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OUTDOOR TRACK AND FIELD 2019

SIgn up for OUtdoor here- If you are going to run Outdoors you must sign up even if you did indoors

PRACTICE ON MONDAY 3/11
FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORES MEET AT XAVIER AT 11:30 A.M. TO HEAD TO EAST RIVER (ALL GROUPS BUT THROWERS)

JUNIORS AND SENIORS MEET AT EAST RIVER AT 3:15 P.M. THROWERS MEET IN COMMONS AT 3 P.M.

Workouts for the Break- Workouts will be posted here

INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD 2018-2019

2/15 North Shore Pre Nationals Invite- Here are the race assignments for Friday

2/9 CHSAA Varsity Championships- A great end to the season for a majority of the team. Highlights included the Frosh taking #1 and #3 ATX Frosh for the 4x800.

Here are the Guys who qualified for Varsity CHSAA Champs.


2 /2 CHSAA Freshman Sophomore Championships at OceanBreeze A great day in Staten Island.  The Freshman have a great performance as a team.  They score 10 Points in the 1st events.  FLett and Hawkes take individual State CHSAA titles, many guys step up to score as we get points in 10 out of 15 events. The Sophs rally and improve on their finish from last year highlighted by the 4x800 winning the State Title.  Hot time by Whiting in the 600 as he drops a lifetime best of 1:32

1/27 NYCHSAA Varsity and Weight Sectionals and City Champs- Some great races in a hard fought Meet, The 4x200 takes 3rd in the section and 3rd in the city running season best times.  The 4x400 also takes 3rd and the 4x800 takes 2nd.  Many younger guys stepping up to score including Freshman Finn McCauley who scores in the Varsity High jump.  Great signs of things to come

 


1/19 NYCHSAA Freshman/ Sophomore Sectional and City Championships-  What a great day for the young knights at OceanBreeze.  The meet started off with Quincy Flett winning the the 3200 and Hassler and Goell scoreing in the Soph 3200. It continued as the Soph 4x2 proves why it is important to practice sticks everyday as they take the win. Mike Hawkes and Dan Carolan add valuable points in the Frosh 800 as Mike wins and Dan takes 5th.  Not to be out done  3 Sophs score in the 1000 with some impressive times. (O'Shea 2:52 Whiting 2:56 Asaro 3:04) In the 1600 We have 2 Freshman Score (Moser and Nicolas) and the Duo of Tuffey and Toledo take 1st and 3rd and bring home 9 points.  In the 400 Oettl wins the events from the 3rd heat.  In the relays we score valuable points We had 8 relays (32 guys) score points for the team.  In the Field events, we see the freshmen score in two of the Jumping events as two guys score in the triple jump (Boutsikakis and Nicolas) and McCauley brings home the high jump title in style with a 5'4" clearance.  Ryan wong scores for the Sophs in the triple jump with a 3 foot pr.  The future sure looks bright as the Freshman take 2nd and the Sophs win the Sectional title.  Both teams place 2nd in the City Championships

1/19 New Balance Games-  Some fast time as the Varsity tune up for their sectionals this week.


1/12 Stanner Games  Great results as the team continues its prep for Championship season.  The 4x400 runs a season best 3:33.  
(That's 53 a man)  Sophs step up big time in their first big time meet.

1/7 USATF Trials  We will run one 4x8 and one 4x2  everyone else has practice

1/4 Hayes Games/Freedom Games-  A friday night meet that yeilds some great racwes.  We saw some fire as the Freshmen win the 25th Annual Hayes Games.  In the final event we had 96 knights run the 400. (a school record)

12/29 CHSAA Novice Weight Champs/ Varsity Invite- Here are the results from the meet over break

12/19 Jesuits Indoor Relay Championships-  Some solid results as the team takes 2nd place.  Highlights were the field events golds we won in the High Jump and Shot put relays.

12/15  Loughlin Games/ Ignatian Invitational- A difficult weekend but some good results.  We had 92 guys run the 300 this weekend.  That alone is an impressive stat.

Directions-- 

Fordham Universtity Directions By Car:

From Long Island/Queens and Brooklyn : Take either the Throgs Neck Bridge or Whitestone Bridge to the Hutchinson River Parkway North to the Pelham Parkway West . Take Pelham Parkway 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.

From Manhattan : East Side: Take the F.D. Roosevelt Dr. to the Triborough Bridge . After crossing bridge, follow the Bruckner Expressway to the Bronx River Parkway . Take Bronx River Parkway to Fordham Road 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.

From the East: Take either the Throgs Neck Bridge or Whitestone Bridge , and after bridge follow signs for the Cross Bronx Expressway. Take the Cross Bronx Expressway to the Bronx River Parkway , and take the Bronx River to the Fordham Road 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.

