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Kellenberg's Joseph Panico still had that taste in his mouth, and it wasn't a good one. He also still had that cut on his shoulder. It happened April 12 at the Nanuet Relays. Panico fell over the final hurdle in the 1,200-meter intermediate relay. Kellenberg still won the event, but that didn't ...
By the time Fray reached the final straightaway, it was Duca and McCormack who were doing the chasing. Fray won in 4 minutes, 39.38 seconds. Duca finished second in 4:41.81. McCormack was third in 4:46.77. Fray's 1,500 victory came after she won the 800 in 2:13.49 earlier in the meet.
CHSAA 1. ST. ANTHONY'S FRIARS Coach: Kenny Parham Top players F Chastity Taylor Sr. 5-10 G Charise Wilson Sr. 5-6 F Kalifa Davy, Sr. 5-10 G Tyla Parham, Sr. 5-3 C Jayla Jones-Pack, So. 6-3 Outlook: Three-time defending league champs. With three Division I commits in starting lineup, the Friars are
LONG ISLAND RUNNER OF THE YEAR TIANA GUEVARA, Miller Place, Sr. Guevara was the class of Suffolk County in 2013. She won the County Championship at the Division Meet by 15 seconds, crossing the line at Sunken Meadow State Park in 19 minutes, 23.35 seconds and helping Miller Place become the first
KELLENBERG FIREBIRDS Coach: Ken Conrade 2013 record: 22-4 Key players Krista King, 2B, Sr Kathryn Eiler, C, Sr. Cristen Whigham, 1B, Sr. Colleen Dunn, P, Sr. Nikki Ditizio, 3B/LF, Sr Outlook: King, a great bunter and slap hitter with tremendous speed, is the spark plug. ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST COUGARS
Sister Meghan has returned to teaching this year to teach the junior class.
Mr. Martorelli has replaced Sister Monica as Assistant Principal or “the person who makes all the announcements” at Our Lady of Mercy Academy. Mr. Martorelli would like to thank everyone for being so welcoming and nice, but is resigning tomorrow. Just Kidding! The new OLMANAC moderator loves