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Congrats to first year Head Baseball Coach Mike Moretta and his team which captured the Cornell Cup Championship earlier this week (week of May 14) by defeating Olmsted 3-0. Freshman Matt Cambria threw a three hitter over six innings and junior Colin Sullivan made a spectacular catch in right field to rib Olmsted of runs. The Centaurs also recently won the Cardinal O’Hara baseball tournament. This young squad has only three seniors. (information taken from Dr. Kresse’s 5/20/18 Hilltop Notes).

 

First year head baseball coach and CHS PE teacher, Mr. Moretta, has hit the ground running despite carrying only three seniors. Last weekend the Centaurs won the Cardinal O’Hara tournament including a late comeback win against rival Hutch Tech in the championship game. Volunteer assistant coaches Grandits and Barry have been crucial to guiding the young squad as well! (information taken from a 5/11/18 City Honors Facebook post).

It’s been a stellar year for the City Honors/Cardinal O’Hara Varsity and Junior Varsity Club Hockey Teams!

The JV team won the Blue Division this year with a record of 15-3. The team is headed to the JV State Tournament in Niagara Falls this weekend (March 2-4).

Three players were named JV Blue Division All Stars: Joseph Miranda, forward, and Quinn Mahoney, goaltender, were both named First Team All Stars and Sam Hollander, forward, was named a Second Team All Star. All three attend City Honors School.

Additionally, their coach, Pat Burke was named the JV Blue Division Coach of the Year.

The Varsity Team also did extremely well this year and they are headed to the Varsity State Tournament in Jamestown this weekend (March 2-4).

Jude Patrick Sabato (forward from City Honors) and Andrew Warner (pool goaltender for the varsity team) were named First team White Division All Stars and Sam Hamlett (forward from City Honors) was named a White Division Second Team All Star.

Finally, for the first time, a City Honors student was selected to receive the JT Conti Scholarship from the Western New York High School Club Hockey League. Sam Hamlett received this year’s Conti Award. It is presented to an outstanding senior athlete who plays on one of the 20 Varsity Club Hockey teams in the WNYHSCHL.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictured from left to right: Sam Hollander, forward. Joe Miranda, forward. Quinn Mahoney, goaltender. JV Blue Division coach of the year Pat Burke.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictured from left to right: Andrew Warner, goalie. Pat Sabato, forward. Sam Hamlett, forward.

 

February 13, 2018 was senior night on The Hilltop for boys basketball against MST at Seneca. 

CHS Grade 7-12 Parents: On Monday (12/18) at 2:55 in the LGI Room, there will be an organizational meeting for any student in grades 7-12 interested in playing baseball for CHS this spring. Students unable to attend this meeting, but with an interest in participating, should provide their name and homeroom number to Ms. Taggart in the school counseling office.

Registration for the CHS High School Ski & Snowboard Club is now open!

Register by October 31 to avoid late fee.

Click here for registration form and additional details.

This information may also be found on the City Honors website under School Life > Clubs/Activities:   https://cityhonors.org/page/clubs-activities/

Please contact Alex Thomson, City Honors Ski Club Advisor, with any questions you may have about CHS Ski & Snowboard Club.

Alex Thomson, 716-884-8532, cityhonorsskiclub@gmail.com

The CHS Girls XCountry Team headed off to the ‘Grand Daddy’ of all meets on September 30, 2017, the McQuaid Invitational, and did not disappoint!

The Centaurs placed 4th overall in their division. 11th graders Ryan James and Cecilia Favorito came in 3rd and 6th overall respectively.

Ryan James was also named a Buffalo News Runner of the Week! Congrats Girls!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On Friday, September 15, 2017, the basketball courts at Masten Park were dedicated in honor of Lamont Edwards Yancey, Jr., a City Honors School student who passed away two years ago in September 2015. He was a volunteer for The Ride For Roswell & Habitat for Humanity Buffalo.

Click here for video of Masten Park Basketball Courts honoring the memory of Lamont Yancey.

The video may also be found here on WGRZ’s Kelly Dudzik’s Facebook page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Almost two years ago, CHS lost Lamont Yancey, Jr. ’18 to a heart condition while playing basketball at Masten Park. On September 15 at 4:30, prior to the CHS Annual Back-to-School BBQ, the Masten Park courts will be dedicated to Lamont. Please join Lamont’s family and our school community to memorialize this very special student and classmate. Thank you to county legislator, Barbara Miller-Williams, for her work to make this tribute to Lamont a reality.

Masten Park basketball court will be dedicated to student who died young
The basketball court where City Honors student Lamont Edward Yancey Jr. enjoyed so much time will be dedicated in his memory this month d…

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Over the weekend of June 3, 2017, the CHS Women’s rugby team completed another successful season, lead by Senior Rose Durnell, and Senior Captains Aria Moore and Payton McKelvey.

The girls finished the regular season placing second in the division, with their only loss coming to nationally ranked (#3) Orchard Park. On June 3rd-4th, the team competed in the State Championship tournament at SUNY Binghamton.

After a tough loss in the opening round, the women put together a complete team effort to defeated the Syracuse Silverhawks, 65-0, placing 3rd in the state for the third straight year.

Congratulations Ladies!

 

The State Championships for Crew took place this past weekend (May 13-14, 2017) in Saratoga Springs and City Honors again placed extremely well against competition from around NYS.

Congratulations to:

Our Freshman Girls 4+ team of Lily Lettieri, Kate Connolly, Maya Fuller, Katie Mahoney, and coxswain Kate Hassett for winning the NYS Championship in this category!

The City Honors Boys Varsity A Boat 4+, manned by Joey Hassett, Benjamin Spencer, Ben Dimitroff, Michael Pratts, and coxswain Ryan Lakamp that won Bronze and qualified for Nationals.

The Girls Varsity 4+ team of Sophie Quigley, Megan Grieco, Sam Lonas, Robbie Williams, and coxswain Hannah Murphy came in 4th place and also qualified for Nationals.

And finally, Freshman Sabrina Lonas, who teamed up with a student from Maritime Charter under the auspices of Buffalo Scholastic to win the State Championship in the Junior Double event.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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