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Spring Postseason Honors

May 24, 2021
Derco (left) & Reuter were named All-PSAA (PC: Bruce Jeffrey)

The 99th season of Stony Brook Athletics brought with it a welcome return to team competitions after last year’s spring season was cut short after just two weeks due to COVID-19. The Bears made the most of their opportunities, winning five PSAA Championships. Here are the individual honors from the spring season.

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Boys’ Lacrosse

  • All-PSAA: Bobby Reuter, Joe Spreckels & Jack Derco

Girls’ Lacrosse

  • All-PSAA: Morgan Ruggieri, Ava McCormick & Emily Berger

Boys’ Tennis

  • Championship MVP: Enoch Guo
  • All-PSAA: Jake Macaspac, Jackson Petroske & Jovan Haynes

Boys’ Track

  • Championship MVP: Mo Romeus

All-PSAA:

  • Mo Romeus (100m, 200m, Triple Jump & 4x100m)
  • David Song (400m, 110m Hurdles, High Jump & 4x400m)
  • Anthony Zajac (800m, 1600m & 4x800m)
  • Tiger Wang (1600m, 3200m & 4x800m)
  • Colin Scanlon (110m Hurdles, 400m Hurdles, High Jump & 4x100m)
  • Chad Franklin (Long Jump, Triple Jump & 4x100m)
  • Nathan Kodua (Discus)
  • EJ Lamptey (100m, Shot Put, Discus & 4x100m)
  • Jacob Ryan (100m, 200m & 4x400m)
  • Emmanuel Avila (4x400m)
  • Hunter Magnuson (200m, Triple Jump & 4x400m)
  • Jimmy Hu (4x800m)
  • DJ Posillico (800m, 1600m & 4x800m)
  • Louis Liu (Shot Put)
  • Markus Calero (Discus)

Girls’ Track

  • Championship MVP: Sarah Wong

All-PSAA:

  • Scarlett Davey (200m, 400m, High Jump & 4x400m)
  • Sarah Wong (800m, 3000m, 400m Hurdles & 4x400m)
  • Evelyn Apazidis (1500m, 3000m, 400m Hurdles & 4x400m)
  • Zida Anyachebelu (100m Hurdles & 4x100m)
  • Lilly Keegan (High Jump, Long Jump, Triple Jump & 4x400m)
  • Kayla Ochei (Discus & Shot Put)
  • Shelly Bernardi (100m Hurdles & 4x100m)
  • Vivi Morley (400m & 4x100m)
  • Rukevwe Alade (Discus & Shot Put)
  • Chimelu Ani (100m, Shot Put & 4x100m)

Volleyball

  • Championship MVP: Lilly Keegan
  • All-PSAA: Lilly Keegan, Ava McCormick, Lily Middlekauff & Niamh Scanlon

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Tennis Edges Portledge for PSAA Championship

May 21, 2021
Guo in action earlier this season (PC: Bruce Jeffrey)

On a hot, 85-degree Wednesday afternoon in Locust Valley, the boys’ tennis team capped a memorable season with a 3-2 victory over top-seeded and 4-time defending champion Portledge in the PSAA Championship.

The two squads split the regular season match-ups with the visitor claiming victory each time. The Bears overwhelmed a depleted Panther squad on April 30th, 4-1, but fell, 2-3, on May 6th when the visitors were at full strength. The Bears knew going into the final that the third singles match and both double matches would be key if they were going to clinch their first PSAA title.

Prior to the match, Coach Lars Brownworth’s message to the team was to focus on their mental toughness and recognize that Portledge was not standing between them and the championship, but their own standard of play. He also asked them to rely on their chemistry and brotherhood to overcome whatever nerves they would need to battle before or during the match.

