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The Archbishop Stepinac High School boys’ basketball team captured its first New York State Federation Class AA championship with an 88-76 victory over PSAL champ South Shore in Glens Falls March … more
Senior Alan Griffin collected 20 points, eight rebounds and three blocks, leading the Archbishop Stepinac High School boys basketball team to its first CHSAA AA intersectional championship since 1960 … more
The Iona College men’s basketball team earned another trip to the NCAA Tournament by defeating Fairfield University, 83-71, for a third consecutive Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament … more
Alan Griffin finished with 29 points and 11 rebounds as the Archbishop Stepinac High School boys’ basketball team won the archdiocesan championship with a 78-62 victory over Cardinal Hayes High … more
Msgr. Farrell High School’s Terry Adams became the only CHSAA wrestler to win a state title this season when he beat Rush Henrietta’s Jayden Scott in a 3-2 decision, in Division I’s 106-pound … more
Marlboro’s Roy Underwood Jr. plays six different positions but enjoys shortstop the most because Yankees legend Derek Jeter played the position. The 8-year-old was one of the 150 boys and girls … more
Steven Santini says family and faith guided him in fulfilling his dream of being an NHL defenseman with the New Jersey Devils. “I think God played a big part of my life on and off the ice,” … more
Steven Santini developed a passion for hockey at a young age. The 22-year-old defenseman for the New Jersey Devils grew up at the family-owned Brewster Ice Arena in Putnam County and inherited his … more
La Salle Academy won the program’s first State Federation Tournament of Champions boys’ basketball title with an 80-67 Class B victory over Westhill at the Glens Falls Civic Center March … more
St. Teresa and Sacred Heart each returned to Staten Island with two CYO archdiocesan basketball championships March 19. Sacred Heart captured the fifth- and sixth-grade girls’ crowns at The … more
St. Joseph-St. Thomas won the Varsity Division’s overall routine and cheer competitions at the archdiocese’s CYO Cheerleading Championships at the College of Staten Island March 25. Twelve … more
Aquinas High School won its first Catholic high school girls basketball state championship since 2006 by beating St. Joseph’s of Brooklyn, … more
The Iona College men’s basketball team is participating in the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament for a second consecutive year after beating Siena, 87-86, in overtime for the Metro … more
Three Catholic high schools in the archdiocese—Cardinal Hayes, Msgr. Farrell and La Salle Academy—captured Catholic boys basketball state championships at Fordham University and are headed to the … more
The College of New Rochelle will be adding women’s soccer, men’s cross country and baseball intercollegiate programs for the 2017-2018 school year. The college, which welcomed men to its … more
Mount St. Michael Academy is entering the CHSAA AA Division Intersectional playoffs with momentum after winning the archdiocesan basketball championship with a 73-69 victory over Archbishop … more
Jordan Gaitley is continuing a family basketball tradition. The Fordham Prep senior averaged 20.9 points in 24 regular-season games, earning CHSAA A Division most valuable player in a vote of league … more
David Palladino earned his 150th victory as varsity girls’ basketball coach at Loyola School in Manhattan with a 69-42 win over Columbia Prep Jan. 27. more
Coming off a historic season, the Iona College women’s basketball team is looking to continue its championship run with a different identity. The Gaels have won six of their last eight games and … more
Dean Zenie speaks with enthusiasm about his young wrestlers and the future of the College of Mount St. Vincent program. The second-year coach has guided the Dolphins to a 3-3 start this season, … more
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