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Yorktown Adds John Jay to List of Conquests; Somers Falls to Byram

Scrutiny is part of the contract when you sign on with state-ranked (No.12) YORKTOWN. It comes with the territory when you’re held to the standards of a 40-time Section 1 and seven-time NYS champion. We told you last week in this very space things like “Yorktown has lost four in a row, but don’t be fooled into thinking Coach Tim Schurr’s state-ranked (No.4) Huskers (4-5) are not prime-time players for the Section 1 Class B crown,” and that “We’re not going to panic on the Huskers, who traditionally play an extremely tough schedule, until we see what happens later today, though a loss to John Jay would give cause for concern.”
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FSC Sweeps John Jay in Non-Conference DH

Win: Christian Esperon (1-0) 2B: Tony Figliuolo; Michael Iacobellis; Jonathan Morales; Daniel Molina. Farmingdale, N.Y. - The FSC baseball team picked up a pair of non-conference victories over John Jay this afternoon. The Rams won the first game, 5-2, and followed with a convincing 15-5 decision in the second game to complete the sweep. Farmingdale State now stands at 16-10 overall, while the Bloodhounds dropped to 5-26.

Boys Varsity Baseball Sends John Jay (A)Cross the River

Rye Boys Varsity Baseball sent John Jay (a)cross the river Thursday, winning the away game 6-4. The Garnets move to an impressive 10-0 season. “Derek pitched 5 innings of scoreless relief to earn his 4th win of the year,” said Rye Boys Varsity Baseball Coach Michael Bruno. “Jack Margiloff went 3-4 with 2 RBI. Jackson Fowle had two doubles.”

Men’s Volleyball Sweeps John Jay

NEW YORK, N.Y. (3/23/22) – The Kean University men's volleyball team earned back-to-back victories with a 3-0 straight sets sweep of John Jay College on Wednesday evening. Duncan Beilke notched nine kills for the Cougars who improve to 14-9 overall. Logan Ramos tallied nine kills for the Bloodhounds who fall to 7-10 overall.

Pacers Baseball sweeps doubleheader against John Jay

Marywood baseball faced the John Jay Bloodhounds in a doubleheader at home Sunday afternoon. The Pacers were riding a three game win streak heading into the first game looking to take advantage of a winless John Jay team. In game one, the Pacers came out red hot. Despite giving up...