Athletics: The tri-captain of the field hockey team finished the season with 26 goals and 20 assists and led the Hornets to a ninth consecutive Class B state championship. In the finals last weekend, Cahill had a goal and an assist. The day before in the semifinals, Cahill had a goal and an assist. This season, she has garnered All-League, All-Elite, All Section and All State honors. She's been nominated for NHFCA All-American honors.
Saturday's NYSPHSAA swimming championship finals was a successful meet for Section 1 and Ursuline junior Josephine Panitz. Panitz won the state and federation title in the 200-yard individual medley in a time of 2:02.68, which is in consideration for all-American status. The time is also a new Section 1 record. In her other individual event, the 100 breaststroke, she finished third in a time of 1:03.66, a time also in consideration for all-American status.
That was how short Pelham junior diver Jennifer Bell was to a top three finish at Friday's NYSPHSAA diving championships. Bell was in second place coming into the ninth round and ran into a problem right off the top of her forward double somersault in the piked position. "I went up in my hurdle and was too close to the end of the board," Bell said. "My right front toes hung over the board on the left side. Basically my it was one-footed of the side of the board.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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