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CROSS COUNTRY 2016
I will be updating all the past results and records over the next few weeks
OUTDOOR TRACK 2016
Outdoor Schedule Posted
6/5 Eastern States- Here are the events If you are meeting us at Iona Prep be there at 8:30 a.m. If you need a ride be at Xavier at 7:30 a.m.
5/26- CHSAA CHAMPIONSHIPS- Here are the reposting times and events
5/21 NYCHSAA and NYC CHSAA Championships- Update to come
5/9- Frosh Soph NYCHSAA Championships- Tremendous effort by both the Freshman and Sophomiores as they take on the City's finest and have some impressive performances. The sophs win big over Fordham Prep (73-54) and the Freshmen place 6th just missing the top 5 in a very competative meet. Individual Crowns won by Oettl (3200) Heaney (Javelin) Rameriez (Long Jump) and the 4x800. Lots of guys really step it up.
4/29-4/30 Penn Relays- The 4x800 runs the best time of the season and breaks 8 mins. The 4x400 runs a compegtative race and they get medals for their effort.
4/30 Nassau Coaches Meet- a great trip out the island sees many personal bests.
4/22 Jesuits- A great night under the lights Good weather and Fast times what a way to spend a Friday night. Some great races and ATX postings. Val Ferraro make it to the record books 3 times in one meet (110 HH, 100M and 200 M) The Freshmen send the league a wake up call with a well balanced attack in the JV meet. Congrats to Fitz on winning the JV 3200 Meters.
4/9 Nanuet Relays- A good start to the season as the seniors go up North. Meet shorten due to Weather
4/9 Comet Relays at Hackensack- A nice trip to Jersey as the 3 man Jav record falls. Lots of medals int he Frosh 4x800 Xavier runs 14 4x800 relays
INDOOR TRACK 2015-2016
3/5 NYS Federation Championships- The state Federation meet was held at Cornell for the last time. Three guys traveled North to represent us. Matt Baker had the best day soaring to a 47' school record, personal best and 3rd place finish
2/20 Millrose Games- for the 5th year in a row the Knights invade the millrose games. The 4x200 posts the #3ATX enroute to a silver medal performance. The 4x800 puts up the #4ATX as the run an 8:02 time. Oettl breaks 2 for the first time with a 1:58 on the 2nd leg.
2/19 Georgetown Trip- Great Way to end the season. We have some great races, wins by Tiong Smith in the 500 and Gwyn-Rowsom in the 1600.
2/13 CHSAA Varsity Championships- We had a good day in Staten Island as 3 knights are able to punch their tickets to the State Federation meet. Dominick Ronan runs a personal best in the 1600 meters to take 3rd, Giancarlo Cipri does the same in the 3200 meters. Matt Baker cpomes up big and wins the CHSAA Catholic State Title with a 46' triple jump. We get 2 relays into the finals and medal in both relays (4x200-3rd place and 4x400- 2 nd place.) For the 8th championship in a row we place in the top 3 (including all seasons)
1/31 NYCHSAA Sectional and BQ/NY City Champs- There are days when you know that you just have to put it all out there in order to accomplish your goals. This was one of those days. The breaks seemed to be going to the other teams all day long. To their credit the Cardinals from Hayes brought their A game and the came after us since we were the defending champs. One fact that is true about our team is that competition brings out the best in us. We had a hard fought battle to win the Sectional and City title. for Sectionals we had to fend off Hayes and Fordham Prep. For the city title, the Stanners from Molloy showed that they were ready to race and once again Fordham was in the Hunt. Our Day started off with 2 victories, Giancarlo Cipri ran a tactical race to take the Sectional and City 3200 meter title. He was able to run negative splits running the last 400 in 62 seconds. Next up was the 4x400 of Woody, Oettl, Colter and Kiarie-Mumbi, Hayes was in the lead till the last leg when Kiarie dropped the hammer and pulled away for the win. In the 800 Tiong Smith grabbed 3rd place, while Matt Baker soared to a school and Meet record of 46'6" in the triple jump. This effort would net him the MVP of the meet. Two Juniors, Busutill and McGraw found their ways into the scoring with 5th place finished in their respective jumps (triple and High). The 1000 meters saw two sophomores step up and score as Gywn-Rowsom and MacDonnell were able to get 4th and 5th in the section. Their effort was lead by Dom Ronan who ran two great