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Published by Halston Media, 2020-02-06 12:59:30

Yorktown News 02.06.20

Vol. 8 No. 45 Visit TapIntoYorktown.net for the latest news. Thursday, February 6, 2020

Dazzling dancers

PHOTO: KRISTA BUSSELL SEE MORE PHOTOS ON PAGE 16

Yorktown moves to put Local officials oppose I-684 toll
more information online
BY TOM BARTLEY detour onto local roads, which were never meant
BY KATHERINE BORCHERT Cushner and Peter Lanza, CONTRIBUTING WRITER to handle the oversized rigs.
STAFF WRITER president of the Yorktown
Alliance for Safe Kids and Bedford Supervisor Chris Burdick went to Connecticut lawmakers are considering a pack-
Yorktown residents will now vice president of the Yorktown Hartford last week to convey the opposition of a age of tolls, scattered throughout the state, to -
be able to communicate their Chamber of Commerce, score of Westchester o cials, including Yorktown nance needed infrastructure repairs. e proposed
ideas for the community directly respectively, have propelled Supervisor Matthew Slater, to Connecticut’s plans tolls, $6 to $13, include a truck-only reader above
to town o cials via email, thanks community conversation into the to collect truck tolls on I-684. a 1.4-mile stretch of I-684 running through
to Yorktown’s new technology 21st century by implementing a Greenwich, between the county airport and Ar-
updates. town email by which residents Addressing a public hearing of the Connecti- monk interchanges.
can share their ideas. cut General Assembly’s transportation commit-
Supervisor Matt Slater and tee, Burdick said the Westchester o ceholders Burdick called for continued bi-state coopera-
his community transition team, SEE ONLINE PAGE 6 “take exception” to the proposed toll. He called tion in addressing the states’ mutual problems. But
spearheaded by co-chairs Tricy it a threat to the well being of many Westchester he also warned of potential payback if Hartford
residents and said it would encourage truckers to
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KOVACH to the roof in case of a raging re below. Knocks Happy Lupercalia
on the door turned out to be two remen check- Day!
FROM PAGE 10 ing to make sure we were okay. e remen could
see that my friends and I had just nished dinner. We’re all familiar with BRUCE
started to smell something burning. I immedi- “Smells good in here,” a reman said. those marvels of modern THE BLOG
ately jumped out of my seat and checked to make marketing known as fake
sure that the oven and stove top burners were all Turns out that a woman on the third oor holidays. American Express cleverly
turned o in the kitchen. Nothing seemed amiss. came home from work, put a pan of soup on the created Small Business Saturday
Next, we heard sirens wailing from the rehouse gas stove burner to heat up and promptly fell
around the corner. asleep on the couch. Her soup evaporated and the ( anksgiving weekend), but who BRUCE
pot handle caught on re. e remen were very
In a matter of minutes, we heard clomping nice and wished us a good evening. can complain about that? After APAR
boots running up the stairs of the four-story
brownstone. is building did not have a re Kim Kovach is a big fan of creativity in the kitchen.
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escape would have been up the creepy dark stairs

motherhood and (gluten-free) apple

pie, what’s says Americana more

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At the other end of the spectrum is a concoction like National

Pancake Day. Not that such silliness is worth ipping out over, but

how syrupy can you get?

Do you understand the difference between THE MOTHER OF MOTHER’S DAY
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Fluent in Italian have a soft spot in my Baby Boomer heart for the Encyclopedia Brit-
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Lupercalia… which celebrated the coming of spring.
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might be from a Broadway musical), but why not try something new
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is year, Axial eatre tried something new with Twisted

Valentines. It created the xed setting of a restaurant and asked
playwrights to create an original work with that in mind. e result
is eight unique, never-seen playlets that are connected by a physical
throughline, with some characters reappearing in di erent scenes.

Twisted Valentines runs Fridays through Sundays, Feb. 7 – 16,
2020, on the campus of St. John’s Episcopal Church, 8 Sunnyside
Ave., Pleasantville, New York 10570.

ere is a special ursday performance Feb. 13 and a Valentine’s
Day dance open to all after the Feb. 15 performance.

Tickets are $25.00 general admission, $20.00 seniors and stu-
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914.275.6887.


