What can you expect from this year’s girls basketball teams? I’ve asked coaches to send me team previews for the upcoming season. If your team is not included below, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will add it as soon as possible.
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2015-16 lohud girls basketball team previews
Coach: Dan O’Hare (19th season)
Last season results: 8-12, lost in the first round of sectionals to Ursuline
Top players: Hana Riddle, Sr., F; Claire Cody, Fr., G/F; Deb Grace, Sr. G; Ariana Garcia, Sr., G; Samantha Maset, Sr., G.
Newcomers: Sia Kassoh, Jr., G; Khadijah Johnson, Fr., G; Kate Crawford, So., G; Taylor Smith, So., G; Emily Carranza, Jr., G; Anne Pozner, So., F; Alex Barry So., F; Maria Mazzamuto, So, F.
Outlook: “Having graduated six seniors, we will be rebuilding with only a few players with varsity experience. However, our team speed — which is a strength — will dictate a fast tempo. We will look for improvement with each game played and should prove to be competitive.”
Tournament: “Will host the Ronnie Weaver Memorial Tournament on Dec. 4-5 (Harrison, Brewster, New Rochelle). Will travel to Orlando to play in the KSA Tournament on Dec. 28-30.”
Clarkstown North Rams
Coach: Kyle Jarrett (3rd year)
Last season’s results: 9-11, lost in the first round of sections to Ossining
Top players: Angelica Levy, Sr., G; Brianna Scalisi, Jr., F; Samantha Bruno, Jr., F; Kristen Gorman, Jr., G
Newcomers: Kathleen Schofield, Jr., F, Nieve Donegan, Fr, G; Lilly Medici, Fr., G; Camryn Donegan, Jr., G; Halle Medici, Fr., F
Outlook: “North will rely heavily on its one senior, Angelica Levy, on both ends of the floor. Scalisi and Bruno will add the only other significant varsity experience that will showcase an extremely young and inexperienced backcourt. The growth of the guards as the season progresses will determine if North continues to move in the right direction and improve on the nine-win total of last season. Contributions by everyone will be critical but a consistent Levy is necessary every night for North to have a chance.
Tournaments: Carolyn Conroy Memorial Tournament at Lakeland (Dec. 3: Clarkstown North vs. Mahopac, 5 p.m.; Dec. 5: Consolation, 2 p.m.; Championship, 6 p.m.) Rich Bosco Memorial Tournament at Suffern (Dec. 17: Clarkstown North vs. Suffern, 4:15 p.m. Dec. 19: Consolation and Championship, TBA).
East Ramapo Titans
Coach: Matthew Greenbaum (3rd year)
Last season’s results: 9-9, lost in the outbracket of sections to Ketcham
Top players: Brianna Lawrence, Sr., G; Antoinette Ulysse, Sr., F; Nerlanda Benerche, Sr., G; Britney Laurence, So., F; Lourdine Jean-Baptiste, So., G/F; Cyan Bullock, 8th, G/F.
Newcomers: Antonine Ulysse, Sr., G; Zenaijha Hayes, Sr., F; Jazmin Thomas, Jr., F; Kaydian Grey, So., F; Bri’Anna Blacknall, Fr., G/F; Kelsey Etienne, Fr., G; Allanah Conway, Fr., C.
Outlook: “The Lady Titans are looking to our three returning seniors to take lead this season, as many of the players are underclass women with no varsity experience. The younger players will have to grow up quickly, and have shown an eagerness to improve and work toward our goals. With an extremely challenging schedule, team unity and communication will be vital. The Lady Titans are looking forward to the season and can’t wait for the opening tip.”
Tournaments: Rich Bosco Tournament at Suffern, Orange vs. Rockland Tournament at Dominican College.
Coach: Chuck Scozzafava (3rd year)
Top players: Amanda Geyer, Jr. PG; Kim Schiera, Jr. G; Allison Reilly, Jr. F; Carly Pease, Sr. G; Tara Ravoli, Sr. F; Claire Felix, So. G/F; Amanda McCarney, Jr. C
Newcomers: Zina McInerney, Fr. G; Samantha Colotruglio, Fr. G; Natalie Scanlon, Fr. C; Katie McDonough, Fr. G; Siobhan Hynes, So. C
Outlook: “We have some experience however our new players are going to have to contribute. Our strength is the length of our bench. We have a challenging schedule so the young girls have to grow up fast. They have been working hard in practice absorbing what we’ve been teaching them. We need to improve everyday whether a practice or game and learn from our mistakes and move on. By doing this we can hopefully make some noise in the league as well as the postseason.”
