Panther Athletics UPdate- including photo of Matt Curtis Stadium

Good Evening Palmyra! It was a great week for Palmyra Athletics!  Here is a look at how our student-athletes performed last week:

The Girls Soccer Team continued its undefeated run to start the season.  The girls opened up their week with a 7-0 shutout of Bordentown High School.  Julia Ostroff led the attack with 4 goals,  Riayn DiMeo added 2 goals and Sarah Agnew scored 1.  Maeve O’Connell made 5 saves to pick up the shut out.  The Lady Panthers then defeated Maple Shade High School in a battle for 1st place in the division.  The girls won 2-1 with Julia Ostroff and Lauren Gilmore scoring the goals.  Maeve O’Connell made 8 saves to pick up the win in goal.  The girls finished off their perfect week with a 7-1 win over BCIT Medford.  Julia Ostroff again paced the Panthers with 3 goals.  Lauren Gilmore, Sofia Gravano, Maura Russell and Mikayla Mangano each scored a goal each.  Maeve O’Connell made 1 save to earn the win while Elsie Kenson also made 1 save for the Lady Panthers.  The girls are now 5-0 on the season and travel to BCIT Westampton for their next game today.

The Boys' Cross Country Team of Colin Broadbelt, Jimmy Crean, Adam Fries, Owen Jacobs, Carter May and Elliot Wence defeated New Egypt, Bordentown and Riverside High Schools on Tuesday.  Colin Broadbelt placed 4thout of 57 runners.   The Girls’ Cross Country Team was led by Cadence Anderson who placed 4th in the girls' race.

The Football Team lost a tough Friday Night Game 21-12 to Haddon Township High School.  Kwinten Ives ran the ball 7 times for 151 yards and 2 touchdowns including a 65 yard run.  The Panthers fell to 2-1 on the season and will travel to New Egypt this Friday at 6:30 for their next game.

The Boys Soccer Team had a 1-1 week.  The boys lost an early week game 4-3 to Florence High School in an early season battle for 1stplace.  Joe Russell scored twice and Corey Knox added the 3rd.  John Liebe had 7 saves in goal for the Panthers.  The boys rebounded on Friday and defeated Holy Cross High School 1-0.  Jase Jennings scored the lone goal on an assist from Richie Butler.  John Liebe made 3 saves to pick up his 3rdshutout win of the season.  The Panthers entered this week's play with a 3-1 record and host BCIT Westampton today at 3:45PM at the stadium.

The Girls Tennis Team lost to Delran and New Egypt 5-0, 5-0 last week to drop to 1-3.  The girls will host Northern Burlington tomorrow at 3:45PM at Legion Field.

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