Enoch Guo was a spark plug all season for the Bears and again proved his value by claiming a 6-4, 6-4 win at the crucial third singles slot. Portledge opened the first set by breaking in game one, but Guo immediately broke back to even the set at 1-1. Each player held serve over the next four games as the set remained deadlocked at 3-3. Portledge earned a break in game 7, but Guo again immediately broke back to stay on-serve. He then held serve to go up 5-4, then broke Portledge in the tenth game of the set, earning the final point with the score tied 40-40 to avoid a tiebreaker. Guo held serve to open the second set, then broke Portledge in game two to go up a break. Portledge immediately broke back in game three, then held in game four to even the match at 2-2. Guo then held serve in game five, broke Portledge in game six, and held serve in game seven to go up 5-2 and move within a game of winning the match. Portledge held serve in the next game, then broke Guo in game nine to move back on-serve, but Guo again showed his mettle by breaking Portledge in game ten to win the match and even the overall match score at 1-1 after the Panthers took second singles.

Jaden Lee and Jovan Haynes were anchors for the team all season, exuding positivity and resilience even when facing a deficit. In the first match of the year, the tandem faced match point, trailing 4-7 in a first-to-eight pro set format, before storming back to win the next five games to claim the match and a 3-2 win for the Bears. In the PSAA Semifinals they dropped their first set, 1-6, before storming back to win the final two sets 6-1, 6-4 in a 4-1 victory for the Brook. That reservoir of experience and belief in each other served them well as they battled a tough Portledge pair. In game one, Lee and Haynes fell behind 0-40 before battling back to hold serve. Portledge and the Brook each held serve in games two and three before the Bears earned the set’s only break in game four to go up 3-1. From there each team held serve the rest of the way as the Bears took round one, 6-3. In game nine the Brook fended off a break attempt by Portledge by winning the point with the game knotted at 40-40.

Lee and Haynes opened the second set by breaking Portledge’s best server, but were broken in games two and four with a Portledge hold sandwiched in between. Trailing 1-3, they broke Portledge in game five and followed by holding serve to knot the set at 3-3. Portledge then held serve in game seven and earned their third break of the set in game eight to move within a game of evening the match at one set apiece. With their backs against the wall, Lee and Haynes won the last four games of the set to put the Brook up 2-1 in the team score. They began by breaking Portledge in game nine then holding serve in game ten to even the match at 5-5. They broke Portledge again in game eleven in a 40-40 game and held serve in game twelve to take set two, 7-5.

After Portledge pulled out a thrilling first singles match over Jake Macaspac, 3-6, 6-4, 7-5, the Championship was knotted at 2-2, leaving the second doubles match to decide the outcome. Jonathan Hell and Clement Leung were up to the task. The pair went up a break to build a 4-3 lead, then held serve before breaking Portledge in game nine to win the first set, 6-3. Each team held serve over the first three games of the second set before the Bears broke in game four to go up 3-1. Portledge immediately broke back, then held serve to knot the set at 3-3. The Brook held in game seven, capped by a Hell ace, then broke in game eight to move within a game of the championship. Needing a win to stave off defeat, Portledge built a 40-15 lead in game nine, but Hell and Leung again illustrated the indomitable spirit the team displayed all year by winning the next three points to claim the title.

After the match, Guo was named match MVP while Macaspac, Haynes, and Jackson Petroske were named All-PSAA. The victory earned the boys’ their first PSAA Championship and also marked the first time since 2016-17 that one school claimed both the girls’ and boys’ tennis championships in a single year as our girls also beat Portledge, 3-2, in November. In their three years since joining the PSAA in 2018, the Bears have now won regular season or tournament titles in twelve of the seventeen varsity sports that compete within the league and have won more total championships over that span than any other school.

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Sailors 5th at Mallory Fleet Championship

May 19, 2021
Hudson in action earlier this year (PC: Bruce Jeffrey)

Last weekend the sail team finished 5th out of 16 teams in the MASSA Mallory Fleet Qualifier Championship, hosted by the Toms River Yacht Club in New Jersey.

Mairead Reitzel and Steven Hardee (Division A) and Gavin Hudson and Lilly Jette (Division B) took on some of the strongest programs on the east coast and, after 2 days of racing, finished just 3 points and one place away from earning a berth in the National Championships.

20 races went off on Saturday, ten each in Divisions A and B, in a shifty southwest breeze and warming temperatures. Reitzel and Hardee earned place finishes of 8th, 3rd, 11th, 13th, 5th, 4th, 2nd, 2nd, 3rd, and 2nd in their races as they continued to get sharper throughout the day. Hudson and Jette earned finishes of 9th, 12th, 7th, 4th, 4th, 10th, 14th, 12th, 5th, and 9th as both teams finished with combined day 1 score of 139 points to leave them in a three-way tie for 5th with Norfolk Collegiate School and Christchurch School.

