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St. Anthony's star Chastity Taylor verbally committed to play at the University of Delaware, St. Anthony's coach Ken Parham informed Newsday.
Taylor, a junior, helped lead St. Anthony's to a league title and the CHSAA Class AA state tournament.
"Chastity has the ability to play almost any position on the court with her combination of skill set and size," Parham said of the...Read more »
Getting tired of CHSAA finals between St. Anthony’s and Chaminade? Too bad. The two rivals will go head-to-head in a championship match in a seventh varsity sport this season on Monday, when they square off in the CHSAA tennis final at Hofstra. St. Anthony’s, the No. 1 seed led by defending CHSAA singles champion John D'Alessandro, went undefeated in league play and knocked off No. 4 Kellenberg...Read more »
St. Anthony’s basketball star Charise Wilson verbally committed to Northeastern University today, according to Friars coach Ken Parham.
The junior helped lead St. Anthony’s to a third straight league title and another appearance in the CHSAA state tournament. Wilson, a 5-5 point guard, transferred from North Babylon during her sophomore year in 2011 and sat out the remainder of that season....Read more »
After winning the CHSAA winter intersectional championships, St. Anthony’s looks poised for another strong season in spring. A second place finish at the Knight-Time Invitational, held last Saturday at Uniondale High School, featured a number of strong performances from some of the same athletes that made the Friars’ winter season so special.
Melissa June won the 100 meters in 12.42 seconds,...Read more »
The success of any hockey team starts with the goaltender, and for St. Anthony's this season, Daniel Peterson was no exception.
Just try telling that to him.
The senior netminder went 10-1-1 allowing just 13 goals in 12 regular season games with four shutouts, and continued to shut teams down throughout the CHSHL playoffs as he led the Friars to a second consecutive league championship.
But...Read more »
Before the season, St. Anthony’s boys lacrosse coach Keith Wieczorek said the team would have a bit of a different feel to it this year because he believed his players would have to create offensive opportunities.
In past years, St. Anthony’s didn’t need much creativity. Sheer talent was enough, evidenced by four straight CHSAA championships. And it’s not as if they’ve been getting shut down...Read more »
Pop quiz, Long Island high school lacrosse fans.
When was the last time St. Anthony’s or Chaminade did not enter the boys lacrosse CHSAA season as a defending champion?
It was 1987 (Holy Trinity won the 1986 title), and the Friars and Flyers are expected to match up in the 2013 title game, which is a good thing, of course, for Chaminade’s seniors.
But here’s the not-so-good thing...Read more »
St. Mary's, St. Anthony's and St. John the Baptist are the three Long Island teams in the CHSAA AA state girls basketball tournament, starting Wednesday. Semifinal games are Friday at St. John Villa at 5:45 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. The championship game will be Saturday at Cardinal Spellman at 7 p.m.
Here are Wednesday's quarterfinal match-ups:
(1) Bishop Ford vs. (8) St. John the Baptist,...Read more »
1. Long Island Lutheran (19-4): Lutheran was idle this week as it prepares for the Class A Federation tournament, starting March 22.
2. St. Anthony's (22-5): Rebecca Musgrove had 11 points and 10 rebounds and Chastity Taylor scored 13 points to lead the Friars to their third straight CHSAA league championship, Sunday, 48-36 over St. Mary’s. St. Antony’s will be the fifth seed in the CHSAA...Read more »
Talk about defending home turf — the St. Anthony’s girls track team took home a title at the CHSAA Intersectional Championships on Sunday at St. Anthony’s High School. The Friars edged Kellenberg 57-55.
“This is so important to us,” senior Victoria Pileggi said. “This is what we trained for all season. We put in so much work for this.”
Pileggi led a strong group of field performers....Read more »