North Rockland Red Raiders
Coach: Kevin Metcalf (7th year)
Last season’s results: 17-4, lost in section semifinals to Ossining
Top players: Gabby Cajou, Sr, PG; Lexie Huertas, So, G; Naya Rivera, Jr, G (torn ACL – out for season); Pam Miceus, Sr, C; D’Andra Millien, Sr, PF; Amanda Schweitzer, Sr, G; Danielle Cajou, Jr, G; Fran Cippolina, So, F.
Newcomers: Jaida Patrick, Fr, G/F; Trinity Boescker, Fr, C; Elizabeth Fox, So, G; Aylea Corretjer, So, G; LeeAnn Pulcino, Jr, G.
Outlook: “We are young and don’t have a lot of experience. We have an extremely challenging schedule. Everyone on the team is capable of contributing and adding to our success. Our goal is to practice hard, improve and be in a good position for the postseason.”
Tournaments: Rich Korn/North Rockland Holiday tournament on Dec. 28-29 (Nyack vs. Mount Vernon, 3 p.m.; Clarkstown South vs. North Rockland, 5 p.m.). We are participating in the Pearl River Holiday tournament, as well as the “Say Yes to Success” showcase at Truman on Jan. 17.
Commitments: Gabby Cajou, Manhattan
Coach: Dan Ricci (25th Year)
Last season’s results: 23-3, state champions, lost in Federation semifinals to Long Island Lutheran
Top players: Alexis Bernardo, Sr., G; Gabby Ferrao, Sr., G; Helen Ishmael, So., F; Shadeen Samuels, Sr., G.
Newcomers: Samantha Cozzolino, Sr. F; Aubrey Griffin, Fr., G; Kailah Harris, Fr., C; Kelsey Quain, So., G; Jaida Strippoli, Fr., G.
Outlook: “We are very young, but with Shadeen Samuels’ leadership, we feel the team has the talent to do very well. How far we will go will all depend on how our freshmen play in big games. If they play like freshmen, we will struggle. If they play like the talented basketball players they are, we will do very well.”
Tournaments: We will attend the Slam Dunk Tournament on Dec. 26-27, and will attend the KSA Holiday Tournament in Disney on Dec. 29-31 against some of the top teams in the country.
Commitments: Shadeen Samuels, Seton Hall
Saunders Blue Devils
Coach: John R. Volpe (25th year)
Last season’s results: 8-11, lost in the outbracket of sections to Clarkstown North
Top players: Jordalyn Melo, Sr., C; Amanda Kiriakos, Sr., F; Kenyatta Jackson, Sr., G; Laura Cerrato, Sr., F; Chantal Garrido, Sr., G; Iyanna Dorsey, So., C; Penelope Urbina, Jr., G.
Newcomers: Monique Delacruz, So., F; Kaitlyn Antonelli, Jr., F; Veronica Sevivas, So., G; Caroline Regan, Fr., F.
Outlook: “We are very young and don’t have many players with Varsity experience (or JV and Modified due to sports programs cuts 5 years ago in Yonkers). The girls have been working very hard and are becoming a close knit group. Our first 3 ballgames (N. Rockland, Pearl River and Harrison should be a quick wake up call and get us ready for the city tournament and league play.”
Coach: Richard Burger (3rd year)
Last season’s results: 11-8, lost in first round of sections to Fox Lane
Top players: Liz Trojan, Sr., C; Brianna Witt, Sr., PG; Caleigh Cahoon, Jr., F; Amy McDonough, Sr., G.
Returning: Amanda Bruton, Sr., F; Lauren Giella, Sr., G.; Maddy Ritter, Sr., F.; Julia Breauninger, Sr., G; Riley Mallett, Sr., F; Abby Bosco, Jr., G; Elizabeth Ellsworth, So.; G.
Newcomer: Natalie Shedler, Jr., F.
Outlook: “Suffern is a veteran team that has been playing together for the last four years. The Lady Mounties have a well balanced attack on offense. On any night a different player could lead the team in scoring. They continue to pride themselves on being one of the toughest defensive teams in the section. The players have set some high team goals that they are working hard to achieve. They are looking forward to being the first team from Suffern to participate in the KSA tournament in Disney World this year.”
