At St.Olaf's on the 3rd, the Carleton men's swim team competed in the non-scoring meet, with Jesse Gourevitch's 200 Medley Relay quartet finishing 10th, with a time of 1;44.56, while he was 17th in the 100 Backstroke, in 59.95. He was 32nd in the 50 Freestyle, clocked at 24.03, while his 200 Freestyle Relay foursome was 10th, in 2:27.93. On the 9th, with St. Thomas as the opposition, the Ardsley alumnus had a spectacular day, for after his 200 Medley Relay foursome finished 2nd with a time of 1:40.36, he proceeded to cop all of his next 3 races. He won the 100 Breaststroke with a clocking of 1:01.06, then took the 200 Breaststroke, with a time of 2:15.08, and his win in the 200 Individual Medley had a time of 2:04.72.
At Buffalo on the 9th, Colgate's men's swim team lost the meet, 144-74. Red Raider Tavy Smith of Dobbs Ferry posted his first individual win of the season, as he copped the 200 Breaststroke in 2:23.75. He was 5th in the 400 Individual Medley, in 4:44.96, and his 400 Medley Relay quartet was 3rd in their race, clocked at 50:90. At Niagara on the 10th, Smith was 4th in the 200 Butterfly, with a time of 2:14.12, and 2nd in the 200 Breaststroke, in 2:23.98. The Raiders lost, 134-87.
The season ended for Rebecca Bortz and the Chapman women's soccer team on the 10th, as they bowed to Hardin-Simmons in an N.C.A.A. contest at Texas' Trinity University,with a record of 16-6-1 on the season.
The Oswego women's swimming team lost to hosts New Paltz on the 10th, 148-95. Katie Flood of Hastings and her 200 Medley Relay foursome earned 4 points in their 2nd place finish, with a time of 2:00.03, while she herself earned 16 points, with her 2nd place finish in the 100 Backstroke, clocked at 12:14.65, her 3rd place finish in the 200 Backstroke, with a time of 2:43.93, and her victory in the 200 Individual Melody, with a clocking of 2:28.08.
At the Coast Guard Academy on the 10th, the Wheaton College women's swim team dropped the meet to their hosts, 175-105, with Cara Morris of Irvington entered in four races. Her 400 Medley Relay quartet finished 2nd, in 4:16.02, with the former SHEDI swimmer in the anchor spot. She was 2nd in the 100 Freestyle, at 57.01, 3rd in the 100 Butterfly, while her 400 Freestyle Relay foursome was 4th, with a time of 3:54.50.
Western Ct. ended its 6-4 season in a game with UMass-Dartmouth on the 10th, as Irvington's Keven Degnan had 3 solo tackles and 1 assist, as well as throwing an opposing ball carrier for a 33 yard loss.
Former Irvington Bulldog Sean Degnan started at his regular position at right tackle for the Springfield Pride, in the season finale against Worcester Poly on the 10th, with the 62-23 win giving the team a 7-2 record on the season, plus a possible invitation to post season action, as well.
In the season finale for Bowdoin, the Polar Bear football squad bowed to hosts Colby,1-0, with the record for the season 1-7. Line backe Brian Glazewski of the visitors had 4 solo tackle and 2 assists in the game. On the season, the Dobbs Ferry/Rye Country Day alumnus played in all 8 games, and was 3rd on the team in solo tackles, with 30, plus having 19 assists, 1 sack for 12 yards, 6 thrown for loss for 37 yards, and 1 pass attempt breakup.
Skyler Griffenberg and the Ithaca Bombers ended their football season on the 10th, bowing to Cortland,16-10, with the former Ardsley athlete having 1 tackling assist in the finale. The team record was 6-4.
Kicker Garrett Hoy of Irvington and Hamilton College had a busy season, as he kicked off, punted , and was a pass receiver in the 1-7 campaign. In the finale at Bates on the 10th, a 47-33 loss, he caught a pass for a touchdown, had 6 pass receptions, 3 punts for 123 yards , and 2 kickoffs for 74 yards. On the season, Hoy had 11 receptions for 136 yards, 2 for 4 in field goal attempts, 47 punts for 1,617 yards, 12 kickoffs for 629 yards, and 2 solo tackles and 1 assist.