DeRosa, Garcia Triumph

Joseph DeRosa fired a 42 to capture the boys individual title and lead St. Patrick’s to the School/Parish Team Championship at the Dr. Theodore A. Atlas Memorial CYO Grammar School Junior Golf Tournament held at Silver Lake Golf Course on Staten Island.

Lauren Neuhaus, Frank Bruno, Colin Last and Jake Morri joined DeRosa on St. Patrick’s winning team.

Abigail Garcia of Sacred Heart shot a 35 to capture the girls championship.

PHOTO COURTESY OF CYO STATEN ISLAND

Westchester Putnam CYO Golf

Westchester Putnam CYO Junior Golf Outing
At Pleasantville Country Club
5-6 Grades:
Conor Carty 46, Joseph Bangali 48, Liam Uhrlass 53, Johanna Hough 57.
7-8 Grades: Matthew Clyman 45, John Canale 48, Tyler Challice 49, Cade Gilligan 52, Dylan McCarthy 54.
High school:  Sarah Brannigan 43, John McCarthy 44,  Quinn Baelis 47, Devin Riebe 53, Ethan Berger 54, Jack Murphy 54, Shane Horigan 57, Ryan Horigan 67.

Santos Assigned to Fayetteville

Mount St. Michael Academy graduate Alex Santos was assigned last week to the Fayetteville Woodpeckers by the Houston Astros.

The 2019 second-round picks of the Astros is 0-1 with a 4.91 earned run average. He’s pitched in two games, one as a starter, and has allowed two earned runs and struck out five in 3 2/3 innings.

COURTESY PHOTO/ALEX SANTOS

Westchester Putnam Tee Times

Here are the tee times for the Westchester Putnam CYO Junior Golf Tournament which takes place Monday at Pleasantville Country Club:

Fifth and Sixth Grade

11 a.m.: Joseph Bangali, 5, Columbus Elementary, Holy Innocents‐Pleasantville; Johanna Hough, 5, Croton Harmon Public School, Holy Name of Mary; David Masterson, 6, Pearl River MS,  St. Aedan’s.

Seventh and Eighth Grade

11:10 a.m.: Dylan Blaney, 7, Pleasantville Middle School, Holy Innocents;   Matthew Clyman, 7, Lakeland Copper Beach, Seton; Conor Carty, 5, Patricia De Chario,  St Barnabas;  Liam Uhrlass, 5, The Chapel School, Saint Joseph’s Bronxville. 11:20 a.m.: Dylan McCarthy, 7, Pleasantville MS, Holy Innocents‐Pleasantville; John Canale, 8, Annunciation School, Annunciation-Our Lady Of Fatima; Tyler Challice, 8, Pleasantville Middle School, Holy Innocents‐Pleasantville; Cade Gilligan, 8, The Harvey School, Saints John and Paul.

High School

11:30 a.m.: Ethan Berger, 9, Pleasantville High School, N/A; Ryan Horigan, 9, Pleasantville High School, Holy Innocents‐Pleasantville; Shane Horigan, 9, Pleasantville High School, Holy Innocents‐Pleasantville. 11:40 a.m.: Quinn Baelis, 10, Archbishop Stepinac,  Saint Augustines, Ossining; John McCarthy, 11, Pleasantville High School, Holy Innocents‐Pleasantville; Sarah Brannigan, 9, Saint Barnabas High School, Saint Paul the Apostle; Devin Riebe, 9, New Rochelle High School, St Pius X.

Mount St. Mary Appoints AD

Drew Brown was named athletic director of Mount St. Mary College in Newburgh and will assume his new role on July 6, the college announced.

Brown comes to Mount St. Mary from Pace University, where he served as associate athletic director for external affairs since 2015. He also served in administrative roles at Mercy College, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Fairfield University and St. Peter’s University.

“I am thrilled and honored to be chosen as the next Director of Athletics at Mount Saint Mary College. I want to thank Dr. Adsit, Vice President Elaine O’Grady, the search committee, the athletics staff and the student-athletes for their confidence in me and for this tremendous opportunity. From the start, I have felt that the family environment and the mission rooted in service and leadership at the Mount was something very special and it will be a privilege to be a part of it,” said Brown in a release from the college.

“Mount Saint Mary College has such a great history and tradition of athletics achievement in competition, in the classroom, and in the community, and in preparing students for life after college. I look forward to working together with our talented coaches and staff to continue to build on the rich experience for Knight student-athletes that Jessica Mushel, her team and all who have come before have developed, and to serving the entire Mount Saint Mary family.”

Brown will oversee the 19 varsity sports at Mount St. Mary, which is an NCAA Division III program that competes in the Skyline Conference.

Banino Leads at Showcase

The Ursuline School’s Daphne Banino won two varsity individual events to lead archdiocesan athletes at the New York State Showcase in Accord June 19.

Banino took first place in the girls 1,500-meter run with a time of 4 minutes, 34.23 seconds and the girls one-mile run in 4:51.29.

Cardinal Hayes’ Travis Williams was the winner of the 100 in 10.62. Cardinal Hayes also won the 400 relay in 41.19.

