Senior midfielder and Captain Claire Quinn lead St. Anthony’s to a regular season record of 11-3, good enough for a Catholic League Conference Championship and the number 1 seed going into the league playoffs. She has 18 goals and 6 assists on the season for 24 total points. Claire and the Friars begin their playoff run tomorrow.
Manhasset girls lacrosse finished the regular season with a win at the Classic-Woodstick Classic, beating Garden City in a heavyweight slugfest. The win brought them to 15-0 for the regular season and holds them steady at the number 2 seed in the COUNTRY. Kellen D’Alleva put in 2 goals and 4 assists and Sarah Phillips added an assist. Danny Nicosia held standout midfielder Michaela Bruno to only 1 goal and 2 assists, one of her lowest tallies of the season. They are the number 1 seed and begin their playoff journey today against the Eagles of Bethpage.
Thomas Duran continues to impress this season for Manhasset’s boys lacrosse team. Tom added two goals during the Woodstick Classic to help the Chiefs beat Garden city, and finished the regular season with 24 goals and 3 assists, for a total of 27 points. Manhasset looks to make a serious dent in the Conference B Playoffs and make it back to another County Championship game.
Kelsey Denihan helped lead Villanova to its first Big East Playoff appearance, finishing the season with 20 goals and 2 assists for the Wildcats, while freshmen Natalie Stefan(Penn) and Kerriane Moran(Holy Cross) saw their first college lacrosse playoff action over the past couple weekends.
Jacqueline Albanese went 3-for-4 with a double, five RBIs and two runs scored for Manhasset Softball(11-6) in its Conference AB-III win, helping secure a surprise playoff birth.
Riley Denihan closed out her senior track and field season with a 4’10” high jump for yet another Meet win. Riley leaves Friends Academy with the highest jump in school history, clearing 5′.
Big performances from everyone, with many more to come before this season officially comes to a close. LFG.