Tournaments: Tappan Zee Tipoff Tournament (Dec. 3 and 5), hosting the Rich Bosco Memorial Tournament (Dec. 17 and 19), KSA Tournament in Disney (Dec. 27-31)
Commitments: Liz Trojan, Villanova (lacrosse)
Coach: Louis Kail (5th year)
Last season’s results: 13-7, lost in the section quarterfinals to Tappan Zee
Top Players: Gia Mancini, Sr., Jessica Scazzero, Sr., Stevie Carpiniello, Sr. Kendall Lefkowitz, Jr., Megan Clow, Jr., Avery LaBarbera, So.
Newcomers: Brady Lefkowitz Jr., Gina Nuvoloni So., Lindsay McConway Fr.,
Outlook: “This year’s Harrison Huskies bring a great balance of both experience and youth. While the core of the lineup returns, many of our youth and newcomers will be asked to play earlier and often. With a very challenging schedule and league, the Huskies will be working tirelessly to improve day in and day out. Our ultimate goal is to be playing our best basketball at the end of the season.”
Tournaments: Hosting the Harrison Holiday Tournament (Dec. 18-19: Brewster vs. Hen Hud, 5 p.m.; Harrison vs. Byram Hills, 7 p.m. Dec. 19: Consolation, 11 a.m.; Championship 3 p.m.)
Commitments: Avery LaBarbera has received a verbal offer from Iona, currently undecided.
Coach: Matt Evangelista (5th year)
Last season’s results: 8-11, lost in outbracket game to Lakeland
Top players: Melissa Keefe, Jr., C; Carlyn Mucci, Jr., F; Jade Pagel, Jr., F; Danielle Merante, So. F; Kristen Kelly, So.; G; Kellie Brown, So., G.
Newcomers: Julia Araujo, Fr., G
Outlook: “We will be very young this year, but we have a lot of girls returning who played varsity last year. The team is finding a new identity without four-year starter Sam Sudol. The girls are feeling out new roles. As this understanding begins to happen, then this team could be successful. Our difficult league schedule should prepare us for the playoffs.”
Tournaments: We will be hosting the Walter Panas Holiday Tournament on Dec. 10 and 12 (Dec. 10: Panas vs. Mahopac, 4:30 p.m., Ketcham vs. Yorktown, 6:15 p.m. Dec. 12: Consolation, 12 p.m.; Championship, 3:15 p.m.).
Coach: Dennis Hurlie (4th year)
Last season’s results: 16-5, lost in section semifinals to Peekskill
Top players: Madeline Eck, Sr, F; Katie Popp, Jr, G; Taylor Maurer, Sr, G; Alizeh Imam, Sr, F
Newcomers: Hannah Mullaly, So, F; Serena Imam, So, F
Outlook: “With Eck, Popp, and Maurer returning and leading the way, our expectations are very high. The schedule is very challenging with the likes of Albany HS, Albertus Magnus, Clarkstown South, Fox Lane, Ursuline, Harrison, Eastchester, and Ossining, with the hopes of preparing us for another run at the County Center and a shot at a sectional title. As always, we will need to defend, rebound, and take care of the ball.”
Tournaments: Albany Tournament on Dec. 5-6 (Dec. 5: vs. Albany, Dec. 6: vs. Utica-Proctor). We host the Rye Rotary Tournament on Dec. 18-19 (Dec. 18: Rye Country Day vs. New Rochelle, Rye vs. Clarkstown South). Autism Classic at Irvington on Jan. 16 against Ursuline.
Commitments: Madeline Eck, Amherst
Sleepy Hollow Headless Horsemen
Coach : Nick Romeo (10th season)
Last season’s results: 6-14, lost in the first round of sections to Pearl River
Top Players: Vanessa Onwe, Sr. F., Gabby DelMonaco, So. G, Sara Clarke, Fr. G
Newcomers: Taylor Burnett, Fr. G
Outlook: “With only two seniors on the roster we will be looking for girls to improve their play throughout the season. We will be pushing each other daily in practice to see who will be on the floor. We want to bond together as a team this year and get better each and every day as a solid unit.”