Sunday morning arrived with a whispering western breeze that allowed the eleventh races in each division to go off along with the twelfth race in Division A before evaporating completely, causing the twelfth Division B race to be aborted after the start. A two-hour delay and a resetting of the race course allowed just one more race before the 2:00pm cutoff time, as only four races were completed on the day. Reitzel and Hardee finished 2nd and 11th in their two races while Hudson and Jette took 9th and 7th to finish 5th overall with 168 points. Though they finished within arm’s length of a trip to Nationals, the Bears still qualified for the Phebe King Memorial National Invitational held in Annapolis, MD in June.

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Final Results

  • 1st: Severn School (MD) – 66
  • 2nd: Bethesda-Chevy Chase HS (MD) – 136
  • 3rd: Donovan Catholic (NJ) – 138
  • 4th: Norfolk Collegiate School (VA) – 165
  • 5th: Stony Brook School (NY) – 168
  • 6th: Ranney School (NJ) – 177
  • 7th: Christchurch School (VA) – 180
  • 7th: Toms River North HS (NJ) – 180
  • 9th: Christian Brothers Academy (NJ) – 188
  • 10th: Archbishop Spalding (MD) – 209
  • 11th: Broadneck HS (MD) – 215
  • 12th: St. Mary’s (MD) – 238
  • 13th: Hampton Roads Academy (VA) – 259
  • 14th: Biotechnology HS (NJ) – 287
  • 15th: Fairport HS (NY) – 311
  • 16th: Pittsford HS (NY) – 345

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Tennis Tops Staten Island to Earn 1st Finals Berth

May 18, 2021
Hell in action earlier this year (PC: Faith Liberatore)

Yesterday afternoon, on a gorgeous day on the Hollis Courts, the boys’ tennis team celebrated senior day with a 4-1 win over Staten Island Academy in the PSAA semifinals.

Though the score appears lopsided, several key matches hung in the balance which could have easily flipped the script in a spirited match. Jake Macaspac cruised to a 6-0, 6-2 win at first singles while Clement Leung and Jonathan Hell dominated second doubles with a 6-0, 6-2 victory. The Tigers took the second singles match 6-1, 6-0, leaving two matches in play to decide the final result.

Enoch Guo won his first set at third singles, 6-4, and held a 5-2 lead in the second set before his opponent stormed back to knot the set, 5-5. Guo held serve to go up 6-5, then broke his opponent to win both the set and the match for the Bears as his teammates roared their approval. Jovan Haynes and Jaden Lee provided a thrilling finish to the afternoon as they forced a third set by winning their second set, 6-1, after dropping their first set, 1-6. They pulled out a raucous third set, 6-4, to cap the 4-1 win.

The Bears move on to face top-seeded Portledge in tomorrow’s PSAA Championship match.

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4-Run Inning Leads Bears Over Fordham Prep

May 18, 2021
Stroman in action earlier this season (PC: Bruce Jeffrey)

On a beautiful Saturday afternoon on Jeff Adams Field, the baseball team overcame a slow start to surge past Fordham Prep in a 5-2 win.

The morning began inauspiciously as the first three Rams batters reached safely on an error, a walk, and a single as the visitors grabbed a quick 1-0 lead. Jojo Franco shook off the rough start and came back with a strikeout, a fly out (which scored a second run), and a strikeout to limit the damage. The Bears put two men on in the bottom of the inning, but failed to carve into their deficit.

Franco began the second frame by hitting the batter, but responded with a pair of strikeouts and a pop up to second as he began to find his rhythm. The Bear offense awoke in the bottom of the inning, surging to a lead they would not relinquish. Sebastian Perez started with a walk before Logan Charboneau roped a 2-strike single to left field. Following a pop up, Jayden Stroman stroked a ball into center field in a 3-2 count to plate Perez. On the same play the Rams made a throwing error trying to nab Charboneau at third, and the 8th-grader came around to tie the game. 2-2. Lee Santiago followed by reaching base on an E4 and Justin Porrino followed with a line drive to left field to send Stroman home with the lead. The play was far from over once Stroman crossed home plate as the always-heady Porrino intentionally got himself hung up between first and second. Standing dead stopped between the bags, the senior beckoned the Rams to chase him into a run down and he succeeded in occupying them long enough to allow Santiago to charge home with another run. Adding further insult to injury, Porrino managed to get back to first base safely. The Bears would get no more in the second, but the damage had already been done in the 4-run inning.

