COLLEGE ROUNDUP - 9/23-29
At Kings Point on September 24, Mac Yumoto of Hastings and N.Y.U. saw action in the 2 overtime 0-0 tie, while at Farmingdale on September 28th, he played in the 1-0 loss, with the record now 6-2-1.
In a cross country meet hosted by the U. of Minnesota on September 28th, Rebecca Wiersma of Dobbs Ferry and Caroleton College placed 333rd of 412 runners, with her school finishing 3rd of 19 such entered, with a total of 118.
With Muhlenberg as the guest opposition on September 25th, Lisa Tessitore of Dobbs Ferry and Stevens Tech won her singles tennis match, 6-4-2-6,6-2, and then she and her doubles partner took their math, 8-3.
Sarah Sylla of Ardsley and Wesleyan's soccer team had 2 shots on goal in the Cardinals' 1-0 loss to Tufts on September 24th, while at Hamilton on September 28th, she played off the bench in the 2 overtime scoreless tie. The record is now 0-3-3.
In a 1-0 win at Army on September 23rd, Sophie Sylla of Ardsley and Binghamton had 1 shot on goal in the game, while at the U. of New Hampshire on September 29th, she had 1 in the 2 overtime scoreless tie with the Wildcats. The record is 5-3-2.
At M.I.T. on September 24th, Emma Sweeting of Hastings and the Mt. Holyoke volley ball team had 3 spikes,4 kills, and 3 digs in the 3-0 loss to the Engineers, while hosting Clark on September 26th, and despite her herculean efforts, including a game high of 14 kills, 47 attacks, 3 service aces,and 16 digs, they fell to the Cougars, 3-1. At Wheaton on September 28th, in the 3-1 loss, Sweeting had 4 spikes, a team high of 11 kills, a team high of 32 attacks.1 service ace. 7 digs, and 1 block assist. the record is now 8-5:0-5.
Hosting Boston College on September 24th, goal tender Tom Spenser of Hastings and U.R.I. had 9 shots against, 3 goals against, and made 6 saves in the 3-0 loss to the Eagles. With N.J.I.T. as the home opposition on September 27th, he had 5 shots against, 1 goal against, and 4 saves in the 1-0 setback, with the record now at 1-6.
In a top heavy 40-0 loss at Catholic on September 28th, Robert Small of Sleepy Hollow and a running back for Anna Maria, rushed 69 yards in 13 carries, and had 2 pass receptions for 9 yards, as the record fell to 1-2.
Hosting NYU-Poly on September 26th, Mt. St.Vincent's volley ball team topped their guests, 3-0, as Nicole Riehm of Irvington contributed 1 spike to the win. At SUNY Maritime on September 28th, she had 1 spike and 1 total attach in the 3-0 blanking of their winless hosts.
In a home game with St. John Fisher on September 24th, Ryan Pastore of Hastings and Rochester saw action in the 4-0 win, while in another home contest with Lycoming on September 28th, he played in the 2-0 win, with the record 7-1-1.
At the Codfish Bowl cross country meet at Franklin Park in Boston on September 28th, Joanne Mumbey of Dobbs Ferry and Johnson and Wales once again led her team with a time of 21:41, as her Hawks finished 10th of 11 teams entered. She was 60th of 121 entrants.
At Curry on September 27th, outside line backer Mike Minerva of Sleepy Hollow and Endicott had playtime in the 42-27 win over the home team, with the Gulls now even at 2-2 on the season.
With Ali Marpet of Hastings and Hobart starting at offensive left tackle, his Diplomats topped hosting Kings Point on September 28, 24-8, and maintained their unblemished record of 3-0.
In a 3-2 win over FDU-Florham on September 24th, goalie Alexis Lorusso of Irvington and Albright, allowed no goals against and made 4 saves in he 56:52 minutes in the game. With Delaware Valley as the guests on September 28th, she had 0 goals against and made 2 saves in the 1-0 shutout, with the record now 4-3-1.
Michael Kennelly of Irvington and Oneonta State's men's tennis team topped his Farmingdale opponent in singles,6-1,6-1, while he and his doubles partner also won, 8-2 in the 9-0 win, with the record thus far 3-2.
In a losing 27-11 game at Amherst on September 28th, starting line backer Brian Glazewski of Irvington and Bowdoin , had 7 solo tackles and threw the quarterback for a 3 yard loss, as the Polar Bears dropped their second game of the season, with the record now 0-2
With Irvington's Sean Degnan temporarily sidelined with an injury, his Springfield Pride football team lost a hair raising 36-35 game to the Rochester Yellow Jackets on September 28th. After leading the hosts, 28-20 after three quarters, Rochester rallied for 16 points in the fourth quarter, against 7 for the Pride. With no time left on the clock, they converted a 2 point play to cop the game, as Springfield's record is now 3-1.
Elder brother Kevin Degnan of Western New England and his Golden Bears administered a crushing 59-0 beating to guests Maine Maritime on September 28th, as he had 1 solo tackle, 3 assists, and threw the quarterback for a 3 yard loss, with the record now 1-3.
In a 24-20 win over hosts Buffalo State on September 28th, Steven DelMoro of Hackley and Skyler Griffenberg of Ardsley and Ithaca both contributed to the victory. Tight end DelMoro, in the game's opening play, gained 8 yards in his pass reception, while free safety Griffenberg had 4 solo tackles, 3 assists, and broke up one pass attempt, with the Bombers now 3-1 on the season.
In a 45-14 loss at Johns Hopkins on September 28th,
Luke D'Alessandro of Hastings and Muhlenberg had 4 carries for a total of 19 yards, and fumbled once in the game. Teammate Darnell Davis of Hackley had 3 solo tackles in the game, with the Mules' record is now 2-2.
In a 5-2 win at Nichols on September 24th, forward Lisa Bucci of Irvington and Salve Regina, had 4 shots, with all on goal, and 1 goal that came unassisted at 63:26 . Hosting New England on September 28th, she had 3 shots in the 6-0 loss,with the record now 3-5:2-1.
At Henniker New Hampshire on September 24th, Claire Brooks of Masters and Gordon College had 2 shots in the Highlanders' 2-1 win over New England College, while hosting Eastern Nazarene on September 28th, she played in the 1-0 victory, and the record is currently 9-1.
Forward Emily Braun of Irvington and Clark University, started in the 3-0 loss to hosts Western Connecticut on September 24th, while at the Coast Guard Academy on September 27th, the Cougars bowed to their hosts, in overtime, 2-1, with Braun having 2 shot on the day. The record is now 2-7.
Travis Blair of Hastings and Wheaton of Ma., in a 2-1 loss to guests Roger Williams, had 3 shots on goal in the game, while at Worcester Poly on September 28th, he scored the winning goal at 1:05 of the 2nd overtime in the 2-1 win, with the record now 8-2:2-0.