By: Joe Cicchino - Sports Information Assistant
FORT WASHINGTON -- A cold, blustery day did not deter fans from coming out in droves for the 132nd GA-PC Day. While the tradition spans generations, the rivalry remains fresh.
In 2018, the Quakers won the day 7.5-2.5 and reclaimed the coveted Competition Cup. However, the Patriots look forward to the challenge of winning it back next year.
- Field hockey handled their business, defeating PC 7-0. In the process, they won the Inter-Ac League for the first time in 12 years.
- Girls soccer fell behind in the first half, but tied things up in the second to force overtime. However, the score stayed tied and the teams split the point.
- History repeated itself as boys water polo overwhelmed the Quakers and won 15-5.
- After both teams top-five runners brought in 28 points, boys cross country was edged out when the sixth runner's score was added. PC got by with a 38-40 win.
- Girls cross country had 14 runners finish with personal-best times, but could not pull out the win. The Quakers came away with a 19-44 victory.
- Girls water polo hung tough with Penn Charter, but the Quakers were able to pull away late, winning 11-6.
- It was the same score, but different result when girls tennis took on PC. Unlike the Sept. 28 matchup, GA came out on the losing end, 4-3.
- After a scoreless first half, Penn Charter outscored GA boys soccer 3-1 in the second to clinch a victory.
- Behind a powerful rushing attack, Penn Charter handed GA football a 41-14 loss.
- Golf started off GA-PC festivities on Nov. 7, but were edged out by PC, 4.5-3.5.