The Rams opened the third inning with a single, but Franco induced a pop up and fielder’s choice to record two quick outs. Another single followed, but Tyler Smith erased a runner attempting to steal second to end the inning. The Bears went down in order in the bottom half. In the fourth, Franco continued to look stronger as the game wore on, working around 1-out HBP to put another zero on the board. After the Bears went scoreless in their offensive half, Aaron Babaev stole a hit away from the lead off hitter with a diving snag in left. A single and a flyout followed before a walk spelled the end of Franco’s day. Santiago came on in relief and induced a line out to Franco at second, who was fittingly able to complete his final inning after all.

In the bottom of the fifth, the Bears tacked on an always precious late-inning insurance run. Porrino led off with a single, then stole second before taking third on a passed ball. Two batters later, Babaev sent a 2-out single into center field to give the Brook a 5-2 edge. Santiago began the sixth with a strikeout, then brushed aside an HBP with a 4-6 fielder’s choice and a pick-off of the runner at first. The Bears went down in order in the bottom half as the game moved to the final inning. Fordham’s first batter reached with a single to wake up the first base dugout. Santiago then sandwiched a pair of strikeouts around a walk before loading the bases with an HBP. With the tying run on first base, the Rams sent a line drive to center, but the sure-handed Stephen Cisz was there to seal the victory.

Franco earned the win with 1 earned run and 4 strikeouts in 4.2 innings while Santiago nailed down the save with 2.1 scoreless innings and 3 strikeouts. Porrino powered the offense with 2 hits and 2 RBIs while Babaev and Stroman each added an RBI.

The Bears are back in action on Friday in a non-league match-up at Ward Melville.

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Girls’ Lax Tops Poly Prep in Thriller

May 17, 2021
McCormick in action earlier this year (PC: Bruce Jeffrey)

When the girls’ lacrosse team last tangled with Poly Prep on April 24, the Bears left Dyker Heights with a 10-9 comeback victory thanks to a Morgan Ruggieri goal with 25 seconds left. Saturday’s non-league rematch followed a different script, but the Bears emerged again with a one-goal victory to cap a gorgeous senior day on Fitch Field.

The Bears controlled much of the possession game early on, but it was Poly who grabbed an early 2-0 lead on a free position score and a transition goal. The Bears called a timeout following the second score and the break seemed to regroup the Bears who reeled off three straight goals in a span of just two minutes. A pair of free position goals from Ava McCormick knotted the game at the 16:37 mark and Ruggieri gave the Bears their first lead on a transition score following a Tiffany Akinyoade clear. The Devils responded with a two-goal run to retake a 4-3 lead with 9:15 left in the first half, but a McCormick free position goal and back-to-back scores from Ruggieri gave the Brook a 6-4 lead they would not relinquish. Poly answered with a score at the 3:03 mark, but Ruggieri pushed the Bear lead back to 7-5 just 19 seconds later. The Bears looked poised to head into the half with the same cushion, but Poly scored in transition with 2.9 seconds left as the Brook took a 7-6 advantage into the break.

The Devils seemed to grab some momentum with their late score, but it was the Bears who came roaring out of the halftime, scoring four straight goals to take a commanding 11-6 lead. The teams were deadlocked for the first five minutes of the period, but McCormick broke the stalemate with a free position goal. 15 seconds later Ruggieri scored off of a McCormick draw control to push the lead to 9-6. At the 14:53 mark Ruggieri notched another score from a free position and 52 seconds later McCormick bounced a shot into the top left corner as the Bears took firm control with an 11-6 edge. Incredibly, with their offense seemingly at its zenith, the Bears would notch just one more score over the final 14:01 of game time. It would prove to be just enough.

