track and Field 2014-2015
2/1 Frosh / Soph Intersectional Champs- This year's
edition of this great meet is at St. Athnony's High School in South
Hungtinton Long Island. IF
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need to know who needs a ride so I can order the correct amount of buses
BY 5th period Friday The Bus will leave at 6:30 am The 1st event is
scheduled to go off at 9 a.m..The meet will be over at 2:30 pm
1/31- Armory Invitational- The 4x800 of Camacho,
Ronan, Clarke and Rice are invited to race in this prime time meet.
Report to armory at 12 noon
1/30 Jesuits Champs- Due to the weather this week, we will
all be competeing at The Jesuit Champs this Friday Night. It will be
a late meet so tell your parents.
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buses BY 5th period Thursday. The Field events start at 6:30p.m.
Running start at 7 p.m. The buses will leave Xavier at 5 p.m. and
return at 10 p.m.
1/25- NYCHSAA and Varsity
City Championships- What a dominant performance. The first
time the league combines the NY and BQ championships. Xavier proves beyond
a doubt that we are the best Catholic team in the City.The meet starts off
with a bang as Matt Baker and Brandon Efap go 1-2 to grab10 points.
Followed quickly, by Henry Camacho's tremendous 2:00 run in the 800.
The 4x400's go 1st and 4th. Not to be outdone, the 4x200's qualify 2
teams for the finals. The A team of
Kairie-Onah-Cocoves-Santos-Shevett will go on and post the #3 ATX
time. Then things start rolling. Vazquez and Cipri score big points
in the 3200, JC Rice sets the school record in the 1000 as he and Dominick
Ronan go 2-3 in the 1000 By Now we have amassed 46 points (enough to
win) and then we start pouring it on. 2 guys score in the 600, 2 in
the 300, 3 in the 400, 2 in the 1600, 2 in the high Jump, 2 in Long Jump,a
4x800 relay and 2 4x200 relays. When it was over we had amassed 93.5
points in the sectionals, 81 points in the City champs. We end up
witha margin of victoty of 38 points in bith championships.
The City Champ trophy was donated by St. Francis Prep in honor of their
long time coach Jim McHugh. Mr. McHugh, a Korean War veteran, was on
hand to present the award to the seniors.
1/25- NYCHSAA Freshman, Weight
Championships- A great meet for the Freshman squad.
they were battling sickness and they ran tough. They were able to
finish 3rd in both The Sectionals and City champs. Val Ferraro had a
banner day as he sets the Freshman record in the 400 and #2ATX in the 300.
Dorian Ryan makes the ATX list for the 55 and Raphael Oettl posts the #2
ATX in the 3200 meters. A great day.
Hatheway drops a monster pr in the 400 break 53.
Stanner Games- A Great day at the armory as school records
fall. The frosh SMR record was 1st to go followed by the 3200 Meters
(3000 in route) and the varsity Long Jump. The Duo of Clarke and Moe run
MONSTER 600's going #2and #3 ATX. Lambert Soars to 22'11.5" All
three milers hit big pr'sWhat a great tune up for the Championships
1/14 Millrose Time
Trials- A great night for the races. The 4x800 and 4x200 make the Millrose Games.
It is the 4th year in a row that the knights of 16th street will be
running in this historic meet, but it is the 1st time that we qualfiy 2
relays. The night started with the B and C 4x800 relays running some
monster pr's. 6 of the 8 guys run pr's and 6 guys break 2:10 for the
800. Then there was a wait for the A 4x800. The senior heavy
squad (3 seniors) ran with great poise as they knew that they just needed
to be in the top 6 to make the meet. henry Camacho ran a great
lead off hitting 2:02, followed by a monster leg by Dominick Ronan
(1:57) Lou Vazquez keep us in the hunt with a strong 3rd leg (2:05
pr) and frank Clarke ran a great anchor leg (1:59) to grab the invite to
the bug meet. Just as the 4x800 finished it's warm down, it was time
for the 4x200 to put on a show. Charlie Lambert(22.0) blasted out of
the gates and established a lead that the sprint squad would never give
up. Oliver Moe laid down a great leg (22.4) and passed off to Andrew
Kairie (23.5) Stephen Sgarlati would cruise home (23.7) in a time of
1:31.97 which got us the 3rd fastest time. that gets us into the
Millrose sprint relay for the First time (making history) Congrats
to both relays
Games- Historic performances. John Rice runs a monster
4:13.31 for the full mile. It was justa great race, john was patient
and made his move He Ran really even (2:07-2:06) Just a
tremendous effort. Oliver Moe post the #2 ATX in the 400. Frank
clarke hist #5 ATX 400 time as well. Dominick Ronan the #8 ATX time
in the 800 and knocks Mr. Bernstein off the list. Not to be out done
the Freshman go 1-2 in the freshman mile, Raphael Oettl takes 1st wand the
Freshman school Record (old Record held by J Rice) and Michael Crorkin
takes 2nd with 5:00 for the full mile.