races taking 3rd in both the 1000 and 600 meters. By this time we were ahead of Hayes 43-41 with 5 events to go in the sectionals. The 400 meters became a huge race for us as Ryan Woody ran a perfect race to grab the title. Meanwhile Soph Val Ferraro showed that he is truly a varsity athlete as he ran a gutsy race to grab 5th place and a huge point that we needed to stay ahead of Hayes. We were tied with Archibishop Molloy at 23 with Fordham close behind at 20. Over the next two events, All three teams would pull even with 29 points in the City battle. This is where the never say die attidtude of the Knights came into play. We were able to score big points in the 3200 Relay thanks to two sophs and two seniors. Kiarie then went out and on tired legs ran a tough 300 to put us ahead. The Last event of the meet was the City 4x200 meter relay final. Seeded 4th from the trials, the knights had their work cut out for them. A great lead off leg by Defreitas put us in the running and Baker got us right up on Hayes' shoulder. Obas ran the race of his life to give the stick to Javier Ovalles in striking distance. Ovalles would not be denied as he dropped a monster 21.98 to secure the win, the meet record but most importantly the SCHOOL RECORD. It is so hard to win a title in this league, but to do it two years on a row is a great testament to how hard the team has worked this year. The coaches could not be prouder.
1/16 Stanner Games-Great races and times against some of the top teams on the east coact. Dom Ronan, Giancarlo Cipri, Andrew Defreitas and Andrew Kiarie-Mumbi post some of the top times of the season as the Varsity uses the Stanner games as a tune up for the Championship season.
1/9 Freedom Games- We sent 20 guys to Staten Island for this new meet and they ran great. We saw fast times in every event from the 300(3 guys under 37) to the 1600(3 guys under 4:35) Dom Ronan hits a big pr in the 1000 Meters and helps Raph Oettl claim the Sophomore School Record..
1/8 Weight Sectionals and Hayes Games- It was a late night at Fordham, but it was worth the wait as a vast majority of the guys at this meet drop big pr's. Aidan Donahue and Fergus MacDonnell win their Varsity events and lead the way in scoring for the team.
Weight and Novice Championships and Varsity Invitational- Bret
Bernstein and Andrew Zawistowski (Xavier class of 2034) came by to see the
squad in action. They were not disappointed as the team began to
make changes to the ATX lists. The Weight champs was highlighted by
Andrew Hernandez who won the Midget 55 meter dash in school record
time. The Varsity 4x200 posted the #10 time in the USA with a season
best 1:31.43 posting. The Varsity 4x800 put two teams ion the top
5 with the A team posting the #11 time in the USA with an 8:08
time. The SMR hit 3:40 which ranks them #6 in the country.
12/26 North Shore Invite- Here are the race assignments. BE ON TIME If you are not listed here you are racing at Grinch Games. Reporting times are listed
12/27 Grinch Games- If you are racing this meet, be at Fordham at 10 a.m. If you need a ride, the Bus leaves Xavier at 9 a.m. if you need a ride. everyone will compete in two events. (one individual one relay)
12/19 Bishop Loughlin Games Some great performances as the Knights take Staten Island by storm. The day is highlighted by the 4x200 as they take 2nd and 9th place. Both teams under 1:35, the A team breaking 1:32 ( 4th year in a row) They also post the #5 NY and #9 USA time. Dom Ronan proves that he is a miler with his personal best (#7 NY and #12 USA time)
12/19 Ignatian Games Some great races. We run 21 relays. Lots of personal best. The Sophomore class really step up and show they are ready for Varsity competition.
12/18 Team Christmas party- Once again we will have
the team Christmas party in 3L7 before the start of Christmas at
Xavier. Be there at 7:30 a.m.
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12/12 CHSAA Relay Carnival- A greta way to start the season. Soph throwers come up big taking 2nd as a relay. The Varsity 4x400 defends their relay title with a convincing win. The Soph 4x800 meter relay record falls in convincing fashion as the sophs post a sub 8:20 time. The SMR hit 3:41 A good start to big season.
11/21 Jesuit Champs at VCP- Whata great end to the season as the team honors the memory of Brooklyn Prep and puts on a great performance.. Many of the seniors run great times for their last time.