Thursday, February 6, 2020 OPINION Yorktown News – Page 13

CAMPAGNA MARTORANO land on the moon is the better theory. people can be answered easily: the
ere is overwhelming and convincing conspirators did it. e true believers
FROM PAGE 11 FROM PAGE 10 can take comfort in knowing not only
evidence that these missions actually what the problem is but also how to x
but not that speci c pinch of this and to our four-pronged yardstick of happened. Telescopic images, videos, it. Like an old-fashioned western, their
pinches of that spice and seasoning. My simplicity, conservatism, scope and photos from earth satellites, as well worldview lacks nuance. ere are only
grandmother also made the most incred- fruitfulness. as data collected from the spacecraft bad guys and good guys, white hats
ible apple strudel and once again no recipe and testimony of the astronauts and and black hats. If you don’t believe that
was handed down, only smudges of pencil e weakness of the moon landing scientists involved (and don’t forget anyone could actually think this way in
notes on a worn napkin taken by some- conspiracy theory becomes clear when the moon rocks) all establish that the 2020 just read any of the daily tweets
one who was trying to write down every we look at the number of dubious as- o cial version is simpler, more con- from our national chief executive.
movement as she was making the dessert. sumptions it requires us to accept on servative, has wider scope and is more
faith: fruitful than the conspiracy theory. If we are to progress as a species, it
e napkin notes never amounted to a full is essential that we remain skeptical of
recipe and again the comfort of that warm A) It assumes that thousands of erefore, as rational creatures, we theories whose agenda is to divide us
apple strudel from so long ago is lost. people could work on the Apollo must reject the “Wag the Dog” narra- and promote hate against an individual
project without anyone revealing that it tive. or group of individuals. What’s at stake
I was recently at friend’s house and was a fraud. was so eloquently described by the late
walking on my way to use her restroom, I Now that we have rather easily dis- Carl Sagan when he observed, “skepti-
noticed on her wall a small wooden square B) In a similar vein, It assumes that missed two major conspiracy theories cal habits of thought are essential for
frame hanging about eye level. ere were such a massive fraud could be per- in the past two weeks, you might won- nothing less than our survival…” I
some signatures in it that caught my atten- petrated without one whistle-blower der, given the overwhelming evidence
tion. I stopped and read it. It was simple, (thank goodness for whistle blowers), against most conspiracy theories, why couldn’t agree more.
elegant and said everything a child wants disgruntled employees or conspirators would anyone embrace them
to hear, “Love Mom” “Love Dad”. Each in exposing the conspiracy. in the rst place?
a faded ball point pen script, each its own
signature. I knew at that moment what it C) In the decades since Apollo, no As I’ve pointed out in
was and what it meant to my friend. She documents, les, videos, or witnesses weeks past, the answer is
had lost both of her parents to cancer and have surfaced to reveal the “conspiracy.” quite simple. e world is a con-
this was a permanent reminder of how Of the thousands of scientists and fusing place, marked by senseless
much they loved her. engineers who have since reviewed the su ering, major social upheavals,
Apollo data, not one has even sus- bad actors, random events and often
Valentine’s Day is the perfect day to start pected a fraud. cruel endings. Conspiracy theories
personal correspondence by pen and bring soften that reality by providing
back the art of that handwritten, hand D) e Soviet Union itself did not an easy explanation of why things
stamped letter or card. e words don’t expose the United States for commit- happen as well as the responsible
have to amount to a certain word count but ting what would have been at the time parties. Within the orbit of a con-
your emotional sincerity should to jump o the biggest con job of the cold war. spiracy theory, formerly random and
the page. Why not include a special poem, unconnected events now form
song title, memory or cherished recipe, E) No country could gure out that the basis of a master plan.
something that will be thought of as extra the radio waves they received at the More importantly, the
special and held on to and cherished long time of the various Apollo landings answer as to why bad
after the signature fades. were not coming from the moon. things happen to good

Utilizing all four criteria, we can
reasonable say with con dence that the
alternative theory that we actually did

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Page 14 – Yorktown News OPINION Thursday, February 6, 2020

