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Flyers score big in their Diocesan meet


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Photo courtesy St. Margaret's/Resurrection Flyers.

The St. Margaret’s/Resurrection Flyers brought the speed this weekend at Astoria Park, during the Diocesan meet.

The top performer of the day was senior girl Karolina Niepokoj, who, besides winning the gold medal, broke a 20-year-old record in the 800-meter run by four seconds. The new time to beat by a senior girl is 2:33 in the event.

Also receiving gold medals were junior girl Zara McPartland and bantam boy Ricky Hubert for their performance in the 800-meter run. Other gold medal winners were senior girl Aniara Higgins and senior boy Luc Cathersal for the running long jump, novice boy Andrew Kelly for the 400-meter run and novice girl Olia Higgins for the 100-meter run.

Diocesan victories and gold medal recipients for relays were junior girls Nina Allen and Shauna Hurson; senior girl Rebecca Hurson; junior boys Owen Kelly and John Boger; and senior boy John Ostling for their performances in the 400-meter medley.

Silver medal winners included novice girl Leana Ruiz for the 400-meter run, senior boy Daniel Longcar for the 200-meter run, novice boy Josiah Boulet for the 100-meter run and novice boy Kevin Isca for the 50-meter run. Senior boy Brian Kelly won the silver for the running long jump.

Receiving silver for their 800-meter medley relay race were bantam boys Kacper Niepokoj, Victor Osling, Robert Geraci and Shane Rooney.

Bringing home the bronze was senior girl Ciara Roche for her performance in the 800-meter run, as well as novice girl Aileen Mitritonda and novice boy Unai Higgins for their 400-meter run. Peewee boy Anthony Pedicini also received a bronze medal for his 50-meter run. Other bronze medal recipients for the running long jump were bantam girl Mackenize Collin and bantam boy Kevin Girdusky.

Winning the bronze for their performance in the 800-medley relay race were junior girls Zara Nafaa, Lili Cathersal, Bryanna Hurson and Jayde Sabin.

Also receiving medals for their tremendous efforts in their 100-meter races were senior girl Ellen McGovern, bantam girl Athalia Mulligan and novice girls Catherine Roche and Nora Olmo. Bantam boy Joshua Rivera received a medal for his great effort in his 50-meter run.

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Flyers impress at Astoria Park meet


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Photo courtesy St. Margaret's/Resurrection Flyers.

The St. Margaret’s/Resurrection Flyers brought home five gold medals in the Ray Suarez Memorial Meet at Astoria Park last weekend.

Novice boy Andrew Kelly won the gold in the 400-meter run, while novice girl Olaia Higgins took the gold for the 100-meter run. Winning gold medals for the running long jump were bantam girl Mackenize Collin, senior girl Ainara Higgins and senior boy Luc Cathersal.

The silver medal winners included bantam boy Ricky Hubert for his performance in the 400-meter run and novice boy Josiah Boulet for the 100-meter run. For the 800-meter run, the Hurson sisters, Rebecca and Bryanna, brought home silver.

Other silver medal recipients were junior girls Nina Allen, Lili Cathersal, Claire Rooney and Shauna Hurson for the 800-meter relay race. The Flyers’ last silver medal winner was senior boy Brian Kelly for the running long jump.

Novice girl Aileen Mitritonda and novice boy Unai Higgins earned the bronze medal in the 400-meter run. Caira Roche also won the bronze for her performance in the 800-meter run.

The Flyers other medal recipients were; bantam girl Emily Browne for the 400-meter run and junior boy Owen Kelly for the 800-meter run. Receiving medals for the 100-meter run were bantam girl Athalia Mulligan and senior boy Joshua Boulet.

Novice girls Nora Olmo and Kate Lynagh put in great efforts in the 100-meter run. Other flyers who gave a tremendous effort were bantam boy Shane Rooney in the 400-meter run, junior boy Joseph Browne in the 800-meter run and junior boy John Boger for the running long jump.

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Flyers open the outdoor season with record-setting performance


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Photos courtesy of St. Margaret/Resurrection Flyers

The St. Margaret/Resurrections Flyers started their outdoor season by breaking a record at the Spring Games in Astoria Park on April 19.

The Flyers novice boys teams of Josiah Boulet, Kevin Isca, Unai Higgins and Andrew Kelly set the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) record for the fastest running time in the 600-meter medley relay in the novice division at 1 minute and 56 seconds. This record-setting performance also gave the boys a gold medal victory.

