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  • March 28, 2017

    Boys Varsity Winter Track On March 9th, 2017 the NSCHSAA Coaches met to wrap up the Indoor Track and Field Season.  During this meeting, a consultative vote was taken by all league coaches and the Kellenberg boys winter track program was chosen as the Sportsmanship Award winner for the 2016-2017 Indoor season.  This award is a tribute to the coaching staff, athletes, parents, school administration, and alumni community who all support and represent the school's mission.  The team is eternally grateful for the honor from our Catholic League.   Girls Varsity Winter Track Finishing up a tremendous season where the

  • March 27, 2017

    Article by Sandra Rutkowski '17: On Saturday, twenty-eight Kellenberg students training to become EMT’s traveled to the Nassau County EMS Academy to take part in an extrication training class. The day started off by being taught the basics of extrication and how to help free somebody if they were ever to be trapped in their vehicle. Each of us had the opportunity to use devices to stabilize a car, take air out of the tires, shatter the windows, and even take a crushed door and open it using a hydraulic tool. Being able to be hands on and learn how

  • March 27, 2017

    On Sunday, March 12th, over 300 Firebird alumni and their parents, grandparents, and children returned to campus for the 1st Annual Alumni Communion Breakfast.  This wonderful event was co-chaired by Dr. James McBrien ’89 and Mrs. Ann-Marie (Batule) Woodruff ’93.  The day began with a Mass which was concelebrated by Father Albert Bertoni, S.M. and Father Philip Eichner, S.M., while the Gospel was proclaimed by Deacon Michael Plona ’07.  Following Mass, attendees enjoyed a full breakfast in the cafeteria and listened to an address by Father Philip, who is celebrating his 50th Anniversary of school administration.   Father Philip reflected

  • March 25, 2017

    By News12 Varsity's Dylan Butler: GLENS FALLS – They each received their own curtain call, each walking off the court to a loud ovation from the appreciative Kellenberg crowd in the final minutes of the fourth quarter. It wasn’t the closing moments of a New York State Class A Federation semifinal victory, but it almost felt like it on the bench before Jamesville-DeWitt closed out a 62-31 win Saturday afternoon at the Glens Falls Civic Center. That’s because the three senior captains – Alyssa Boll, Jessica Brower and Morgan Staab – each had a great appreciation for the journey rather

  • March 25, 2017

    Pictured here with Bishop Barres are members of the Kellenberg Track and Field program who Saturday ran and volunteered at the annual "Run for Hope," starting at finishing at St. Joseph's Grammar School. The race, a 3.2 mile race through the streets of Garden City, was a fundraiser for the "Tomorrow's Hope Foundation" which supports the legacy of Catholic education for all.

  • March 24, 2017

    Article Written by Samantha Gentile '18: The 2016-2017 school year has proven to be an amazing year for the Kellenberg Mock Trial team. The team started off the school year with a bang; as they placed in the final four in the first ever Moot Court Competition to be hosted for Nassau and Suffolk County teams. The Moot Court Competition was designed to test students knowledge of the law and how to apply their knowledge to different cases in front of real judges. As the students read their prepared scripts, the judges interjected, asking confusing and probing questions; judging as

  • March 23, 2017

    By Newsday's Mike Ruiz: In 2016, Chris Cappas helped lead the Kellenberg baseball team to a feat it hadn’t experienced in a decade — a CHSAA championship. “It was amazing,” the dominant lefthanded starting pitcher said. “Definitely an experience I’d love to have again.” In order for Cappas to guide the Firebirds to the pinnacle again in his 2017 senior year, the group must reach new heights. According to coach Chris Alfalla, the program never has won back-to-back league titles. Cappas tossed a one-hit shutout in a 4-0 victory over St. Anthony’s in the first game of the best-of-three CHSAA

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