Manhertz Looking for 1st Reception

Cardinal Spellman High School graduate Chris Manhertz is still looking for his first pass reception of the season when his Carolina Panthers play the New England Patriots on the road this Sunday.

Manhertz, who played collegiate basketball at Canisius College in Buffalo, is in his second season with the Panthers.

 

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CYO Cross Country Events Set

CYO New York has two upcoming cross country runs scheduled over four days.

The CYO Fall Foliage Classic will be held Thursday at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx. The first race, featuring runners in grades 6-8, is at 4:15 p.m., followed by run for children in K-2 at 4:17 p.m. and runners in grades 3-5 at 4:27 p.m.

The CYO Villa Maria Invitational is scheduled for Sunday at Villa Maria Academy in the Bronx (K-2 at 1 p.m., grades 3-5 at 1:15 p.m. and grades 6-8 at 1:30 p.m.).

Click here to see results of last Saturday’s CYO Indian Summer races.

 

Five Football Unbeatens

There are five unbeaten football teams in the Catholic High School Football League of Metropolitan New York through the first three weeks of the season.

In AAA League, Archbishop Stepinac and Msgr. Farrell are 3-0. Cardinal Hayes is 2-0.

In AA League, Fordham Prep and Kellenberg are 3-0.

Click here to see the scoreboard with results and upcoming games.

Click here for the standings.

 

Fordham Prep, Holy Cross Meeting in AA League Battle for First Place

Fordham Prep and Holy Cross are playing Saturday at Fordham University in a battle of unbeaten teams in the Catholic High School Football League of Metropolitan New York’s AA League standings.

Fordham Prep and Holy Cross are both 2-0 and share first place with Kellenberg Memorial, which opposes St. John the Baptist on Saturday night.

Click here for the complete schedule and results.

Click here for the updated standings.

Baseball Miracles Going to Argentina

Baseball Miracles is sending 12 volunteers to Buenos Aires, Argentina, in November to conduct a two-day baseball clinic in a partnership with Federacion de Beisbol-Argentina.

“The team at the Federacion de Beisbol has been fantastic to work with,” Baseball Miracles Founder John Tumminia, a parishioner at St. Mary’s in Marlboro and a longtime scout for the Chicago White Sox, said in a press release. “Their dedication to a successful visit from our team has made our passion and excitement for this trip grow more and more each day. The children in the community will undoubtedly have the support they need once we leave to continue their exploration of baseball.”

Baseball Miracles has been collecting baseball equipment from all regions of the country over the past year for this trip. Each child at the clinic will receive a glove and baseball.

Click here to learn more about Baseball Miracles.