Sophomore Championships= Sophs take 2nd behind a
tremendous effort. Giancarlo Cipri and Will McCann go 1-3 in both the 1600
and 3200 meter runs. We rack up double scorers in most of the events, 20
Sophomores score 40 points to take home the silver plaque
1/9 Hayes Games-
Dante Perez's monster 3200 highlights this meet as he takes 3rd with his
1st time under 11 minutes
Shore- Hre are the results. Relay Splits are to come
12/27- Grinch Games- Everyone be at Fordham at 10
a.m. Directions below
12/18- Jump Fest/ Throw
Down- Finally the results are posted
12/20- Bishop Loughlin
Games- A great meet that sees the knights take the team
title and set school records and take #1 spot in the 4X800.
Invite- Finally the results are posted
From Long Island/Queens and
Hutchinson River Parkway North
Pelham Parkway West
for approximately two miles until the road splits following the Bronx
River Parkway Underpass. Stay right up a small hill and make a right at
the light (Kazmiroff/Southern Boulevard). Turn left at the next light into
the main parking lot.
Side: Take the
F.D. Roosevelt Dr.
. After crossing bridge, follow the Bruckner Expressway to the
Bronx River Parkway
Bronx River Parkway
Exit (7W). Bear right up a small hill as the road splits following the
underpass, then make a right at the light (Kazmiroff/Southern Blvd.) Turn
left at next light into the main parking lot.
, and after bridge follow signs for the Cross Bronx Expressway. Take the
Cross Bronx Expressway to the
Bronx River Parkway
, and take the
exit. Bear right up a small hill as the road splits following the
underpass, then make a right at the light (Kazmiroff/Southern Boulevard).
Turn left at the next light into the main parking lot.
Take the #4 train to the
station. Walk down
Bedford Park Blvd.
(formerly Southern Blvd.) Make a right and proceed to the
gate directly behind the Prep. The guard will direct you to
Take the D train to the
station. Walk down
Bedford Park Blvd.
(formerly Southern Blvd.) Make a right and proceed to the
gate directly behind the Prep. The guard will direct you to
The #ís 9,12 and 22 buses stop at
gate. The guard will direct you to
Val Ferraro and Coach Rad show off 1st medal of the indoor season. (55 HH)
Relay Carnival- The indoor season starts off with a bang.
The frosh DMR wins by 20 seconds, The Varsity Long Jump relay grabs the
gold with a school record. The Junior quartet of Tiong Smith,
Kairie-Mumbi, Clark and Karam take gold with a great victory in the
DMR. The Race of the day was the Varsity 4x400. This foursome
of Frank Clarke, Andrew Kairie-Mumbi, Charlie Lambert and Oliver Moe drop
a monster time on the meet. They set the varsity school record and
they are presently the #1 team in the nation.
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UNIFORMS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED AFTER SCHOOL
WEDNESDAY 12/17 IN THE
Regionals- Lou Vazquez and Dante Perez brave the elements to bring
the cross country season to closed.
This was a history season- here
is a recap on some of the history we made.
Top Times for the season
11/15 NYS Federations-Our
best finish ever. The team sets a school record for the 5 man
average on the course. John Rice sets the school record for the
course. He becomes the 1st Knight to break 16 mins. All 7
runners rank in the top 15 ATX. Truly an inspirational race as two
Knights (Raslowsky and Cipri) go down during the race, but they get up and
finish strong. We take 4th in the State.
