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-and NOW from our SPORTS DESK - Athletic Director Mike Papenberg reportsHappy Earth Day All! Hope everyone had a great weekend!  Here is a look at how our teams performed last week:

Spring Track & Field Teams Congratulations to the Boys and Girls track team on their second win of the year. The boys team defeated Stem Civic 138-1 and the girls won 135-0.

The following athletes won an event during the track meet.


  • Maura Russell - 400 Hurdles

  • Maddie Grimes - 100 and Long Jump

  • Ellie McCarron - 1600

  • Cadence Anderson - 400 and 800

  • Keronja Watson - 100 Hurdles

  • Zaria Welch - Shot Put

  • Samantha Domask- Discus and Javelin

  • Amanda Gilmore - High Jump and Triple Jump

  • Natasha McGowan - Pole Vault


  • Abdul Iyiola - 400 Hurdles

  • Jaleel Latimore - 100 and High Jump

  • Jimmy Crean - 1600

  • Colin Broadbelt - 400 and 800

  • John Latimore - 110 Hurdles and Javelin

  • Michael Monroe - 200

  • Sam Adams - Shot Put and Discus

  • Alex Lopez - Pole Vault

  • Jase Jennings - Long Jump

  • Azmir Taylor - Triple Jump

There was a tie in the “Ultimate Latimore” competition between Jaleel and John 😊 Both won 2 events.

The Baseball Team went 1 and 2 on the week.  The boys opened the week with a 4-2 loss to Riverside.  Tom Staszak, Brayden Minnix, Dean Maute, Ian Smith and Anthony Morgenstern all had hits for the Panthers.  Anthony Morgenstern pitched a complete game, striking out 4. 

The boys lost another tight one to Burlington City on Wednesday, 10-6.  Ian Smith had 3 hits while Nick Adams and Dean Maute each had 2 hits.  Brayden Minnix and Anthony Morgenstern also had hits for the Panthers. 

The boys finished the week with a 22-6 win over STEM Civics Charter School on Thursday.  Carson Strobel, Nick Adams, Tom Staszak and Ian Smith led the offense with 3 hits each.  Nick Adams had 5 RBI’s with Ian Smith knocking in 3.  Ryan Quigg was the winning pitcher striking out 11 STEM batters.  The boys are now 2-4 on the season and will take on Pemberton High School today at home.

The Softball Team had a busy week playing 4 games.  The girls opened the week with a 12-0 loss to Pennsauken High School. Olivia Lynch and Elsie Kenson each had 2 hits for the Panthers.  The girls lost a close game to Maple Shade on Wednesday, 9-6.  Olivia Lynch had 4 RBI’s and Jasmine Martinez had 3 hits to lead the Panthers. 

The girls took on BCIT Medford on Thursday losing another close game 6-5.  Jisselle Martinez had 3 hits to lead the Panthers while Aubrey Wagner and Elsie Kenson each had 2 hits.  Sidney Lim had 2 RBI’s in the loss.  The girls finished off the week with an 8-4 win over Burlington City on Friday.  Jasmine Martinez had a massive game knocking in 5 runs on 3 hits and she got the win on the mound striking out 4 Blue Devils.  Jisselle Martinez and Olivia Lynch each had 2 hits to help the offense.  The girls are now 2-4 on the season and will travel to Doane Academy for their next game today.

The Boys Tennis Team competed at the BC Open on Tuesday with Richie Butler and the doubles team of Owen Jacobs and Jaden Jennings advancing out of the 1st round and representing PHS proudly! 

The boys then took on Cinnaminson High School on Friday and lost a tough one 4-1.  Owen Jacobs and Jaden Jennings won their 1st Doubles match 6-0, 6-3.

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The Middle School Girls & Boys Track Teams will run their first meet at Indian Mills today.

#GOPANTHERS  Here is a link to our schedule to come cheer on our amazing teams this week, for more schedules & other information find us on PalmyraSchools.com