Wrestling

Westchester County Championships
Sunday, Jan. 19 (Lincoln High School)

John Jay went home with seven all-county wrestlers (top six) at the Westchester County Championships at Lincoln High School. The Indians also placed fourth out of 26 teams.

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Third place: Max Grzymala (152)
Fifth place: Spencer Hadlock (99)
Fifth place: Jake Kern (106)
Fifth place: Gavin Fiacco (160)
Fifth place: Matt Ferrer (220)
Sixth place: Ian Gallagher (160)
Sixth place: Will Stein (195)

John Jay 61, Hendrick Hudson 13
Tuesday, Jan. 21

Spencer Hadlock (99, forfeit), Luca Duva (106, fall), Jake Kern (113, majority decision), Cameron Wierl (120, fall), Daniel Kola (126, fall), Connor Mulcahy (132, decision), Max Grzymala (152, decision), Jimmy Norris (160, forfeit), Gavin Fiacco (170, forfeit), Will Stein (195, fall), Matthew Ferrer (220, decision), and Max Andrade (285, fall) picked up points for John Jay.

John Jay 63, Lakeland-Panas 21
Thursday, Jan. 21

Spencer Hadlock (99, forfeit), Luca Duva (106, fall), Cameron Wierl (120, fall), Connor Mulcahy (132, decision), Donald Schaus (145, fall), Max Grzymala (152, fall), Gavin Fiacco (160, fall), Ian Gallagher (182, fall), Will Stein (195, fall), Matthew Ferrer (220, fall), and Max Andrade (285, fall) picked up points for John Jay.

Ridgefield Challenge
Saturday, Jan. 25 (Ridgefield High School)

Three wrestlers made it to the championship round of the Ridgefield Challange: Luca Duva (99), Gavin Fiacco (160) and Matt Ferrer (220) all placed second. Will Stein (195) took fifth.

Girls Basketball (7-7)

Brewster 50. John Jay 43
Friday, Jan. 17 (John Jay High School)

Stats were not reported for this game.

John Jay 48, Irvington 46
Saturday, Jan. 25 (John Jay High School)

Cornell-bound Kendall Miller had a monster game for John Jay (19 points, 18 rebounds, 5 steals, 5 blocks) in perhaps their most impressive win of the season.

Down 1, senior Kelly Nolan, on an assist from Sarah Pieratti, drained a three-pointer from the left corner with 6.7 seconds left. Irvington’s attempt to win the game on a three-pointer of their own was swatted away by Miller, who snatched the ball out of mid-air and dribbled it away as the clock ran out.

Also leading the way were Mia Puccio (11 points, 7 rebounds), Kelly Nolan (6 points, 4 rebounds, 3 steals) and Annabel Brennan (7 points).

Boys Basketball (7-6)

John Jay 62, Brewster 53
Sunday, Jan. 19 (Brewster High School)

The game was tied 27 after two quarters, but John Jay took over in the second half. Shane Martinsen (13 points), Joey Pink (11 points), Mason DiFalco (9 points), and Ben Konak (7 points) led the way offensively. Ben Brevetti had a solid rebounding performance and Chris Walsh was strong on the drive. Stephen Ingersoll did a nice job stretching the floor for John Jay.

Track and Field

Westchester County Championships
Friday, Jan. 24 (The Armory, New York City)

• Sophomore Andrew Lucassen (6.95) finished in 10th place out of 155 runners in the boys’ 55-meter dash.

• Senior Kitanya Brown (8.02) and junior Abigail Scinicariello (8.20) finished in 36th and 60th place, respectively, out of 133 runners in the girls’ 55-meter dash.

• Senior Samuel Posner finished in fourth place (10:05.08) out of 12 runners in the boys’ 3,000-meter run.

• Junior Kelsey Crawford (10:39.42) finished in third place and Clodagh McGroary (11:12.31) finished in eighth place out of 17 runners in the girls’ 3,000-meter run.

• Senior Morgan Johnson (3:11.60) finished in 11th place and freshman Lily O’Shoughnessy (3:21.00) finished in 23rd place out of 51 runners in the girls’ 1,000-meter run.

• Senior Kitanya Brown (1:47.62) finished in 13th place out of 41 runners in the girls’ 600-meter run. Abigail Scinicariello (1:54.72) finished 33rd and Alyson Parker (1:55.58) finished 34th.

• Sophomore Max Goodman (4:45.88) finished in 10th place, Senior Connor Jenkins (4:52.88) finished in 20th place, and sophomore Liam Touhy (4:59.10) finished in 28th place out of 36 runners in the boys’ 1,600-meter run.

• Junior Liliana Carey (5:20.33) finished in 16th place out of 25 runners in the girls’ 1,500-meter run.

• Junior Abigail Scinicariello (47.35) finished in 39th place out of 64 runners in the girls’ 300-meter dash.

• Senior Sebastian Degenhardt (41.10) finished in 51st place out of 67 runners in the boys’ 300-meter dash.

• The John Jay Girls 4x800 relay team (10:26.68) finished in fifth place out of 14 teams.

• Sophomore Andrew Lucassen (19-03.00) finished in seventh place and senior James Meikle (18-05.00) finished in 17th place of 39 jumpers in the boys’ long jump.

• Senior James Meikle (39-02.50) finished in eighth place out of 22 jumpers in the boys’ triple jump event.

• The John Jay Girls 4x800 relay team (10:26.68) finished in fifth place out of 14 teams.

• The John Jay Boys 4x200 relay team (1:44.80) finished in 20th place out of 25 teams.

• The John Jay Girls 4x200 relay team (2:08.49) finished in 21st place out of 21 teams.

• The John Jay Boys 4x400 relay team (3:49.98) finished in 12th place out of 22 teams.

• The John Jay Girls 4x400 relay team (4:27.38) finished in 10th place out of 17 teams.

Boys ‘A’ Bowling (10-5)

Hendrick Hudson 7, John Jay 0
Wednesday, Jan. 22

Total Pins: Hen Hud 2,243, John Jay 2,185

High Game:

1. Connor Leska-Kent, 195
2. Owen Morabito, 184
3. CJ Polworth, 172

High Series:

1. Owen Morabito 474
2. Connor Leska-Kent 468
3. CJ Polworth 447

Girls Bowling (9-4)

John Jay 7, Hendrick Hudson 0
Wednesday, Jan. 22

Total Pins: John Jay 1,836, Hen Hud 1,476

High Game:

1. Amelia Maiorana, 191
2. Beka Mici, 156
3. Amelia Maiorana, 156

High Series:

1. Amelia Maiorana, 476
2. Kiera Ellison, 377
3. Beka Mici, 351

Boys ‘B’ Bowling (1-11)

North Salem 7, John Jay 0
Wednesday, Jan. 22

Elijah Siegel had the high game of 132.