Archbishop Stepinac’s Eloha-Karmiel Yitzchak won the three freshmen-sophomore races, the 200 hurdles in 23.24, 110 hurdles in 15.62 and the 400 hurdles in 1:00.36.

CYO New York Track Results

The final two weeks of the CYO New York outdoor track and field season will be moving to Iona Prep in New Rochelle on Sunday, June 20 and Sunday, June 27.

Registration is 12:30 p.m. with the first event scheduled for 1 p.m.

Winners from Sunday’s final day of racing at Mount St. Michael Academy in the Bronx were:

GIRLS

100: Kiersten Wilantowicz, grades 5-6, 15.82; Brianna Walters, grades 7-8, 14.44. 200: Zelene Crum-Ewing, kindergarten, 47.82; Cecilia Davis, grades 1-2, 40.80; Keilah Ahearn, grades 3-4, 34.8. 400: Rosanna Joseph, kindergarten, 1:57.90; Cecilia Davis, grades 1-2, 1:37.89; Laura Cronin, grades 3-4, 1:24.64; Olivia Solomon, grades 5-6, 1:11.39; Rosie Palmer, grades 7-8, 1:12.82. 800: Maeve Reilly, grades 3-4, 3:17.56; Olivia Solomon, grades 5-6, 2:46.46; Rosie Palmer, grades 7-8, 2:43.10. 1,600: Cara Mautner, grades 3-4, 7:48.25; Kiera McDonald, grades 5-6, 6:25.01; Josephine Bruno, grades 7-8, 5:48.18.

BOYS

100: Ivan Reyes, grades 5-6, 15.14; Christopher Somersel, grades 7-8, 13.33. 200: Noel Plackatta, kindergarten, 43.69; Donald Jack, grades 1-2, 40.27; Liam Mautner, grades 3-4, 34.93. 400: Noel Plackatta, kindergarten, 1:39.86; Declan Okeefe, grades 1-2, 1:23.75; Max Tinson, grades 3-4, 1:28.42; Ivan Reyes, grades 5-6, 1:13.44; Christopher Somersel, grades 7-8, 1:01.72. 800: Timothy Okeefe, kindergarten, 3:50.40; Jack Michaels, grades 3-4, 3:26.21; Jack Rooney, grades 5-6, 2:51.70; Will Conway, grades 7-8, 2:47.99. 1,600: Liam Mautner, grades 3-4, 6:34.41; Alex Berger, grades 5-6, 6:33.80; Gabriel Kramer, grades 7-8, 5:19.19.

Registration Starts for Golf Event

CYO Staten Island will hold its annual Dr. Theodore A. Atlas Memorial CYO Grammar School Junior Golf Tournament on Monday, June 28 at Silver Lake Golf Course on Staten Island.

Tee times start at noon.

The nine-hole tournament is open for boys and girls in grades six, seven and eight with exceptions being made for fifth graders if a school’s coordinator feels they can make the team. There is a $40 participant fee due by June 11.

Click here to learn more and register.

CYO Track Results

CYO New York will be having its seventh scheduled track and field meet of the outdoor season on Sunday, June 13 at Mount St. Michael Academy in the Bronx.

Registration starts at 12:30 p.m. with the meet to follow at 1 p.m.

The final two meets of the outdoor season will be at Iona Prep in New Rochelle on Sunday, June 20 and Sunday, June 27.

Here are the winners from this past Sunday’s meet at Mount St. Michael:

Boys

100: Andrew Alcide, kindergarten, 22.10; Joel Richards, grades 1-2, 17.63; Liam Mautner, grades 3-4, 16.28. 200: Bryson Lambert, grades 1-2, 42.75; Charlie Mueller, grades 5-6, 32.16; Christopher Somersel, grades 7-8, 28.25. 400: Ethan Wilantowicz, kindergarten, 2:51.80; Joel Richards, grades 1-2, 1:23.92; Raymond Melarczik, grades 3-4, 1:33.80; Liam Uhrlass, grades 5-6, 1:19.95; Christopher Somersel, grades 7-8, 1:04.41. 800: Liam Mautner, grades 3-4, 3:17.80; Jack Rooney, grades 5-6, 2:56.12; Will Conway, grades 7-8, 3:02.20. 1,600: Anthony Miceli, grades 5-6, 6:49.87; Sean Kennedy, grades 7-8, 6:22.90.

Girls

100: Caelan Moriarty, kindergarten, 24.44; Julie Cheatham, grades 1-2, 19.96; Keilah Ahearn, grades 3-4, 16.59. 200: Emilia Plawiak, grades 5-6, 33.95; Brianna Walters, grades 7-8, 30.32. 400: Caelan Moriarty, kindergarten, 2:05.18; Julie Cheatham, grades 1-2, 2:00.86; Keilah Ahearn, grades 3-4, 1:24.66.; Kiera McDonald, grades 7-8, 1:20.85. 800: Margot Christenson, grades 3-4, 3:41.4; Taryn Atkins, grades 5-6, 3:16.89. 1,600: Josephine Bruno, grades 7-8, 6:03.43.