11/7 CHSAA FROSH CHAMPS The Freshmen make a statement as a majority for the team hits personal bests for their championships. The A Squad is lead by Anderson, Sherlock and Fitzgerald who all make the All time Xavier list with their sub 10 min posting. The team is able to get a tie for 8th place with Monsignor Farrell. The B Squad is lead by Bastionello who runs an inspired monster Pr and breaks the 10 min barrier on his way to a top 10 finish. Not to be out done the C squad rallys for a 4 th place team finish. A great way to end the league season for the Freshmen. Next up for them is Jesuits on Nov 21st.
10/17 Freshman XC Relays at VCP: The Freshmen take on the annual relays. The A team scores medals Anderson runs the fastest lead off leg on the day, with Bastianello running the fastest interior leg. We pu 5 teams across the line, one of the largest teams on the day
10/10 Manhattan College Invitational- History is made, Raslowsky is the 1st Knight to win a race at the largest meet in the country. The Varsity sets the school record in the 5 Man Average, Raphael Oettl takes down the Sophomore school record. The JV takes 3rd in the fastest JV race of the day. The Sophomores take 4th and the Freshmen post a 7:13 5 man average.
10/9 All Hallows- The rain ended the meet early, but the Freshmen got their race in and they ran tough in the rain.
Invitational- Our annual trip up north bears some great
results Despite the cold wet weather, the team came to race.
First up was the JV, lead by the duo of Kaufmann and Parker, both who ran
very even splits the team would take 7th place. Next up was the Soph
Squad ledby Fergus MacDonnell who found his way into the record books by
posting a sub 17:30 time.
Invitational- A Perfect fall day at the park. Cooler
weather lead to fast times. Up first were the Freshman A race
Fitzgerald and Hoey pace the team with a sub 11 minute posting. In
Freshman B Race we have 3 guys go under the 11 minute barrier (Sherlock,
keyes and Moriority) Both Freshman Squads take 3rd place as a
team.. In the Soph Race Aidan Donohue and Fergus MacDonnell pace the
team with 5 Sophs under 16 Minutes.They also take 3rd. The Juniors
have Kaufmann up front as he breaks 15 minutes to lead them to a 2nd Place
finish. The Varsity then go out and run a great race placing 4
guys in the top 9. They win the race posting a 13:31 5 man
average. 3rd team win in 8 days A great weekend
9/19- Regis Invitational- Capatin Pat Sullivan, who is recovering from a wrist injury, leads the rest of the seniors with a 15:19 posting. A solid start to the season, the Sophs look solid as a squad and the Freshmen get their 1st taste of competition. Congrats to Regis for having its largest meet ever (54 teams and over 1,000 runners)
Uniform Order forms
As the season gets started, we are looking forward to building on the great tradition of the past 20 years. It will be a great challenge but the coaches believe that we are up to the task. The varsity starts the season ranked in the top 10 in the state. Click here for rankings Remember Rankings are writen on paper, the races are run on the course. We go nowhere if you don't put the work in
WE ARE DOING THINGS DIFFERENTLY IN REGARD TO PAPERWORK THIS YEAR: Magnus Health Student Medical Records (SMR) will be collecting our Health and Consent Information. Attached you will find the letter directing you to go the Magnus Health Portal to upload your information. If you are having trouble, the Magnus Health (SMR) contact information is 877-461-6831 or email@example.com. This ,ust be done prior to cross country camp.
In order for the coaching staff to have access to your medical clearance, you need to have signed up for Cross country. Freshmen should do so below. ANY UPPERCLASSMAN, who did not sign up in June, needs to email Mr. Dormer directly, in order to be included on the roster.
Failure to submitt your Paperwork on time will delay the start of your season.
FRESHMAN SIGN UP SHEET- All Freshman should sign up here so we can make sure we have all the paper work for the first practice.
now have a twitter page so we can send text messages to all
athletes/parents in case of any last minute changes. You can view
our page on-line at www.twitter.com/xaviertrack
You will need to set up a twitter account first then Text FOLLOW xaviertrack to 40404. Text exactly what is in blue. If you do this on your cell phone, whenever we post something on our twitter page, you will get a text message. This will only be used for last minute changes.
Junior and Soph Sprints:
Jumpers and Hurdlers
Bring a bottle of water to practice everyday.
CROSS COUNTRY RECORDS are UPDATED by 12/4/13