A great end to the season as Ben Karam break 14:00 and Neil McEnery breaks
The Cross Country State Rankings are out and we are ranked
4th. We have been ranked top 10 all season.
The Varsity 7 with their Silver Plaque. Best Finish since 1931
Championships- We knew that we had a tremendous task ahead of us,
but we were determined to make history. And that is what we
did. We qualify for the NY State Federations for the 7th time in
school history. 4th year in a row. ( 1999,
2013) The day started with
Tom Sternglass leading the JV C by winning the race. Tom, who was
coming off injury, too a chance and ran a great race leading from
wire to wire. Also in the race we see Neil McEnery drop his time to
15:15. This represents a 2:12 drop from his first race this
year. Neil shows that hard work pays off The JV C would take
3rd with Newcomer Donavan Brady finishing as the 3rd scorer on the squad
as he drops a huge PR
Next up was the Varsity. A great three way race unfolded in the back
as John Rice battled, Tucker and Lundy. Behind him the rest of the
Varsity 7 ran an inspired race. Christian Raslowsky run #2 ATX with
a 13:01 posting to take 7th over all. This would be the fastest
CHSAA Championship in League History. (ex D'Emic took 2nd with a
13:07 posting in 2007) We run 13:10.65 for a 5 man average (this is the
school record) top 6 guys were all in the top 21 and earn All Star status
JV A takes 3rd Place as a team. Raphael Oetll paces the team with a
sub 14 min posting. Henry Camacho takes 7th place overall and we get
6 guys under 15 in this race 5 man average is 14:23
JV B takes 3rd as well. The squad is lead by the two Freshmen
Crorkin and Donahue who earn their varsity letters by breaking 15 mins (#3
and #5 ATX Frosh respectively) 3 guys go Sub 15 min in this race.( 5 man average
Freshman and Sophomore Championships- The weather does not
cooperate this weekend. The rain just kept coming, all day.
The day started off with Raphael Oetll, Mike Crorkin and Aidan Donahue all
place in the top 7 of the Frosh A Race. Raphael takes the win, becoming
the 3rd Knight to win the individual title in the past 5 years. (e.
Kaufmann and J Rice were the other two guys. We get 3 guys under the
magical 9 minute barrier, all 7 guys under 10 mins. The Frosh A
Team take 3rd as the team runs a great effort in the rain. The Frosh
B team is led by Kehoe as he breaks 10 mins giving us 8 under 10 on the
day. The Frosh C team hangs in for a gutsy race. The Freshman take
3rd in all 3 levels.
Up Next was the Sophs, Giancarlo cipri runs a great easy race to be
the First runner from Xavier to win the Soph Crown. Will McCann runs
a monster race and breaks 14:20. The team comes up big and takes 3rd
. The Soph B team had overcome the loss of some key guys, They
are led by Musto and Dormer as the hit pr's to take 3rd place.
On the day there were 5 races and we took 3rd in all 5 races
Sectionals and Varsity City Championships- This meet would
mark the first time that the NY and BQ sections would come together to
crown a City Champion. Since the intersectional meet is now
considered the state Catholic Championship, the meet this past weekend
would become the City Championship for the Varsity.
The day started off great as Rapahel Oettl ran a great race and posted the
#2 ATX Frosh time (edging out Eliot Kaufmann). He would lead the Xavier
Triumerate (Oettl, Crorkin, and Donoahue) to place 3 in the top 5 of the
race. Perez and McIntyre would each drop 40 seconds off their
previous best to help the Freshman take the title for the 2nd time in
The Frosh B squad would toe the line next and they would run inspired
races lead by Brosnan, Vitarelli and Farage, all of whom ran personal best
times.. The killer B's would take home the silver plaque on the day.
The Varsity stepped to the line for the 1st ever City Championships.
