MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- Mamaroneck High School's sports are off to a fast start with wins and accomplishments.
In cross country, for the second week in a row, junior Lauren Chapey won a big invitational cross country meet. Last week, it was the Brewster Bear Invitational and this past weekend it was the Gressler Invitational in White Plains. Chapey not only won the race, but broke the course record in a time of 19 minutes and 32 seconds. It was a record held by former Mamaroneck athlete Gina Talt, who now runs at Princeton. Along with Chapey, junior Ittai Rosales won his first invitational race with of a time of 17:01. In varsity field hockey, the team has not allowed a single goal so far all season. Some stat leaders are Karen Seid, Ellie Seid, Lizzie Clarke and Kimi Chiapparelli.
In varsity girls swimming and diving, the team is off to a fast start with a 3-0 record and four meets left to go. During the first meet against White Plains, they had three girls (Theresa Pace, Frankie Garces and Alexa Parry) qualify for sectionals. Nicole Parry also qualified in the 100-yard freestyle for the state championship meet in Ithaca in November. Additionally, Tessa Garces qualified for sectionals at the Scarsdale meet.
The girls varsity tennis begins closing out the season and preparing for post-season play. It continues playing in the most difficult league in all of Section 1 Tennis (Rockland County and Westchester public high schools) with two more regular season matches at away sites. Mamaroneck has a record of 7 wins and 2 losses.
After making it to the second round of the sectional tournament for the first time in many years last year, the varsity girls volleyball team’s goal this season is building on that success to become a top program.
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