St. Anthony’s pulled away for a 17-9 win over rival Chaminade tonight in the CHSAA championship game at Hofstra.
The win was especially sweet for the Friars, who last year suffered a 12-11 overtime loss to Chaminade in the title game.
In their latest meeting, Dante Fantoni had six goals and one assist for the Friars, who outscored the Flyers 3-1 in the second period to go ahead 9-4 at the half.
Will Manny had two goals and three assists for the Friars. Thomas Schreiber had three goals and one assist.
John Hannon led Chaminade with five goals. Matt Gillan scored twice.
Reach Joe Lombardi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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To bad ST A’s can’t play in the NYS playoffs, Think they have improved as a team more than some others on LI. Strength of schedule shows in this result.
You couldn’t be more spot on with your comments. I think St. Anthony’s right now may be the best team south of Poughkeepsie.
Its not too bad, they’re a huge school that RECRUITS
good point, Thorpe
Yes Thorpe, I still forget that St A’s isn’t a small boys only school in smithtown anymore.