Also bringing home the gold were senior girls and boys Aniara Higgins, Rebecca Hurson Luc Cathersal and Brian Kelly for the running long jump. Senior girls Keriann Koenig, Ariel LaForest, Caira Roche and Karolina Niepokoj and junior girls Nina Allen, Zara Nafaa, Lili Cathersal and Zara McPartland all won gold medals for the 1,200-meter medley relay.

Winning gold for the 1,200-meter medley relay were junior boys Owen Kelly, Joseph Browne, John Boger and Seamus Girdusky. Peewee Cole Perna took the top prize for the 50-meter dash.

Photo courtesy St. Margaret/Resurrection Flyers

Novice girls Olia Higgins, Nora Olmo, Catherine Roche and Aileen Mitritonda won the silver medal for the 600-meter medley relay. Receiving silver medals for the 1,200-meter medley relay were senior boys Daniel Longcar, Alex LaForest, Joshua Boulet and John Ostling.

The bronze medal recipients for the Flyers were bantam boys Kacper Neipokoj, Victor Ostling, Sean Roche and Ricky Hubert for the 800-meter medley relay as well as Robert Geraci and Shane Rooney for the running long jump.

Other medal recipients are Mackenize Collin and Emily Browne for the running long jump.

Bantam runner Joshua Rivera, novice girl Kate Lynagh and bantam girl Claire Rooney put in tremendous efforts in the 50-meter dash. Also giving valiant efforts were junior girl Bryana Hurson for the 400-meter run and junior girls Shauna Hurson and Jayde Sabin in the 200-meter run.

The Flyers’ next meet is this Saturday, May 2, at Astoria Park.

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Flyers snag medals at St. Anthony’s Classic


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Photos courtesy St. Margaret's/Resurrection Flyers

The St. Margaret’s/Resurrection Flyers soared high yet again during the final indoor track meets of the 2014/2015 track season at the St. Anthony’s Classic on March 22 at St. Anthony’s School in Huntington, Long Island.

At the meet, several of the Flyers were the first to cross the finish line and earn gold medals.

Peewee Aileen Mitarotonda won the 55-meter race. Receiving gold medals for the 4×100-meter relay race were novice boys Josiah Boulet, Unai Higgins, Kevin Isca and Andrew Kelly. Junior girls Nina Allen, Lili Cathersal, Ainara Higgins and Zara McPartland also took home the top prize in the 4×100-meter relay race.

Flyers 2Senior Luc Cathersal, junior Keri Ann Koenig and novice Leana Riuz all brought home gold medals for the 300-meter race. Other gold medalists were senior Karolina Niepokoj for the 800-meter race and senior Brian Kelly for the standing long jump.

Bantam Ricky Hubert won the silver medal for the 600-meter race and junior Owen Kelly took second in the standing long jump.

Receiving bronze medals for the 55-meter race were peewees Gavin Walsh and Anthony Pedecini, as well as novice Francesca DeSantis. Bronze medal recipients for the 300-meter race were novice Olaia Higgins, bantam Mackenzie Collin, bantam Kacper Niepokoj, junior Jorge Aguilar and junior Seamus Girdusky. In the standing long jump, bantam Robert Geraci and junior John Bolger took home the bronze.

 

Other runners receiving medals included junior Laura Hulliahan and bantams Kevin Girdusky and Joshua Rivera for the 55-meter race, as well as bantams Luke Trinchillo, Justin Trinchillio, Victor Osling and Sean Walsh for the 4×100-meter relay.

Coaches Jeff Boger, Mark Codd, Dennis Fey, Teresa Hubert and Mike Loftus are proud of all the Flyers who participated in the meet. Any child in grades K through 8 are invited to come to a team practice if they wish to try out for the team for the upcoming season. Practices are held on Tuesdays from 4 to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 to 9 a.m. at the track in Juniper Valley Park in Middle Village.

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Police warn Maspeth, Woodside residents of home burglars


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THE COURIER/Photo by Liam La Guerre

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The 104th Precinct is warning residents to beware of burglars.

The precinct’s detective team has released flyers seeking information that could help prevent future loss of property or catch thieves that have committed several recent home burglaries in Maspeth.

“Help us, Help you!,” is written on the flyer. “Recently there have been numerous burglaries in the Maspeth/Woodside, Queens area while homeowners are at work or away from home.”

Anyone with information is asked to call the precinct’s detective team at 718-386-2723.

Flyer courtesy of NYPD

 

 

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