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Owls come back steal win over GA in softball action Conestoga rowers won four gold medals. In the novice quad, Rory McCue, Nicole DeStefano, Ali Siegele and Maggie Dwyer won the first gold medals of the day. Novice quad Mike Tucker, Kevin Haddad, Blake DeVlieger and Nick Nalbone also won gold, pulling away from the lead boat in the last 500 meters of the race. Also winning gold was the JV quad of Marissa Caldwell, Augusta Harris, Katy Kiely and Elizabeth Moran. Junior Matthew Needles and sophomores Jack Wright, Jack Hoban and Tim Hersh won a gold medal by 17 seconds in the JV quad heat and also participated in the varsity quad event. The Conestoga rowers also won three silver medals. Sabrina Luthra and Kelcey Hadden Leggett achieved silver in the JV double event, off the lead boat by a mere 0.69 seconds. Drew Bailey and Max Frey also won silver in the JV double event. After winning their qualifying race in the morning, varsity quad Emily Apathy, Caroline Fregeau, Megan Connell and Emily Lavender took silver in their final. Conestoga also achieved four bronze medals. Junior Liz Dunkel and senior Shelby Johantgen competed in the varsity doubles race, winning bronze, off the gold by 3 seconds. Sam Hudson, Mike DiLucca, Stetson Miller and Ricky Groves won bronze in the novice quad event. The men's varsity quad, rowed by Matt Needles, Jack Wright, Michael nike q nightclub McCarter and Tim Hersh, won bronze in its heat. Matthew Ikeler, Christopher Connell, Duncan McNabb and Michael Noone won bronze in the JV quad event. Junior Alex DeLuccia and senior Michael McCarter participated in the highly competitive varsity double event. JV quad Priyanka Kapadia, Grace Kerschensteiner, Sherean Ali and Sara Rudman also competed in a tight heat. On Sunday, the crew team came home after a hard day of racing to compete again its home turf: the Schuylkill River. Duncan McNabb and Drew Bailey competed in the JV double event. Novice quad Mike Tucker, Kevin Haddad, Blake DeVlieger and Nick Nalbone won second place, off the lead boat by 0.46 seconds. Sam Hudson, Mike DiLucca, Stetson Miller and Ricky Groves won third in the freshman quad event. Alex DeLuccia and Michael McCarter participated in the strong varsity double event. For the second day, Matt Needles, Jack Wright, Jack Hoban and Tim Hersh won the JV quad race. Matthew Ikeler, Christopher Connell, Max Frey and Michael Noone also participated in the challenging event. Sabrina Luthra and Kelcey Hadden Leggett competed in the challenging JV double race. JV quad Marissa Caldwell, Augusta Harris, Katy Kiely and Elizabeth Moran won second in their event with Priyanka Kapadia, Grace Kerschensteiner, Sherean Ali and Sara Rudman also in their race. Freshmen Rory McCue, Nicole DeStefano, Ali Siegele and sophomore Maggie Dwyer achieved third place in the novice quad event. In the lightweight varsity double Liz Dunkel and Shelby Johantgen won second, off the leaders by only three seconds. Varsity quad Emily Apathy, Caroline Fregeau, Megan Connell and Emily Lavender also won second in their event. Through the series of victories attained in the past weeks, the Conestoga girls won the Manny Flick Points Trophy. The Radnor boys' varsity 4 finished up the 5th Manny Flick with a solid third place among tough competition. In the stroke seat was Peter Van De Beek, followed by Eric Stroczynski, Adrian Bos and Andrew Miller, with Carley Friedman as coxswain. The novice 8 boat finished seventh out of 17 in the head race with Mike Stravakos, Nick Mathison, Declan Carberry, Jin Hwang, John Monaghan, Devon Byrd, Kevin Xiao and Mike Kariyannis. Radnor adhered to its race strategy, which relied on a sprint at the beginning, a settle to a base rate where they could work and a final sprint somewhere in the last 500 meters. Radnor girls had several good performances at Sunday's regatta. The