Poly ended their nearly 13-minute scoring drought with a goal at the 12:28 mark. Ruggieri scored her seventh goal three minutes later to put the Brook back of 12-7. From there Poly refused to go down without a fight, scoring at the 9:19, 4:59, 3:40, 2:48, and 2:02 marks to pull within 12-11 and bring a nauseating tension to what had been a comfortable second half for the Bears. However, the Brook defense did not wilt under pressure. The defensive corps of Akinyoade, Georgia Apazidis, Christy Eugene, Caroline Cho, and Emily Berger held firm, stopping the Devils on two possessions in the final two minutes to seal the victory. With 13 seconds left Poly held the ball behind our cage, but Berger intercepted a pass over the top and held on as the final 10 seconds bled away.

Ruggieri, Long Island’s current points (52) and goals (43) leader, finished with 7 goals and 6 draw controls while McCormick added 5 goals and 9 draw controls. Berger finished with 7 saves in net.

The Bears are back in action tomorrow afternoon with a home PSAA semifinal match-up vs. #3 Staten Island Academy.

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Track Teams Repeat as PSAA Champions

May 17, 2021

Friday afternoon marked the return of the PSAA Track & Field Championships to the Marvin W. Goldberg track, ending a span of 743 days since the Bears last hosted our league’s culminating event in 2019. Though the 31st edition of the PSAA Championships was smaller in scale than in past years, a warm, sun-splashed day brought an energy to the track not felt in quite some time, carrying numerous athletes to memorable performances.

The girls easily repeated as champions, scoring 122 points to Long Island Lutheran’s 42 and Kew-Forest’s 15. On the boys’ side, the Bears racked up 150 points to easily distance themselves from Long Island Lutheran (26) and Kew-Forest (7). Incredibly, the boys took first in every single event as well as all three relays while the girls won all but one individual event and the two relays they chose to enter.

Some of the highlights of the day included Colin Scanlon breaking his own meet record in the 400m hurdles (57.89) despite running by himself, Scarlett Davey taking the lead in the 400m on the final turn, and David Song overtaking the leader on the backstretch of the 400m on the way to the title.

Mo Romeus earned the meet MVP for the boys by winning the 100m, 200m, and triple jump while running the leadoff leg for the 4x100m relay team. Sarah Wong won the MVP for the girls after winning individual crowns in the 800m, 3000m, 400m hurdles, and helping the 4x400m relay team to victory.

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Boys’ Place Results

100m

  • 1st: Mo Romeus – 12.13
  • 2nd: EJ Lamptey – 12.44
  • 3rd: Jacob Ryan – 12.65

200m

  • 1st: Mo Romeus – 24.74
  • 2nd: Hunter Magnuson – 25.35
  • 3rd: Jacob Ryan – 26.33

400m

  • 1st: David Song – 60.76

800m

  • 1st: Anthony Zajac – 2:21.16
  • 2nd: DJ Posillico – 2:56.47

1600m

  • 1st: Anthony Zajac – 5:33.49
  • 2nd: Tiger Wang – 6:03.84
  • 3rd: DJ Posillico – 6:57.14

3200m

  • 1st: Tiger Wang – 13:45.84

110m Hurdles

  • 1st: Colin Scanlon – 16.43
  • 2nd: David Song – 19.50

400m Hurdles

  • 1st: Colin Scanlon – 57.89

High Jump

  • 1st: Colin Scanlon – 5-3.25
  • 2nd: David Song – 4-9

Long Jump

  • 1st: Chad Franklin – 19-11.25

Triple Jump

  • 1st: Mo Romeus – 43-1
  • 2nd: Chad Franklin – 40-0.5
  • 3rd: Hunter Magnuson – 33-2

Discus

  • 1st: Nathan Kodua – 84-2
  • 2nd: EJ Lamptey – 84-1
  • 3rd: Markus Calero – 73-4

