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6/10 NY State Federation-  The 4x800 traveled to Binghamton to compete in the NY State Federation meet.  The final meet fo the year.

6/4 Eastern States-  The season finale for most of the team.  We see some great performaces as Macdonell, Heaney and Medina all go ATX  Medina grabs the school record for the Sophomore Discus with a 121' toss. pat Dunne had a great day hitting 2 personal bests in the 200 and 400 The frosh quartet of Rice, Lane. Mirto and Branham upton just miss the frosh School record for the 4x800.

5/27-CHSAA Championships-  A hard fought 3rd Place finish at the CHSAA State Championships.  We saw some inspired performances from Norako (#10ATX) and Heaney (151-1 in Javelin)  the Varsity 4x800 drops the hammer on the league as they win by over 6 seconds to punch their tickets to the NY State Federation meet.  We had some great mile races from the underclass men as we have 12 guys go sub 5:10 ( A great sign for XC)  We have a teams in all 3 relay finals, Sweet makes the Hurdle final.  MacDonell takes silver in the 400 hurdles and Gwyn Rowsom and Branham Upton go 2-3 in the 3K steeple.  A great day at the Stadium (but aren't all of them great days)

The Triple Crown Winning Team  Undefeated in the NYCHSAA and City for the school Year 2016-2017
5/20- NYCHSAA Sectionals and City Championships- For the 5th time in the 6 years, the Varsity brings home the gold.  This completes the Triple Crown for the year.  We won City and Sectional Titles in Cross country, Indoor and Outdoor .
The Scoring got going with Fergus MacDonnell running a PR in the 400 Hurdles, followed by the 3K Steeple which saw Rowsom win in a #2ATX time and Branham-Upton take 3rd( impressive for a Freshman)  The Scoring got rolling with two 4x400's scoring, 2 4x100's making the final and Ramirez scoring in the Long Jump.  Busuttil scores in the Triple Jump.  Heaney and LaRussa both come up big in the Javelin and Medina joins Heaney as they scored 2nd and 3rd in the Shot.  The 3200 meter saw 3 guys score ( Donahue with the win, Norako takes silver and Rice grabs 3rd in the section.  Oettl runs a lifetime best in the 1600 meters (#5ATX) Continuing a trend, we have 2 relays score in the 4x800.  In the relays we have 24 guys factor into the scoring.  In the Sectional scoring we win by 42 points (92-50) in the City we win by 22 points (63-41) over Hayes both times and Fordham.

5/13 CHSAA Freshman and Sophomore Championships-  We changes some events due to the weather, but the freshman and sophomores show just how tough they are.  Rice wins the Frosh 2K steeplechase (just like his older brother) and the Sophs are led by Medina who completes an undefeated Sophomore Season.

5/12-5/13 Loucks Games and Northshore Invite  -  The weather interferes with our plans but the varsity make the most of this final tune up to get a good effort in before championships begin.

5/8- NYCHSAA Freshman and Sophomore Championships-  A great evening at the stadium as botht the Freshmen and Sophomores come to compete and compete they did.  We would see multiple guys step up their performances when it counted most.  The sprinters show the league that they know how to run the 400 as we take gold in both the Freshmen and Sophomore 4x400's  The sophs put on a clinic of how a team competes as 6 relays score points for the team (24 different guys).


5/3 Jesuits- We had a great meet on Wednesday.  Big performances in most disciplines as we sweep the Mary Scott Dream Mile  % guys under 4:35, lead by Cipri's #4 ATX performance of 4:23.  Followed by Macdonnell and Murphy winning both levels of the 400 Hurdles.  Solide races in the sprints by Ryan (in the 100) an Defreiatas(in the 400) In the 3200 we place 3 scorers on both levels, Oettl wins the Varsity race in impressive fashion with Lunny and Rohrbacker the Elder taking 3rd and 4th and in the JV 2 Sophs (Abernathy and Ruiz) and a frosh (Gregory) runs smart and together to take 2-3-4. In the throws we start to see some of the new comers (Aquino and Del Negro) making their presences felt as they win Jesuits Medals for the first time in the season.

