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Dalers JV Football Completes Perfect Season

Written by Farmingdale Observer Editorial Staff Friday, 30 November 2012 00:00

Submitted by Frank Tassielli

The only thing standing between the Dalers and their perfect season were the Chiefs of Massapequa in the final game last month. It was an unseasonable warm day when the Dalers came calling to Massapequa High School led by their head coach Frank Tassielli and coaches Jim Pastier and Walt Henning.

Before the Massapequa team even knew that it was morning, the Dalers had posted a 28 on the scoreboard to take a commanding lead at halftime. Sophomore quarterback Michael Scheuerer threw three touchdown passes in the first half to etch his name into Daler lore by hooking up 16 times with his receivers this year to go down as one of the most prolific JV quarterback the high school has even seen. On the back end of those passes, sophomore Nicky Butler registered seven touchdown receptions.  

 

Farmingdale Shamrocks Take First Place

Friday, 30 November 2012 00:00

The Farmingdale Shamrocks Girls U14 team took first place in the premier bracket at a recent tournament held in Hartford, CT. The Shamrocks won two games and tied one to win their bracket. They beat teams from Rhode Island and Connecticut and tying a team from Massachusetts, surrendering only two goals in the three games. 

 

Farmingdale Dalers Defeat Plainview JFK

Tuesday, 20 November 2012 00:00

The Farmingdale Dalers defeated Plainview JFK at Don Snyder Stadium 28-0 in Nassau County Conference 1 quarterfinals on Nov. 10, despite the scoreboard taking a hit by Hurricane Sandy.       

 

PAL Flag Football News

Tuesday, 20 November 2012 00:00

PAL Flag Football Wraps Season

Farmingdale’s PAL Flag Football league wrapped up play for most divisions Sunday at Woodward Parkway Field. After Super Storm Sandy forced a one-week postponement, it was great to see the kids back on the field on a picture perfect day. All players received a medal or participation gift to cap another successful season. The high school divisions finish play this Sunday.

Grasshoppers—Dean Kott, Luke Begley, Colin Horowitz, Chris McIntyre, Chris Ruotolo, Sal and Nick Migliaccio and Anthony Scarmato all scored for the 49ers during their final game of the 2012 season. The kids all played hard and had a great season. A special thank you to all the parents that made it week in and week out. We look forward to seeing everyone again next season.

 

PAL Flag Football Report From October 28

Friday, 09 November 2012 00:00

PEE WEE 3—With Hurricane Sandy looming the Steelers and Titans battled under a dark sky. The Steelers opened the scoring with a long run by Nicholas Napolitano, followed by a two-point conversion by Miles McIntrye. Ian Innes turned a short pass into an 80-yard gallop down the sideline for a score. Jake Miller caught the two-point conversation. The Steel Curtain defense led by Nick DiSantis, Antonio Migliaccio, Kevin Piraino, Greg Gaudio and James Zanelotti kept the Titans off the scoreboard in the first half. The Titans responded in the second half with long plays from Joe Sciacca and his brother Paul to cut the Steelers lead. Christopher Kretschmer then scored on a long touchdown run and the lead was cut to 22-12. The Steelers scored on a long run and the game ended 28-12.

 

Over The Hill Gang Report

Friday, 09 November 2012 00:00

Singleton’s captures OTHG Reilly Cup

Singleton’s are the 2012 Reilly Cup champions after defeating LaCorte’s Family Auto in two tightly contested games on Friday evening Oct. 26. LaCorte forced a second game after winning game one 10-8 and Singleton’s responded by winning the deciding game 11-8. Both squads benefited from good defense, good pitching, and some timely hitting - both games were total team efforts. The 2012 finals highlighted the increasing competitiveness and parity within the league.  

LaCorte had a historic run in the 2012 tournament - a 12 seed with wins against each of the top five seeds. There is no doubt it will propel them into the 2013 season, and the players from Singleton’s take their hats off to the players from LaCorte for their competitive spirit during the finals as well as the entire tournament.

 

Volleyball Registration Begins November 14

Friday, 09 November 2012 00:00

St. Kilian CYO will be holding registration for girls’ volleyball for the upcoming season on Wednesday, Nov. 14 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the St. Kilian gym lobby on Cherry Street in Farmingdale.

 

Graduate Athletes Earn All-American Honors

Wednesday, 07 November 2012 12:00

The Women’s Game of U.S. Lacrosse recently named three former student-athletes from the Farmingdale High School Class of 2012, Kaitlin Gaghan, Kimberly Kolodny and Colleen Reynolds, as High School All-Americans.

“We are extremely proud of Kaitlin, Kimberly and Colleen for achieving this outstanding and notable recognition of being named High School All-Americans,” said John Lorentz, Farmingdale School District superintendent. “Their diligent work ethic and dedication in the classroom and on the lacrosse field made them well-deserving candidates of this honor.”

 

Volleyball Registration Begins November 14

Wednesday, 07 November 2012 11:57

St. Kilian CYO will be holding registration for girls’ volleyball for the upcoming season on Wednesday, Nov. 14 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the St. Kilian gym lobby on Cherry Street in Farmingdale.

 

PAL Flag Football Report

Friday, 26 October 2012 00:00
Grasshoppers—The 49ers were led by Dean Kott who threw for one TD pass and ran for two other scores. Chris McIntyre had two long runs, one which resulted in a touchdown. Luke Begley and Sal Migliaccio each had nice runs of their own while Nick Migliaccio led the defense with three tackles/flags.

Peanut 2—In an impressive demonstration of good play on both sides of the ball, the Saints’ defense stifled the Redskins while their high-octane offense scored three TDs. Josh Behar showed his blazing speed on an impressive touchdown run. QB Gavin Vega threw a perfect spiral to Torin Kassenbaum for an exciting touchdown. And Michael Connolly scored on an electrifying touchdown run over the entire length of the field eluding several defenders in his path. The Saints’ defense with the help of Jimmy Sanders, Robert Trey Rowland and Chris “The Beast” Leon kept the Redskins out of the end zone.

 

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