Tickets are available for the 2022 CHSAA Hall of Fame Induction Dinner being held May 26 at Inwood Country Club in Inwood.
Cocktails begin at 5 p.m. with dinner being served at 6 p.m.
This year’s inductees are Dan Anderson, CHSAA Basketball Official; Kenny Anderson, Archbishop Molloy; Andre Anselme, CHSAA, Regis, Power Memorial, St. Raymond’s; Edward Blackburn, St. Peter’s; Frank Gambino, Archbishop Molloy, Monsignor Scanlan; Tom Konchalski, Archbishop Molloy; Daniel McBride, St. Anthony’s; Richard Potter, Moore Catholic, Monsignor Farrell.
Cost is $150 per person.
Contact Kevin Pigott at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Archbishop Stepinac High School graduate AJ Griffin finished with 11 points and seven rebounds to help second-seeded Duke defeat third seed Texas Tech, 78-73, in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament in San Francisco on Thursday night.
The Blue Devils used a 7-0 run to take a 73-68 lead with 1 minute, 30 seconds remaining. Griffin, who was 3 for 7 from three-point range, hit two free throws with 12 seconds remaining to give Duke a 77-73 lead.
Griffin injured his left ankle in his team’s second-round win over Michigan State on Sunday. He left the game in the second half, but never returned to the locker room for treatment. He played 37 minutes against Texas Tech.
Duke (31-6 overall) will play fourth seed Arkansas in the West Regional final, Elite Eight, on Saturday night.
PHOTO COURTESY OF DUKE 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.