4/28-4/29- Penn Relays- We have 3 relays go to the 123rd Annual Penn Relays  The 4x800 runs tough and posts an 8:00.35  the 4x100 runs to a #5ATX (and Dorian Ryan makes the USATF video) and the 4x400 has 3 guys run pr's as the place 5th in their heat.  Over all a successful trip

4/29- Nassau Coaches- It was a hot day on Long Island and the team did very well  Some fast times in the distance events  The Freshman and Sophomore relays have 3 relays place in the 4x100 (4th.5th and 6th) and the 4x800 (1st, 2nd  and 3rd)  Adian Donohue and Pat Norako both drop big pr's in the 1600. OBU places 2nd in the varsity 3200  Xavier Sweet goes #8ATX in the 110 Hurdles with his sub 16 posting.

Norako hits 10:03
4/21-4/22 NY Relays-
Some fast times on Friday and Saturday as the Knights go to NY Relays.  Cipri, Donahue, and Norako all drop huge personal bests. Gwyn-Rowsom puts up #2 ATC for 2K Steeple. Crorkin posts #3 ATX in the 800 and the 4x100 goes #6ATX

Navarro throwing big at Big Blue
4/22 Big Blue Meet A rainy day in Staten Island gives us some big performances.  Heaney throws a Pr in Javelin as does Shanks in the discus.  Branham-Upton and Rice go 1-2 in the Frosh 2K Steeplechase

4/17 Iona Prep Meet- We finally got the offical results.  Some nice individual times to start the break

4/8- Iona Prep Meet/Mayor's Cup  Seven (7) 1st place finishes high light the day at Iona.  We take 1-4 in the 200,400,1500 on the varsity level  Solid openning for the season.  At Mayor's Cup  Heaney takes 4th will a personal best of 145'6" 

4/3 FP Development meet-  Throwers make their debut, despite the fact that the weather has been against us throught out the outdoor season.  the Throwers put up some good performances.

4/1 Farrell Invite  Results posted A cold day in Staten Island as a majority of the team kicks off the season.  Some impressive races by the Varsity as the shake of the rust from Indoors and show they are ready to compete.

Outdoor Schedule Posted If you are going away over break, you must notify the coaches in writing by this Friday

Records updated All Seasons All Levels for XC and Indoor, Varsity and Soph for Outdoor  Working on the Frosh

Uniform Price lists- Print out the appropriate page. Make all Checks payable to Xavier and bring payment to Mr. Hundley in the AThletic Office.   Everyone is required to get the uniform and sweats. Please see Mr. Dormer if there is any question or problem.


New Juniors and Seniors should see Mr. Dormer to find out what you will need.


3/10-3/11 NB Nationals- The season finale saw 2 of our relays go up against the Nation's finest.  On Friday Night the Distance medley Relay Of Oettl, DeFreitas, Crorkin and Cipri went out and ran the #2ATX time.  They were in the hunt the whole way and were able to finish 8th in the nation behind the strength of Cipri's pr for 1600 meters (4;25)  On Saturday night in the last race of the day, the 4 juniors who make up the squad (Gywn-rowsom, Crorkin, MacDonnell, and Oettl) came ready to race and race they did.  They posted a new School Record and grabbed 3rd place in the nation.  They become the latest Knights to earn All American honors (#21-24)

3/4 NY Federation Champs-  3 Knights travel to Oceanbreeze to take on the top pblic school athletes. Crorkin and Oettl led the CHSAA in their events.

2/28  Eastern States- The 4x200 and 4x800 take another shot at qualifing for nationals.  The 4x800 drops a school record, The #1 time on the State and #9 time in the USA

2/25 Pre Nationals-  In one of the last tune ups before Federations and the Nationals, we see some great times to end the season.

2/11 CHSAA Varsity Championships-  To win a CHSAA championship it takes talent, hard work and alot of luck.  We had 2 of 3 of these things on Saturday. It seemed that everything was against us, but the Knights kept on trying and competing.  Right down to the last event, the 4x200 runs and inspired race making the ATX list.  Cipri and Oettl make the Federation meet,

2/4 Frosh and Soph CHSAA Championships- The results are in.  Both the freshman team and the Sophomore team finish in the top 10.  Some great personal best performances.

