"Pink" fundraiser hits home for SCH field hockey

For the girls on the Springside Chestnut Hill Academy field hockey team, last Thursday's Breast Cancer Awareness Month event meant a lot more than simply donning pink knee socks for their game against visiting Agnes Irwin. Gretta Ehret, Wyndmoor native, Penn Charter graduate, and sister of SCH head coach Emilee Ehret, talked to the Blue Devils about her own personal experiences dealing with the disease, and also its impact on women in general.

SCH girls soccer survives scare, stays unbeaten

The girls on the Springside Chestnut Hill Academy soccer team continued their march through the Inter-Ac League last week, finishing out the first round of games October 12 with a 3-0 victory over previously undefeated Academy of Notre Dame, and then starting the second half of league play with another home field victory, overwhelming the Owls of Agnes Irwin School, 7-0, on Thursday afternoon, October 14.

Late goal allows Episcopal to edge GA girls' soccer

Playing at home in Germantown Academy's Carey Stadium last Friday, the Patriots' girls' soccer team launched into their second round of games within the Inter-Ac League.

Mount St. Joe sticksters take the shine off Jems

Attacking from the outset, host Mount St. Joseph Academy rolled to a 10-1 victory over Villa Joseph Marie Academy (Holland, PA) the  afternoon of October 11.

Mount Tennis is unbeaten league champ once more

October 6, the Mounties earned their seventh consecutive AACA title, remaining undefeated with a 4-1 victory over visiting Villa Joseph Marie.

Late goal lifts SCH soccer over Penn Charter

The outcome of the October 5th Inter-Ac League soccer opener between Springside Chestnut Hill Academy and visiting Penn Charter was decided, almost literally, at the last second.

Blue Devils volleyball chomps Gators, 3-0

Last Monday's victory raised the Blue Devils' record to 3-5 overall. The victories recorded by the locals have all come against non-league opponents; SCH has not fared as well within the Inter-Ac.
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Mount St. Joseph Academy's soccer team moved up to the .500 mark last Monday, getting back to 4-4 overall by completing a season sweep of Merion Mercy Academy.
Good things came in threes for the girls of Springside Chestnut Hill Academy last Friday, when the varsity field hockey, soccer, and tennis teams all hosted rivals from Penn Charter.
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On August 5, Chestnut Hill won a quarterfinal contest for the first time, putting up a 72-64 victory against a fourth-seeded Sky Blue squad consisting of players from Holy Family University.
In last Tuesday's Inter-Ac cross country dual meet at Germantown Academy, the individual winner was one of the girls from Springside Chestnut Hill Academy, but the host GA Patriots claimed the next …
In their Athletic Association of Catholic Academies opener last Wednesday, the Magic of Mount St. Joseph Academy captured the first four places and also positioned two other runners in the top nine to easily over come a pair of league rivals.
Charlotte Hodgson of Penn Charter School has been named to the 2021 USA Select U18 team, chosen as one of 22 of the nation’s top high school girls’ lacrosse players.
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Last Tuesday the tennis team at Mount St. Joseph Academy officially began its quest to capture a seventh straight Athletic Association of Catholic Academies championship.
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Last Friday, The Hunt for Red October ended at Germantown Academy. This wasn't a tale about underseas nuclear adversaries, but one involving two schools whose primary team color is red, and who met on the field hockey turf at GA on October 1.
In the first few weeks of September, Penn Charter's field hockey team has been dominating the Friends Schools League. While a Quaker school, PC actually belongs to the Inter-Ac League, but in non-league matches prior to the start of league play, the Quakers have defeated three FSL teams in a row.
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Mount golf marches to another league championship

Last Wednesday at Honeybrook Golf Club, the Mount won the AACA championship for the 19th year in a row.