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INDOOR TRACK 2015-2016

Indoor Schedule is now posted

Indoor Roster- Please check this list to make sure that we have your info correct. (spelling)

 Indoor Sign upsClick here and fill out the attached form.  Returing team members and all Cross counry runners must sign up as well. LAST DAY TO SIGN UP IS WEDNESDAY 11/25


11/28 Regionals- Reporting times posted.  If you need a ride speak with Mr. dormer ASAP

Mr. Dormer with the Hardware
11/21 NY Federation Championships-  In the closest battle in meet History the Knights take 2nd place by a mere  2 points.  As a team not even mentioned as having a chance to win by the experts in the State, the Knights proved that they were more than capabale of making a run for the title.  Lead by inspired team running that placed the top 5 within 33 seconds of each other, the runners from the concrete jungle proved that they were comfortable in any setting.  When I started coache over 20 years ago, I was happy if  we could get one or two runners into the meet, but to watch 7 guys post top 25 ATX performances on the same day takes my breath away.  The Knights did what all Knights do, they left it all out on the course. 

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.

11/14- CHSAA Championships-SO CLOSE.  An insprired day at VCP.  The day started off great as the JV C ran some great PR's as they took 3rd place.  They would set the tone for the day as all teams finished in the top 3 on the day. Mena, Brady, Berg and Norako all break 16 minutes to lead the team.  Next up was the Varsity.  The team ran great placing all 7 guys in the top 28. All 5 scorers in the top 19.  We lose a tough one to St. Anthony's  42-54.  Christian Raslowsky and Giancarlo Cipri both finish in the top 7 to receive All League A team honors. It really was a close one as the two teams got 5 scorers in the top 20 but the numbers just were not in our favor.  The JV A comes up big with a huge win.  Aidan Donohue takes 2nd as an individual to lead to squad. Great pack running puts 3 guys in the top 5 of the race.  On the last race of the day, Neil
McEnerney comes up big taking 2nd place to lead the team to a 3rd place tie with Kellenberg.

We qualify for the NY State Federations for the 8th time in school history 5th year in a row (
1999, 2000, 2007, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)

11/7 CHSAA SOPH CHAMPS- DOMINANT WIN.  That is the only way I can think of describing what happened on the hallowed fields of VCP for the Class of 2018 this past weekend.  It was a perfect day for the Soph Squad who were determined to run their own race.  That race plan worked out great as the rest of the league was waiting to see what they would do.  Relaxed to the bridge was the game plan for all the Sophs, but that is where the flood gates openned.  In the A race, Our team moved at the Bridge, Raph and Sawyer would pull away from the fiedl after Highway hill and Mike, Aidan and Fergus would push the pace thru the hills.  Jerardo(14th man to break 15 this season) and Xander would make sure that no one else would be able to get close. All 5 scorers would be in the top 15 of the race.  The 5 man Average would be the 6th fastest 5 man average in school history among the Varsity.  Last year as freshmen, they finished a distance 3rd, this year as Sophomores they won by 44 points.  The B squad was also looking to make some history of their own.  They would pack 5 scores into the top 13 of their race and post a sub 16 min 5 man average  Cruz and Lewis post huge pr's as they place 2nd and 4th in the race.  Truly a great day for the Sophomore Knights.  As always it was great to hear the Fight Song after the victory.

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.

10/31- NYCHSAA Sectionals and NYC City Champs-  A great day in the park.  After 5 years in a row of finishing 2nd (2010-2014)The Varsity is able to take the NYCHSAA title for the 3rd time in school history.  Also we were able tyo take the NYC Champs defeating all the BQ schools as well.  Christian Raslowski lowers his personal best to 12:51.  In the Sectional scoring, it is Sophomore Michael Crorkin whose pr on the day seals the win for us.  Not to be outdone the JV runs a great race placing all 5 scorers in the top 7 seperated by 10 seconds.  Solid performance.  The Freshman run a great race and take 3rd as a squad.

10/17- Nassau Coaches Invitational- We were looking for a fast 5K for the Varsity to run and we certainly found that at Bethpage state park.  The Soph squad that was running it's 3 race in 8 days, was led by Zion Lewis and they were able to take 3rd place in a very competative race.  Next up was the JV and they ran Great.  The top 7 JV guys were all in the top 15 of this huge race. Sophomore Aidan Donahue leads this squad as he breaks 18 mins.They post a 5 man average of 18:13  Next to toe the line was the Varsity and they would run some great times.  We get 6 guys in the top 9 of the race and all 6 break 17 Minutes.  On the Day we win 2 races, have an individual winner, and 2 nd place finishes, not a bad day on the Island

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


The 2015 NYCHSAA SOPHOMORE CHAMPIONS (traditional pose)
10/14- NYCHSAA Sophomore Sectionals-  Sophs take the team title for the 4th Year in a row.  Aidan Donohue is the 5th Individual winner for Xavier in a row.  Great team racing  4 seconds seperate the top 5 as they sweep the top 5 spots to win. Great effort as Xavier fields the largest Soph Squad 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.

9/28- McQuaid 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.
The Varsity took the line next and they did not disappoint.  At the 2 mile mark all 8 guys running Varsity were under 11 mins. Raslowsky would throw down a school record with a 15:10.2 posting with 4 guys breaking 15:40.  We would finish 2nd as a team to Pittsford Mendon the #3 team in the state. Our 15:36.4 5 man average would be good enough for us to win the Glavin Cup for the 3rd year in a row

9/26 Xavier 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

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Varsity With Mr. Dan Scott '84 as they celebrate the 5 peat
Impressive results as the Varsity run as pack to beat Fordham 23-32.  The JV posted an impressive win as well 22-33 over fordham and Regis  The Freshmen run tough and take 2nd  


Season starts off strong with guys racing together
9/19 Monroe-Woodbury Pre State Invitational- As is our tradition we look for a good test to start the season.  Many state "experts" consider us an after thought for the race.  We go on and run a disciplined race and we end up with a great victory.  A great way to start the season.  But it was a very hot day and as we all know hard work now will yeild good results later in the season.   On the Merge of all varsity races we take 4th.  On the day we defeat 25 teams that were ranked in the pre season, including 3 who were ranked ahead of us

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

Freshman Order forms                           Upperclassmen 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  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.

The results from last year moved to Results Archives




We 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

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.


Varsity XC:  
Distance Squad Info
11/24 Westside
11/25 Westside
11/26 OYO 4 Miles
11/27 OYO 3 Miles
11/28 Regionals

11/24 OYO 3 Miles
11/27 OYO 5 Miles
11/28 OYO 5 Miles
11/29 OYO 6 Miles

Frosh XC:
11/24 OYO 3 Miles
11/27 OYO 3 Miles
11/28 OYO 5 Miles
11/29 OYO 5 Miles

Varsity Pre season:
11/24 East River
11/25 OYO
11/26 Off
11/27 OYO
11/28 OYO
11/29 OYO

New Runners:
11/24 East River
11/25 OYO
11/26 Off
11/27 OYO
11/28 OYO
11/29 OYO

Throw Squad 
1117 20 Weight Room
commons on Monday

Bring a bottle of water to practice everyday.