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ST. ANTHONY'S ATHLETICS

ST. ANTHONY'S HIGH SCHOOL, NY Franciscan Brothers

ST. ANTHONY'S ATHLETICS

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Schools out...Sports are on! Enjoy the Week! Frairathletics.org will have any updates on schedules… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

1:51 AM - 23 Apr 19

Full Day of SA sports! Bring your snacks! :) so you don't miss the action! @stanthonysalum @StAnthonysHStwitter.com/i/web/status/1…

5:55 PM - 16 Apr 19

  For all those who love Swimming/Sports looking for the best place to swim....Who could ask for any thing more of a coach and team... True Friar Nation! Back on Top! How about THAT performance???!!!   That’s right Friar Fans…  We are CHAMPIONS once again!   Coach Scott and I took the drive together to the Nassau Aquatic Center… no radio on, just us reflecting on what we’ve already seen this team accomplish this season.  Eleven State cut times vs. Xavier; Eighteen (highest ever) State cuts vs. Chaminade, and sixteen vs. Fordham Prep. More “in season” cuts than the Friars have ever done in a single season.  We can’t wait to see what’s in store for us to witness over the next two days.     It’s been three years since the Friars have won the CHSAA Championship, and once again, we are finally upon Champs Weekend.  This team has taken each challenge one at a time, one workout at a time, one dual meet at a time, but an underlying theme in the back of all our minds was to once again take the League Championship.   “TIB” – Take it Back!       This team is battle tested.  We need to be because we will swim against the best.  We compete in the top league in all of NY State, and you can’t win unless you are prepared to give your absolute best.  Since 2016, this teams seniors and leaders have seen it all; close meets, Championship celebrations, and some tough losses to incredibly talented teams.  It’s a story; their story. Now they are embarking on the conclusion to that story with the best team in Friar history to back them.     We [the coaches] discussed how excited we were after finishing the Champs lineup.  And I’ll be honest, there was input from not only the coaches, but the swimmers themselves.  Complete Team Effort! We all know it doesn’t just take your top swimmers to win the Championship; it takes an entire deep team.  After seeing it on paper, this IS a deep team. The excitement level is off the charts and everyone is on board. 42 Friars competing as One.       Day 113 into the season…  AND THIS TEAM IS READY! Funny story: .... Want to know more about the story follow the link  http://www.friarswimming.com ...

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Newsday softball rankings (with games reported to Newsday through April 8) 1. Kellenberg (8-0) 2. East Meadow (4-1) 3. St. Anthony’s (4-1) 4. Islip (5-0) 5. MacArthur (...

Boys Varsity Rugby

2 weeks ago

The Friar's defeated Rockaway Rugby Club 60-7. 3 Try’s were scored by SR. Daniel Golden, 2 Try’s were scored by SR. Hunter Vierling, 2 Try’s were scored by SR. Pete...

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The Friars rally in the second half against Garden City as Charlotte Verhulst controls draws, scores three goals; Katie DeSimone assists on winner. Kira Accettella of St. Anthony's gets congratulated by teammates Charlotte Verhulst, left, and Sophia Iaccino, middle, after scoring a goal in overtime to give the Friars an 11-10 win over host Garden City in a non-league girls lacrosse game on Tuesday. Photo Credit: James Escher By Kenny DeJohn Newsday Kira Accettella calls it “The Twizzler.” The St. Anthony’s girls lacrosse team calls it “The Winner.” Accettella received the entry pass from Katie DeSimone and raced from right to left across the front of the cage. As she reached the top of the crease, she lowered the head of her stick, flipped her wrists and shoveled in a backhanded goal with 1:28 left in overtime, sending the St. Anthony’s bench into a frenzy. The Friars had just beaten host Garden City, 11-10, after a wild 9-1 run in the second half gave St. Anthony’s a 10-8 lead in the annual non-league rivalry game on Tuesday.

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Boys Varsity Lacrosse

3 weeks ago

St. Anthony's is ranked seventh in the country in the latest national power rankings. Chaminade, which is the defending CHSAA Class AA state champion, is ninth. St. Anthony's ...

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Exciting to have  5 Girls on Long Island's top 100 Lacrosse List   Player School Grade Position College Choice Comment ...

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