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2016 All-Metro Honorable Mention QUARTERBACKS CHRISTIAN ANDERSON Cardinal Hayes (NYC), 6-1, 180 MICHAEL APOSTOLOPOULOS Iona Prep (NY), 6-2, 200 QUINCY BARNES (Junior) Curtis (NYC), 6-0, 180 TOMMY DEVITO Don Bosco Prep (NJ), 6-2, 195, committed to Syracuse DAVID ESTEVEZ (Junior) River Dell (NJ),
The Hackley School football and track star is up next in our Hudson Valley Players to Watch series.
Hackley has some talent and experience, but the Hornets will be breaking in first-year head coach Simon Berk.
Hackley rode a dominating first-half performance to a 13-3 win over visiting Horace Mann on Friday. The Hornets outscored the Lions by 10 goals in the opening half, leaving no wiggle room for Horace Mann. It marked the fifth straight win for undefeated Hackley (5-0) and the first setback for Horace
Seventh-seeded Hackley continued to upend higher ranked opponents in the 2015 NYSAIS baseball playoffs by completing a 6-4 victory over No. 3 Dalton in the state semifinals at Randall's Island.
WHS vs Hackley 9/11/15.
NYSAIS Boys/Girls Lax, Baseball and Softball Championships.
Poly Prep claimed first place in the Ivy League by recording a 42-33 dual meet win over Hackley Wednesday in Tarrytown.