We knew going into the race that it was going to be a battle with Fordham
Prep. Last year we lost a close on (45-46), so we prepared that it
might be that close again. We were able to get our 5 scorers across the
line in the top 10 places, but fordham had 4 guys in the top 7. It
became a numbers ge and unfortuantely we came up on the losing side again
32-33. Archbishop Molloy would take 3rd with 114 points. So it
was really just a dual meet. Christian raslowsky would post the
#2ATX (edging out Kevin D'emic who happened to be on hand to witness the
race along woth Ryan Woerner) We would have a 5 man Averag of
On the broght side th JV was dominant, 12 guys in the top 25. That
is right Half of the top 25 guys wore the Maroon and Blue. The top 7
JV were all under 15 mins, with Henry Camacho taking the Gold.
So on the Day we had 2 Individual winners, 2 team golds and 2 team
Coaches Invitational- The last tune up before the Sectional
Champs. the upperclassmen do not disappoint. The Soph squad starts
the day off by running a solid race. They take 4th behind Will
Mccann's 18;20. The JV are up next and the take 2nd as a team with 3
guys in the top 5. Henry Camacho leads the team with a 18:30 posting
. The Varsity were up next and they put on a show. As the race
entered the woods, we have 7 guys in the top 20. When they leave the
woods, we have the top 4 spots and everyone in the top 8. The team
takes the race with a score of 16 points. A dominant
performance. Their 5 man average is over 1;30 better than any other
team in the meet
Frosh Relays- The last time we won this meet, The Juniors
were just born. The year was 1997, Mr. Dormer had hair(yes it is
true) and the Xavier knights won the FP Frosh relays for the 1st
time. This year the Freshman put on a display. Mike Crorking
led off with a great leg, staying right on the heels of Fordham's top
runner. Fordham had a 3 second lead. The 2nd leg ran great as
Perez was able to keep pace with Fordham , but their lead grew a
bit. McIntyre was game, but as he handed off Fordham had pushed
their lead to 15 seconds. Fordham prep was feeling pretty confident,
but then Adian Donahue dropped the hammer on the Rams. He chopped
their lead in half. He picked up almost 8 seconds on the leading
rams. That is when Raphael Oettl went to work. He crushed the
course running the fastest time on the day. He broke 5 mins and
sealed the deal for the Knights. Great team running. The rest
of the freshmen were pumped and they went right out and posted some
tremendous times.. What a great way tpo get ready for the
2014 NYCHSAA SOPH CHAMPS
SOPHOMORE Championships- For the 3rd year in a row we take
the Soph Crown. Giancarlo Cipri takes 1st(4th year in a row we take
this honor) McCann takes 2nd, Kaufmann 4th to lead the charge.
RESULTS TO COME
Hallows- A great day as a majority of these brave runners
hit PR's RESULTS TO COME
Prep Development meet- A meet after school is always tricky
to pull off. But the guys who raced Friday brought their A game.
Every single Upperclassman hit a PR and 9 Frosh did as well (88% for you
math guys) Just some fantastic races as These guys show they are
ready. Michael Iaocobucci drops a 40 seconds PR to lead the Frosh,
Vincent Ioviero adds to the fun with a PR of his own. On the varsity
side, Chris Delmond hits a 16:40 to lead the onslaught on the Top time
list. At this meet average improvements were around 1 min.
Huge effort. Makes the afterschool meet worth while
10/5 Mayor's Cup-
It was a perfect day for a cross country race. The sky was blue and
it was cool. That is when the Knights decided to heat up the
course. First up were the Freshmen, They placed 3 in the top four of
the race, but lose a heartbreaker to Fordham Prep by 2 points. Raphael
Oettl wins the Frosh A race with the fastest time for a freshman on the
day. Next up were the Varsity in the championship race. We set a
number of records on the day, John Rice crushes his own school record by
dropping a 12:24.82 (Which is the #4 time ever by a CHSAA runner.)
John would lose to Marco Pompijl from Collegiate but the team would come
up really big. Christian Razlowsky posted the #3ATX and GianCarlo
Cipri would post the #2 ATX SOPH time. Dominick Ronan and Louis
Vazquez would run huge pr's as well. The Team posted a 13:10 5 Man
average, Which is a 20 second improvement on the School Record. Rounding
out the Top 7 was Ben Karam who almost broke 14:00 with a 1403 posting and
Tom Sternglass who went sub 14:30. Not to be outdone, The JV took
the line next and put on a show taking 1st and 3rd Individually while
crushing the competition. The top 4 JV guys were under 15 minutes
and the next 3 runners were seperated by 2 seconds. Tremendous Pack
Running.. On the Day we had 2 individual winners and 2 Team
championships. Great way to spend a Sunday in the Park.