Groundhog Day provides teachable moment

Dear Dr. Linda, not scienti cally proven, there into a sequence of events. is is see its shadow, which meant it
a wonderful strategy for chil- was a cloudy day, spring would
Feb. 2 was Groundhog Day, is nothing wrong with it if—as STRONG dren to use when studying for come early. Of course, there’s
LEARNING tests. Children who are exposed no relationship at all between a
so I called my grandchildren the an adult—you are capable of to listening to stories from their groundhog’s experience and the
DR. LINDA parents, grandparents, aunts and arrival of spring. (What if the
night before to tell them to go knowing and separating fact SILBERT uncles pick up this strategy and groundhog lives in the Southern
can use them in their everyday Hemisphere where it’s hot on
online to see if the groundhog from ction while preserving to see if the groundhog sees learning. Feb. 2? What if a groundhog in
his shadow involve storytell- Pennsylvania sees its shadow,
saw its shadow. Despite my the fun of the ction. ing, which is bene cial for the Telling your grandchildren but one in Florida doesn’t?)
young and old brain. Storytell- the groundhog story every year
husband telling me that I’m When your children are of ing requires digging into long- can help them on a variety of e question is why intel-
term memories and experiences, levels. As you read this story, ligent adults who understand
lling their heads with non- age, they too will understand sharing cultural information think about all the parts of the the di erence between fact and
and tales, and putting them brain your grandchildren will
sense, I have to tell you that all the di erence, and continue be using. ction still fall back on ctional
family traditions. Because, as
my grandchildren, from 6 to 14, family traditions based on old Groundhog Day is a tradition children, the traditions gave
in many cities in the United them a sense of security. Since
went online to nd out if the folklore. e practice is not no one knows what will hap-
States and Canada as well. It pen in the future, continuing
groundhog saw its shadow. only fun but has long-term seems that this tradition these traditions brings back
began in Germany that warm feeling they felt at
I’m a pretty savvy grandma bene ts. It’s been shown that in the 1800s with the time it all began. ey feel
a Pennsylvania safer, more con dent and more
who uses all the new electron- family traditions keep genera- Dutch supersti- secure.
tion. If a ground-
ics at home as well as at work, tions connected, reinforcing a hog saw its shad- Hope your Groundhog Day
ow after coming was fun!
but I still love Groundhog Day sense of belonging for children. out of its den
on Feb. 2 (which Dr. Linda
and the story that comes with it. e need to belong is one of meant it was a
clear day), it would Dr. Linda is co-author of “Why
When I was growing up, it was the most basic needs of hu- go back to its den, Bad Grades Happen to Good
knowing there would Kids” and director of Strong
a family tradition to nd out if man development. As a result, be six more weeks of Learning Tutoring and Test Prep.
winter. If it didn’t If you have any questions, email
the groundhog saw its shadow. children who practice and her at [email protected]

I knew this tradition wasn’t sci- then later continue

enti cally based, but it gave me, family traditions ap-

and still gives me, a feeling of pear to be emo-

comfort for some reason and I tionally healthier.

wanted them to experience that. When children

I hope you put this in your know what to

column for all the other parents expect they feel

and grandparents who think as more secure. It

I do. provides order in

Nana their lives, which,

in turn, reduces

Dear Nana, stress for them and

As I said in the past, in spite the adults around them.

of those who look down their Shared family tradi-

noses at old traditions that are tions such as looking

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Big game jitters

won’t be watching. ose are the ey have already ruled out the “tails,”and even how long the city are preparing their wagers to
rapper Pitbull, a decision which singer will take to sing the Na- each other. Kansas City will bet
MAN players from all the teams that may come back to bite them. tional Anthem. Francis Scott Key a dinner of their world-famous
OVERBOARD didn’t make it. ey’ll be sitting shortened the word “over”to “o’er” barbecue. San Francisco will bet its
at home, STILL swearing at the Out in Las Vegas they’re busy when he wrote the words to the most prized commodity, a parking
RICK o cials that cost them the game. setting the odds for the Big Game. Star Spangled Banner to save us all space downtown.
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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 18

