On Monday, July 23, the Special Olympics New York Long Island Region will host its annual Gold Coast Tour for Champions Golf Outing at Old Westbury Golf and Country Club in Old Westbury. The event attracts some of the most prominent members of the business community on Long Island and in New York City, while raising funds and awareness for the athletes of Special Olympics New York.
“The Special Olympics New York Long Island Region is truly honored to honor Farmingdale State College President, Dr. W. Hubert Keen, at this year’s Gold Coast Tour for Champions Golf Outing,” said Diane Colonna, Regional Director of Special Olympics New York Long Island. “His continued support to Special Olympics and our athletes has made a strong impact.”
“John Franco is the true embodiment of a proud Italian American,” said Senator Fuschillo, who co-sponsored the resolution. “I’ve followed his career since he started with the Mets and couldn’t be happier to honor this great man for his many accomplishments. He may be known for his pitching career, but his humanity and service to the community are just as stellar.”
Andrew Rosch, a senior at Holy Trinity High School, had a very exciting end to his senior year. While at his senior prom, Rosch learned that he qualified for the New York State CHSAA Golf Championships that was held on June 1 at James Baird State Park in Pleasant Valley.
On the day of the championship, Rosch produced a great performance and shot four over par, 71, placing fourth. The top six golfers of the NYS CHSAA Golf Championship then qualified to participate in the New York State Federation Championship at Bethpage State Park—Black Course on June 10.
Congratulations to Autocraft’s Brian Landy. He’s the Over the Hill Gang’s Player of the Week for Friday, June 29. Landy went four-for-four with two home runs and two doubles producing seven RBIs while scoring four times. He also made a key defensive play in left field throwing out an McCourt & Trudden Funeral Home (M&T) runner at third base for an inning and rally ending out.
After a week’s rest due to stormy weather the well-rested Autocraft team returned to its old form besting M&T 24-to-5 in seven innings. M&T jumped out to an early four-run lead but Autocraft bats responded by outscoring them the rest of the game. Denny Oehl pitched a gem as he walked no batters struck out three and held the M&T team in check for most of the game. Autocraft played solid defense turning two double plays and Brian Landy assisted by throwing out a runner at third base.
Save the date: Titans’ Day in July, celebrating 12 years.
Farmingdale Titans football and cheerleading registration: 5-year olds are free; ages 6 through 13 fee is $115. Cheerleading-only option is $75. Family discounts available. Fees include $40 raffles. Volunteers welcome. Sign up and bring a first-time player to receive $20 off your registration. Additional fees may apply throughout the season for equipment deposits, fundraising and cheer training.
Out-of-district registration: Farmingdale Youth Council requires that all non-residents pay a non-resident fee of $60 per family, payable by separate check to: Farmingdale Youth Council. If fee has been paid within the past fiscal year you may produce Youth Council receipt as proof of payment.
Mail registrations to: Farmingdale Youth Football, Inc., 439 Conklin Street, Farmingdale 11735. Visit: www.farmingdaletitans.org or call Bob Thompson at (516) 404-4345 or Tina Gangale at (516) 293-1381.
Karnays Koo Koos will be leaving Long Island in the coming weeks to battle for a $15,000 first-place prize at the 2012 APA 9-Ball National Team Championship conducted by the American Poolplayers Association (APA).
Karnays Koo Koos will be joining more than 400 other qualified teams from across the country that will be traveling to the Riviera Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, on Aug. 16, to compete for a national title and a portion of more than a million dollars in guaranteed prize money.
The Farmingdale 9U boys travel team won the Massapequa Soccer Cup Championship with an exciting last-second win over New Hyde Park. With less than two minutes left, Thomas D. and Sean G. scored back-to-back goals to overcome a 3-1 deficit and help Farmingdale win the championship. Pictured with coaches Greg and Samer are teammates Anthony Q., Thomas D., Yazen R., Justin W., Christopher B., Brayden N., Ryan H., Lorenzo R., Philip C., Ryan P., Nicholas G., Sean G., not pictured: Nicholas T. and Dylan K.
Barco Construction is hot and so is Brett Moritz. Moritz is the Over the Hill Gang Player of the Week and Barco has won three straight games. He had a perfect four-for-four night, driving in four key runs as Barco beat Lockie & Nowachek Family Chiropractors (L&N) 15-11 to lift them into a first place tie with L&N in the National League.
Barco scored runs in all but two innings to keep the pressure on L&N, scoring two runs in the first, second, fourth, sixth, and eighth innings with a four-spot in the fifth on Kevin Moloney’s big grand slam. At that point, Barco led 10-1 and it looked like it was going to be an easy win.
The GU 9 HBC Xtreme girls of Farmingdale defeated Massapequa Albion on Saturday, June 9. After trailing 1-0 at half, the Xtreme put two goals in the back of the net and with that victory they repeated as division champions in LIJSL.
LaCorte took an early lead and was up 14-6 by the end of the second inning. L&N answered with nine runs in the fourth inning to take the lead. Peter Cestare relieved pitcher Ben Greco in the third inning and kept the powerful Lacorte batters at bay. He only allowed three runs the rest of the way.
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