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Daily Sports Digest: Local Teams Struggle As Giants Head to Indy

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The Super Bowl Is Set

NBC got what they wanted yesterday as the New York Giants and New England Patriots both punched their tickets to Indianapolis thanks to late game plays made by kickers.

The Patriots made it to the big game thanks to a missed kick wide left by Billy Cundiff of the Ravens, where the Giants got in thanks to Lawrence Tynes nailing one from 31 yards out.

If the script seems eerily familiar that’s because we all saw this story before, as these two teams faced off Feb. 3, 2008 in Glendale, Ariz. We all know what happened back then, but as every boxing promoter will tell you, the money is always in the rematch.

made the 2,905 mile trip from the Meadowlands to Candlestick Park. But now, the question is who’s going to Indy?

 

Jaspers On a Roll

Liam McCabe-Moran of New Rochelle, a senior guard, is averaging six points and 2.5 rebounds per game for the Manhattan College men’s basketball team.

The Jaspers, who are 13-7 after defeating visiting Niagara, 71-64, for their fifth straight victory, will be in Buffalo on Friday to meet Canisius College (4-14) at 7:15 p.m. The Jaspers stay on the road for a game against Niagara University (9-11) on Sunday at 4 p.m.

McCabe-Moran also has 18 assists on the season, with 14 steals.

 

Bateman, Spartans on the run

Sophomore Keeley Bateman of Pearl River ran a personal best and set a school record as the St. Thomas Aquinas College track and field team a acquitted itself quite well at The Great Dane Classic at the New Balance Center in upper Manhattan.

Bateman was timed in 2:20.52 in the 800, good for her 20th overall in a field of some of the best runners in the country. 

Freshman Kaitlyn Mancini ran a personal best in the 60 with a school standard record of 8.32.

The Lady Spartans’ 4x400 relay team of Catherine Sandkuhl of North Babylon, Bateman, Chelsea Klinger of Owego and Ashley Stokkelan of Warwick ran their second-best time of the season, winning their heat in 4:18.82.

Not leaving the men to be undone, sophomore George Erazo of North Babylon continued his tremendous season by finishing sixth overall in a time of 48.81 of a field of some of the best 400 runners in the region.  

Freshman Alex Andre of North Rockland ran a very-fine 1:58.65 in the 800.

The Spartans return to action at the Terrier Classic at Boston University on Friday (Jan. 27) and Saturday (Jan. 28).

 

Kilpatrick, Bearcats brace for No. 1 Orange

Sophomore Sean Kilpatrick of White Plains and the University of Cincinnati men’s basketball team will have its hand full tonight as it hopes to bounce back from a 77-74 overtime loss to West Virginia (15-5) in Morgantown, W.Va.

The Bearcats (15-5) are being led offensively by Kilpatrick, an alum of Notre Dame Prep who is averaging 16 points per game. In the loss to West Virginia, Kilpatrick was held to 12 points, but posted nine assists and had two steals.

Syracuse carries a nearly flawless 20-1 record and the nation’s No. 1 ranking into the Bearcats’ Fifth Third Arena at 7 p.m. The game will be televised live on ESPN.

Getting limited playing time for the Orange is junior forward Matt Lyde-Cajuste of Mount Vernon, who has played only 10 minutes in eight games.

Junior Mookie Jones of Peekskill, who had appeared in seven games and averaged three points, has left the team for personal reasons. Given University policy and Federal student privacy laws, officials are unable to provide any further details at this time.

Cincinnati’s Kilpatrick will be much closer to home on Saturday, Jan. 28 when the Bearcats meet Rutgers (11-9) in Piscataway, NJ, at 6 p.m.

 

Yesterday’s Results:

Sport: Boy's Swimming (Friday)

Game: New Rochelle vs. Ardsley/Hastings/Edgemont

Score: Ardsley/Hastings/Edgemont Won 90-75

Highlights: Peter Malarczyk picked up wins in the 200 and 500 Freestyle as Ardlsey/Hastings/Edgemont blew by New Rochelle. Dave Stewart led the Huguenots to win in the 200 Individual Medley and the 100 Breaststroke.

 

Sport: Boys Basketball (Friday)

Game: White Plains vs. Scarsdale

Score: White Plains Won 53-49

Highlights: Akeem Williams led the way with 23 points as White Plains edged out Scarsdale. Anthony Williams added 13, and Aaron Daughtrey tacked on 11 in the win. Jon Cohen led Scarsdale with 18 points.

 

Sport: Girl's Basketball (Friday)

Game: White Plains vs. Scarsdale

Score: White Plains Won 50-29

Highlights: Kim Hanlon picked up 19 points, and Sofia Roman added 14 as the Tigers cruised to victory. Shelby Zucker had nine points for Scarsdale.

 

Sport: Wrestling (Friday)

Game: Scarsdale vs. Fox Lane

Score: Fox Lane Won 60-24

 

Sport: Girl's Basketball (Friday)

Game: Dobbs Ferry vs. Edgemont

Score: Dobbs Ferry Won 37-29

Highlights: Dobbs Ferry’s Krstin Foresti led the team’s balanced scoring attack with 10 points. Shayna Davner picked up 14 points for Edgemont in the loss.

 

Today’s Schedule:

In Ice Hockey, Irvington and Scarsdale will face off at Murray’s Ice Rink at 6:55 p.m.

In Girl's Gymnastics, Edgemont will head to Scarsdale at 4:30 p.m.  

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