PHOTOS: KRISTA BUSSELL


Page 20 – Yorktown News TOWN GREEN Thursday, February 6, 2020

GREEN Veterans Rd.) All dates are on pling fruits, wines and grape Sternstein’s class will meet on counselor. Get hands on assis-
FROM PAGE 2
Tuesday juice of all types. Listen to spe- the 2nd and 4th Monday of each tance with online applications,

Feb: 18 cial readings that remind us of month, at 11 a.m. His topic for resume writing, searching and

dancing to live music; swing era March: 3, 17, 31 our responsibility to care for the study will be “Understanding more. Tuesdays from 1:30- 3

attire is encouraged. April: 14, 28 earth. Congregants and non- God.” p.m. starting November 19. No

ere will be a dance lesson May: 12, 26 congregants alike are invited Beginning in February, Rabbi reservations required. First-

provided by professional swing June: 9, 23 to take this journey with Rabbi Urbas’s class will meet on the 1st come, rst-served. Please call

dance instructors from July: 7, 21 Robbie. No previous knowledge and 3rd Monday of each month, the Reference Desk at 914-245-

7 – 8 p.m., and then all are in- Aug: 4, 18 is required, and all backgrounds at 11 a.m. 5262 x227 with any questions.

vited to show o their new moves Sept: 1, 15, 29 are welcome. e Rosh Chodesh Class (for Monthly pancake
from 8–10:30 p.m. for the dance Oct: 13, 27
Tots Celebrate Tu BiSh’vat - ladies only) will meet on the rst

and concert. Light refreshments Nov: 10, 24 On February 14th at 5:30 P.M., Tuesday of each month, at 1 p.m. breakfast
will be served. Admission is $5 Dec: 8, 22 lled with movement, music, is class is for discussion and

for students and senior citizens, For more info email: [email protected] and ruach (spirit), Rabbi Robbie learning, and no knowledge of e Sons of the American Le-

and $10 for adults. drugcrisisinourbackyard.com or and Rebbetzin Ellen help bring Hebrew is required. gion Squadron #1009 is holding

Drug Crisis in Our call 845-842-1212 in the Shabbat with that special New members are always wel- a monthly pancake breakfast.
Backyard “Shabbat Spirit” followed by a come, so please contact the tem- e breakfast is open to the
Temple Beth Am Shabbat dinner. Our theme for ple for more information.
the evening will be Tu BiSh’vat public, families and of course
For more information please veterans. e cost is $8 per per-

Spotlight Family Support Temple Beth Am is located at – the Jewish celebration of the contact: Yorktown Jewish Cen- son, 50/50 ra e at 10:30 a.m. In

and Education Group: is is a 203 Church Pl. Yorktown. For birthday of the trees. e only ter, 2966 Crompond Road, addition to pancakes there are

guided recurring support group information, please call our cost of the dinner is a Shabbat Yorktown Heights, NY 10598, eggs, bacon, etc. e breakfast

for family and friends su ering Rabbi at 962-7500 or email him Shalom smile. 914-245-2324, www.yorktown- is held the rst Sunday of the

the e ect of a loved one’s strug- at [email protected] Yorktown Jewish jewishcenter.org month at American Legion Post
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through the theater entrance on celebrate this holiday by sam- Beginning in February, Rabbi search help by a professional job Support Connection

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Thursday, February 6, 2020 Yorktown News – Page 21

HOCKEY

BYSNS get revenge against Rebels

BY MIKE SABINI be a huge one,since Jimenez scored The BYSNS’ Matt Gergley came
CONTRIBUTING WRITER an unassisted goal in the third pe- up big in goal, making 29 saves
riod,to cut the BYSNS’lead to 3-2. in the win.
e BYSNS (5-11) defeated
Lakeland/Panas, 3-2, at the “It was an electrifying moment Both local teams resume play
Brewster Ice Arena on Saturday, not just for me but for the whole on Friday, Feb. 7, at the Brewster
Feb. 1, avenging an early-season team,” Makarenko said of the Ice Arena. e BYSNS will play
loss to the Rebels (3-1 on Jan. 15). BYSNS’ victory. Greeley at 4:30 p.m. and the Reb-
els will face-o against Carmel at
“ e win means a lot to us on Playing well in goal were the 6:30 p.m.
this nal stretch, to try and make BYSNS’ Matt Gergley (29 saves)
sectionals,” said BYSNS co-coach and Lakeland/Panas’ Aaron Ha- The BYSNS’ Connor Brooks
Joey Bonitatibus. thaway (30 saves). and Lakeland-Panas’ Anthony

