Athletics: Last Wednesday, Towne broke the Brunswick Pool record in the backstroke with a time of 52.17 seconds. He also won the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 52.48 seconds. He was a member of the 200 medley relay in a time of one minute, 41.3 seconds, which broke the Hackley school record by over two seconds. Back in December, he added two school records in the backstroke and butterfly, which were also Ivy School records. As of Wednesday, Towne hasn't lost a race he's competed in.
Athletics: As of Monday, Duarte is averaging 19.9 points per game according to LoHud stats. The shooting guard has been a starter on the Gaels for three years. On Dec. 22, in a win over Monsignor Scanlan, Duarte hit 10 three-pointers in the game, including two in the final minutes of the upset win, finishing with a career-high 37 points. She signed her National Letter Intent on Wednesday to play ball for Husson University in Maine, where she plans to major in Criminal Justice and Psychology.
At Scarsdale 99: Lee Kermanshahchi (SCSR) over (MOVE) (For.) 106: Michael Jamesley (SCSR) over (MOVE) (For.) 113: Jon Keltz (SCSR) over Bobby Nelson (MOVE) (Fall 1:41) 120: Christian Ortiz (MOVE) over (SCSR) (For.) 126: Najashi Sharpe (MOVE) over Conner Raff (SCSR) (Fall 1:43) 132: Double Forfeit 138: Jayvon Bramble (MOVE) over Hayden Hunt (SCSR) (Fall 1:16) 145: Brendon Knopp (SCSR) over Eduardo Gomez (MOVE) (Fall 1:41) 152: George Primoff (SCSR) over (MOVE) (For.)
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Selecting a term
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