Tournaments: Sleepy Hollow Holiday Tournament (Dec. 3 and 5: Sleepy Hollow, Yonkers, Nyack, Mamaroneck). We are also in the Hastings Holiday Tournament (Dec. 28-29: Hastings, Sleepy Hollow, Yorktown, White Plains).
Tappan Zee Dutchies
Coach: Tom Cromer (6th year)
Last season’s results: 12-10, lost in section semifinals to Albertus Magnus
Top players: Kristin Gjelaj, Jr., PG; Carmella Liscio, Jr., G; Fiona Mullen, Fr., G.
Newcomers: Kaleigh Beirne, 8th, G/F; Ashley Chaluisan, Fr., PG; Brielle Ehmsen Jr., F.; Fiona Lavery,8th, F.; Christine Lynch, Fr., G; Allison Maloney, 8th, PG; Nicole Malpeli, So., G.
Outlook: “We are very young and don’t have a lot of players with varsity experience. We also have an extremely challenging schedule. Our team strength is definitely our depth. Every girl on the team is capable of contributing and adding to our success. The team is learning about what it takes to commit and sacrifice and be a part of something that is bigger than themselves. Our goal is to be better than we were yesterday.”
Tournaments: We are hosting our annual Tappan Zee Tip-Off tournament Dec. 3 and 5 (Hamilton, Suffern, and Pelham). We are also in the Ardsley tournament with Eastchester and Ursaline B on Dec. 10-12.
Yorktown Girls Basketball
Coach: Kevin Clark (4th year)
Last season’s results: 11-8, lost in the section quarterfinals to Albertus Magnus
Top players: Sarah Bonner, Sr., PG; Alyssa Francese, Jr., G; Emily Nigro, Jr. F; Anna Nuccio, Jr.; G; Caileigh Lampersberger, Sr., C.
Newcomers: Emily Metz, So., F.; Ellen O’Callaghan, So., G; Carli Mager, So., G; Miranda Walsh, Jr., C; Caroline Keenaghan, So., F.
Outlook: “After graduating most of our rebounding and scoring, we will have to find a way to get more of an all-around team performance this year. More players will need to contribute and produce in order for us to be successful. The team works very hard and play well together. Chemistry is vital and this group has shown that they have it thus far.”
Tournaments: Walter Panas Tournament (Dec. 10 vs. Ketcham, 6:15 p.m.); Edgemont Tournament (Dec. 18 vs. Valhalla, 5 p.m.), Yorktown Tournament (Jan. 16: Nanuet vs. Mount Vernon, 3 p.m., Somers vs Yorktown, 7 p.m.; Jan. 18: Consolation, 1 p.m., Championship, 5 p.m.)
Blind Brook Trojans
Coach: Manny Martinez (16th year)
Last season’s results: 10-9, lost in first round of sections to Woodlands
Top players: Jackie Handelman, Sr., C; Alli Vaccariello, Sr., G; Emily Sachs, Sr. G/F; Sammy Silfen, Sr.; G; Jamie Broitman, Jr., F; Kaveri Reddy, Jr., Carly Discolo, So., G.
Newcomers: Hannah Schaenman , So., C.; Lily Kamin, So., G
Outlook: “This year’s team features a well balanced attack of sophomores (3), juniors (2), and seniors (4) all capable of making major contributions. A very challenging schedule has been carefully planned out with the hope that the team will be ready to challenge some of the elite ‘B’ schools in the section. Senior Jackie Handelman is the lone returning three-year starter with the experience and skills to lead the team into another run at the gold ball. Senior Alli Vaccariello is fully recovered from a season-ending shoulder injury that kept her from making major contributions last year. Sam Silfen and Emily Sachs have the senior experience to lead the team on the defensive and offensive ends. The program continues to thrive and should be competitive for years to come with a strong JV team waiting in the wings.”
Coach: Don Hamlin (19th season)
Last season’s results: 12-8 lost in section quarterfinals to Pleasantville
Top players: Carly Fanelli, Jr., G; Jackie Contento, Jr., G; Kelly Monaghan, Sr., C; Kacey Hamlin, Fr., G; Maddie Plank, Fr., G.
Newcomers: Allana Lombardi, 8th, F; Kelly O’Donell, Fr., C; Mia Persico, Fr., F; Julia Ventura, So., F.
Outlook: “We are a young team, with just one senior. The girls work hard and best of all they get along and care about each other. It should be a fun season. We hope to improve as the season progresses.”