Bonitatibus said his squad was A day earlier, also at Brewster, Colasanti race to the puck.
motivated right from the start. Lakeland/Panas defeated Horace
Greeley 6-3. PHOTOS: BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER
“ e team came out ring to-
day,” Bonitatibus said. “Our energy “It was a big win for us,” Lake-
was high and, even after we went land/Panas coach Bart Mucci said.
down 1-0, we didn’t let it a ect our “We lost 7-2 to them the rst
game. Captain Sava Makarenko game of the season.”
made some big plays, which led to
two big goals.” Lakeland/Panas garnered con-
trol of the game early, as they went
Lakeland/Panas (9-7) registered up 4-0 in the rst period.
the rst goal of the game in a very
busy second period, when Joseph “We were hard on the puck from
Jimenez scored, o an assist from the start,” Lakeland/Panas’ P.J.
Andrew Dzubak. Kowal said.“We had great pressure
and speed on the back check.Once
e BYSNS got going after someone took a shot, everyone
that, when Brien Suchanek scored, made sure to crash the net.”
o an assist from Makarenko.
Frankie Kowal (2G, 1A), P.J.
Frankie Vigiletti would give the Kowal (1G, 2A), Colin Cody (1G,
BYSNS a 2-1 lead, with an unas- 1A), Dzubak (1G, 1A), Jimenez
sisted goal, before Makarenko, (1G, 1A), Jack Tuite (2A), Antho-
courtesy of an assist from Ian Wo- ny Colasanti (1A), and Hathaway
loshyn, put the BYSNS up by two (34 saves), helped lead the Rebels,
goals. to the sweet-tasting victory against
the Quakers.
at scoring spree allowed the
BYSNS to outscore the Rebels, “It felt good to beat them,” P.J.
3-1, in the second period. Kowal said. “It just shows the
amount of work we have put in
Makarenko’s goal turned out to since the start of the season.”

GYMNASTICS

Lakeland-Panas finishes first at divisionals

e Lakeland-Panas-Putnam
Valley gymnastics team nished in

rst place in Division 1 at the divi-
sional championships on Monday,
Feb. 3, at Odyssey Gymnastics
Center in Mahopac. Mahopac
took the top spot in Division 2.

e sectional championships
will take place ursday (Feb. 6), at
Carmel High School.

Catherine Panzanaro Lakeland-Panas-Putnam Valley gymnasts hold their division championship plaque.

PHOTOS: TABITHA
PEARSON MARSHALL


Page 22 – Yorktown News SPORTS Thursday, February 6, 2020

Severino buzzer-GIRLS BASKETBALL
beater beats Brewster
Barer stands out against Bears

