CHSAA Hall of Fame Golf Outing, Dinner Scheduled for May 21

The CHSAA’s 35th Annual Golf Outing and Hall of Fame Dinner will welcome the Class of 2020 on Thursday, May 21 at Inwood Country Club in Inwood.

The day includes Mass, brunch, golf, cocktails and the induction dinner.

The golf outing, which has a limited number of openings, is open to all coaches and friends of the CHSAA.

The Hall of Fame inductions will take place at the dinner. The Class of 2020 includes Kenny Anderson, Archbishop Molloy; Dan Anderson, basketball official; Andre Anselme, Power, St. Raymond, Regis, CHSAA; Edward Blackburn, St. Peter’s; Frank Gambino, Archbishop Molloy, Monsignor Scanlan; Tom Konchalski, Archbishop Molloy, HSBI Report; Daniel McBride, St. Anthony’s; and Richard Potter, Moore Catholic, Monsignor Farrell.

Tickets for the outing and dinner may be purchased by calling (347) 334-1243 or emailing


Bernie Williams Performing at Sheen

An Intimate Evening with Bernie Williams will be presented at The Sheen Center for Thought & Culture in Manhattan on Saturday, March 7 at 8 p.m.

The former Yankees outfielder, who received a Latin Grammy nomination for “Moving Forward,” played on four World Series championship teams with the Yankees before changing careers full time to music.

Tickets range from $45 to $65. A $95 VIP ticket includes a meet and greet with Williams before the show.

Click here to learn more about the show and purchase tickets.

Hayes Wins Intersectional

The Cardinal Hayes boys captured first place in the CHSAA Intersectional at Ocean Breeze on Staten Island.

Cardinal Hayes finished with 35 points, followed by Iona Prep with 27 points.

Cardinal Hayes won the 800-meter and 1,600 relays, and also received first-place finishes from Travis Williams in the 55, 6.49 seconds, and Tavon Williams in the 300, 34.21 seconds.

Iona Prep’s Pedro Bravo took first place in the 1,600, 4:21.07, and 3,200, 9:23.13.

Other winners from the archdiocese included Archbishop Stepinac’s Nazir Hibbert, high jump, 6-4; Msgr. Farrell’s Anthony Zopich, long jump, 22-5.5; Fordham Prep’s Miguel Negrete, pole vault, 14-0; and Mount St. Michael’s Anthony Wakefield Jr., shot put, 45-8.75.

The Notre Dame Academy girls placed fourth overall behind wins by Sierra Dinneen in the 1,000, 2:56.51, and 1,500, 4:47.58.

Brigid McCabe of Notre Dame of Manhattan was first in the 3,000, 10:21.20, and Msgr. Scanlan’s Hannah Gadpaille sprinted to victory in the 55, 7.35.


Updated State Basketball Rankings

Here is how Catholic high schools in the archdiocese fared in this week’s New York State Sportswriters Association basketball polls:

Boys basketball

Class AA: 5-St. Raymond, 10-Cardinal Hayes, 21-Msgr. Scanlan, 22-Archbishop Stepinac. Class B: 18-Salesian.

Girls basketball

Class AA: 3-Ursuline, 11-Albertus Magnus. Class A: 8-Moore Catholic.

Siegrist Wins 10th Freshman Honor

Our Lady of Lourdes High School graduate Maddy Siegrist tied a conference record when she received Big East Women’s Basketball Freshman of the Week honors for the 10th time this season.

Winning the rookie honor for a 10th time ties Siegrist for the conference record with Connecticut’s Maya Moore (2007-2008) and Georgetown’s Natalie Butler (2013-2014).

The Villanova University freshman averaged 21 points and 7.5 rebounds in games against Xavier and Butler.

Siegrist leads the Big East with her 20.2 points per game.  In conference games, she’s third with 18.3 points per game and second with 9.2 rebounds per contest.

Villanova is seventh in the Big East standings with a 13-11 overall record and 7-6 conference mark.  The Wildcats play Sunday at Georgetown.


Bernie Williams Show Postponed

Former New York Yankees great Bernie Williams is ill and his show scheduled for tonight at the Sheen Center for Thought & Culture has been postponed.

Williams and the Sheen Center are working out the details to reschedule the show.

Individuals with tickets may request a refund now or hold their tickets until the show is rescheduled. When the show is rescheduled, individuals with tickets can choose to attend the show or ask for a refund.

Click here to learn more.

Updated State Basketball Rankings

Here is how the Catholic high schools in the archdiocese fared in this week’s state basketball rankings from the New York State Sportswriters Association:


Class AA: 8-St. Raymond, 19-Cardinal Hayes, 22-Archbishop Stepinac, 26-Iona Prep. Class A: 12-Msgr. Farrell. Class B: 21-Salesian.


Class AA: 4-Ursuline, 14-Albertus Magnus, 23-Our Lady of Lourdes. Class A: 10-Moore Catholic.