Info for the Freshman and Sophomores- Print this form out,
put your name on it and bring it in tomorrow. we will be handing out
uniforms Today 9/18/14
Info for the Juniors and Seniors- Print out this form and
come to the commons today after school
9/27 McQuaid Invitational-
Our 21st consecutive trip up north brings us great results. The day
started off with tom Sternglass taking 5th place in the JV race. He
would lead 6 JV guys under 18 minutes. The JV takes 2nd place to
Upstate powerhouse Pittsford Mendon. They set the JV school record
for the 5 man average. Top 5 JV guys all in the top 25 runners in the
race. A great start to the day. In the Varsity race, we faced
the #3 team in NY Pittsford Mendon and our archrival Fordham Prep.
John Rice took a chance and ran to a school record of 15:10. John now has
the 3 fastest times in school history at McQuaid. Christian Raslowsky and
Giancarlo Cipri run a furious last mile and grab spots in the top 15.
Dominick Ronan also breaks the magical barrier of 16mins. It was a
close team battle, and we came out victorious taking down Pittsford Mendon
and Fordham Prep( 87-89-94). Freshman Raphael Otell set the Freshman
School Record for the McQuaid Course by breaking 17 minutes.
Invitational- The Freshmen keep on rolling. Michael
Crockin takes 2nd in the Frosh A race in a personal best time of
9:12. He leads the A team to a 2nd place finsh. In The B race,
Adian Donahue races to the front and takes the gold, and he leads the B
team to a 2nd place finish as well. Ted Colter, Matt Mirto and Donovan
Brady lead the Sophs to a 3rd place finish by virtue of their sub 17
minute performances. Christian Tiong-Smith, Isaac Parker and Pat
Sullivan lead the Juniors to a second place finish with their sub 15:40
performances. Danny Swammy leads the senior squad with his 16:25
Invitational- Here are the qualifiers for McQuaid. See
Mr. Dormer if you have any questions
The XC State Rankings are out and we are
#8 in the state. Week 1
The Varsity completes the 4- PEAT
9/22- Jim Scott 2 Mile challenge-
We raced over the weekend and were felling a little tired, but that did
not stop us from going out there and giving it our best shot. The
Varsity ran as a team and pulled out the victory. It is our 4th in a
row and 10th overall. This means we take the all time series lead (
Xavier 10, Fordham 9, Regis 3). We also Saw Frank Clarke set the JV
meet record in the mile with a 4:51 which lead the JV to the team title.
Raphael Otell continued his winning ways and set the Frosh Meet Record
while the Frosh take the team title. So that is 3 team titles and 2
Meet Records. Not bad for a day when everyone was tired. Hard
Work does pay off.
The Hydra racing during the first mile
9/20 Warwick Wave Mania Invitational-
A great trip up north. We went against the Preseason #4 and
#5. In a close battle we lost to Warwick(#4) and beat Mount Academy
(#5). John Rice starts his senior campaign with a victory and the
Hydra made its prescence felt.
The Knights take on VCP to start the season. The Frosh have the
individual winners in both Freshman races. (Otell wins A , Crorkin wins
B). The Sophs post some great times, The Juniors run as a pack
Overall a great day at VCP
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TO VAN CORTLANDT PARK
the 1 train to the last stop
. Exit walk toward the Burger
park is diagonally across from Burger King.
We meet at the finish line which is located across from where you enter the Park
We are along the tree line.
CAR : Take the Major
Deegan Expressway to the Van Cortlandt Park South exit.
As you exit bear right. Continue
straight ahead toward
Broadway, bear right at Broadway. Proceed
down Broadway to the area of the Park diagonally across from Burger King. We meet at the
finish line which is located across from where you enter the Park We are
along the tree line.