BY MIKE SABINI left her hand. I’m so proud of her. 37-31 de cit to start the 35 victory against visiting John Melissa
CONTRIBUTING WRITER at’s a moment she will never fourth quarter, setting up Jay-Cross River on Jan. 29. Severino
Severino’s heroics.
Melissa Severino’s three-point, forget.” “We started o the game FILE PHOTO/BOB
buzzer-beater, from the left wing, e win was Yorktown’s sec- “Our team was able to strong, with high intensity, and CASTNER
gave Yorktown a thrilling 47-44 come back in the fourth limited turnovers,” Zeolla said.
triumph, against host Brewster, ond League II-C win in a row, quarter, because we got the win.
on Jan. 31, enabling it to sweep after overtime home losses, to defensive stops, and took Zeolla (20 points, 7 rebounds, “We rotated the ball very well,
the season series. Somers and Harrison. each o ensive posses- 1 block), Ward (13 points, 4 treys,
sion one at a time,” Sev- 10 rebounds, 3 assists) and Sev- which led us to get open shots
“We got the ball with about 15 “ ose wins were huge for the erino said. “We took our erino (12 points, 8 rebounds, 4 and drives to the basket,” Zeolla
seconds less and passed the ball morale of this team and impor- time, and passed the ball assists, 2 steals), led Yorktown to said.
around,” Severino said. “ en, tant for our momentum going around, which allowed
Artesa Gashi made a quick pass into the last stretch of the sea- us to get good looks.” Lindsay Boyle (6 rebounds, 5
to me with a few seconds left. As son,” Yorktown’s Jesse Barer said. steals, 3 assists) and Hayley Cari-
soon as I caught ball, I knew I Emily Ward, with a cati (5 rebounds), also helped the
had to get the shot o as soon as Brewster led 9-0 before Yor- career-high 11 rebounds, Huskers earn the victory against
possible. As soon as I let go of the ktown called time out, with the 4 assists and 3 de ec- John Jay.
ball, I felt it going in, which felt Huskers going on a 15-0 run, to tions, and Ashley Zeolla
amazing. After missing a buzzer end the opening quarter. (9 points), also contrib-
beater in the Somers’ game, and uted to the exhilarating
losing two games in overtime re- “We began to press, which cre- victory.
cently, it was a relief. To be able ated turnovers and easy shots for
to contribute like that felt great.” us, giving us some rhythm,” Barer “It’s so nice to win
said. a game like that after
e heroics of Severino (14 the tough, close losses,
points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals, 1 Barer had a big game of her we’ve had recently,” said
block), didn’t surprise Yorktown own, with a team-high 15 points, Mundy, who added that
coach Brian Mundy. including three 3-pointers, a ca- he was very pleased with
reer-high 14 rebounds, 6 de ec- the Huskers’ season-low
“Melissa is one of the purest tions, 3 steals, and 2 assists. 11 turnovers, and rst
shooters on the team,” Mundy time this season, having
said. “She moved well without “We knew Jesse had to be more more assists (13), than
the ball and went to space real involved in the o ense coming turnovers.
well. She shoots best when she into this season,” Mundy said.
doesn’t think about it and just “She has worked on her shot a lot Yorktown used a 12-0
lets it y. e game-winning shot this year and has come through run in the rst half to go
looked good from the second it in some key situations. Tonight, up 27-12, eventually leading 33-
she was shot-ready, and she hit 17 at halftime, en route to a 57-
IntSrpoOedfcufiecartl!ory her open shots, when she had
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BOYS SWIMMING

Lakeland third,
Yorktown fourth

at divisionals

Lakeland-Panas-Putnam Val- stroke (Remy Eppner, 1:08.95) (Benjamin Brown, 24.44) (Sam Nolan, 51.82) A Yorktown-Somers
ley and Yorktown-Somers nished • Fourth place,400-yard freestyle • Second place, 1-meter diving • Sixth place, 500-yard freestyle swimmer in action
third and fourth,respectively,out of
10 teams at the Section 1 Confer- relay (Alexander Gorzula, Michael ( Jay Wilkinson, 218.60) ( Jason Muroski, 5:32.32) FILE PHOTO/BRIAN
ence 2 championships held Satur- Garofalo, William Fagan, Gabriel • ird place, 100-yard butter y • Fifteenth place, 500-yard free- MARSCHHAUSER
day, Feb. 1, at White Plains High Rzezwicki, 3:39.77)
School. ( Jack-Henry Whalen, 54.54) style ( Joseph Aoukar, 6:06.96) stroke (Sean McCurry, 1:04.95)
Scoring points for Yorktown- • Seventh place, 100-yard but- • Fourth place,200-yard freestyle • Fourteenth place, 100-yard
Section championships will be Somers were:
held Monday (Feb. 10) and Tues- ter y (Sean McCurry, 59.02) medley (Sean McCurry, Benjamin backstroke (Benjamin Brown,
day (Feb. 11) at Felix Festa Middle • Fourth place, 200-yard medley • Eighth place, 100-yard butter- Brown, Connor Townes, Sam No- 1:08.57)
School in West Nyack. relay ( Jason Muroski, Jack-Henry y ( Jay Wilkinson, 59.20) lan, 1:37.48)
Whalen, Jay Wilkinson, Sean Mc- • Fifth place, 100-yard freestyle • Fourth place, 100-yard breast-
Scoring points for Lakeland- Curry. 1:48.57) • Eighth place, 100-yard back- stroke ( Jason Muroski, 1:06.61)
Panas were:
• Second place, 200-yeard indi- • ird place, 400-yard freestyle
• Second place, 200-yard med- vidual medley ( Jack-Henry Wha- relay ( Jack-Henry Whalen, Sam
ley relay ( Jack Pagel, Alexander len, 2:03.88) Nolan, Jay Wilkinson, Jason Mu-
Gorzula, Steven Macaluso, Robert roski, 3:32.28)
Varga, 1:46.81) • Fourth place, 50-yard freestyle
(Sam Nolan, 23.81)
• Fourth place, 200-yard free-
style ( Jack Pagel, 1:51.76) • Ninth place, 50-yard freestyle

