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In a New Division, Squash is 5th at Nationals

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In Philadelphia at US Squash Nationals: Penny Joseph, Julia Beck, Petra DeRose, Jenna Pantano, Mary Curtin, Maia Dreishpoon, Erin Griffis. Front: Cara DeRose, Rose McDonnell, Brooke Pohlman.

SEM Squash won the Division IV Classic Plate draw at this year’s US SQUASH High School National Championships in Philadelphia, February 2-4.

SEM earned fifth place out of 16 teams in Division IV.  This was SEM’s first year in Division IV where they were moved after winning Division V for the last three years in a row.

 

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