The Atlantic League champion Long Island Ducks announced that they have teamed up with COSTCO this season to present the “Long Island Ducks Fan Pack.” This offer, for COSTCO shoppers exclusively, combines tickets and team apparel for the first time in one convenient package, all at a discounted price.
Seasonal registration for the 2013 Town of Oyster Bay Golf Course has started. Members will have the opportunity to enjoy all of the amenities that the Town of Oyster Bay’s renowned 18-hole par 70-championship golf course has to offer.
Those who join will continue to have the option of purchasing Advanced Tee-Time reservations for tee-times scheduled up to seven days in advance. Tee-Time members will also have the opportunity to schedule tee-off times 30 days in advance.
Farmingdale students participated in the Special Olympics-Long Island Swim competition at the Nassau County Aquatic Center. This was the first meet for the Farmingdale O’Splash team and they are looking forward to participating with the entire team in April. Team O’Splash is supported by Farmingdale Youth Council and Farmingdale SEPTA and provides swim instruction to special needs students.
Clinics designed to help children learn the basics of soccer are planned for this spring at both Cantiague Park and Cedar Creek Park. In addition to learning the rules of the game, children will also learn about teamwork and good sportsmanship. All clinics will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. on their respective days.
Clinics at Cantiague Park Turf Field (for ages 5-12)
Students from Albany Avenue School met award-winning Long Island soccer player, Dennis Oehler, and listened to him speak about his program, “Changing Hearts and Minds.” Oehler was an elite soccer player until critically injured after being hit by a car, resulting in his leg being amputated. He overcame his injuries and is now an award-winning runner. Oehler now shares his story with students across the nation, teaching them about motivation, positive attitudes, and how to respectfully treat people with disabilities.
During the course of the season you have some good nights, and then you have nights like Monday, Feb. 11. The Dalers finished 4th out of 24 teams at the Nassau County Swimming and Diving Championships at Eisenhower Park, marking their best county finish since 2007 and a jump of five spots from last year’s championship. In the course of the night, 24 of the team’s 31 total swims were either personal or season best performances, including two new school records (five of the school’s 13 records were eclipsed this season).
Farmingdale finished behind Garden City, Great Neck South, and Jericho, defeating perennial powerhouse Long Beach by one point for the 4th spot. That victory marks the first time in 23 years that the Dalers have defeated Long Beach in boys swimming.
Farmingdale was also named the winner of the 2013 Sportsmanship Award given annually by the Long Island Swimming Officials Association. This is the 6th time in the last 10 years that the Dalers have been so honored (the girls have also won the award twice in that span). The award is in recognition of not only the athletes and coaches, but of the parents.
Greater Long Island Running Club (GLIRC) President Mike Polansky and Carter, DeLuca, Farrell & Schmidt Ho Ho Ho Holiday Run Director Ric DiVeglio were on hand at the Jan. 29 meeting of the Bethpage Board of Education, to thank the school district for their continued support of the run, and to present a check for $1,693, proceeds from the run. Pictured: Superintendent of Schools Terry Clarke, DiVeglio and Bethpage Board of Education President Michael Kelly.
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