Cardinal Hayes

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Cardinal Hayes High School is located in Bronx, New York

Front Row (l-r): Shawn Dewangso, Jontai Williams, Tyrese Williams, Terry Dawkins, Adam Cisse, Jaylen Murray Back Row (l-r): Ismar Martinez, Richard Cruz, Joseph Toussaint, Michael Richardson, Brandyn Giles Not Pictured: Antonio Colclough, Terrence Reeves, Al-Qadir White

 

Number Name Pos Grade Height
0 Terrence Reaves G Sr. 6’1”
1 Adam Cisse F Jr. 6’9”
2 Jaylen Murray G Fr. 5’11”
3 Jontai Williams G Sr. 6’0”
4 Brandyn Giles G Jr. 5’10”
5 Tyrese Williams G Sr. 6’3”
10 Terry Dawkins F Sr. 6’3”
11 Joe Toussaint G Jr. 6’0”
12 Richard Cruz F Jr. 6’4”
13 Ismar Martinez F Jr. 6’2”
20 Michael Richardson F Sr. 6’2”
21 Shawn Dewangso G Sr. 6’1”
32 Antonio Colclough F Sr. 6’3”
33 Al-Qadir White C Sr. 6’8”

The Team

Cardinal Hayes is proud to make its second appearance in the Gonzaga DC Classic basketball tournament led by Coach Joe Lods, now in his eleventh season (202-56). The Cardinals have a veteran team consisting of seven lettermen from last year’s team which finished 21-6, won the League Championship and the CHSAA NY City and State Championships. Key for the Cardinals this year are junior guard Joe Toussaint (6-0) with 15.0 ppg and 6.0 apg, senior guard and Quinnipiac commit Tyrese Williams (6-3) with 15.0 ppg and 5.0 rpg, senior forward Terry Dawkins (6-3) with 12.0 ppg and 8.0 rpg, senior guard Jontai Williams (6-0) with 13.0 ppg and 4.0 apg, junior center/forward Adam Cisse (6-9) with 6.0 ppg and 8.0 rpg and senior guard Terrence Reaves (6-1) with 6.0 ppg. Senior Michael Richardson and Freshman Jaylen Murray will also be major contributors this year. Antonio Colclough, Shawn Dewangso and Al-Qadir White are seniors who will provide veteran leadership and rebounding. Other players to watch are juniors Brandon Giles, Richard Cruz and Ismar Martinez. The Cardinals will try to build on their first championship since 1990 with this experienced group, and are optimistic about a return trip to the city finals.

Team Administration

  • President: Rev. Joseph P. Tierney
  • Principal: William D. Lessa
  • Assistant Principal: Craig Joseph
  • Moderator of Athletics: Brother William Sherlog, C.F.C.
  • Athletic Director: Dennis O’Donnell
  • Head Coach: Joseph Lods (11th Season 202-56)
  • Associate Head Coache: Tim Philp
  • Assistant Coach: Donavan Jones
  • Managers: Javier Raudales, Wayne Snipes
  • Mascot: Cardinals
  • Colors: Cardinal Red & Gold
  • Location: Bronx, New York
  • Website: www.cardinalhayes.org

The School

Founded in 1941, as an independent, all-boys, Catholic High School, Cardinal Hayes has been the starting point for academic success and excellence in education for over 30,000 alumni who have earned the pride and prestige of being a “Hayesman.”  Located on the Grand Concourse in the South Bronx, Cardinal Hayes is just eight blocks from Yankee Stadium. Hayes was built in the Art Deco style on a strong foundation with the stone and earth removed during the digging of the New York City subway tunnels. The school’s mission is to inspire culturally diverse young men through spiritual growth and a rigorous collegiate preparatory program of academics, extra-curricular activities, and personal discipline to become responsible citizens. Now in its eighth decade, Cardinal Hayes continues to accept the challenges of providing a Catholic education in the poorest Congressional District of the United States Congress by emphasizing academic excellence, sound moral teachings, and instilling a strong sense of leadership in its students.  After 76 years, Cardinal Hayes High School is and promises to remain a vibrant beacon of Catholic education in the South Bronx and its surrounding area for decades to come. Numerous notable alumni include four bishops, and countless priests and religious brothers, as well as television personality Regis Philbin, film maker Martin Scorsese, Don Imus Show producer Bernard McGuirk, heart valve co-inventor Manny Villafana, Frank Sinatra show and movie producer Bob Kiernan, astronaut Mario Runco, Jr., AFL-CIO President John Sweeney, National Football League player Willie Colon and National Basketball Association players Jamal Mashburn, Kevin Loughery, Dermie O’Connell, and Gerry Ward.

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