The match was a scrappy, hard-fought affair with the boys triumphing by a scant margin of 6 total pins (1,745 to 1,739).
The Plymouth Baseball team won their opening game of their own baseball sectional Saturday afternoon at Bill Nixon Field.
Pools C-D Title Game: Howards Grove 34, Roncalli 26.
Top scorers: Eric Reinemann (HG) 14, Jack Baldwin (HG) 9, David Heinzen (R) 7.
Upper Dublin swept the pole vault event — Alex Liu and Sean Starosta combined for a 21-6 on the boys side and Lexi Schneider and Anastasia Berger were winners in the girls with an 18-0.
PLYMOUTH – The season for both the Plymouth North boys and girls indoor track teams figures to come down to a final meet against Hingham which could decide the Patriot League championship."The boys have a big meet coming up against Duxbury, which is much improved this season, so that will be tight," Head Coach Cliff Buckley said. Hingham is absolutely stacked, so that will be a meet to determine the league title."Both teams are coming off 5-0 seasons in which they won the league title. The boys are led by senior Rey Da Silva, a returning all-star who has already qualified for the division meet in the long jump.
All afternoon and evening activities have been cancelled throughout the district. Boys Golf Coach Dan Young will be hosting an informational meeting on 3/8/18 in room 401 Plymouth at pm.
As of now, all activities scheduled for Saturday, 2/10 are NOT cancelled. All students interested in golfing this Spring should plan to attend to receive necessary information about the upcoming season.
Especially if we run well in the cold weather now, we’ll totally be better for it later in the year.” The foursome of Rorie Spencer, Kelly Jawork, Sophia Marino and Henry closed things out on the track in impressive fashion, going .41 into a stiff wind.
Out in the field, La Salle racked up four victories, led by Noah Walker’s output in the shot put, discus and javelin.
“The weather was definitely a factor, so you had to make sure you warmed up stronger, harder — a little extra and earlier,” said Wissahickon’s Rahsheed Wright.