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Mamaroneck Fall Sports Highlights

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Boys soccer beat Greeley 2-1 in overtime Monday in a very exciting Sectional quarter finals game. Connor Leblanc scored the first goal and Jack Spiridellis scored the winning goal in OT. They played without their leading scorer, Alex Alma.

Their next game is Wednesday against Arlington at Arlington High School.

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And from the Mamaroneck School District-

Mamaroneck Swimming & Diving Coach Cathleen Ferguson was voted “Conference Coach of the Year” by League coaches after completing the Tigers’ 2nd consecutive undefeated season, with several swimmers qualifying for Sectionals and States.

This weekend, the girls finished in 2nd place behind White Plains. Competing at SUNY Purchase, divers Brennan Vincent and Danica Glasberg — both 7th graders — took 6th and 7th place respectively. Alyssa Amoils took 8th place, and Emma Brenner took 11th. The swimming portion of the meet was led by Alexa Perry, 1st in the 50 freestyle; Kim Jogis, 2nd in the 200 Individual Medley, and Gabby Dobkin, 4th in the 200 I.M. with a Sectional qualifying time in the 100 Breaststroke. Amelia Showers, Frankie Garces, and Theresa Pace, each of them Sectional Qualifiers, added valuable team points. Thirteen Mamk Tigers will compete in the Sectional championships November 2 and 3, with trips to the State Championships in Ithaca on the line.

Girls Soccer- MHS Girls Varsity Soccer and MHS Boys Varsity Soccer advanced in the playoffs over the weekens.  MHS had two big 1st-round Sectional wins for both the boys and girls varsity soccer teams!  #12-seeded Mamk girls varsity soccer upset #5 seeded Yorktown on Saturday with a 3-0 victory.  Mamk will travel to #4 seeded Clarkstown South on Tuesday for a 4pm start time.

Cross Country– Senior Lauren Chapey was the top finisher at Westchester County Championships, taking first place among 182 girls at the Westchester County Championships at Woodlands HS yesterday.  This is Lauren’s fourth big win of the season, with first place finishes at the Gressler, Brewster and Manhattan Invitationals.  Mamaroneck’s girls team was third overall at the county meet after winning their league championship last week. Senior Katie DeVore placed tenth in the competitive field, and freshman Julia Shapiro was second in the JV race.

Mamaroneck boys varsity was fifth overall and junior Sam Morton placed fourth.  Both teams will compete at the Sectional Championships and state qualifier on Saturday, November 7th at Bowdoin Park in Wappingers Falls, NY.  Read More…

Football- The MHS varsity football team ended its run to the State championships with a hard-fought 28-20 competitive loss to #1 seeded New Rochelle HS at New Ro.  Although the playoff season is over, Mamaroneck Tigers football will travel on Saturday to Port Chester HS to compete for the Athletic Director’s Cup at 12 noon.  The Athletic Director’s Cup, one of the oldest rivalries in Westchester County, began in 1920 and is named after Mamaroneck’s AD Roy O’Neill and Port Chester AD Anthony Zimbilatti.  Mamk and Port Chester have played the Athletic Director’s Cup every year they can; this Saturday marks the 88th year.

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