Sports Round-Up May 28

Congratulations to the Xaverian H.S., Bay Ridge, Clippers girls’ junior varsity lacrosse team on winning the first-ever city championship in program history.

The Holy Cross H.S., Flushing, junior varsity softball team paid a visit to one of their own at a recent Brooklyn Cyclones game. Cyclones outfielder Jaylen Palmer is a Holy Cross graduate, and the former Knight welcomed the softball team with open arms.

Check out the local top results from the CHSAA Freshmen and Sophomore Boys and Girls Intersectional Championships, held May 14 at Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Island.


Girls 400-Meter Hurdles: Freshmen

Camille Munoz, Archbishop Molloy, 1:13.17


Girls 800-Meter Run: Sophomore

Eva Gonzales, Archbishop Molloy, 2:18.41


Girls 400-Meter Dash: Sophomore

Eva Gonzales, Archbishop Molloy, 59.96


Girls 3,000-Meter Run: Sophomore

Valentina Termine, Msgr. McClancy, 12:24.14


Girls Javelin Throw: Sophomore

Valentina Termine, Msgr. McClancy, 81-3


Boys 200-Meter Dash: Freshmen

Jaden Rose, St. Francis Prep, 23.74


Girls 4×400-Meter Relay: Sophomore

Archbishop Molloy, 4:44.71


Girls Discus Throw: Freshmen

Chloe Iannitti, St. Francis Prep, 85-7


Girls Discus Throw: Sophomore

Lori Melville, St. Francis Prep, 81-2


Girls Shot Put: Sophomore

Samaya Khanali, St. Francis Prep, 19-6


Girls Triple Jump: Freshmen

Saige Swift, Archbishop Molloy, 28-3


Girls Triple Jump: Sophomore

Shareve Blair, St. Francis Prep, 30-1.50