Shot Put

  • 1st: EJ Lamptey – 40-0.5
  • 3rd: Louis Liu – 29-3.75

4x100m Relay

  • 1st: Stony Brook (Romeus, Franklin, Lamptey & Scanlon) – 47.36

4x400m Relay

  • 1st: Stony Brook (Ryan, Song, Emmanuel Avila & Magnuson) – 4:11.43

4x800m Relay

  • 1st: Stony Brook (Jimmy Hu, Posillico, Wang & Zajac) – 11:23.31

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Girls’ Place Results

100m

  • 2nd: Chimelu Ani – 14.70

200m

  • 1st: Scarlett Davey – 28.78

400m

  • 1st: Scarlett Davey – 63.49
  • 3rd: Vivi Morley – 80.14

800m

  • 1st: Sarah Wong – 2:36.13

1500m

  • 1st: Evelyn Apazidis – 5:46.31

3000m

  • 1st: Sarah Wong – 12:19.28
  • 2nd: Evelyn Apazidis – 13:07.56

100m Hurdles

  • 1st: Zida Anyachebelu – 20.88
  • 2nd: Shelly Bernardi – 22.67

400m Hurdles

  • 1st: Sarah Wong – 1:11.53
  • 2nd: Evelyn Apazidis – 1:16.64

High Jump

  • 1st: Lilly Keegan – 4-9
  • 2nd: Scarlett Davey – 4-3.25

Long Jump

  • 1st: Lilly Keegan – 14-4

Triple Jump

  • 1st: Lilly Keegan – 32-6.25

Discus

  • 1st: Kayla Ochei – 65-6
  • 2nd: Rukevwe Alade – 42-5

Shot Put

  • 1st: Kayla Ochei – 27-0
  • 2nd: Chimelu Ani – 20-4.5
  • 3rd: Rukevwe Alade – 17-0.5

4x100m Relay

  • 1st: Stony Brook (Bernardi, Morley, Ani & Anyachebelu) – 58.81

4x400m Relay

  • 1st: Stony Brook (Apazidis, Wong, Keegan & Davey) – 4:32.85

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Track Teams Set to Host PSAA Championships

May 12, 2021

This Friday afternoon at 4:00pm, the Marvin W. Goldberg Track will host the 31st PSAA Track & Field Championships. The Bears will have a chance to defend their boys’ and girls’ league crowns from 2019 on home soil.

Here are Stony Brook’s entries for the event, along with their seed time or distance.

*indicates top seed

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Girls’ Entries

100m

  • Chimelu Ani – 14.40
  • Zida Anyachebelu – 14.58
  • Kayla Ochei – 15.52

200m

  • Scarlett Davey – 29.50
  • Shelly Bernardi – 33.10
  • Caroline Beaucejour – 38.00

400m

  • Scarlett Davey – 1:08.40*
  • Vivi Morley – 1:24.00
  • Nora Shortell – 1:24.90

800m

  • Sarah Wong – 2:37.82*

1500m

  • Evelyn Apazidis – 6:13.57

3000m

  • Sarah Wong – 13:30*
  • Evelyn Apazidis – 13:43.78

100m Hurdles

  • Shelly Bernardi – 21.50*
  • Zida Anyachebelu – 25.00

400m Hurdles

  • Sarah Wong – 1:11.93*
  • Evelyn Apazidis – 1:15.10

4x100m Relay

  • Bernardi, Morley, Ani & Anyachebelu – 1:02.00*

4x400m Relay

  • Apazidis, Wong, Keegan & Davey – 4:41.90*

Long Jump

  • Lilly Keegan – 14-7.75*

Triple Jump

  • Lilly Keegan – 31-10.75*

High Jump

  • Lilly Keegan – 4-8*
  • Shelly Bernardi – 3-6
  • Scarlett Davey – 3-6

Shot Put

  • Kayla Ochei – 25-11*
  • Rukevwe Alade – 19-9.25
  • Chimelu Ani – 19-6

Discus

  • Kayla Ochei – 90-2* [Reigning Champion]
  • Chimelu Ani – 63-1
  • Rukevwe Alade – 49-6

