Perkiomen School's lacrosse team celebrates it fourth consecutive Tri-County Independent School League title following a 4-3 victory over the Delaware Valley Friends School.
Nick Posocco needed two hands to lift the trophy over his head. The Perkiomen School senior then handed it to his teammates standing nearby.
The Panthers lacrosse team celebrated its fourth consecutive Tri-County Independent School League title on Wednesday, May 18 following a 4-3 victory over visiting Delaware Valley Friends School.
"I never get tired of this," senior midfielder Noah Ruff-Pringle said. "I love to see the reaction of the rest of the players on the team."...
As it has all season, Upper Perkiomen's offense struggled in its season-ending loss Tuesday. The team managed just two hits in a 4-0 loss to Bishop Shanahan in the opening round of the District One Class AAA playoffs.
"It was the same old story," head coach Frank Mercon said. "We had a few baserunners, but we could not come up with the key hit. We played hard, and we played tough."
Elias Gabel-Tripp and Trey Livingstone managed the only two hits for the Indians (8-13) off winning pitcher Riley O'Day. Shanahan's starter went the distance, registering five strikeouts and working around four walks....