Week Of September 17th, 2018
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Boys Soccer started the week at Owen J. Roberts. The Wildcats proved too tough for the Panthers, who dropped the match 4-0. On Wednesday, the boys weathered the rain and adversity at Phoenixville. Unfortunately, the Panthers could not pull out a win losing 4-0. The boys closed the week on Saturday at Berks Catholic. They were unable to recover after a PK goal put Berks up 1-0. To read full game break downs click the following links; PJP vs. Phoenixville and PJP vs. Berks Catholic...

Girls Soccer started the week with a change of venue playing at Owen J. Roberts. The Wildcats outlasted the Panthers 4-0. The girls rebounded with a 2-1 win over the Phantoms. Julia Hull and Steph Marninelli scored for the Panthers, while Lauren Luciani provided both assists. To see full game break down click the following links; PJP vs. Owen J. Roberts and PJP vs. Phoenixville...

Boys Cross Country opened their official season on Wednesday 9/12 at Pottsgrove. The boys handled Pottsgrove 20-36. The Panthers top finisher was Jack Phillips with a time of 18:11 followed by Jack Brosius with a time of 18:20. PJP also had the number three finisher which was Kaden Buchler with a time of 18:26. To see full list of finishers click the following link; PJP vs. Pottsgrove. The boys competed at the Harrier Invitational on Saturday. The boys team finished third overall...

Girls Cross Country also opened their season at Pottsgrove on Wednesday. The girls downed Pottsgrove 20-35. PJP had six finishers in the top 7. Gianna Cagliola was PJP's top finisher with a time of 22:29. She was followed by Natalie Florig , Katy Todd , Claudia Dolan , and Tess Crossan . To see the full times and finisher click the following link; PJP vs. Pottsgrove. The girls competed at the Harrier Invitational on Saturday. The girls finished 2nd overall as a team...

Girls Tennis played PV on Tuesday 9/11. The Panthers faced a tough Viking squad. The Panthers fell 7-0. The team traveled to the other side of Upper Providence township to face off against Spring-Ford on Thursday. The Panthers faced a tough Rams squad that downed PJP 7-0. To see the full score break down click the following link PJP vs PV and PJP vs. Spring-Ford...

Golf defeated Upper Merion on Tuesday 207-237. Vince Tulli led the Panthers shooting 39. While Ethan Slover (41), Ben Grimm (42), Paul Brady (42), and Jason Teefy (43) led the way. On Thursday Golf faced off against Pottsgrove and came out victorious. The Panthers downed the Falcons 202-212. Jack Hersey (38) and Paul Brady (38) were leaders for the team. PJP vs. Pottsgrove...

Field Hockey traveled to Owen J. Roberts on Wednesday 9/12. The Panthers couldn't fight off the Wildcats dropping the game 12-0. Chicy Escudero had 11 saves in the loss. Read full game stories at the following links; PJP vs. Owen J. Roberts...

Volleyball is looking to bounce back after a tough week. The Panthers dropped their match on Tuesday to Spring-Ford 3-1. In a rematch of the PAC Championship last year the Panther faced off with Upper Merion. The Panthers couldn't shake off the Vikings at home dropping the match 3-1...

Football continues to roll after beating Schuylkill Valley 42-12 on Saturday. The Panthers were able to score on their first three possession of the game. Kamal Gray connected with Justin Kormos , Steve Skarbek , CJ McCafferty , and AJ Natale on touchdown passes. Gray also ran for one touchdown and 2 point conversion of his own. Defensively the Panthers got their first sack of the year by Brandon Snyder , and Steve Skarbek added an interception to finish SV final drive. To read the full story click on the following link; PJP vs. Schuylkill Valley.
Julia Hull, Sophomore, Girls Soccer
Julia Hull helped the Panthers to a 2-1 victory over Phoenixville last week with a goal in the second half to even the score. The Phantoms have historically proven themselves to be an excellent match up against PJP. The victory provided a crucial boost for the girls soccer team, giving them a 2-1 frontier division record.