Dobbs Ferry Eagles
Coach: Erik Bartell (9th season)
Last season’s results: 11-8, lost in the first round of sections to Valhalla
Top players: Emily Bohl, Sr., G; Lindsay Trezza, Sr., F; Gabby Venditto, Sr., G; Allison Fry, Sr., G; Kaitlin Fanning, So. F; Camryn McCarthy, Fr., G; Raquel Addona, Fr., G.
Newcomers: Allison Burtt, Fr., F; Tiffany Thompson, So., G/F; Liz Valentin, Fr., G.
Outlook: “The team will rely heavily on a bunch of young players, coupled with senior experience,The goal is to improve every day to be ready for sectionals in February.”
Coach: Michael Tracy (16th year)
Last season’s results: 6-12, did not enter the Section 1 tournament
Top players: Annekka Chao, Sr., G; Niamh Klein, Sr., G; Kaila Kuschman, Sr., G; Cece Makola, Sr., C; Dani Abraham, Sr. F
Newcomers: Heather Schneps, Fr., G; Alexis Chan, 8th, G.
Outlook: “We are guard oriented. We will push the ball and play up tempo bball. We have a good mix of youth and seniors. The team is coming together and enjoying the chemistry that we created.”
Tournaments: Hackley Tournament (Dec. 3 and 5), Edgemont Tournament (Dec. 17 and 19), Autism Classic at Irvington (Jan. 16 vs. Valhalla)
Coach: Gina Maher (40th year)
Last season’s results: 23-2, lost in state semifinals to Hoosick Falls
Top players: Lindsay Halpin, Jr., PG; Lindsay Chafizadeh, Sr., G; Nina Valdes, Sr. F; Katie McMahon, Jr.; G; Kelly Degnan, So., F.
Newcomers: Heather Hall, So., G.; Olivia Valdes, So., G/F; Mary Brereton, So., F; Miranda Farman, Fr., G; Mia Mascone, Fr., F.
Outlook: “We are very young and don’t have a lot of players with varsity Experience. We also have an extremely challenging schedule. Our team strength is definitely our depth. Every girl on the team is capable of contributing and adding to our success. They are already a very close group and know they can depend on each other. They are extremely hard working our goals are to improve with each practice and game and put ourselves in a good position for the postseason.”
Pelham Memorial Pelicans
Coach: Timothy Pitrulle (7th year)
Last season’s results: 5-14, lost in outbracket of sections to Hen Hud
Top players: Jordan Amorelli, Sr., G; Dani Moretti, Sr., G; Amairani Marin, Sr. G
Newcomers: Lauren Kuster, Fr., G.; Meredith Kuster, Fr., F
Outlook: “We bring back everyone from last year’s team and are healthy at the moment. Experience is our ally as this year’s seniors are the girls who took us to the County Center as freshmen. Also, with all the injuries last season some players were thrown into the fire and had some growing pains. Our league is a strength as we have perennial power (Rye) along with very strong Harrison and Eastchester squads. If we can survive the regular season we may be battle-tested come playoff time. A team strength is definitely our depth. Every girl on the team is capable of contributing and helping us to achieve our goals.”
Tournaments: Tappan Zee Tip-Off Tournament on Dec. 3 and 5 (Tappan Zee, Pelham, Hamilton, Suffern), Briarcliff Tournament on Dec. 10 and 12 (Briarcliff, Pelham, Nanuet, Hastings), Pelham Tournament on Dec. 29-30 (Pelham, Yonkers Montessori, Fox Lane, Maria Regina), and the Autism Classic at Irvington on Jan. 16.
Coach: Myndi Hill
Last season’s results: 16-5, lost in the section semifinals to Irvington
Top players: Amanda Skopetos, Jr., F/G; Kristie Guttridge, Jr., G; Isabelle Minerva, Jr., F
Outlook: “We are very young, having only a few players with much varsity experience. Our team strength is our defense. They are an extremely hard working group.”
Putnam Valley Tigers
Coach: Nick Lenhard (3rd season)
Last season’s results: 5-14, lost in outbracket of sections to North Salem
Top players: Reena Olsen, Sr., C; Alyssa Stockinger, Sr.; Stephanie Wagner, Sr., G; Alex Knight, Sr., F; Christina Byrne, Sr., C; Maria Tomais, So., G; Catherine Mazza, So., G/F, Morgan Winigradoff, So., F.
