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-and NOW from our SPORTS DESK - Athletic Director Mike Papenberg reportsHappy Monday Morning Everyone! There aren’t too many of those left before we are out of here for the summer!  Here’s a look at how our teams performed last week:

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The Baseball Team had a busy week, going 2-2.  The boys opened the week with a 10-0 win over BCIT Medford.  Joe Elmes was nearly perfect on the mound, striking out 18 batters in 6 innings.  He gave up just 1 hit to lose the perfect game and no hitter.  Joe also had 2 hits and 3 RBI’s to lead the offense.  Steve Peltz and Dean Maute each had 2 hits as well.  Dean and Brayden Minnix knocked in 2 runs each. 
The boys then lost a close one to BCIT Westampton on Tuesday, 8-6.  Joe Elmes had 2 hits and scored twice. 
The boys responded with an 11-6 win over Pemberton High School on Friday.  Joe Elmes had 3 hits and 3 RBI’s.  Dean Maute and Nick Adams each had 2 hits as well.  Steve Peltz picked up the win striking out 7 Hornets over 4 innings. 
The boys finished the week with a 2-0 loss at Doane Academy on Saturday.  The boys finished the regular season 10-9.  They will begin their playoff run on Thursday most likely at Manville.

The Softball Team also had a very busy week and also went 2-2 on the week.  The girls started the week with a 22-11 loss to BCIT Westampton.  Olivia Lynch, Gabby Gray and Charlotte Reis all had 3 hits.  Olivia Lynch also had 6 RBI’s to go along with her 3 hits. 
The girls then crushed Burlington City on Thursday, 17-3.  Olivia Lynch and Sidney Lim each had 2 hits.  Grace Stavely had 4 RBI’s.  Jasmine Martinez struck out 7 to pick up the win. 
The girls hosted the Ed Morgan Memorial Softball Tournament on Saturday.  The girls lost a close game to Doane Academy, 15-8, to start the tournament.  Gabby Gray, Grace Stavely and Mailee Kahana all had 2 hits and 2 RBI’s to lead the offense for the Lady Panthers.  The girls then played Pennsauken Tech in the consolation round and beat them 10-0.  Gabby Gray and Sidney Lim each had 2 hits while Charlotte Reis and Elsie Kenson each had 2 RBI’s for the girls.  Jasmine Martinez struck out 10 batters to earn the win.  The girls are also now 10-9 on the season and will most likely host Paulsboro in the 1st round of the playoffs on Thursday.

The Spring Track & Field Teams ran at the Burlington County Scholastic League’s Divisional Meet at Pennsauken on Saturday.  Both the Boys & Girls teams won the Independence Division Championships to pick up some trophies!  Here are the top finishers:


  • Maura Russell-1st in the 400 Hurdles and 2nd in the 400

  • KJ Watson-1st in the 100 Hurdles and 2nd in the 400 Hurdles

  • Anna Rosica-2nd in the 100 Hurdles and 3rd in the 400 Hurdles

  • Jillian Hines-2nd in the 200 and 3rd in the 100 Hurdles

  • Calli Carr-2nd in the 3200

  • Anna Paszkiewicz- 3rd in the 3200

  • Maddie Grimes-1st in the Long Jump

  • Ava Sims-2nd in the Triple Jump

  • Amanda Gilmore-1st in the High Jump

  • Sarah Agnew-2nd in the High Jump

  • Zaria Welch- 2nd in the Shot Put and 3rd place in Disc and Javelin

  • Samantha Domask-1st in the Disc and Javelin

  • Keiasia Scott-2nd in the Javelin

  • KJ Watson, Maura Russell, Natalie Sherrill, Cadence Anderson were 1st in the 4x400


  • Abdul Iyiola-1st in the 400 Hurdles and 400 and 2nd in the 110 Hurdles

  • Charles Rosica-3rd in the 400 Hurdles and 3rd in the 110 Hurdles

  • John Latimore-1st in the 100, 200, 110 Hurdles and Javelin

  • Jimmy Crean-1st in the 1600 and 2nd in the 3200

  • TJ Peltz-2nd in the 1600

  • Colin Broadbelt-1st in the 800 and 3200

  • Patrick Broadbelt-2nd in the 800

  • Jaleel Latimore-1st in the High Jump and 2nd in the 200

  • Marcus Grimes-1st in the Long Jump and Triple Jump

  • Azmir Taylor-2nd in the High Jump

  • Josh Carter-3rd in the High Jump

  • Sam Adams-1st in the Shot Put and Disc and 3rd in the Javelin

  • Joe Barben-2nd in the Shot Put and Javelin

  • Alejandro Lopez-1st in the Pole Vault

  • Mike Kozlowski-2nd in the Pole Vault

The Boys Tennis Team went 1-2 on the week. The boys opened the week with a 3-2 win over Delran High School.  Julian Carlino won at 1st singles (6-3, 6-4), Richie Butler won at 2nd singles (4-6, 6-2, 10-3) and Owen Jacobs won at 3rd singles (7-7, 4-6, 10-4).  The boys lost to Moorestown Friends on Wednesday, 5-0 and Florence on Thursday, 4-1.  Richie Butler won his 2nd singles match 7-6 and 6-4.  The boys are 5-6 on the season and are at the BCSL Open today.

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The Middle School Track & Field Teams competed at Delran and Riverside last week to conclude their season.  Here are their top finishers:

At Riverside:

  • Burak Sayin finished in 1st place in the 100 and 200

  • JJ Moran finished in 1st place in the 1600

  • Jaxson Ridgway finished in 1st place in the 800

  • Kwame Chisholm finished in 2nd place in the 100

  • Harry Pfeiffer finished in 2nd place in the 1600

  • Jesus Martinez finished in 3rd place in the 800

  • Maya Richman-Dupont finished in 1st place in the 1600

  • Hadassah DaSilva finished in 3rd place in the 400

  • Khloe Hunter finished in 2nd place in the 100

  • The 4x100 boys team of JJ Moran, Burak Sayin, Kwame Chisholm and Rafael Gonzalez finished in 1st place

  • The 4x100 girls team of Khloe Hunter, Hailey Monroe, Alivia Brown and Az-Zahra Pollard finished in 2nd place

At Delran:

  • Burak Sayin finished in 1st place in the 100, 200 and 400

  • JJ Moran finished in 1st place in the 1600

  • Jaxson Ridgway finished in 2nd place in the 800

#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