of the District One Class AAAA playoffs heavy underdogs against Great Valley. The 31stseeded Drakes fell to the second- seeded Patriots 19- 1.
“There was a reason they were the number two seed, they were a good team,” Jenkintown coach Jeanie Ewer said.
The Drakes were looking to lean on the senior leadership of its team and solid defensive play.
“We just wanted to try to be competitive,” Ewer said.
Haley Smith assisted an Emma Dillon goal for Jenkintown’s only tally of the game. The loss puts the DrDNHV’ finDO rHFRrG DW 135.
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