Newcomers: Rebecca Marro, Jr., F; Juliana Torsielo, Jr., G; Dora Rippon, Fr., G
Outlook: “After a few years of being inexperienced, we return a veteran group and expect to compete in every game. Led by all-section center Reena Olsen, the seniors look to leave with a legacy of success and accomplishment.”
Tournaments: Croton-Harmon Tournament, Dec. 17 and 19.
Commitments: Reena Olsen has offers from Cornell and NYU, currently undecided.
Rye Neck Panthers
Coach: Cathy Toolan (18th year)
Last season’s results: Lost in the first round of sections to Pleasantville
Top players: Kayla Casas, Sr., G.; Julia Kelly, Sr., F; Rosella Salanitro, Sr., G; Olivia Beach, So., F. Alexa Garcia, So., F
Newcomers: Hana Kawano, Jr., F. Lizbeth Garcia, Jr. G. Olivia Dunne, So. G; Jess Gottlieb, So. G; Olivia Martino, So. G.
Outlook: “We are a team of mixed experience. We return five from last year’s squad, some of whom had very impressive supporting roles. They will be asked to step in to fill new roles as leaders and scorers. Our newcomers are solid athletes who should help tremendously in strengthening our offense and defense. Once we are able to come together as a unit, we will be a solid team.”
Tournaments: Bronxville Tournament (Dec. 17 and 19)
Coach: Stephen Boyer (6th year)
Last season’s results: Lost in the section semifinals to Westlake
Top players: Frankie Guzzo, Sr.; Kaylie Demek, Sr.; Sam Morillo, So.; Sofia Mazza. Jr.; Sierra Lockhart, So.
Newcomers: Isabella Riguzzi, Jr., Shelby Sekinski, 8th, Juliana Corradi, Jr., Cassie Petretti, Jr., Chloe Oshanani, Jr., Jacqueline Gonzalez, Jr.
Outlook: “The Valhalla girls have a tough schedule, just as last year, but the girls are ready to make a serious run to County Center. We return four starters from last year’s squad and the girls continue to improve their basic fundamentals each day on the court.”
Coach: Sean Mayer (15th year)
Last season’s results: 17-4, lost in the section semifinals to Ardsley
Top Players: Natalie Alfieri, Jr., PG, Lauren Holzer, Sr., G/F; Jesi Oswald, So., G; Angela Mangione, Jr., G/F
Newcomers: Daniella Mulvey, So., C; Angelina Guarnieri, So., F; Emily Sardo, Fr., G; Jamie Perfito, Fr., F.
Outlook: “We are coming off the best season in program’s history, including the most wins in a season and the school’s first-ever trip to the County Center. After graduating three starters, this year’s team will have lots of new players. We will rely heavily on captains Natalie Alfieri and Lauren Holzer for their leadership and to guide our younger players. It might take some time with all our new players but as the season progresses we hope to keep improving and to be ready for sectionals.”
Hamilton Red Raiders
Coach: Benjamin Carter (8th Year)
2014 season results: 10-8, lost in section finals to Haldane
Top players: Nina Gill, Jr. G/F; Miranda Signor, So., PG; Jada Rojas, Jr., G; Neasha Shuler, Sr., PF
Outlook: “We are in the rebuilding stages and still trying to get better after our previous years of success being a Class C school. We have two players with past years’ experience (Nina Gill, an outstanding scorer, and Neasha Shuler, an outstanding rebounder) that can lead us if they continue to work hard and lead by example. In order for us to succeed we must mature, play with confidence, play together, practice hard and continue to build a team bond (family on and off the court). We know teams want revenge, which is good for competition so we must be ready for the task to battle every game in 2015.”
Tournaments: Tappan Zee Tip-Off Tournament on Dec. 3 and 5 (Dec. 3: Tappan Zee vs. Hamilton, Pelham vs. Suffern. Dec. 5: Consolation, 12 p.m., Championship, 2 p.m.), Elmsford Class Tournament on Dec. 10-12 (Dec. 10: Haldane vs. John Jay, 5 p.m.; Dec. 11: Hamilton vs. Croton Harmon, 5 p.m.; Dec. 12: Consolation, 1 p.m., Championship, 5 p.m.)