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Mike was one of the glue guys that makes everyone else better. He always guarded the other team's best inside player. Josh Mitchell joined the team at the end of the first semester. Josh stepped right in to help the team. It took Eric Block awhile to get used to the college game.
When he did, however, he had a huge impact for the Colts. In the last weeks of the season Block came up big time after time. He scored 28 points in a double overtime win over nationally ranked Sullivan, then added to that by scoring 20 in the Region Championship game.
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In the team's final game, Block was once again the leading scorer with 19 against Lackawanna. Freshmen Scott Kingly and Bobby Olsen both return next year and should be major contributors. Orange returns a solid nucleus of players next season.
With Davis, Mitchell, and Block all being first year players, the entire back court should be back next season. In the front court Olsen and Kingly, along with much improved Xavier Hunter, give the Colts a few seasoned veterans to rely on.
If things break the right way, the Colts could make another run at the Region title and a trip deep into the District tournament is a distinct possibility. The team finished the season and had their most wins since This year's team featured a balanced approach.
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Harris was an inside force for the Colts. Chiappone was the team leader at Her mid-range jump shot gave opponents fits all season long. Casey Waldron was another inside presence whose game matured greatly throughout the season.
Sophomore Calia Cropp missed some time this season due to injury. Her missed games likely kept her from also making a post season all-conference team. Calia, the team leader in assists at 4. Sheila Burns was another freshman who earned a starting spot. Her athleticism and defensive contributions were outstanding throughout the season.
With a couple of key additions the Colts should once again be in position to contend for a conference title. In their first season of competition the team exceeded every expectation. The team, which fielded a full contingent of runners, was nationally ranked for much of the season. Haley Maerz won the Mid-Hudson Conference race and finished 22nd in a time of These outstanding performances by our student-athletes give high hopes for the team in Currently attending Rockland Community College, he is set to enroll at Penn State in the spring semester.
Runner-up Jake Jibb, Monroe-Woodbury class offinished 50 yards back in Jibb was the state 3,meter steeplechase champion in 8: Kohlbrenner started clicking off Alumni Run titles the first year she was eligible and has not lost since. Ventarola was the one of the top two runners for the St. Monroe-Woodbury of Orange County swept the team titles.
The Crusader men won their fifth crown, outdistancing runner-up and nine-time team champ Clarkstown North, 70 to The Crusader women captured their record 12th team title with 36 points, followed by Pearl River with Monroe-Woodbury also claimed team participation honors with 32 runners, ahead of runner-up Clarkstown South 22 and third-place Suffern The oldest participant was Pete Beckerle, age 85, Spring Valley class ofwho finished the race in He was one of seven Beckerle family members to complete the course, including eldest son Larry, Albertus Magnus class ofwho holds the distinction of being the only individual to have participated in all 33 editions of the race.
The Alumni Run was renamed in memory of Markiewicz in and an annual award was established to recognize those who have rendered distinguished service to the sport. Past Alumni Run champions who participated this year include Nick Roosa, Tappan Zee class ofa two-time winner who placed sixth in Besides Gavigan, other former Rockland County scholastic meet titleholders who took part were Jim Dinan, Nanuet class ofand Brendan Fennell, Pearl River class ofa three-time County meet champ and two-time state titlist who was voted Male Runner of the Decade for Rockland from Monroe-Woodbury MW70; 2.
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Pearl River PR; 5. Clarkstown South CS; 6.