1/29 NYCHSAA Sectional and NY/BQ City Championships- What a great day at the Armory.  A complete team effort is needed to win the Sectional and City Title, and that is what we got for the entire team.  The day got off the right start as Dorian Ryan took the Sectional 55 title and qualified for the City final.  Up next was the distance crew that saw 3 guys run 10 mins or faster as Cipri- Gwyn Rowsom and Donahue collected 8 city and Sectional points.  In the sectional competion, we were out to a great start with 14 points and we never looked back.  The scoring in the city meet was a little more difficult. Val Ferraro and Xavier Sweet both scored in the Sectional hurdles and Val qualified for the City final.  The 4x400 of Lewis, Colter, Tria  and Macdonnell picked up 2 points and the team was really rolling then.  The key to the sectional title ios the back scorers, guys who work really hard everyday in practice and wait for their time to shine.  They got their chance on Sunday as the A and B 4x200 teams scored big in the Sectional final, and we racked up 7 points in the 1000 meters as Oettl and Norako both scored (1st and 5th). At this point, we were ahead in the section 30-12 over Fordham and we trailed St Francis by a point in the city scoring.  This is when luck was on our side, 2 Sophs (Knoff and Demetriades) tie for 2nd in the Section in the high jump and 4th in the city High bring with them need points.  Pat Heaney made the Shot final and added to our total.  Then we got to the 400 and 600  where Andrew Defreitas and Michael Crorkin combined to bring home 10 points for the section.  With 3 events left, we trailed St. Francis Prep by 1/2 a point for the title and that is when our team depth showed.  We scored 7 points in the 1600 meters, 7 points in the 4x800 (1st and 5th) 7 points in the 4x200 final.  No other team could withstand the onslaught as these 21 points propelled us to our 3rd Sectional and City indoor title in a row.  A greta team effort.

1/21 New Balance Games-  A Monster Day.  The DMR runs a great race, Posting the #2 ATX. #1 NYS and #5 USA time. The first 3 legs all hit personal bests.  The 4x200 posts our fastest time of the year 1:32.67.  Not to be outdone, Dorian Ryan crushes the school record in the 55 meter dash (#2 in the CHSAA)  The 4x800 runs an inspired race  as all four juniors run to personal bests (or projected personal bests). 

1/16 Frosh Soph Sectionals- Great performances by the Freshman and Sophomores as they take 5th and 4th respectively.  Big time races by many of the guys. Results and an update to come soon.

1/13  Jesuits- At Fordham  Some great performances at Jesuits.  The 4x200 takes Gold, the Shot relay takes Bronze and the 4x400 runs agressively.  Vitarelli wins the 1600 with a sub 5 performance

1/14 Stanner At NY Armory- Some great races at a crowded meet.  Results are posted and we do have some ATX performances.  


1/9 Grand Prix Trials-  The 4x800 meter Relays post some fast times.  The B and C teams drop the hammer on the competiton as the run their fastest times of the year.  Not to be outdone the A 4x800 runs the #5 Time in the USA and secures a spot in the Grand Prix final in Feburary.  The 4x200 hits a snag as a falling runner from another team wipes out our squad.

1/7 Freedom Games-  Despite the weather we get some fast times as the guys who get to compete run some real fast times.  Cipri takes on some tough compas he hits 9:34 as his openning 3200 meters.  All the guys in the 1000 crush it and run super tough.  The Sprinters post some hot time ins the 300

1/6  Hayes Games/ Weight Sectionals-The weight squad posts some hot times as we kick off the championship season.  Lane medals in the high jump and the 4x800 takes 3rd in a tough race.  In the hayes Games, Sawyer gwyn-Rowsom drops a league leading time in the 3200 meters claiming the Meet record and MVP honors.  Oliver Branham Upton and Ethan Rice prove our Frosh are able to run with the varsity as they run impressive times in the 3200.  Not to be outdone Gregory and Verengia take 2-3 in the 600  The jumping Sophs take 1-2 in the varsity high jump.  PAt Heaney leads all the throwers with a pr of 42'

12/29 CHSAA Junior Weight Novice ChampsA good meet for us over break.  Some great individual performances.  The field event guys come up big with some personal bests and taking 1-2 in novice shot out.  Grant Lane wins the weight high jump as the soph High jumpers medal.  Ethan Rameriez pr's just shy of the 20' barrier.  The Varsity DMR runs all by themselves and breaks 11 mins for the #6 time in NY State. The 4x200 posts our fastest time of the year.  The Weight 4x800 records a huge victory.  Overall a very positive meet.

if you are going away over break, Mr Dormer needs to have a note or email from your Parents before Tuesday.  If you miss break and I have no idea where you are, then we will part company in the New Year

Workouts will be posted for all those who are traveling  You are expected to do the workouts while you are away.