• Eighth place, 200-yard free- >> >> >> >>ONE OF THE TOP 50 CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOLS 65 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION 100% GRADUATION & ACCEPTANCE RATE 4 HONORS ACADEMIES
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MINISTRY >> ART CLUB >> BASKETBALL >> CAREER EXPLORERS >> GOLF >> MATH HONORS SOCIETY >> CHESS CLUB >> SWIMMING >> HABITAT FOR HUMANITY >> GAMING
• ird place, 200-yard indi- CLUB >> SOCCER >> MOCK TRIAL >> CRUSADER NEWSPAPER >> BUSINESS INVESTMENT >> CROSS COUNTRY >> BOOK CLUB >> CRUSADERS FOR LIFE >> DEBATE AND
vidual medley (Alexander Gorzula,
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• Eleventh place, 200-yard in- de ne your future. >>>> >> >> >> >> >>ROOM CRUSADER LITERARY JOURNAL - THE PHOENIX MSG VARSITY COMMUNITY SERVICE TRACK & FIELD NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ENGINEERING
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2:21.52) >> CULTURAL AWARENESS >> COMMON INTEREST >> PHOTOGRAPHY >> PROM COMMITTEE >> CONCERT BAND >> BASEBALL >> SCIENCE ROCKET CLUB >> SPANISH CLUB

• Sixteenth place, 200-yard in- At Stepinac, the classroom(SOCIEDAD LATINA) >> STAGE CREW >> CURRENT EVENTS >> STUDENT BAND >> BOWLING >> STUDENT GOVERNMENT >> DIVERSITY CLUB >> LITERARY MAGAZINE >>
dividual medley ( Jason Manse,
2:34.11) ITALIAN CLUB >> WRESTLING >> LAWN SPORTS >> HOCKEY >> TRAVEL CLUB >> VOCAL ARTS ENSEMBLE >> THE SHEPHERD YEARBOOK >> TENNIS >> ONE OF THE TOP 50

• Tenth place, 50-yard freestyle extended beyond our walls.>> >> >> >>CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOLS 65 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION 100% GRADUATION & ACCEPTANCE RATE 4 HONORS ACADEMIES 22 ADVANCED
(Robert Varga, 24.50)
We tackled real- world problems.>> >> >> >>PLACEMENT COURSES 1ST IN THE NATION TO OFFER A COMPLETE DIGITAL TEXTBOOK LIBRARY MORE THAN 11,000 ALUMNI CHAMPIONSHIP ATHLETIC
• irteenth place, 50-yard free- >> >> >> >> >> >>TEAMS AWARD-WINNING DRAMA CLUB MASS OFFERED DAILY HYBRID CURRICULUM OF BLENDED COURSES AMBASSADOR’S CLUB CAMPUS MINISTRY
style (David Gazivoda, 25.11) To deal with global warmingART CLUB >> BASKETBALL >> CAREER EXPLORERS >> GOLF >> MATH HONORS SOCIETY >> CHESS CLUB >> SWIMMING >> HABITAT FOR
>>HUMANITY GAMING CLUB
• Sixteenth place, 50-yard free-
style (Anthony Esposito, 25.43) and food shortage crisis, my team>> SOCCER >> MOCK TRIAL >> CRUSADER NEWSPAPER >> BUSINESS INVESTMENT >> CROSS COUNTRY >> BOOK CLUB >> CRUSADERS FOR LIFE >> DEBATE AND FOREN-

