Varsity AA Baseball Playoffs

Monday, May 30

Elimination Bracket

Kennedy Catholic 7, Fordham Prep 2

St. Peter’s 10, Molloy 7

McClancy 12, Stepinac 8

All Hallows 4, Regis 2

Wednesday, June 1

Winners Bracket

Iona Prep 4, Xaverian 3

Msgr. Farrell 4, St. Joseph by-the-Sea 3

Elimination Bracket

All Hallows 8, St. Peter’s 4

Kennedy Catholic 12, McClancy 2

Sunday, June 5

Winners Bracket

Msgr. Farrell 6, Iona Prep 2

Elimination Bracket

Kennedy Catholic 9, Xaverian 0

All Hallows 2, St. Joseph by-the-Sea 1

Monday, June 6

Elimination Game

Kennedy Catholic 2, All Hallows 1

Tuesday, June 7

Elimination game

Iona Prep 5, Kennedy Catholic 0

Wednesday, June 8

Championship round

Iona Prep 5, Msgr. Farrell 1

Friday, June 10

Championship round

Iona Prep 3, Msgr. Farrell 2

CHSAA Hall of Fame Induction Dinner Set for May 26 at Inwood

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 pigottk@fordham.org for more information.

CHSAA Playoffs

Boys Basketball Playoffs

AA Division

First Round

Holy Cross 71, St. Peter’s 70

Second Round

Christ the King 66, Mount St. Michael 59

Molloy 71, Iona Prep 61

St. Raymond 67, Xaverian 59

Holy Cross 72, Msgr. Scanlan 66

Quarterfinals

St. Francis Prep 66, Molloy 50

Stepinac 86, St. Raymond 51

Cardinal Hayes 70, Christ the King 47

Bishop Loughlin 77, Holy Cross 61

Semifinals

Stepinac 73, Bishop Loughlin 57

Cardinal Hayes 73, St. Francis Prep 62

Final

Friday, March 11

MY No.2 Cardinal Hayes vs. No. 1 Stepinac, at Hofstra University, 8 p.m.

A Division

First Round

St. Edmund 58, Cardinal Spellman 50

All Hallows 49, Xavier 38

McClancy 58, LaSalle 52

Quarterfinals 

Nazareth 45, McClancy 39

Msgr. Farrell 42, St. Edmund 39

Fordham Prep 73, All Hallows 36

St. Joseph by-the-Sea 83, Salesian 59

Semifinals

Tuesday, March 1

at Molloy

Nazareth 52, Msgr. Farrell 47

Fordham prep 66, St Joseph 55

Final

Fordham Prep 42, Nazareth 38

B Division

First Round

Kennedy Catholic 78, Moore Catholic 61

Cristo Rey Brooklyn 46, Sacred Heart 39

St. John’s Prep 60, Regis 50

Semifinals

St. John’s Prep 66, Cristo Rey Brooklyn 60

Cathedral Prep 63, Kennedy Catholic 60

Final

Cathedral Prep 77, St. John’s Prep 64

PHOTO BY MARY DIBIASE BLAICH

Adams Places 7th at State Meet

Msgr. Farrell High School’s Mike Adams finished seventh at 118 pounds in Division I to lead Catholic high school wrestlers from the archdiocese at the New York State Wrestling Championships held Friday and Saturday at the MVP Center in Albany.

Adams, the fourth seed, decisioned third seed Michael Santore of Shaker, 2-0, in the seventh-place match.

Adams started the weekend with a first-round bye and second-round win by 10-1 decision over Ryan Massengale of Horseheads before dropping his quarterfinal match by a 2-0 decision to fifth seed Joseph Clem of Wantagh.

Seven Wrestlers Off to State Meet

Seven Catholic high school wrestlers from the archdiocese will be competing in the New York State Wrestling Championships on Friday and Saturday at MVP Arena in Albany.

The action begins at 9:30 a.m. each day with the opening ceremony on Friday and semifinal matches on Saturday.

The five Division I wrestlers competing with weight class, school, year in school and record are: Mike Adams, 118 pounds, Msgr. Farrell, Senior, 34-1; Kevin McCarvill, 126, Iona Prep, Junior, 27-9; Eric Grant, 138, Iona Prep, Sophomore, 29-2; Sean Degl, Iona Prep, Junior, 33-7; and Max Watson, 152, Iona Prep, Junior, 28-2.

The two Division II wrestlers competing with weight class, school, year in school and record are: Jackson Wainwright, 126, Our Lady of Lourdes, Senior, 27-3; and Charles Batista, 285, Our Lady of Lourdes, 21-7.

Adams, seeded fourth, is the highest seed among the Catholic high school wrestlers from the archdiocese.

Hayes Remains No. 2

The Cardinal Hayes High School boys basketball remains at No. 2 in the New York State Sportswriters Association Class AA poll for a second consecutive week,

The Cardinals were No. 1 until losing to Archbishop Stepinac, 67-56, on Jan. 28, and lost, 61-56, the following week to the state’s current No. 1 Class team, St. Francis Prep.

Stepinac is fourth in the state Class AA poll.

Cardinal Hayes and Stepinac are 18th and 19th, respectively, in the MaxPreps national poll.

In Class A, Msgr. Farrell is 14th.

In girls basketball, The Ursuline School is eighth in Class AA, and St. Joseph by-the-Sea is ninth for a second consecutive week in Class A after being the No. 1 team for several weeks.

Hayes Still No. 1 in New State Poll

Cardinal Hayes High School remains atop the New York State Sportswriters Association Class AA boys basketball poll with Archbishop Stepinac now at No. 8.

Cardinal Hayes also is still No. 6 in the MaxPreps national poll.

In Class A, Fordham Prep is a new member of the state poll, joining at No. 10. Msgr. Farrell is 15th.

In the Class AA girls basketball poll, The Ursuline School and Msgr. Scanlan are 12th and 14th, respectively.

St. Joseph by-the-Sea remains No. 1 in the Class A girls basketball poll.

Cardinal Hayes Remains No. 1

The Cardinal Hayes High School boys basketball team improved to 12-0 and remained the state’s top team in the Class AA poll released Tuesday by the New York State Sportswriters Association.

Archbishop Stepinac is fourth, and Mount St. Mary is 12th.

In Class A, Msgr. Farrell is ranked second.

In the girls basketball state polls, The Ursuline School is 12th in Class AA, followed by Msgr. Scanlan at 14.

St. Joseph by-the-Sea is still No. 1 in Class A.

Hayes, Stepinac Still in National Poll

Cardinal Hayes and Archbishop Stepinac high schools continue to be the top boys basketball programs in the state and among the nation’s top teams.

Cardinal Hayes is ranked first in this week’s state Class AA poll compiled by the New York State Sportswriters Association and is 10th in the Max Preps national poll. Stepinac is third in the state poll and 18th in the national poll. Mount St. Michael Academy is 12th in the state poll.

In Class A, Msgr. Farrell is second in the 

Cardinal Hayes’ Ian Jackson, a 6-foot-5 small forward, is the nation’s sixth-best sophomore, according to ESPN. Stepinac’s Johnuel Fland, a 6-foot-2 point guard, is 14th in the same list of top sophomores.

In this week’s girls basketball state poll, The Ursuline School is third in the Class AA poll. Msgr. Scanlan and Our Lady of Lourdes are 18th and 29th, respectively.

St. Joseph by-the-Sea is No. 1 in the Class A poll.