Two of the three Monsignor Martin girls basketball teams in New York City survived Friday’s NYSCHSAA semifinals.
Cardinal O’Hara went on a 17-0 run to start the third quarter in a comeback 52-48 win against St. Anthony’s (L.I.). in Class AA.
Three Cardinal O’Hara players scored in double-digits, led by Kiara Johnson with 11. Tatiana Smith and Nickelle O’Neil each hit…
Section V girls basketball teams historically haven’t had much trouble dispatching its Section VI opposition in the Far West Regionals.
Rochester-area schools come into Saturday’s games at Rush-Henrietta High School leading the all-time series with a record of 103-59. In the last three years, however, Western New York has held its own and is a respectable 8-7.
Nardin’s girls basketball team only knows one speed: fast.
The Gators practiced getting out on the break all week long leading up to the Monsignor Martin Class B championship, and it was on full display Friday night.
With a 49-36 win over No. 2 Park, top-seeded Nardin booked a return trip to New York City next weekend for the New York State Catholic High School Athletic …
By Eric Keppeler
Special to The News
Ainsley Boras scored 21 points to send defending Class B champion Nardin back to the Monsignor Martin Association finals with a 52-26 win over Buffalo Seminary on Sunday at Villa Maria College.
The top-seeded Gators will take on No. 2 Park, which outlasted Christian Central Academy, 42-34, in the other semifinal.
The finals ar…
Canisius and Nardin are heading back from the 2018 HEAD U.S. High School Team Squash Championships in Philadelphia this weekend with national titles.
The sixth-seeded Crusaders upset No. 2 Radnor (Pa.) in Sunday’s tightly-contested final, 4-3, to capture the Division VI crown. Canisius won the Division IV title in 2016.
“It came down to our No. 1 player Allen Tompkin…
By Dave Ricci
Special to the News
Next stop, the state tournament.
Marisa Warren scored the game winner as Nichols beat Nardin, 2-0, in the Class A championship that was part of the Monsignor Martin Athletic Association girls soccer championship double header at the Demske Sports Complex on Saturday.
"Usually I cut outside and this time I decided to cut inside," …
Even while apart, the Orie twins apparently haven't lost their tendency to do things in tandem.
Danielle Orie, a freshman cross country runner at Penn, and Gabrielle, a freshman at Cornell, were both named Female Rookies of the Week by hepstrack.com, a website dedicated to spotlighting track and field athletes and events in the Ivy League.
Danielle, last year's P…
2016 team champions: Lockport (A), East Aurora (B), Newfane (C), Maple Grove (D). Monsignor Martin: Nardin.
2016 underclassmen individual Section VI champions: Class B -- Molly McLaughlin-11 (East Aurora), Class C -- Sonya Krezmien-9 (Springville), Class D -- Abby Gostomski-11 (Cattaragus/Little Valley).
2016 All-WNY first-team underclassmen: Gostomski, McLaughlin, …
2016 team champions: Clarence (ECIC); Sacred Heart (Monsignor Martin).
2016-17 All-Section VI team underclassmen: Melanie Green-9 (Medina, medalist), Elena Lopez-11 (Clarence), Amanda Gaffney-11 (Williamsville East), Brenna Callahan-10 (Clarence), Abbie Stellrecht-8* (Williamsville East), Jersey Phillips-9 (Depew), Sarah Pilliteri-10 (Jamestown).
* - Indicates qualif…
2016 team champions: Orchard Park (Section VI), Sacred Heart (All-Catholic).
2016 underclassmen Section VI champions: 100 free - Allie Stockwell-10 (Jamestown), 100 back - Riley Drummond-11 (Fredonia-Dunkirk-Forestville-Silver Creek), 100 breast - Isabel Sapio-10 (Orchard Park).
Sister act: Don't feel too sorry for Orchard Park coach Bret Novilitis. He may have lost …