AFS boys cross coun­try fin­ishes 10th in PAISAA

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AFS wrapped up its 2018 cross coun­try sea­son at the Penn­syl­va­nia In­de­pen­dent Schools Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion (PAISAA) Cham­pi­onship meet on Satur­day at Bel­mont Plateau in Philadel­phia.

De­spite not hav­ing their best day, AFS man­aged to cap­ture 10th in the Boys’ Var­sity race, fin­ish­ing 3rd among all Friends’ School League (FSL) teams.

Hav­ing fin­ished mere points be­hind the likes of Haver­ford School, Epis­co­pal Academy, Hill School, and Mercers­burg (all schools that are twice as big as is AFS) is a real tes­ta­ment to how far the AFS pro­gram has come over the past three years and the de­gree to which the kids have “bought in” dur­ing that time pe­riod.

Only three schools man­aged to place their top five run­ners ahead of AFS’ top five: GFS, West­town, and Malvern.

Boys wa­ter polo

HILL SCHOOL 13, GA 6 >> Walker But­ler led Ger­man­town Academy with three goals while Jake Rab­biner added two goals as the Pa­tri­ots’ three-game win streak came to an end Wed­nes­day.

Justin Stokes made 11 saves and four saves for GA (17-7, 4-1 In­ter-Ac) while Jack Ford added a goal.

GA 12, MALVERN PREP 4 >> Noah Spratt scored four goals and Walker But­ler added three more as the Pa­tri­ots won at Malvern Prep for the first time since 2011.

GA 12, Malvern Prep 4

Goals-as­sists: GA, Noah Spratt 4-0; Walker But­ler 3-0; Brian Bar­tle 3-0; Dan Araten 1-0; Jake Rabiner 1-0. Saves: GA, Justin Stokes (9)>

Field hockey

GA 2, NOTRE DAME 1 >> Sammy Pop­per scored the game win­ner on a penalty stroke in over­time for GA.

GA 2, Notre Dame 1 0 0 2—2 1—1

SA­CRED HEART 1, SPRING­FIELD 0 >> The Spar­tans lost in the 1-A first round de­spite four saves by Re­becca Ber­glund.

Sa­cred Heart 1, Spring­field 0

Goals-as­sists: SH, Julia Flood 1-0; Dani San­tora 0-1.

Shots: S 12; SH 6.

Cor­ners: 12; SH 3.

Saves: S, Re­becca Ber­glund (4).

GA 6, AGNES IR­WIN 0 >> Sammy Pop­per scored two goals as the Pa­tri­ots (6-11) blanked Agnes Ir­win on Tues­day.

GA 6, Agnes Ir­win 0

Goals-as­sists: GA, Sammy Pop­per 2-0; So­phie Towne 1-1; Syd­ney Cameron 1-0; Mad­die O’Hara 1-0; Ella Brant 1-0; Grace Pacitti 0-1.

Boys soc­cer

GE­ORGE SCHOOL 3, ANC 1 >> Julien Buss scored for the Li­ons in a los­ing ef­fort on Fri­day.

Ge­orge School 3, ANC 1 2 0 1—1 0—0 1—3 1—1

Goals-as­sists: GS, Bran­don Stolz 1-0; Jor­dan Valde­pe­nas-Mel­lor 1-0; Con­nor Stok­losa 1-0; ANC, Julien Buss 1-0.

ANC 2, ABING­TON FRIENDS 0 >> Chakra Wade scored twice as Academy of the New Church shut out Abing­ton Friends in the Friends Schools League Quaker Cup semi­fi­nals Wed­nes­day.

ANC vis­its Ge­orge School for the Quaker Cup fi­nal 3:30 p.m. Fri­day

ANC 2, Abing­ton Friends 0


ANC-Chakra Wade 2.

0—0 1—2

ALL PCL >> The boys soc­cer All-PCL team was an­nounced Tues­day and it had a lo­cal fla­vor to it. La Salle had a pair of first-team se­lec­tions, which in­cluded se­nior Cole Ham­mel and se­nior Chris Met­zler. LC was hon­ored with first-teamer se­nior Mattt Mc­Don­ald. Arch­bishop Wood placed three on the first team with se­niors Kody Tay­lor, Bob Hen­nessy and Conor Ford.

2018 Boys’ Soc­cer All-Catholic Team First-Team

Jared Dil­lon, Se­nior, Ro­man

Kody Tay­lor, Se­nior, Arch­bishop Wood Matt Mc­Don­ald, Se­nior, Lans­dale Catholic

Cole Ham­mel, Se­nior, La Salle Col­lege Matt Duddy, Se­nior, Bishop McDe­vitt Ai­dan O’Neill, Ju­nior, St. Joseph’s Prep An­drew Markopou­los, Se­nior, Bon­ner & Prendie Bob Hen­nessy, Se­nior, Arch­bishop Wood Chris Met­zler, Se­nior, La Salle Col­lege Nick Bello, Se­nior, Devon Prep Conor Ford, Se­nior, Arch­bishop Wood (GK)

Se­cond Team

Brendan Mc­Carthy, Ju­nior, Fa­ther Judge Kevin Davis, Ju­nior, Ro­man

Nick Fred­er­ick, Se­nior, Arch­bishop Car­roll

Kieran Don­nelly, Ju­nior, Ro­man Christo­pher Rola, Se­nior, Arch­bishop Ryan

Tom Magiera, Ju­nior, St. Joseph’s Prep David Stein­bach, Se­nior, La Salle Col­lege Jalen Ham­mond, Ju­nior, Car­di­nal O’Hara Ai­dan McShane, Sopho­more, Fa­ther Judge

Brendan Held, Se­nior, Con­well-Egan Kevin Tobin, Ju­nior, Ro­man (GK)

Third Team

Eric Wil­liams, Se­nior, Ro­man Se­nior Ray Royds, Se­nior, Lans­dale Catholic Dom Massi, Se­nior, Arch­bishop Car­roll Sidiki Fo­fana, Sopho­more, Arch­bishop Ryan

Chris­tian Petro, Se­nior, Arch­bishop Wood

Mark Ian­na­cone, Se­nior, Ro­man

Jim Trod­den, Se­nior, Arch­bishop Wood Calvin Rol­land, Se­nior, Car­di­nal O’Hara Evan Fi­lak, Se­nior, St. Joseph’s Prep Owen Ovecka, Se­nior, Fa­ther Judge Ai­dan Harty, Se­nior, St. Joseph’s Prep (GK)

Girls ten­nis

PED­DIE SCHOOL 5, GA 2 >> Sarah Ro­jas won at No. 3 sin­gles but the Pa­tri­ots dropped the match on Thurs­day.

Ped­die School 5, GA 2

Sin­gles: Kathryn Pang (PS) def. Emma Menkowitz (GA), 6-3, 6-0; Emme Pham (PS) def. Tif­fany Zhong (GA), 6-3, 6-3; Sarah Ro­jas (GA) def. Ayanna Zaveri (PS), 6-0, 6-3.

Dou­bles: Anna Moller/Jes­sica Cheng (PS) def. Ken­dall Skalicky/Emily Wang (GA), 6-4, 6-3; Meghana Chityala Mad­die Mitsch (PS) def. Alice Su/Amanda Li (GA), 6-3, 7-6(1); Brooke Perl­man/Julia Fin­kle (PS) def. Julia Ostro­vsky/Devon Gel­man (GA), 6-7(5),6-1, 1-0(8); Ha­ley Marks/Sadie An­dra (GA) def. Madi­son Zim­mer­man/He­len Chu (PS), 6-0, 6-2. GFS4,GA1>> Emma Markowitz de­feated Mariel Ka­vanaugh, 6-3, 6-1 at No. 1 sin­gles but the Pa­tri­ots dropped the match on Mon­day.

GFS 4, GA 1

Sin­gles: Emma Menkowitz (GA) def. Mariel Ka­vanaugh, 6-3, 6-1; Harper Zuercher (GFS) def. Sarah Ro­jas (GA), 7-5, 7-6(2); Malana Li (GFS) def. Ha­ley Marks (GA), 6-0, 6-4

Dou­bles: Tay­lor Ford/Mar­lie Golden (GFS) def. Ken­dall Skalicky/Emily Wang (GA), 6-4, 6-4; Daisy Lentz/Tsega Afessa (GFS) def. Laura Len­non/Kara McAn­drew (GA), 6-1, 6-1

Girls volleyball

GA3,ANC0>> Shan­non To­p­ley de­liv­ered 24 as­sists as the Pa­tri­ots swept their way to the PAISAA quar­ter­fi­nal vic­tory on Fri­day.

GA 3, ANC 0 25 15 25 12 25—3 14—0

GA Stats: Shan­non To­p­ley 24 as­sists, 2 digs, 2 aces; Natalie Schildt 17 kills, 3 digs; Macken­zie Smith 5 kills, 4 digs, 1 ace; Tay­lor Put­nam 1 kill; Becca Booth 3 kills, 1 block; Kelli Ramer 3 digs, 1 ace; El­iz­a­beth Reaume 1 ace; Kier­sten Reilly 2 kills.

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