Both Boys and Girls Cross Country are hosting their home opener on Thursday 9/20. The boys race starts at 4:00 PM with the girls to follow. The boys and girls are 1-0 so far this season and look to continue winning at home. Both teams have had an excellent showing so far at the Northampton and Harrier Invitationals. Both teams have a shot at the District Title in late October and have their sights set on States. The best viewing area is on the drive behind the baseball field where you can catch the start and finish. Please come out to support the cross country team!!
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Don't forget to sign your son or daughter up for the Simon's Heart-Protect This Heart free heart screening. The screening is meant for teenagers between the ages of 12-19. Every student will receive a ECG and learn the basics of CPR. There will be cardiologists on site evaluating all ECG and referring students for echocardiogram if needed. To sign up for the event please visit to register for the event.
Upcoming Fundraiser: Dine and Donate at Panera
September 19th!

This school year, the PJPAC will be supporting each student-athlete through the following priorities:

Team Building ($15.00 per student-athlete) - Each team will have the opportunity to host a team building event during the season, the PJPAC will cover the cost of this event!

Senior Recognition - The PJPAC will provide a 3' x 2' fabric poster and reimbursement for senior flowers.

Senior Gift ($30.00 per senior) Each senior will receive a gift at the Paulie's Athlete Banquet in May!

State Qualifier Lunch (Wawa Shorti Coupon) The PJPAC will provide a wawa shorti coupon for each team member who travels to states.

One of the main revenue generators for the PJPAC is the concession stand! Please consider volunteering for a home event by clicking on the link below.
Save the Date for PJP's 1st Annual Oktoberfest being held on Friday October 19th. The event will be held in PJP's main gym and will feature live music, beer and wine, and some German cuisine. This event will also help the older alumni, families and community kick off Homecoming. All attendees must be over 21.
Monday, September 17th
3:45 PM Field Hockey away at Pottstown
3:45 PM JV Football away at Twin Valley
4:00 PM Boys Soccer away at Pottstown (@ The Hill School)
4:00 PM Girls Soccer HOME vs. Pottstown
7:00 PM Volleyball HOME vs. Methacton

Tuesday, September 18th
3:00 PM JV Golf away at Upper Perkiomen (Macoby Run GC)
3:00 PM Varsity Golf away at Boyertown (Hickory Valley GC)
3:30 PM Girls Tennis HOME vs Boyertown
4:00 PM Boys Soccer HOME vs. Phoenixville

Wednesday, September 19th
3:30 PM Girls Tennis HOME vs. Pottsgrove
3:45 PM Field Hockey away at Bishop Shanahan
4:00 PM Girls Soccer HOME vs. Marple Newtown
7:00 PM Volleyball HOME vs. Berks Catholic

Thursday, September 20th
3:00 PM Varsity Golf HOME vs. Upper Perkiomen (Gilbertsville GC)
3:00 PM JV Golf HOME vs. Pottsgrove (Gilbertsville GC)
3:30 PM Girls Tennis away at Upper Merion
3:45 PM Boys Soccer away at Norristown
4:00 PM Cross Country HOME vs. Phoenixville
4:00 PM Girls Soccer HOME vs. Norristown
7:00 PM Volleyball away at. Upper Merion

Friday, September 21st
3:45 PM Field Hockey away at Norristown

Saturday, September 22nd
9:00 AM Cross Country away at PIAA Foundation Invite (Hershey)
12:30 PM Field Hockey away at Marple Newtown
1:00 PM Football HOME vs. Upper Perkiomen
Prayer Service and Parent Meeting for Winter Sports is Thursday, November 15th
First Day of Winter Sports is Friday, November 16th

Wrestling: Wrestling will be holding an interest meeting on Tuesday, September 18th at 6:30 PM in the student commons. All students interested in wrestling this winter are invited to attend. Parents are also welcome to attend the meeting. 

Swimming: There will be a meeting for all currently PJP students interested in Swimming on Wednesday, September 26th in the student commons at 7:30 PM.