Molloy beats Christ the King
Archbishop Molloy was putting together quite a fourth quarter performance in front of an overflowing capacity crowd at the Jack Curran Gymnasium on Friday night.
Seven-foot center Moses Brown took it one step further by getting the fans to jump out of their seats with a rip-roaring two-handed slam dunk that was just part of a fourth quarter rally that helped Molloy earn a 78-67 CHSAA Class AA boys basketball victory over division rivals Christ the King.
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Congratulations are in order for Varsity baseball player John Herring ’17, who was named NYC CHSAA Player of the Week. John delivered 9 hits in 16 at bats, smacked 2 homers, and drove in 10 runs. Included in these stats was a game winning 2 run homer versus St. Francis Prep.Read more >>
Molloy back on track against Holmdel
Its been a tough stretch for Archbishop Molloy (13-6) through the latter half of January with defeats to Christ the King and Sachem East that might have made it tough to get up for a long road trip down the shore to New Jersey.
The lack of confidence and lack of energy gae the Stanners a tough road through the first half on Sunday against the host, Holmdel, in the Coaches Choice USA Shore vs. NY/NJ Challenge, but junior guard Jenna Mastellone forged ahead as Molloy wore down the Hornets in a 63-39 victory.Read more >>
Rodrigues OT goal powers Molloy to CHSAA title
Jesse Rodrigues didn’t take a peek at the Belson Stadium scoreboard to see how little time was remaining on the clock. His mission was to put the ball into the net.
Rodrigues stormed down the right side and unleashed a curling shot into the bottom right corner of the net with only 15.6 seconds remaining to lift Archbishop Molloy to a thrilling 1-0 double overtime victory in the CHSAA Class AA Intersectional boys soccer championship Saturday night at Belson Stadium.
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2015 All-New York City Boys Soccer First Team
Archbishop Molloy's Jesse Rodrigues wins the NYC Player of the Year award.
The senior used his ability to take on defenders, use his strength and finish inside the box for 19 goals this season. Rodrigues scored the game-winning second OT goal with 15 seconds remaining to lead Molloy to a1-0 victory over Fordham Prep in the 2015 CHSAA Class AA city championship.
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Boy's Varsity 'B' Basketball Tryouts
Tryouts for the boy's Varsity 'B ' Basketball team will be on Saturday, November 14th at 4pm in the Jack Curran gym. Anyone trying out MUST have their white medical card.Read more >>
Swimmers beat records!
This weekend, Senior co-captain Annabelle Anich broke the 12 year old record in the 50 Free with a time of 24.76 against St. Joseph by the Sea. Freshman Bridget Montgomery broke the record in the 500 freestyle in a time of 5:21.63, a full 8 seconds under the old record! Congratulations to them and the rest of the Varisty Girl's Swim Team!Read more >>
Molloy Snaps Fordham Prep unbeaten streak
Archbishop Molloy had designs on avenging last year’s CHSAA Class AA title defeat when they traveled on Columbus Day to take on defending champions Fordham Prep.
But the Stanners game plan wasn’t coming to fruition as they stared at a one-goal deficit on the scoreboard at halftime. The final 40 minutes proved however that Molloy made the necessary adjustments.
Molloy stormed out in the second half with goals from Jesse Rodrigues and gained the eventual winner in the 68th minute by Tim Deliyannis to earn a 2-1 victory over Fordham Prep at Murphy Field in the Bronx.Read more >>
Coach Michael McCleary began at St. Anthony’s High School on Long Island in 1986-87, followed by work at his alma mater — Queens College as Assistant Coach from 1987-1991. Mike moved from Queens College to SUNY Farmingdale in 1991-1995 where he served as an Assistant Coach and then Head Coach. During his career he has had teams ranked in the top 25 of the NJCAA with a career record of 69-27. He served as Assistant at Fairfield University from 1995-1998. His two post season appearances were in 1996 at the NIT and in 1997 at the NCAA.
In 1998 Coach McCleary came to Molloy as a teacher and Athletic Director. He serves as the Varsity Basketball coach. One of his greatest challenges and accomplishments was overseeing the development of a woman’s athletics program which increased the number of sports from 9-16 and the number of teams from 16-33. These teams have proven to be formidable competitors. The two key factors that made Molloy an attractive opportunity for coach were our dedication to academics and commitment to the development of a strong athletic program.