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On Jan. 24, the Quakers hit the road to square off against league rival Agnes Irwin. The girls won 10 of the 12 events on the day, getting out to a fast start by placing first, second and third in the medley relay and never looked back in the 113-50 victory.

The girls squash squad started its week off strong by picking up a 10-1 victory over Conestoga on Jan. 24. Senior captains Lexi Bari, Sydney DelBello and Alex Glomb led by example while claiming impressive 3-0 victories from the third, fifth and sixth positions, respectively.

Sure enough, Bryson was right back in the mix a few nights later when Germantown Academy visited the Graham for Senior Night on Jan. 20. Even with Kai Shinholster back on the court, Bryson was one of four Quakers to reach double digits in points with 11 in the convincing 71-47 victory. Schumm and Grimes led the way with 15 points apiece, while Butler tallied 13.

Agnes Irwin visited the Graham on Jan. 17, and despite a slow offensive start, the Quakers righted the ship en route to a 65-47 victory to run their league record to a perfect 6-0. Eighth grader Ryan Carter was the star of the show in compiling 20 points and 14 rebounds, while seniors Aleah Snead (19 points, seven rebounds, four assists) and Bella Toomey (10 points, six rebounds, three steals) also had great all-around games. Additionally, sophomore Kaylinn Bethea reached double figures with 12 points while adding eight rebounds, three assists and three steals.

Later that week, Germantown Academy visited the Graham on Jan. 20 and there would be no slow start in this one. A three-pointer from Bethea and two from Toomey on three straight possessions saw the Quakers jump out to an early 11-3 lead. From there, GA never got closer than six points the rest of the way, as PC led by nine after one, 10 at halftime and 17 after three quarters in the eventual 54-39 victory.

The boys swimming & diving team traveled to Malvern Prep on Jan. 17 to square off with a very talented Friars squad. Malvern ultimately came away with a 108-72 victory to drop the Quakers to 0-3 on the season, but even in defeat there were many commendable performances to highlight.

The girls swimming and diving program also was at Malvern Prep on the same day last week to take on Notre Dame, with the Quakers picking up their second straight victory, a 108-75 decision over the Irish.

Penn Charter also earned top three finishes in the 100 freestyle from Steinbrook, eighth grader Molly Lo and Brady. Brady, sophomore Ava Coombs, freshman Ryan Zinser and Steinbrook claimed victory in the 200 freestyle relay, with the quartet of freshman Harbor Campbell, sophomore Ava Gonnella and eighth graders Arden Keitel and Eloisa Tovar finishing second right behind the victors.

First up, Haverford visited the Graham on Jan. 20 for a huge Inter-Ac battle, as both the Quakers and Fords entered with identical 1-1 league records. Following an extremely competitive bout, PC emerged with a 39-30 victory, pushing their overall record to 14-3 and 2-1.

The Quakers next visited Haverford on Jan. 10, and for three quarters a win appeared unlikely. The Fords built a 40-20 lead late in the third quarter, with nothing going right offensively for Penn Charter. PC then flipped a switch and embarked on a 33-8 run that featured tremendous defense and clutch foul shooting down the stretch in what became a thrilling 53-48 victory.

Following the close call against the Fords, the Quakers returned home to host Episcopal at the Graham on Jan. 13. With the game tied at 8 in the first quarter, PC ripped off 20 straight points and appeared headed for a rout, leading by 17 at halftime and 19 after three. The Churchmen fought hard and won the final quarter 22-10, but the deficit was too much to overcome and PC claimed a 56-49 victory that improved them to 16-1 overall and 3-0 in league play.

After a three-week rest, the Quakers returned to the court for the first time in 2023 on Jan. 5 to battle nationally-ranked Haverford School. Unfortunately, the Fords were too strong, posting a 9-0 victory to remain undefeated while dealing Penn Charter its first loss of the season. All nine matches were won in straight games, 3-0.

The other big winner against EA was freshman Audrey Abernethy, who claimed a back-and-forth 3-2 victory from the no. 8 position in the lineup. She is unbeaten so far this season for the Quakers (2-2, 0-2).

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