A big week continues at Iona Prep.
On Tuesday, the Gaels won the Catholic high school state boys lacrosse championship, and now the baseball team is in the CHSAA playoffs.
Iona Prep is ranked second in the New York State Sportswriters Association Class AA poll and first among the CHSAA programs in the poll.
The Gaels are playing Fordham Prep today in the CHSAA winners’ bracket final at St. John’s University.
The 2019 CHSAA Hall of Fame Induction Dinner and Golf Outing recognized the Class of 2019 at Inwood Country Club in Queens May 30.
The inductees were Lou Baldassano, Msgr. Farrell; Bob McLaughlin, Fordham Prep; Paul Thomas, Archbishop Stepinac, Mount St. Michael; Kevin Piggott, Fordham Prep, All Hallows, CHSAA; Tim Dearie, St. Anthony’s; Todd Jamison, Nazareth; Chris Hardardt, Holy Trinity, Christ the King, CHSFL; and Bob Lowenberg, Msgr. McClancy, Archbishop Molloy.
Iona Preparatory School defeated St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute of Buffalo, 11-8, in New Rochelle on Tuesday for the program’s first state title since 2015 and fourth overall.
Stephen Krug stopped 10 shots in goal, stopping four 1 v 1 opportunities, to earn most valuable player honors for the Gaels (17-4).
CYO New York is offering discounted entry tickets for Hersheypark.
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CYO Staten Island is presenting the Dr. Theodore A. Atlas Memorial CYO Grammar School Junior Golf Tournament at Silver Lake Golf Course on Thursday, June 27 at 8:15 a.m.
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Registration is open to enter the CYO New York Track and Field Championships scheduled for June 9 at Icahn Stadium on Randalls Island in Manhattan.
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The New York State Sportswriters Association recognized Catholic high school girls basketball athletes from the archdiocese as all-state honorees on Tuesday.
The honorees are:
Kateri Poole, Msgr. Scanlan, second team; Ava Learn, Our Lady of Lourdes, 6th team; Paulina Paris, Albertus Magnus, 8th team; Alexa Mustafaj, Ursuline, 12th team; Tanasha Mills, Albertus Magnus, 12th team; Kaylen Banwareesingh, Msgr. Scanlan, 13th team
Jada Rogers, Cardinal Spellman, 4th team; Catherine Finnerty, Msgr. McClancy, 6th team; Gianna Samuels, Notre Dame Academy, 10th team; Brittany Stenz, McClancy, 12th team; Lauren DeMartino, St. Joseph Hill, 13th team
Kyra Villegas, Aquinas, 2nd team
The New York State Sportswriters Association released this week’s high school state rankings for softball, boys lacrosse and girls lacrosse.
Here is how the archdiocese schools in the CHSAA fared:
SOFTBALL — Moore Catholic, third in Class AA poll
BOYS LACROSSE — Iona Prep, 18th in Class A poll
Connor O’Reilly netted a hat trick and Jack McInerney added two goals as John F. Kennedy Catholic High School claimed a fifth consecutive CHSAA City Championship with a 7-5 win over Msgr. Farrell on Staten Island Friday.
Wyatt Rumpf was 12-3 on faceoffs, and Brendan Sullivan made 12 saves for Kennedy Catholic.
John F. Kennedy Catholic High School suffered an 8-4 loss to Holy Trinity in the CHSAA state girls lacrosse Class A final in Hicksville Sunday.
Kennedy Catholic reached the final by beating Mount St. Mary Academy of Buffalo Saturday.
The Gaels qualified for the state tournament by beating St. Joseph by-the-Sea for the archdiocesan championship.