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Crew The young BC program took giant strides in their


third varsity season, winning the first races and medals in program history courtesy of juniors Tommy Murray ’17, Steven Dellapi ’17, Gary Rodriguez ’17 andAlex Nar- gizian ’17.


Golf


DiScola ’16 also helped the Crusaders win 14 of their last 16 games on the season.


In yet another historic season in the incredible tradi-


tion that is the Crusader golf program, BC (39-0) became the first school since 1951 to win three consecutive Tour- nament of Champions team titles and even set a new state scoring record in the process, shooting a 4-count-4 score of 284! In addition to winning state, sectional, con- ference and league titles, the Crusaders also celebrated legendary coach Jim Jacobsen’s 1,000th career victory during the midst of the season. Chris Lee ’18, George Cultraro ’16, Jimmy Criscione ’17, Dan Yam ’18, James Pak ’18 and Alex Lamarca ’19 led the Crusaders to yet another No. 1 ranking in NJ.


Lacrosse BC (15-7) rebounded from a 1-5 start to their season,


and advanced all the way to the Non-Public A state final for the third consecutive season. Jeremy Magno ’16 pro- duced an All-American season to lead the way for the Scarlet & Gold, while Trevor Weingarten ’16 and Matt


Outdoor Track The Crusaders (4-0) won all of their dual meets in


the spring, and won a share of the Big North United di- vision crown in the process. BC was led by the efforts of Jahmel Johnson ’17, Kevin DeLoughry ’17, Vincent Kara- batsos ’16, Connor Secora ’17, Caleb Shaia ’17 and Jorge Mascaro ’17.


Tennis A youthful BC (12-7) squad finished the spring sec-


ond overall in the Big North United Division and were led by senior Will Felix ’16.


Volleyball The Crusaders (15-9) once again produced a strong


season, finishing second in their division and advancing to the Bergen County semifinals and state quarterfinals. BC was led by all-league players Kyle Warnock ’16 and Michael Babikian ’16.


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