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Boys’ Entries

100m

  • Mo Romeus – 11.40*
  • EJ Lamptey – 12.10
  • Jacob Ryan – 12.50

200m

  • Mo Romeus – 25.00*
  • Hunter Magnuson – 25.10
  • Jacob Ryan – 26.50

400m

  • David Song – 60.30*
  • Fletcher Brown – 61.50
  • Jimmy Hu – 70.00

800m

  • Anthony Zajac – 2:26.60
  • DJ Posillico – 3:00.10

1600m

  • Anthony Zajac – 5:37.90
  • Tiger Wang – 6:05.10
  • DJ Posillico – 7:03.20

3200m

  • Tiger Wang – 13:08.33*

110m Hurdles

  • Colin Scanlon – 17.19* [Reigning Champion]
  • David Song – 18.80

400m Hurdles

  • Colin Scanlon – 55.68* [Reigning Champion]

4x100m Relay

  • Romeus, Franklin, Lamptey & Scanlon – 48.00*

800m Sprint Medley Relay (non-scoring)

  • Emmanuel Avila, Calero, Liu & Kodua – 2:16.00*

4x400m Relay

  • Ryan, Song, Brown & Magnuson – 4:10.00*

4x800m Relay

  • Hu, Posillico, Wang & Zajac – 11:00.00*

Long Jump

  • Chad Franklin – 19-9*

Triple Jump

  • Mo Romeus – 39-3*
  • Chad Franklin – 36-11
  • Hunter Magnuson – 33-2

High Jump

  • Colin Scanlon – 5-8*
  • David Song – 4-6

Shot Put

  • EJ Lamptey – 40-6*
  • Nathan Kodua – 29-11
  • Louis Liu – 29-5

Discus

  • EJ Lamptey – 85-0*
  • Markus Calero – 76-10
  • Nathan Kodua – 73-5

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Spring Playoff Schedule

May 12, 2021
Imogene Dunn slices through Port Jeff Harbor (PC: Bruce Jeffrey)

[Updated 6/8 @ 11:02am]

Memorial Hall’s magnolia trees have blossomed and waned, the warm afternoons are growing longer, and another postseason is upon us–all indications that our 99th school year is rapidly winding down. This page is your headquarters for all information related to our various playoff events. It will be updated with results and next round information.

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Dinghy Sailing

MASSA Mallory Fleet Qualifier Championship [5th of 16]

  • Sat. May 15–Sun. May 16 @ 10:45am – Toms River Yacht Club (Toms River, NJ)

New York State Championships [1st of 14]

  • Sat. May 22 @ 9:00am – Rochester Yacht Club (Rochester, NY)

Phebe Corckran King Regatta [1st of 12]

  • Sat. June 6–Sun. June 6 @ 9:00am – Annapolis Yacht Club (Annapolis, MD)

Girls’ Lacrosse

PSAA Semifinals vs. #3 Staten Island Academy [Lost, 4-9]

  • Tue. May 18 @ 4:30pm – Stony Brook

Boys’ Tennis

PSAA Semifinals vs. #3 Staten Island Academy [Won, 4-1]

  • Mon. May 17 @ 4:30pm – Stony Brook

PSAA Championship vs. #1 Portledge [Won, 3-2]

  • Wed. May 19 @ 4:00pm – Portledge

Boys’ Track & Field

PSAA Championship [Won, 150-26-7]

  • Fri. May 14 @ 4:00pm – Stony Brook

Girls’ Track & Field

PSAA Championship [Won, 122-42-15]

  • Fri. May 14 @ 4:00pm – Stony Brook

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Tennis Aces Jaguars to Cap Regular Season

May 11, 2021
Petroske in action earlier this season (PC: Faith Liberatore)

Yesterday afternoon, the boys’ tennis team traveled to the West Side Tennis Club, the site of sixty U.S. Open Championships, and came away with a 4-1 win over Kew-Forest.

Jackson Petroske battled back from a 3-6 opening set loss at second singles to win the next set, 6-4, and a super tiebreaker, 10-8. Enoch Guo cruised at third singles, 6-1, 6-0. Jaden Lee and Clement Leung continued their strong chemistry with a 6-3, 6-0 win at first doubles while Jonathan Hell and Liam Swords earned a forfeit at second doubles.

The win gave the Bears a 6-2 finish in PSAA play, good enough for second place and just a 3-2 Portledge loss away from the #1 seed and a league title. The Bears will get another chance to hang a banner next week when the PSAA Tournament opens on Monday.

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