PHILADELPHIA — The Germantown Academy girls soccer team took the field against Penn Charter trying to get revenge from 3-1 loss to the Quakers earlier this year. However, things did not go according to plan.
The Quakers of Penn Charter were able to down Germantown Academy, 4-0, in a physical match when the two teams met on Nov. 11.
Before any scoring started, the Patriots took the opportunity to honor one of their seniors who was not able to play.
Rachel Villari ’18 was injured earlier in the season and while she took part in all of the regular pre-game festivities with the rest of the seniors, she was too injured to play. To start off the game, GA put Villari on the field for the opening kick, let her pass the ball to one of her teammates and then subbed her off.
After that, the game rolled on as usual.
Penn Charter was able to score twice in the first half, capitalizing on two free kicks.
The Patriots also had a few opportunities on set pieces, but were unable to find the back of the net.
In the second half, the Quakers secured their win, as they were able to produce two more goals.