CHSAA Playoffs Continue


CHSAA Class AA Archdiocesan Playoffs


Cardinal Hayes 58, St. Peter’s 41

Archbishop Stepinac 99, Mount St. Michael 62

Msgr. Scanlan 78, Iona Prep 69


Archbishop Stepinac 68, Cardinal Hayes 63

St. Raymond 69, Msgr. Scanlan 67


Archbishop Stepinac 73, St. Raymond 68

CHSAA Playoffs

AA Division

Mount St. Michael 70, Holy Cross 69

Second round

Msgr. Scanlan 66, Christ the King 63

Cardinal Hayes 60, Mount St. Michael 47

Iona Prep 61, Bishop Loughlin 47

Archbishop Molloy def. St. Peter’s


St. Raymond 82, Archbishop Molloy 54

Msgr. Scanlan 73, St. Francis Prep 68

Friday, March 13 at Mount St. Michael

NY No. 5 Iona Prep vs. NY No. 1 Archbishop Stepinac, 4 p.m.

NY No. 3 Cardinal Hayes vs. BQ No. 2 Xaverian, 5:45 p.m.

A Division

First round

Cardinal Spellman 32, Nazareth 30

All Hallows 62, St. Joseph by-the-Sea 55


Msgr. Farrell 70, All Hallows 45

Fordham Prep 57, Msgr. McClancy 53

St. Edmund 72,  Cardinal Spellman 46

LaSalle 57,  Xavier 42


St. Edmund 55, La Salle 52

Fordham Prep 58, Msgr. Farrell 56


Fordham Prep 60, St. Edmund 49

B Division


Regis 62, Moore Catholic 46

Sacred Heart 64, Cathedral Prep 52

St. John’s Prep 90, Cristo Rey 85

Salesian def. Kennedy Catholic


Salesian 72, St. John’s Prep 57

Regis 53, Sacred Heart 46


Salesian 57, Regis 51


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.


Championship Rematch

Archbishop Stepinac and Christ the King high schools will meet in Queens on Thursday in a rematch of the last two CHSAA AA boys basketball championship games. Tipoff is 5:30 p.m.

Stepinac beat Christ the King for the 2018 championship and Christ the King returned the favor in 2019.

Stepinac is ranked 18th in this week’s Class AA poll from the New York State Sportswriters Association. Christ the King is 30th.

Both teams will be back in action on Friday as Stepinac hosts Mount St. Michael Academy at 7:30 p.m. and Christ the King plays 5:30 p.m. at Archbishop Molloy.


Santos Earns Tryout for Team USA

Mount St. Michael Academy pitcher Alex Santos earned the opportunity to try out for Team USA’s U18 team that will compete in the World Cup in South Korea.

Santos is one of 40 players heading to Los Angeles for the tryout in August. Twenty players will be chosen for the World Cup team.

Click here to read Santos’ story from this week’s Catholic New York.

PHOTO: Alex Santos stands with former Yankees captain Derek Jeter at a camp held at IMG Academy in Florida June 13-July 4.



Santos Participating in Elite League

Mount St. Michael Academy junior Alex Santos begins three weeks on June 13 at the inaugural Prospect Development Pipeline League at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

He’ll be participating with 80 of the top high school juniors in the country.

Click here to read about Santos and his opportunity to perform in front of coaches representing Major League Baseball and USA Baseball.


Cardinal Hayes’ Toussaint Named Class AA State Player of the Year

Cardinal Hayes High School senior Joe Toussaint was named the Class AA State Co-Player of the Year with Long Island Lutheran’s Andrew Curbelo by the New York State Sportswriters Association.

Toussaint averaged 20.2 points per game for Cardinal Hayes.

Listed below are state honorees from Catholic high schools in the archdiocese:


R.J. Davis, Archbishop Stepinac, first team; Gary Grant, St. Raymond, second team; Chris Clancy, St. Peter’s, third team; Mike Green, Mount St. Michael, third team; Jaylen Muyrray, Cardinal Hayes, fourth team; Matthew Mayers, Msgr. Scanlan, sixth team; Liam Murphy, St. Peter’s, ninth team; Kobe Brea, Msgr. Scanlan, 10th team; Adrian Griffin, Archbishop Stepinac, 10th team


Nick Johnson, All Hallows, first teamAnthony Clemenza, Msgr. Farrell, fourth team; Josiah Chandler, La Salle Academy, eighth team; Cameron McGrath, Albertus Magnus, 12th team


Joe Manfredi, Regis, third team