Subways:
Take the #4 train to the Bedford Park station. Walk down Bedford Park Blvd. to Southern Blvd.) Make a right and proceed to the Fordham University gate directly behind the Prep. The guard will direct you to Lombardi Center .

Take the D train to the Bedford Park station. Walk down Bedford Park Blvd. to Southern Blvd.) Make a right and proceed to the Fordham University gate directly behind the Prep. The guard will direct you to Lombardi Center .

Buses:
The #ís 9,12 and 22 buses stop at Fordham Road at the Fordham University gate. The guard will direct you to Lombardi Center .

Directions to Ocean Breeze 625 Father Capodanno Blvd Staten Island, NY 10305

Driving Directions

From Verrazano- Narrows Bridge:

  • Head southwest on Verrazano-Narrows Bridge Toll Road (1.8mi)
  • Keep right at the fork to continue on Exit 15S, follow signs for Lily Pond Avenue S/Father Capodanno Boulevard and merge onto Lily Pond Ave- Partial toll road (.07mi)
  • Lily Pond Ave turns slightly right and becomes Father Capodanno Blvd (1.1mi)
  • Destination will be on the right

 

12/8 CHSAA Relay Carnival-  Great Start to the season, The Freshman got off to a great start as they post some fast times winning the DMR and the B team taking 5th.  They run 3 of the fastest miles by any freshman on the day.  The Sophs take 2nd in the 4x800,  The Varsity 4x400 and Smr take home medals as well.  The throws captains, Medina and Bartley combine for gold medals as the win the SHot relay.  Frosh Zane Massey has the longest frosh throw of the day.  Great Results all Levels, Exciting Start to the season

DIRECTIONS TO THE ARMORY

By Subway:  A, or #1,  trains to 168th Street, then walk one block west to Fort Washington Ave

From Brooklyn Battery Tunnel and West Side Manhattan :

West Side Highway ( Henry Hudson Parkway ) North.  Take Exit 15 for Riverside Drive . Off the exit, go to the 2nd light on Riverside and take a left onto 165th street .   Go one block and take a left onto Fort Washington Ave. , and go about 200 yards and the Armory is on the right, on the corner of 168th and Ft. Wash. Ave.  

  From Whitestone Bridge / Throgsneck Bridge :  Take the Cross Bronx Expressway toward New Jersey .  As you approach the George Washington Bridge , get to the right as the highway splits.  Take the LAST exit before the bridge called 181st street .  Exit onto 181st street and take a right at the light.  Go up hill 3 blocks and take right onto Fort Washington Ave.   Go 12 blocks south on Fort Washington and the Armory will be on your left at 168th st.

12/1 SI Relays- The pre season guys openned the season at this weekend.  Solid preformances mark the day as there are many personal bests.  Greta way to kick off the season.  Results are posted

Check this Pre Lim Roster to see if you are listed and check the spelling of your name.

 

CROSS COUNTRY 2018

Cross Country Schedule Posted
Workout Paces XC 2018


11/24 Footlocker Regionals-
Last race of the XC season sees 5 Knights take the course at VCP.  Some solid races to end a great season.


11/17 Jesuits- The snow can't stop the Knights,  We win All three titles, It is the first time since 1948 that we win the Jesuit title. (70 years)  Qunincy Flett and Mike Hawkes continue with a great season as they go 1-2 to lead the Freshman to the title.  Oliver Branham Upton breaks 13 mins and the Varsity runs  a great race to take the title.  In the JV McAllister Whiting runs to the win and we place 7 guys in the top 8 of the race 


The Varsity and JV A
11/10 CHSAA Varsity and JV Championships-  For the 8th year in a row the Knights of 16th Street will be going to the NY State Federation meet.  (11th time in school history) (1999, 2000, 2007, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017). Branham Upton leads the team with a 3rd place finish. In the JV races, We had some great races espically from the Freshmen. Quincy Flett wins the JV A race and breaks 14 mins, Mike Hawkes hits 14:10 and Percy Moser runs in the 14:30's  The Sophs drop some hot times as well as Richard Toledo break 14:20 The JV A And JV C both end tied,but come up short on the tie breaker.

Top Times for the Season. and a list of the Freshmen who have qualified for Varsity Intersectionals 



Flett and Hawkes 1-2 in the frosh Championships.  James Banks wins the Soph B Race.
11/3 Frosh Soph Intersectionals-  A cold and rainy day in the park does not stop the Knights from putting up some impressive times.  Quincy Flett and Mike Hawkes both run 8:39 to go 1-2 (#8 and #9 ATX Frosh)  Quincy becomes the 5th Knight in the last 9 Years to win the individual Freshman title.  The Freshman lose a heartbreaker 50-54 to Chaminade.  The Frosh B and C Squads run very competitive races at grab 2nd in both races.  The Sophs continue their winning ways as they grab both races.  In the A Race Michael Tuffey paces the team with a 2nd place finish.  We get all 7 guys in the top 17 of the race.  Soild pact running.  In the B race, a statement was made as the Xavier Sophs scored a perfect 15 getting all 5 scorers under 16 minutes. Dominating performace.