day began with a Head Race, in which the novice 8+ took sixth of 23 boats. The boat featured Addie Bickart as stroke, followed by Berry Begg, Claire Doroski, Sami Taylor, Emma Howard, Kathryn McLaughlin, Lexi Katz, Jenna Banky and Anna Donella as cox. The second Head Race was the freshmen 8+ where Radnor's "A" boat placed fourth among 14 boats. Alexandra Janiczek stroked the boat with Emma Burke, Greer Howard, Varney Glassman, Hannah Shug, Taylor Olson, Kendall Chapin and Francesca Maroitti in the bow and Sydney Cantor as coxswain. The freshmen "B" boat finished behind Our Lady of Mercy while the JV4+ finished a Head Race 12th of 25 boats. Both Radnor's Lightweight 8+ and V4+ finished fourth in their races. The highlight of the regatta for Radnor was Event No. 31 with the V8 taking first place by edging out Absegami by 1.1 seconds with Andrea Hartman as stroke and Chandler Lally, Alli Webster, Sophia Blair, Sarah Hernandez, Jackie Somes, Carly MacCormick, Gabrielle Mariotti and Lindsay Press as coxswain. Sacred Heart took to the Schuylkill River Sunday and rowed hard to secure its second place seed in the Manny Flick Point Trophy race. Team highlights from this fifth and final Flick included a strong first place finish over Montclair for its freshmen 4X featuring Jordana Cech of Bryn Mawr, Tyler Mitchell, Caroline Greenwald and Taylor Brady. Senior Regina Hayburn of Havertown scored a second place finish in the varsity 1X heat behind Upper Darby. Juniors Colleen McClatchy of Bryn Mawr and Giana Schena of Radnor took third place in the JV lightweight 2x event and freshmen Alex McNulty of Bryn Mawr and Kelsey Williar finished fifth in the JV 2X race. Juniors Grace Scorzetti and Emily Burrichter and sophomore teammates Jordan Pincus of Bryn Mawr and Patty Price placed fifth out of a field of 15 in the JV 4X head race. Teammates Katie Myers, Kristin Keefer of Malvern, Hannah Sullivan and Molly Connor of Bryn Mawr placed 18th in the JV 4+ head race of 25 entries. The varsity 2X of Latoya Watkins and Sarah Greenwald finished out the day with a fifth place finish. Also at the Fifth Manny Flick Regatta. Shipley boys' lightweight 4+ (stroked by senior Kit Norris) kept an iron grip on 1st throughout their race, despite a relatively low stroke rating and an impressive sprint by Bonner near the finish line. The boat finished first in 5:01.96 in its own heat, as well as second out of all three lightweight 4+ heats. Senior Jeff Ford, the varsity single, put in a valiant effort, finishing sixth in his heat and improving over his previous time with a 6:35.74. In only their second race to date, the Shipley boys' novice 8+ (stroked by freshman Marc Molta) achieved a 10th place out of 17 (5:25.65). The boys' JV 4+ (stroked by junior Travis Rosenbluth) reported a very technically sound Head Race and strong finish at third of 20 at 5:04.88. The boys' JV quad (stroked by junior Christian Wedgwood) finished off the boys' races with a fairly close Head Race of its own, finishing eighth of 12 at 5:07.73, a mere 18 seconds away nike outlet s from first. The Shipley girls' novice boats shone in the Fifth Manny Flick, with both their double and 4+ boats securing first place positions. The girls' novice double (freshmen Piper Majors and Allison Henry) finished in first at 6:49.47. The next day, Conestoga knocked off Central League rival Lower Merion, 3 1. Julian Anapolsky pitched six strong innings. Anapolsky gave up five hits and struck out nine, before Greg Andersson pitched a scoreless seventh for the save. Griffin Stewart had a double, triple, RBI and run scored. In its third game in three days, Conestoga nipped Coatesville, 3 2, Saturday in non league action. Conestoga (6 3, 6 3) scored all of its runs in the third inning as Brian nike outlet $5 off coupon Cizek delivered a two out, bases loaded double. Cizek finished with two hits and saw action on the mound in relief.