Uniform Price lists- Print out the appropriate page. Make all Checks payable to Xavier and bring payment to Mr. Hundley in the AThletic Office.   Everyone is required to get the uniform and sweats. Please see Mr. Dormer if there is any question or problem.



12/17  Loughlin Games-  Season starts off great fpr the top Varsity guys.  Oettl and Crorkin go 1-2 in the 1000 meters.  They run a tactical race and bring home gold and silver.  The Sprinters just miss the 4x200 finals by .04 of a second and post some fast 55 meter times.  Solid outing by most 

12/18 Ignatian Games- A great day as so many guys get some very competitive races in. The 1000's are great as we have a 2nd and 4th in the Varsity, 2nd in the Soph and 1st in the Frosh. Some nice times in the 300 on a track that is notoriously slow for sprinters. New comers make a name for themselves.  The Sophs sweep the field events as we win both the High and Shot ( Medina in Shot and Demetriades in the High)  We even get some ATX performances.  If you missed the meet, and I did not know where you where, you need to return to gym class.

12/10 CHSAA Relay Carnival-  Great first meet for most of the team.  The Frosh DMR ( Rice, Lane,Skoczek, Branham-Upton) take gold and come back in Novice DMR to to take 3rd.  The Sophs get medals in the Shot relay (2nd), 4x400 (5th ) and 4x800 (3rd). The Midget 4x200, The varsity Shot Relay, Varsity 4x400 and two teams in the SMR all bring home hardware.

12/3 S.I. Relays- Results are posted The A 4x200 and 4x400 bring home medals

Indoor schedule is now posted.

Indoor Sign Up Sheet- Anyone who wishes to be on the Indoor team this year needs to fill out this google foem


Sprinter Thrower shirts order forms- This is reserved for the guys who are already on the team.  Once you fill out the order sheet, bring you money to Mr. Dormer, (Make checks payable to Xavier High School)


11/26  NXN Regionals-  The Varsity guys will race this weekend at Bowdin Park. Here is the schedule.  Meet where we parked last week.  Be there at 10 a.m.


11.26.2016 Bowdoin Park Wappingers Falls, NY

11:30 Boys NY Championship Race

11/19 NY STate Federation Champs- A tough day in Bowdin park.  The Varsity squad takes 11th as a team  This is the 3rd best finish in school history.  Sawyer Gwyn Rowsom  steps up and pops a huge performance.  Michael Crorkin drops a 20 second personal best.  Oliver Branham Upton runs tough as a frosh and he places 4th for our team

11/19 Jesuits- A great finish to the season for a majority fo the team.  We represent both Xavier and Brooklyn prep so we split our strength, but they Knights rise to the occasion.  Gregpry leads the Frosh into battle and O'Brien leads the Varsity  Great to see theunderclassmen tepping up to run tough.

The Varsity 7 with Heavy D
11/12 CHSAA Champs-  The day started with the skies being Xavier blue. It ended with the best finish in School History.  A few historical facts,  No city School has won the title since 1994(Farrell), No Manahttan school has won the title since 1974 (Power Memorial).  Xavier has not won the title since 1931 when there were only 7 teams in the league. All of that changed this past Saturday in the park.  In addition the JV took 2nd in all levels. (A,B,C).  
The Day started off with the JV C race and our squad was paced by 2 sophs (Abernathy and Ruiz) who were looking to break the mythical 15 minute barrier  They came close and scored personal bests as they along with Brady, Ioverio and Cruz all placed in the top 16 to grab 2nd place behind St. Anthony's.  
Next up was the Varsity squad who were favored to win this race.  Many other teams were in the mix but the Knights ran a great team race.  Cipri made his play for the individual title and became the 3rd Knight to finish 2nd (D'emic and Rice).  Then our guys came in close to each other, Oettl, Crorkin Gywn-Rowsom and Donahue all crossed the line in the top 26 of the race.  Donohue's finish as our 5th man sealed the deal and brought home the title. Branham-Upton broke 14 to be the 2nd fastest Freshman on the day.
The JV A race saw Pat Naroko run an inspired race to lead the squad as they grabbed 2nd in the JV Championships.  Pat had company from some underlcassmen ( O'Brien and Perez) as the Jv made some noise.  The Last race of the day saw two of our guys go 1-2 in the race as Xander Viteralli and Jimmy Lunny ran tough to pace the squad.
On the day we had 6 guys break 14:00, 16 Guys Break 15:00, 32 guys break 16:00.  We picked up 3 Second place finished for the JV Squads. (no city team beat us)  and Most importantly we brought home the elusive Cross country title.

