Sports Round-Up Oct. 31

Xaverian H.S., Bay Ridge, varsity soccer senior Jenna Como has broken the program’s career assists record with 21. In the Clippers’ opening match victory over Archbishop Molloy H.S, Briarwood, she tallied two assists, the second of which set up sophomore Riley Mullen’s goal to break the record. She followed up the record-setting effort with three more assists against Fontbonne Hall Academy, Bay Ridge.

The St. John’s University, Jamaica, track and field and cross-country programs hosted the eighth annual Olympic Day, held virtually for the first time, on Oct. 18. This year’s event honored all-time greats Peter Close, Patrick Jarrett, Ian Roberts and the Red Storm’s 1980 Big East Outdoor Track and Field Championship team.

Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, St. Edmund Prep H.S., Sheepshead Bay, once again partnered with the Side-Out Foundation to support the Dig Pink movement to raise awareness about breast cancer.

All funds raised are used to support clinical research specifically to patients with stage IV breast cancer. This is the fifth year that the Eagles have taken part in the monthlong fundraiser.

You can still pledge your support by visiting