Wrestling: John Jay went 5-0 on Saturday to take first place at the Rye Dual Meet wrestling tournament.
The Indians beat Hackley, Horace Greeley, Beacon, Westlake and Rye. Alec Bersin (120 pounds), Alex Lambiotte (132), Josh Bauer (145), Billy Gossett (195), Louis Talia (220), Ethan Smith (285) each went 5-0 on the day for John Jay.
Hackley took second place by finishing 4-1. The Hornets only loss came against John Jay. Greeley finished third at 3-2.
Track and field: In the boys individual events at the Big Chill Relays at Yorktown, Ardsley’s Ruben Gil won the 55 meters, Yorktown’s Jeff Zeren took first in the 600 and Dobbs Ferry’s Grant Sheely won the 1600. In the girls individual events, a trio of Dobbs Ferry girls took first. Sarah Koenigsberg won the 55 meters. Sasha Clarick won the 600. Isabel Vallanueva won the 1500. Lauren Hannah of Yorktown won the 1500 race walk.
Fordham Prep Meet: Iona Prep’s Will Pope and Billy Bishop each turned in strong efforts in the shot put at the Fordham Prep Kick Off meet, finishing 1-2. Pope threw 57 feet, 2 inches and Bishop threw 50-8 1/2.
Squash: Rye Country Day’s team of Caroline Kimmel, Liz Judd, Maddie Pierpont, Catherine Kimmel, Marianna Lee, Michelle Haut, Gabby Johnson and Sydney Ginsberg helped the Wildcats win the Chapin Invitational tournament at Cityview Racquet Club for the second straight year. Rye Country Day defeated Brearly and Holy Child 8-0, dropping only three matches in the entire tournament to Chapin and Packer, 5-3.