We qualify for the NY State Federations for the 9th time in school history 6th year in a row ( 1999, 2000, 2007, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015)

Since I know you love history like I do, here is the 1931 Article from the NY times about the last time Xavier won.

Alumni Race- To Start the day off we have 6 Alumni win the Alumni race.  (1st time since 1985) Always great to have the support of the alumni.

11/5 CHSAA FROSH SOPH CHAMPS- Great day at the Park  The Underclassmen collect 5 top 3 performances.  Once again we prove that we are the top team in the city as we battle St Anthony's nd Chaminade all day for the top 3 spots. Huge races by the Frosh as 19 of them hit personal bests.  The Frosh A team is pace by the fact that all 7 guys break 10 for the first time this season.  Not to be outdone James Verrengia drops the hammer as he wins the B race.  The C squad follows up with a huge performance that saw the entire group hit personal bests.  Next up was the Sophs who step up just like they have all season.  4 guys break 15 and 6 guys on the A squad drop Pr's.  Then the B team took the course and grabbed 3rd as well  5 Races % top 3 finishes  the Furture looks bright indeed.

10/29 NYCHSAA Sectionals-  A Historic Day at VCP. for the 4th time in School history we take the Varsity Sectional Crown. (2nd Year in a row)  For the 3rd time we take the Freshman Crown BUT for the first time in school history we take all 4 races at Sectionals and the Combined City Champs.  We also have the individual winner of every race.  The Freshman B and The JV score a perfect 15 on their way to a championship.  So many guys stepped it up, so many guys came to race and as a result we were dominant.  No Question about who the best team in the City is now. The first race of the Day saw 6 Freshmen break 10 for the first time this season.  Huge personal bests by all 7.  Up Next was the Freshman B race, and they ran as a group as 5 of them cross the line before any other team  They led by the cow path and held the pace to the finish line.  The Varsity Race went out slow and our guys made their move by the bridge.  We would get 3 of the top 4 spots. All 5 scorers in the top 11 as we roll to a huge win.  we take the Sectional and city Crown for the 2nd year in a row.  As Great as all these races were what the JV did next was unprecedented.  They place the first 6 guys across the line and the 7th knight was 8 overall in the race.  On this day we left no doubt who the best team was.

INDOOR GUYS-  Sprinter Compression Top  and Throwers Shirts  Prices between $35 and $40 Order forms will be up on Tuesday

Weekend of 10/21-10/22
Friday  10/21  OYO  Varsity and JV 10 min warm up  18 mins out  back faster 10 min warm down
                       OYO  FRosh and Soph 10 Min Warm up  14 mins out back faster 10 Min warm down
Saturday 10/22  XC Guys  OFF
Sunday 10/23  Varsity and JV 60 mins, Sophs and Frosh 50 mins
Monday 10/24 East River

10/19 NYCHSAA Sophomore Sectionals-  The Sophs go for their sectional title  AND WIN.  Complete team victory.  On a day that was too hot to run, after the PSAT's and a long train ride, the KNIGHTS rise to the occasion.  We needed a cpomplete team effort to over take pre race favorite St Joe's Sea and that is what we got.  6th Soph title in School History  5th in a row.  Well done


10/15 Nassau Coaches Meet- For the 3rd year in a row we are able to win the Nassau coaches meet.  This year the varsity runs  a great race as they finish 5 guys in the top 13 of the race.  Jerardo Perez leads the varsity with a sub 18 min posting.  Two Sophs (O'Brien and Amderson) step up big time to finish top in the race.  The JV run a great team race and take 2nd as a squad.  They take down Chaminade as Zion Lewis leads them with a sub 18:30 performance..  The Sophs run tough and take 3rd with Julian Bastionello leading the way

10/15 FP Frosh Relays- A tough race by the A team as they come from behind and almost grab 2nd place.  Solid performances by all the freshmen.