10/27 NY Sectionals and City Champs-  Historic day for the Knights.  For the 2nd year in a row, we sweep the NYCHSAA and City titles on all levels.  For the 3rd year in a row, the Freshmen bring home the team title and the individual titles.  Hawles and Flett make a dangerous duo up front. Percy Moser drops a 16 second personal best to take 3rd for the team. All 5 scorers in top 10  In the B race, Will Taylor leads the team to a score of 18.  They take the top 3 spots.  Impressive depth by Mr. Bernstein's charges.  In the Varsity Race, Owen Hassler drops a SOph School record with a 13:09 posting to lead the team to its 4th Sectional and City title in a row. Branham Upton and Tuffey under 13:30 as we put 3 guys in the top 6 of the race. In the JV another Soph steps up, Macallister Whiting grabs 2nd overall to lead the JV. We have 3 sophs in the top 5 of the race, 6 guys in the top 11 of the race.  And to top off a great day in the park, the Parents put on a first class picnic.  A big thanks to all the parents involved in setting up this annual feast, special thanks to the Abernathys, O'Briens and Ruiz' for organizing the day.

10/20 NY XC Festival-  The Varsity runs a great team race and comes away with the win.  Some good times as we know have 7 guys at 14:00 or faster.  Oliver Branham Upton comes within half a second of breaking 13:00 and Dylan Abernathy does the same for 14:00.  The JV run a great team race as well  22 seconds between 1-5.  A greta tune up for this weekend.


10/20 Frosh Relays - The Frosh A team continues their winning ways taking the Frosh Relays for the 2nd year in a row.  Mike Hawkes catches Chaminade about 10 meters from the finish to get the win.  He runs 5:06 for his legTremendous legs by many of the Freshmen as they get ready for the Championship Season


10/13 Burnt Hills Invitational-  It has been a few years since we went North for this meet, but the change of pace really did us some good. In the JV B Race, sticking to the race plan, we saw our top 2 freshmen make their debut at the longer distance one to remember.  Hawkes and Flett made their move at mile 1 moving up thru the pack so that they had a 25 second lead over the race at mile 2.  They would go on to grab Gold and Silver in the race. Hot on their Heels was Julian Bastionello who pop a huge race to take 6th overall. Not to be outdone, The JV A toed the line and race a monster team race  They had a 25 second compression between the #1 and #7 guys (18 seconds between 1-5), 4 guys in the top 10 of the race and once again a late surge that saw them move from top 70 at the start of the race to top 20 at the end.  Next to the line (after Mr Dormer had chili for Lunch), was the Varsity.  They faced a tough test with Burnt Hills in the race (ranked #2 inthe state)  4 other ranked teams from NY and the top teams from Vermont, the Knights knew they had to run tought, and they did.  3 guys under 16 mins, all 7 under 17 mins. They would finish 3rd with an impressive sub 16 5 man average.  Overall a great fall day upstate.

10/12 All Hallows-  On the first real fall-like day the Knights take to VCP and throw down some hot times.  The Freshmen continue their winning ways, lead by Anderson and Moser who both run sub 9:40.  Leading the JV is Declan O'Dea who responds to the great weather by dropping a 16:14  Over all great results for a Friday afternoon meet.


10/10 NYCHSAA Sophomore Championships-
On the hottest Wednesday I can remember the Xavier knights steamrolled the rest of the league with a 26-93 victory over 2nd Place Regis.  We got 5 guys in the top 8 of the race and 7 in the top 14  a great team effort.


An individual win and a Team title  What a great Day
9/29 McQuaid Invitational-  The squad goes up north and comes back with some gold.  The day starts off with Marchesi running a great race and grabbing the JV title.  Next up were the Sophs who ran as a pack led by Jacob Goell and finished 3rd as a team in the largest race of the day.  Next up were the Varsity who were able defend their McQuaid win, grabbing back to back McQuaid title for the first time in school History.  results posted as long as team records for McQuaid  


9/29- Mayor's Cup- The Freshmen continue their undefeated season as the roll to a big win in the Mayor's cup.  They Grab the team title by almost 50 points.  Hawkes and Flett lead the squad in the battle for the best team inthe City.

