3 Up 3 Down: November 2, 2018 Edition

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Get Colorized: Junior Evening of Recollection

Juniors will have their chance to gather as a class and develop their faith during the annual Get Colorized evening. The event will take place next Thursday, November 8, at 5:45 pm in the AAC, and will begin with a dinner, followed by faith talks and time for Eucharistic Adoration.

Varsity Soccer Team Chases League Title Again

The varsity soccer team is closing out their season this week after defeating Kellenberg on Tuesday night with a score of 5-1. This Sunday at Hofstra University, the team will take on St. Anthony’s in the CHSAA league final. The team faced St. Anthony’s twice during the regular season, winning both matches. As the varsity soccer team has won the league title three years in a row, they look to continue their streak this weekend.

Calling All Winter Sports Athletes!

As fall sports come to a close, several winter teams will kick off their season next week. The riflery and varsity bowling teams will have tryouts this coming Monday. Next Saturday, November 10, the varsity and junior varsity wrestling teams, as well as all divisions of basketball will hold tryouts. Good luck to those trying out!


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Well Said!

The Chaminade Speech Team continued their success with a 3rd place finish this past Saturday at Roslyn High School. Students competed in Declamation, Drama, Extemp, Original Oratory, and Duo Interpretation, with speakers clinching first place in each category. This weekend, the team will compete at Molloy College and the prestigious Interleague Tournament the following weekend.

Cross-Country Team Shines

The Flyers Cross-Country team had a successful weekend at the NSCHSAA league championships at Sunken Meadow, with many athletes setting personal records and contributing to the team’s accomplishments. The freshman team placed first in the league, while the varsity and JV teams placed second in a close battle against St. Anthony’s.


Keep on Rowing!

After a terrific showing in Boston, the crew team had a strong performance in Philadelphia at the Head of the Schuylkill Regatta this past weekend. The varsity boats finished in 15th and 68th places out of 70 competitors. The junior varsity entries placed in 15th, 17th, 31st, and 59th in a competitive fleet of 71 boats. Finally, the three freshman boats came in 14th, 18th, and 32nd place out of 56 competitors. Next weekend, the team will travel to Leonia, New Jersey for the Overpeck Invitational Regatta, aiming to continue their successes as the season nears its conclusion.