Upper Perk's Sara Adamkovic takes the baton from Emily O'Sullivan in the girls' 4x800 relay. The girls finished second in the event.
As it always is against the bigger PAC-10 schools, the numbers-challenged Upper Perk track teams were doomed before the meet even began in the gloom of last Thursday's cold, drizzly day. But that did not deter many Tribe athletes from delivering outstanding individual efforts against Owen J. Roberts.
Two of the top performers against the Wildcats were senior Quinn Bilger, who won the 100 and 200 meter races and junior Eli Soto, the victor in the 400 and javelin as the boys were absorbing a 101-47 defeat....
Upper Perk pitcher Chris Kachmar reaches to tag out a Phantoms player as he races for the plate in Monday's game at home against Phoenixville.
The PAC-10 baseball season has barely gotten underway, but the way Phoenixville and Upper Perkiomen went at each other this past Monday, one might have thought a playoff berth was on the line.
The Tribe entered the contest riding a three-game winning streak in league play, and a win would keep them right near the top of the PAC-10 standings with only one loss.
Phoenixville, on the other hand, was looking to steal a road win that could have a lot more meaning in the final week of the season when, teams are battling to extend their seasons. A loss and the Phantoms would fall back to the .500 mark....