Boys Soccer All-League Teams

The CHSAA released it’s all-league teams for 2020 boys soccer. Here are the honorees:

AA League: Mike Albanese, Msgr. Farrell; Michael Angelaras, St. Francis Prep; Daniel Bono, Xavier; Daniel Brady, Iona Prep; Denis Bravo,  Christ the King; Justin Cartularo, Iona Prep; Brendan Ferguson, Molloy; Tom Fitzgerald, Msgr. Farrell; Seamus Girdusky, Molloy; William Goldschmidt, Xaverian; Joseph Grace, Stepinac; Alex Grodzki, St. Francis Prep; Andrew Hasfal, Fordham Prep; Eamonn Jensen, Regis; Nikolas Kapsalas, Molloy; Sean Keag, Msgr. Farrell; Samuele Lanza, Xavier; Will Lulka, Fordham Prep; Colin Marment, Fordham Prep; Evan Mulgrew, Stepinac; Aidan Murphy, Fordham Prep; Kyle Nicholson, Regis; Luca Nitti, Holy Cross; Rinor Okshe,  Msgr. Farrell; Matt Ragde, Fordham Prep; Nick Ragde, Regis; Miguel Ramirez-Herrer, Msgr. Farrell; Maksim Sadeghi, St. Francis Prep; Angel Salas, St. Francis Prep; Tai Torres, Msgr. Farrell; Carter Tresgallo, Fordham Prep; Matthew Valente, Iona Prep;  Padraic Wedge, Iona Prep

A League: Emiliano Avalos, McClancy; Anthony Brandimarte, St. John’s Prep; Saul Cardozo, McClancy; Luke Corridan, McClancy; Nicholas DiMonda, St. Joseph by the Sea; Paul Duggan, Kennedy Catholic; Luke Gerstner, Kennedy Catholic; Andrew Goenaga, McClancy; Stephen Haney, St. Peter; Matty Kieblesz, McClancy; Rory Lilley, St. Joseph by the Sea; Brendan Liddy, Kennedy Catholic; Eduardo Medina, St. John’s Prep; Liam Mulholland,           Kennedy Catholic; Ciaran O’Connor, Mount St Michael; Matt Riccardi, St. Peter; Luis Suzuchany, St. John’s Prep; Daniel Tapia, Mount St Michael
B League: Julian Abreu, St. Raymond; Antonio Acevedo, St. Raymond; Sebastian Albarran, Bishop Loughlin; Alvaro Alvarez , Sacred Heart; Frank Camastro, Cathedral Prep; Jesus Cano Jr., Cristo Rey Brooklyn; Aldrin Cenebafto, Moore Catholic; Alexander Chen, Cathedral Prep; Sebastian Cherry, Cristo Rey Brooklyn; Conor Crosby, Sacred Heart; Valon Dudus, LaSalle; Kevin Generoso, Sacred Heart; Hugo Huete, Bishop Loughlin; Vlad Kurchuk, Sacred Heart; Kerneil Melius, Cristo Rey Brooklyn; Stefan Morgenstern, Moore Catholic; Carlos Orellana, Cathedral Prep; Javier Pantaleon, Cristo Rey Brooklyn; Aaron Parajon, LaSalle; Marchel Saint-Juste , Cristo Rey Brooklyn; Christopher Santagata, Cathedral Prep; Brandon Verdejo, St. Raymond; Orin Williams, Sacred Heart        

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


Final State Basketball Polls

The New York State Sportswriters Association released its final high school state basketball polls for the 2018-2019 season.

Here is how schools in the archdiocese fared:


Class AA: 9-Stepinac, 10-Cardinal Hayes, 16-St. Raymond, 27-Mount St. Michael

Class A: 7-Msgr. Farrell, 13-Fordham Prep

Class B: 14-Regis


Class AA: 7-Ursuline, 8-Msgr. Scanlan

Class A: 6-Cardinal Spellman, 13-Msgr. McClancy

St. Raymond Still Third in State Poll

St. Raymond is ranked third for a second consecutive week in the New York State Sportswriters Association’s Class AA boys basketball poll.

Long Island Lutheran is No. 1, followed by Brentwood.

Joining St. Raymond as CHSAA archdiocese schools in the state poll are Cardinal Hayes, Class AA, No. 7; Mount St. Michael, Class AA, No. 20; St. Peter’s, Class AA, No. 24; Fordham Prep, Class A, No. 9; Msgr. Farrell, Class A, No. 12; Xavier, Class A, No. 16; and Regis, Class B, No. 25.


Hayes Invitational Set for Jan. 4

Cardinal Hayes High School will be hosting its 24th and final Hayes Invitational at Fordham University in the Bronx at 5 p.m. Jan. 4.

Some 400 athletes have been invited to compete in 26 track and field events.

Catholic and private high schools invited include All Hallows, the Bronx; Archbishop Molloy, Queens; Archbishop Stepinac, White Plains; Cardinal Spellman, the Bronx; Fordham Prep, the Bronx; Iona Prep, New Rochelle; La Salle Academy, Manhattan; Mount St. Michael, the Bronx; Regis, Manhattan; Salesian, New Rochelle; St. Raymond, the Bronx; St. Joseph by-the-Sea, Staten Island; Townsend Harris, Queens; St. Francis Prep, Queens; Hackley, Tarrytown; Collegiate, Manhattan; and Cardinal Hayes, the Bronx.

Contact Michael Cea at 914-965-0926 or


Regis Moves into First Place

The Regis High School boys soccer won at Iona Prep, 2-0, on Thursday to take over sole possession of first place in the Archdiocesan AA Varsity Division.

Regis is 8-2 overall, followed by Msgr. Farrell at 7-2-1. The two teams will meet on Oct. 11 on Randall’s Island.

Click here for complete standings and schedule.



High School Season Approaching

With schools opening next week, it means the 2018 fall high school sports season also is kicking off.

Here are a few things to note:

— Catholic High School Football League of Metropolitan New York starts its season with a full weekend of games Sept. 7-9. Defending state champ Archbishop Stepinac hosts CD East (Pa.) Sept. 8. Click here for the complete schedule.

— Girls volleyball is off when school opens. On Sept. 4, Maria Regina (CHSAA) hosts The Ursuline School (NYSPHSAA) in a non-league battle. Click here to look ahead to some of the big matches.

— In boys soccer, Regis, St. Peter’s and Mount St. Michael Academy are coming off championship seasons.

— In cross country, the Notre Dame Academy girls will be pursuing a fifth consecutive CHSAA intersectional state championship, and Xavier boys will be looking to win a third straight CHSAA intersectional state championship. The 2018 CHSAA intersectional state meet will be Nov. 10 at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx.