Benji Ungar, Jamie Lawrence and Anuj Rao each won two bouts
for Bronx Science (14-0) as it defeated Stuyvesant, 10-2, yesterday to earn
its third consecutive PSAL team fencing championship and fifth city title since
Bob Vereb, who took over as coach in 1995, said his team was overjoyed.
"It's not often that a coach or player gets an opportunity like this," he
Ungar, Lawrence and Sam Thode will compete in the PSAL individual fencing
championships, which begin Sunday at Long Island City.
James Mulligan (16:46.49) of Bronx Science and Alexandra Condell (19:56.38)
of Jamaica won the boys and girls PSAL cross country titles over the weekend
at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx. Julian Brown (16:56.59) of DeWitt Clinton
was second and Jeremia Paniagua (16:58.76) of George Washington finished third
for the boys. Kathryn Dubowski of Townsend Harris (19:59.42) and Chanell
McGregor of Boys & Girls (20:02.08) finished second and third, respectively,
for the girls.
Curtis won the boys city team championship with 68 points, followed by
Erasmus (116), Midwood (121) and DeWitt Clinton (134). McKee/Staten Island Tech
won the girls title with 56 points, followed by Townsend Harris (77),
Stuyvesant (134) and Boys & Girls (158). The top four boys and girls teams
qualify for the state championships this weekend in Wappingers Falls, as do the
top 12 runners whose teams didn't qualify.
James Madison 2, Bayside 1: Adam French rolled a 255, Matthew Krivitsky had
a 224 and Kenny Zweig a 200 for Madison (14-0) in the second round of the PSAL
St. Francis Prep 3, Christ the King 2: Kevin Fornito bowled a 212 and Greg
Finger had a 204 for St. Francis Prep.
Molloy 3, Holy Cross 2: James Faro paced Archbishop Molloy (10-1 Queens
CHSAA) with a 241 and Anthony Cosentino rolled a 223 and a 201. Chris Glauner
bowled a 224 for Holy Cross.
Townsend Harris 3, Sheepshead Bay 0: Michelle Montgoris had a 194, Shannon
Conlisk rolled a 155 and Katherine Incantalupo a 150 for Townsend Harris (12-0)
in a second-round PSAL playoff victory.