• Seventh place, 1-meter diving SICS >> CHORUS >> LACROSSE >> MU ALPHA THETA >> DRAMA CLUB >> FOOTBALL >> HEALTH CARE FORUM >> KEY CLUB >> INDOOR TRACK >> JAZZ BAND >> CLASSROOM
(Mark Varga, 128.30)
created alternate forms of energy>> >> >> >> >> >> >>CRUSADER LITERARY JOURNAL - THE PHOENIX MSG VARSITY COMMUNITY SERVICE TRACK & FIELD NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ENGINEERING
• Fourth place, 100-yard butter-
y (Steven Macaluso, 55.56) >> >> >> >> >> >> >>CULTURAL AWARENESS COMMON INTEREST PHOTOGRAPHY PROM COMMITTEE CONCERT BAND BASEBALL SCIENCE ROCKET CLUB SPANISH CLUB
• ird place, 100-yard freestyle
(Gabriel Rzezwicki, 51.06) production (a wind turbine)(SOCIEDAD LATINA) >> STAGE CREW >> CURRENT EVENTS >> STUDENT BAND >> BOWLING >> STUDENT GOVERNMENT >> DIVERSITY CLUB >> LITERARY MAGAZINE >>
• Tenth place, 100-yard freestyle
(Robert Varga, 56.70) and food productionITALIAN CLUB >> WRESTLING >> LAWN SPORTS >> HOCKEY >> TRAVEL CLUB >> VOCAL ARTS ENSEMBLE >> THE SHEPHERD YEARBOOK >> TENNIS >> ONE OF THE TOP 50
• Fifteenth place, 100-yard free- >> >> >>CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOLS 65 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION 100% GRADUATION & ACCEPTANCE RATE 4 HONORS >>ACADEMIES 22 ADVANCED
style (Michael Garofalo, 58.60) (a self- sustaining vertical farm).>> >> >> >>PLACEMENT COURSES 1ST IN THE NATION TO OFFER A COMPLETE DIGITAL TEXTBOOK LIBRARY MORE THAN 11,000 ALUMNI CHAMPIONSHIP ATHLETIC
• ird place, 500-yard freestyle
( Jack Pagel, 5:07.66) >> >> >> >> >> >>TEAMS AWARD-WINNING DRAMA CLUB MASS OFFERED DAILY HYBRID CURRICULUM OF BLENDED COURSES AMBASSADOR’S CLUB CAMPUS MINISTRY
• Fifth place, 500-yard freestyle
(William Fagan, 5:18.32) ANDRE BRAGAART CLUB >> BASKETBALL >> CAREER EXPLORERS >> GOLF >> MATH HONORS SOCIETY >> CHESS CLUB >> SWIMMING >> HABITAT FOR HUMANITY >> GAMING CLUB >>
• Fourteenth place, 500-yard
freestyle (Dominic Mantilla, CLASS OF 2019>> >> >> >> >> >> >>SOCCER MOCK TRIAL CRUSADER NEWSPAPER BUSINESS INVESTMENT CROSS COUNTRY BOOK CLUB CRUSADERS FOR LIFE DEBATE AND FORENSICS
6:14.18)
• Second place, 200-yard free- >> CHORUS >> LACROSSE >> MU ALPHA THETA >> DRAMA CLUB >> FOOTBALL >> HEALTH CARE FORUM >> KEY CLUB >> INDOOR TRACK >> JAZZ BAND >> CLASSROOM
style medley (Gabriel Rzezwicki,
Robert Varga, Steven Macaluso, >> >> >> >> >> >> >>CRUSADER LITERARY JOURNAL - THE PHOENIX MSG VARSITY COMMUNITY SERVICE TRACK & FIELD NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ENGINEERING
Jack Pagel) >> >> >> >> >> >> >>CULTURAL AWARENESS COMMON INTEREST PHOTOGRAPHY PROM COMMITTEE CONCERT BAND BASEBALL SCIENCE ROCKET CLUB SPANISH CLUB
• Second place, 100-yard back-
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stroke (William Fagan, 1:01.71) ARCHB
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