Boys Basketball Wins Conroy Tournament

Boys Varsity Basketball edged host Lakeland to win the Carolyn Conroy Tournament Saturday night 55-54.

Senior Jack Baron earned Tournament MVP honors and Senior Brian Under was part of the All-Tournament team.

The boys had beaten Bronxville 57-47 Thursday night to get to the title game and are now 2-0 on the young season

L to R: Head Coach Dave Fernandes, Tournament MVP Jack Baron, Justin Abrams (w/ Team Trophy), All Tournament Selection Brian Unger, Asst Coach Liz Lops

Girls Basketball Opens Regular Season Monday

Girls Basketball will open the season at home in the main gym versus Pleasantville. The JV team tips off at 4:30. Varsity squad follows that game at 6:00pm.

Wrestling Shows Strength as Tournament Host

Horace Greeley Wrestling kicked off its '16-'17 season in fine fashion finishing 2nd in a field of 12.

Full results of this weekend's action can be found by clicking here

Ice Hockey Opens with 2 Games This Weekend

Greeley's Ice Hockey Team will make its debut Saturday night, December 3rd. The Quakers take on Hendrick Hudson at 7:40pm at the Brewster Ice Arena.

The team has a short turnaround as it will face Westlake on Sunday December 4th also at 7:40pm. Come cheer on the Quakers in their opening weekend!

Brewster Ice Arena is located at 63 Fields Lane in Brewster, off exit 8 of I-684.

Girls Swimming 9th at State Championships

L to R: Kasia Malendowicz, Gaige Elms, Cate Sawkins, Amanda McHugh

The Greeley Girls Swimming Team finished in 9th place out of 89 teams at the NYSPHSAA Swim Championships.

6 swimmers traveled to Ithaca College this past week to compete as part of the Section 1 team. Cate Sawkins and Kasia Malendowicz each made finals in both of their individual events.

Sawkins, who was elected Captain by her Section 1 teammates, finished in 9th place in the 100 back and 26th place in the 100 fly. Malendowicz finished 5th in the 500 free and 13th in the 200 free. Freshman Ava Franks took 19th in the 100 breaststroke.

The 400 Free Relay of Sawkins, Amanda McHugh, Gaige Elms and Malendowicz took 9th and the 200 Medley Relay team of Sawkins, Franks, McHugh and Margaux Weiner took 10th.

Rochester's Pittsford-Sutherland (Section 5) took home the team title.

Big thank you to Christine Hagan for all the score reporting from the weekend.

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