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Over The Hill Gang Report

Zwanger Pesiri Radiology came to town versus Paradox Cafe and started the game off with a bang.  The first inning had a few Paradox errors along with some long ball off the bat of Rookie Kevin McGinnis to give Zwanger a 6-0 lead.  Paradox Cafe has been slow out of the blocks this year as the gloves and bats seem to still be thawing out from winter.  Not so for Zwanger whose bats in the 3rd and 4th inning came alive once again as they pounded singles up the middle and scored 8 runs.   Russ Graham, Bino Reverberi, Steve Lenci and McGinnis supplied key hits for ZP.  Vinny Vega of

Paradox helped nibble away a 15-1 lead when he launched a 2 run shot to right center.  By the 5th inning, Zwanger had a 15-4 lead and Paradox was all but done in again.  In the bottom of the fifth, Don Carlin cashed in a double for a Paradox RBI and started a trend.  A rash of singles started as Al Celeste, Wally Sefert, Brian Mulcahy, Gary Innes and John Compitello all drove in runs.  Steve Finelli then laced a laser to center for another single and two more runs. Vega stepped up again and crushed another 2 run home run to right center for his second moon shot of the night to tie the score. Carlin singled and Mitch Maghakian followed with a home run down the right field line as Paradox stunned themselves and Zwanger to take a 17-15 lead. Joe Cordi helped Paradox with two hits and solid shortstop while Bill Gonazales scored 3 times on the base paths.  For ZP, Tommy

Dittmeier had 3 hits a apir of RBI.  In the end, Paradox got their first victory of the year with a 19-15 win over Zwanger.

 

And it’s 1-2-3, not strikes, but wins for Changing Times Pub as they remain undefeated after beating Bar-Boy 21-14.  All the players had their nap for the late 9:40 start. Bar-Boy must have had the better nap as they came out of the gates strong putting up a 5 spot in the 2nd inning and another run in the 3rd.  But CT wouldn’t be denied by chipping away at their lead in the bottom of the 3rd led by Steve Johnsen (3-3) 2RBI’s and hard ropes from David Chametky (3-4) 1RBI. Bar Boy answered back with 3 runs in the 4th, however CT said goodbye to Mr. Sandman and put up an impressive 8 runs in the bottom of the 4th thanks to Joe Stephan (2-4) 1RBI and a solid RBI single by Jimmy Cullen. The 6th inning is where CT shut the lights and put the game to bed by adding another 7 runs led by Mike Corda’s Grand Slam (4-5) 7 RBI’s and solid hitting by Chris Leelum (4-5) Dave Thorburn (4-5) & Dan Davies (3-4) 3 RBI’s.

 

Bar-Boy kept pace through the 4th inning just 2 runs behind CT (11-9); However, CT kept answering. BB made a final push in the 9th but it wasn’t enough. Darren Simons went 4 for 5 and 1RBI, Tom Gemma went 4 for 5 +1RBI, Ken Kohlmann went 2 for 4 with 2RBIs, Bob Liese went 3 for 4, Lino Raspanti went 4 for 5 +1RBI and Frank Badalmenti went 3 for 5 with a 2 run HR in the 9th.  Great support /coaching from Steve Rose who is temporarily out with an injury.

 

On April 25, Bar-Boy won beat Zwanger Pesiri 20-16. Bar-Boy started off with 11 to 4 after 2 innings. Zwanger came on strong and tied BB in the 7th inning at 15 runs each. In the last inning, Zwanger went 1 run ahead at the top of the inning. However, BB battered up with the top of the order in the bottom of the 8th and scored big with 5 runs as time of the game ran out.  Frank Badalmenti went 4 for 4 and a Grand Slam-4RBIs; Jason Cinnelli went 3 for 5, HR+ 6RBIs, Darren Simons went 4 for 5+ 2RBIs, John Czarnecki went 4 for 5, Ken Kuzma lead off with 4 for 4 +safe on E-5 and last Steve Kirk went 3 for 5+ 1RBI.

 

For ZP, Sean O’Flynn, Tyrone Clark and Marty Dunn supplied the long ball to keep ZP in the game.

 

— Submitted by Jerry Mazza


News

Bring your four-legged friends—in costume if they’d like—to roam Old Westbury Gardens during ‘Dog Days.’ Twice a year canines are welcome to accompany their (leashed) humans around the grounds of the mansion, and this is Fido’s last shot until spring. On Sunday, enjoy exhibits from rescue groups and animal welfare organizations from 1 to 4 p.m. A dog costume contest and parade takes place at 3 p.m. All activities included with admission: $8, $5 for seniors and $3 for children ages 7 to 17. At 71 Old Westbury Rd., Westbury, Saturday, Oct. 25 and Sunday, Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tel: 516-333-0048.


Mentorship is one of those goals rotary clubs strive for, particularly when it comes to grooming future community business leaders. Nowhere was this more important than when the most recent Farmingdale Breakfast Rotary meeting’s guests were Stanley Pelech, director of Integrated Academic and Technical studies and Jodi Haniquet, advisor of the Farmingdale High School (FHS) Interact club. Interact is Rotary International’s service club for young people. The Farmingdale Breakfast Rotary is the sponsor of the 75-plus student strong high school club. Advisor Jodi Haniquet reported to Rotary club members what  fundraising events the Interact Club will participate in for the 2015 school year. The service group will once again team with FHS student government in a food drive – donations collected for Island Harvest pantries. They will also participate in Ronald McDonald house dinner program – cooking and serving meals on the premises in New Hyde Park for the many families staying at the residence while their seriously ill children receive treatment at nearby hospitals.


Sports

The Farmingdale State College Women’s Volleyball team earned a three-set victory of York in a non-conference match on Oct. 8. 

 

Tied 4-4 in the opening set, Farmingdale State freshman defensive specialist Gina Giacalone served for 14 consecutive points to extend the advantage 18-4. The Rams cruised to a 25-8 victory in the first set. 

Farmingdale team wins annual Bethpage Ocean to Sound Race

On Sunday, Sept. 28, the Farmingdale-based Runner’s Edge team earned first place overall in the 29th annual Bethpage Ocean to Sound Relay. The team, representing the Runner’s Edge running and multisport specialty store located at 242 Main St. in Farmingdale, consisted of Boyd Carrington, Andrew Coelho, Nick Pampena, Tim Lee, Shawn Anderson, Ryan Healy, Kevin Galante, and Brandon Abasolo. It completed the 50-mile course from Jones Beach State Park to Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park in Oyster Bay in 4 hours, 41 minutes, 58 seconds. The runners won by a margin of more than 10 minutes over the runner-up team from the Sayville & Smithtown Running Company, with much of the difference supplied by the strong Leg 2 performance by Andrew Coelho. Runner’s Edge Teams also took second place honors in the Mixed Open and Men’s Masters Divisions of the Relay. The Relay was sponsored by Bethpage Federal Credit Union (“Built to Give You More”), with new Race Directors Glen Wolther and Keith Montgomery managing the event for the host Greater Long Island Running Club.


Calendar

Women's Club of Farmingdale - October 16

Board of Trustees Work Session - October 20

Jack O'Lantern Extravaganza - November 2


Columns

1959: The Year The Music Stopped Playing
Written by Michael A. Miller, mmillercolumn@gmail.com

The Eccentric Heiress Of ‘Empty Mansions’
Written by Mike Barry, MFBarry@optonline.net

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