Time ran out, and the Flyers had managed to defeat their Marianist rivals in the semifinals for the second straight year.
From mid-September to mid-November, every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, Chaminade High School welcomes college representatives who may evaluate an aspiring student’s application. At these meetings, the representatives advertise the benefits of the college they represent, and allow students to learn more about a potential home for themselves to grow in knowledge.
Varsity football played their last home game of the season on Saturday, October 24.
Tensions ran high as the Chaminade Flyers matched up against a formidable St. Anthony’s squad on Thursday, October 22. When Chaminade played St. Anthony’s earlier in the season, the teams tied, and both teams were seeking victory in their last game of the regular season.
The varsity soccer team continued their winning ways on Tuesday, October 20, when the team fought the St. Dominic Bayhawks. This game was not just another league game; it marked the 2015 Senior Game, a time-honored tradition for the oldest members of both squads to reflect on a terrific four years as student athletes.
On Sunday, October 18, the Vocal Chamber Ensemble, under the direction of Ms. Viktoria Khokhlova, traveled into the heart of New York City to perform at one of its most famed musical venues, Carnegie Hall.
On October 15, 2015, Thomas Miloscia, a graduate of the class of 2015, passed away following his extended battle with cancer. He was laid to rest yesterday, October 22, after a funeral Mass at Sts. Philip and James Church in St. James, NY. Thomas’s friend and classmate, Tobias Hoonhout ’15, prepared and delivered the following eulogy at yesterday’s Mass. May those members of the class of 2015 who were unable to attend yesterday’s Mass – as well as the rest of the Chaminade Family – find comfort in Toby’s words as we remember our friend and brother Thomas. May he rest in peace.