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Top 10: Stories of 2019

December 16, 2019
B Lacrosse 2019

The Bears celebrate the 1st varsity win since ’05

2019 was a special year for the Bears as they added 13 more championship banners to the walls of Swanson Gymnasium among numerous other individual and team accomplishments.

Here are the ten most read stories from a historic year at The Brook.

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#10 | Track Teams Claim PSAA Crowns | May 2

The boys’ and girls’ track & field teams each secure the title at the 30th Annual PSAA Championships.

#9 | McCormick’s 5 Goals Power Girls’ Lax Past Avenues | April 3

Playing at the varsity level for the first time since 2006, the girls’ lacrosse team earns their first varsity win since 2003 with a 14-5 win over Avenues.

#8 | Etienne Earns Big Ten Championship Bronze | May 11

Jyles Etienne ’17 takes 3rd place at the Big Ten Indoor Track Championships for Indiana with a leap of 7′ 1″.

#7 | Swimmers Head to Eastern Championships | February 13

Eight of our swimmers head to the prestigious Easterns Championships held in Lancaster, PA.

#6 | Corcoran Flies at Brown Invite | October 22

Riley Corcoran runs a personal best 5K time of 16:10 to take 13th place in the Division I Varsity race at the Brown Northeast Invitational.

#5 | Fay’s 2 Goals Power JV Soccer to PSAA Title | October 25

James Fay nets a pair of goals to lead the Brook to a 4-0 win over Avenues in the inaugural PSAA Boys’ JV Soccer Championship.

#4 | Wozny & Carr Sign Letters of Intent | November 14

Seniors Joe Wozny (UConn) and Jack Carr (Stony Brook University) each sign National Letters of Intent to pitch at the Division I level.

#3 | Felix Named League MVP, Again | February 16

One year after sharing the Section XI League VII MVP award, Beth Felix wins the PSAA East Division MVP award after a sensational senior season.

#2 | Jaferis & Simone Lead Boys’ Lax Rout | April 6

Playing at the varsity level for the first season since 2005, the boys’ lacrosse team registers their first varsity win in 14 years with a 15-3 victory over Columbia Prep. Pete Simons notched 3 goals and 4 assists while Nick Jaferis added 5 goals and an assist.

#1 | Ruggieri’s 7 Goals Fuel Staten Island Rout | April 9

Morgan Ruggieri nets 7 goals to power girls’ lacrosse to a 19-5 victory over Staten Island Academy.

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