10/7 All Hallows Invitational - Some great races at the afterschool meet.  The freshmen take 3rd as a team as many of them ht personal bests.  The Sophs step up and place 6 guys in the top 7 for our team

10/8 Manhattan college Invitational-  The biggest meet in the clountry.  Our varsity goes out and puts up a great team perfromance.  We take 6th in the Eastern States championship. (The 2nd team in NY and Top CHSAA team)  our Sophs get all 7 guys under 16 mins and the Freshmen get 5 guys under 7 mins.  The JV teams are in the largest races of the day and run very competive times.

What to do over the weekend-
If you Race on Friday- Do the following over the weekend
Saturday 50 Min recovery Run  Do 4 Strides after the run
Sunday 65 Min Long Run Do 4 Strides after the run
Monday  50 Min recovery run Do 4 Strides after the run
Tuesday Practice in central Park After School

If you Race Saturday
Friday 20 min run Do 4 Strides after the run
Saturday - Race
Sunday-  50 Min Reocvery run Do 4 Strides after the run
Monday  Varsity 75 Min Run  JV/Sophs 65 Min Run  Freshman  50 Min Run Do 4 Strides after the run
Tuesday Practice in central Park After School

10/1 McQuaid Invitatonal-  What a great meet.  As always we had a great time as we travel north to visit our Jesuit brothers.  the weather was a little wet, but the Knights ran great.  First up were the JV and they ran a great race.  Branham-Upton and Rice led the JV squad as they posted the #2 and #3 ATX Frosh time for the course.  the JV would place all 7 scorers under 18 mins as they grabbed 3rd Place as a team. They also set the School record for 5 man Jv average. Next up were the Sophs, led by Staten Island's own Mike O'Brien who broke 17 mins ( not bad for a guy running his 1st Xc season)  Then the Varsity toed the line.  A disciplined race had the top 5 finish within 23 seconds of each other. They did not let the weather or the sloppy conditions slow them down as they took 2nd place in the AA race and 3rd Place on the merge of all the Varsity Races (out of 228 teams).  for the 4th year in a row we were able to win the Glavin Cup.  This award goes to the fastest Jesuit team at the McQuaid meet.

9/29  Fordham Prep developement Meet-  A great run in the park on a Thursday afternoon.  The Upperclassmen claimed victory, led by Pat Norako who took 3rd as an individual.  The Freshmen saw a huge number of personal bests as two guys break the magical 10 min barrier

9/24 XAVIER INVITATIONAL- A great day in the park Great races as the Freshmen take the famed Frosh course by storm. We had One break 9 mins and one run 9 flat.   They take 2nd  as a team.  Next up were the sophomores with two guys(Anderson and O'Brien) breaking 15 mins and a 3rd (Bastionello)almost there.  The Sophs take 3rd as a squad.  Next up was the Varsity and what a race it was, as Cipri breaks the famed 13 min barrier and Gwyn-Rowsom moves to #4 ATX just ahead of Kevin D'Emic.  All 5 scores oin the Varsity hit 13:50 or better  Solid effort. Just as with  the Varsity, the JV would not be denied.  Vitarelli wins the race in dramatic fashion to lead the JV to the team title. We had 12 under 15 mins Not bad for the first meet

The 7 guys who brought the trophy back home to 16th Street for the 6th year in a row, 12th time overall
9/19 Jim Scott Invitational-  Dominant performance on all Levels.  We sweep the three levels. Oliver and Ethan lead the Frosh with a 1-2 finish. The varsity places 7 guys in the top 9 in a race that saw all guys finish under 10:40  Jack Pappas and Connor Anderson Lead the JV with a 1-2 finish  Really impressive coming off a hard weekend of work.

Uniform Price lists- Print out the appropriate page. Make all Checks payable to Xavier and bring payment to Mr. Hundley in the AThletic Office.  Juniors and seniors will get stuff Thursday, Freshman and Sophomores on Friday.  Everyone is required to get the uniform and sweats. Please see Mr. Dormer if there is any question or problem.



Varsity 7 on the line to start the 2016 XC Season
9/17 Bob Pratt Invite-For the 1st time in almost 2 decades, the Xavier Knights traveled to Suffolk county for a race.  It was a great way to start the season.  We had a 8 guys finish top 10 in their races.  Oliver Branham-Upton wins his 1st high school race. Josef Oettl and Jerardo Perez take 2nd in their respective races.  Great start to the season.





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