9/22 Xavier Invitational- A perfectday at VCP. Low temperatures and the sky was Xavier Blue.  When the racing started, the Knights showed that they were ready to roll.  The Freshmen put 2 guys under 9 mins, 10 guys under 10 and remain undefeated on the season. (winning 3 meets in a row)  The Sophs toed the line next and in one of the largest races run at VCP this season, they showed great depth as the Soph take the win lead by Jacob Goell who cracks 15.  The Varsity had 3 guys under 13:25 and the raced with purpose and grab the team Title at our home meet for the 5 year in a row  Great pack running as 6 guys finish in the top 25.  Next up were the JV, Led by Matteo Marchesi the JV storms to a 2nd place finish  A great Day at the Park

A Special Thanks to the Guys who worked the meet, you helped make the meet a success.


9/17 Jim Scott 2 Mile Challenge-  For the past 26 years we have kicked off the season with this tradition.  Today the win streak continued as the Varsity scores a victory over FP in a great race that saw the top 5 runners in the race (3 Knights, 2 Rams) finish within 4 seconds of each other. The JV and the Frosh continue the winning by taking the races from FP as well


9/15 Jim Smith Invitational-  A great trip to Long Island as we net 3 top 10 finishes as a team.  the Sophs were led by Michael Tuffey and Owen Hassler as they go 1-2 in Soph race to lead the Sophs to a 2nd place finish.. Next up were the Juniors and Oliver Branham Upton ran a 40 second personal best at Sunken Meadow to take the individual crown and lead the Juniors to Victory. Calvin Flett and Ethan Rice both placed in top 15 of their race to help secue the victory.  The seniors were led by our Captians, (O'Brien, Abernathy, and Ruiz) and were able to grab 7th in the Senior race.

9/15 Regis Invitational- Meanwhile at VCP, the Frosh put on a show as they win the Regis invitational.  Quincy Flett leads the Frosh with a 9:05 posting.  Some great results out of the Sophs who competed here.  Future certainly looks bright.

Uniform Order sheets-  Here is the cost of the sweats and uniforms you will need for this year, along with optional items to buy.  Print out a copy of the sheet, put your name on it and bring the payment to the Athletic Department on 1L.  Uniforms will be distributed on Thursday Sept 13th.
Freshman Uniform Sheet                   Sophomore Uniform Sheet             Junior Uniform Sheet           Senior Uniform Sheet

 

SUMMER TRAINING SITE-Bookmark this site and add xaviertrack@xavierhs.org to your calendar to get the workouts directly to your phone

SIGN UPS FOR CROSS COUNTRY                    SIGN UPS FOR PRE SEASON


DIRECTIONS TO VAN CORTLANDT PARK

 BY TRAIN:    Take the 1 or 9 train to the last stop 242nd Street .  Exit walk toward the Burger King.

The park is diagonally across from Burger King.  We meet at the benches that are right where you enter the Park

 

BY 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.

DIRECTIONS TO Sunken Meadows

Take either the LIE or the Northern State parkway to the Sunken Meadow Parkway  Take the Sunken Meadow Parway into the Park

 

 

 

 

L.A.D.7/12/01

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 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.

PRACTICE SCHEDULE:
Varsity Distance:  
Distance Squad Info
3/18 Central Park
3/19 Central Park
3/20 East River
3/21 Central Park
3/22 Westside 
3/23 Long run 8-11 miles
3/24 Recovery run 6-8 Miles


Varsity Sprints:
Sprint Squad Info
3/18 BK Armory
3/19 Xavier
3/20 BK Armory
3/21 Xavier
3/22 Xavier 
3/23 OYO
3/24 OFF

Varsity MD-2 Group
3/18 BK Armory
3/19 Xavier
3/20 BK Armory or Er
3/21 Xavier
3/22 Xavier 
3/23 OYO
3/24 OFF


Soph Distance:
3/18 Central Park
3/19 Central Park
3/20 East River
3/21 Central Park
3/22 Westside 
3/23 Long run 8-11 miles
3/24 Recovery run 6-8 Miles

Soph Sprints:
3/18 BK Armory
3/19 Xavier
3/20 BK Armory
3/21 Xavier
3/22 Xavier 
3/23 OYO
3/24 OFF

Freshman:
3/18 Central Park
3/19 Central Park
3/20 East River
3/21 Central Park
3/22 Westside 
3/23 Long run 8-11 miles
3/24 Recovery run 6-8 Miles

Throwers:
3/18 Xavier
3/19 Ichan Stadium
3/20 Xavier
3/21 Ichan Stadium
3/22 Xavier 
3/23 OYO
3/24 OFF

Jumpers/Hurdlers:
3/18 J- Central Park
        H- BK Armory
3/19 Ichan Stadium
3/20 Xavier
        H- East River
3/21 Ichan Stadium
3/22 Xavier 
3/23 OYO
3/24 OFF

NEW GUYS:
3/18 Central Park
3/19 Central Park
3/20 East River
3/21 Central Park
3/22 Westside 
3/23 OFF
3/24 Recovery run 45 mins

 

 

Bring 2 bottles of water to practice everyday.