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Mosley and Knights Shut Down Dalers’ Comeback

Written by Phil D’Abbraccio Friday, 03 February 2012 00:00

Two of the best teams in Nassau County’s Conference AA-I went at it when Farmingdale hosted Uniondale on Thursday, Jan. 12. The Dalers boys’ basketball team came into the game 6-1 overall, 3-0 in-conference. Uniondale had an eight game winning streak and had yet to lose a game this season. Four of these wins came against other Conference AA-I opponents.

All eyes were on the Knights’ point guard Shaquille Mosley. The 5’7” senior ranks among Nassau’s top scorers this year, having totaled as much as 33 in a game and reaching the 20-point plateau five times.

Thirty seconds into the game, Mosley pulled up for a three to begin the scoring. Farmingdale’s Dalique Mingo made a tough basket to put the Dalers on the scoreboard. Mosley added a pull up jumper, another three and a fast break basket and Uniondale was quickly up 12-2.

 

Islanders Host Successful Lighthouse International Tournament

Friday, 03 February 2012 00:00

Fifth-annual event showcases talent from across the world

For the fifth consecutive year, pee-wee hockey players from across the globe descended upon Long Island to compete in the New York Islanders annual Lighthouse International Youth Hockey Tournament. Charles B. Wang’s Project Hope charity and the Islanders Children’s Foundation funded this unique international tournament with the goal of creating opportunities for cultural exchange through youth hockey events.

After three days full of games, Finland’s Ilves Islanders skated away with the gold and silver medals in a thrilling back and forth final. They showcased a group of talented young players with the ability and hockey sense of much older teams.

Japan, which traveled the furthest to attend the tournament, showed their European friends and North American hosts that the under-represented hockey nation is growing a crop of young, smooth skaters.

 

Dr. Deepak Kapoor Chosen As Celebrity Boxer For Charity Fight

Friday, 27 January 2012 00:00

Dr. Deepak A. Kapoor, president of Advanced Urology Centers of New York (AUCNY), the largest urology group practice in the United States and leading regional provider of urology services, has been selected as a celebrity boxer for the 2012 Long Island Fight For Charity (LIFFC), being held on Monday, March 5 at 5 p.m. at Hilton Long Island in Melville. Sporting the fighter name of Dr. Deepak “The Ball Buster” Kapoor, he will be paired against another Long Island celebrity boxer to raise money for three charities.

“I pride myself and my entire staff on giving back, not only to our patients, but also to the communities we serve; the Long Island Fight For Charity gives us a chance to raise money for some very important and influential charities,” said Kapoor.

 

Athletes Invited to Annual Nationwide 10K Run for ASPIRE

Friday, 27 January 2012 00:00

Runners, walkers and wheelchair athletes of all ages and levels of ability are invited to join in on Sunday, April 1 at the H.B. Mattlin Middle School in Plainview for the 35th annual running of the Nationwide 10 kilometer Run for ASPIRE.

The run will once again be utilizing the traditional challenging but fair course through the roads of Plainview and Old Bethpage, starting and finishing at the H.B. Mattlin Middle School on Washington Avenue in Plainview. New Race Director Karen Schackner is putting together an event that promises to be the biggest and best ASPIRE Run ever!

The host Greater Long Island Running Club is pleased to have the continuing support of Anthony Wiszowaty of Nationwide, with his agency and many of the other Nationwide agents on Long Island stepping up to honor the memory of GLIRC’s and Nationwide’s own Stanley Kramberg, with the entire net proceeds of the event once again being turned over to the ASPIRE Program for the rehabilitation of young amputees, and ASPIRE’s Stanley Kramberg Memorial Scholarship Fund.

 

Strong Fourth Quarter Brings Dalers Over Massapequa

Written by Phil D’Abbraccio Friday, 20 January 2012 00:00

The Farmingdale boys’ basketball team (5-1) took on the Massapequa Chiefs (0-7) on the afternoon of Friday, Jan. 6. A matchup against Massapequa in any sport is bound to be met with excitement in Farmingdale, and this game was no exception.

Farmingdale’s defense made a statement right out of the gate, getting an early steal and a big block by Kevin Petit-Frere. A layup by Curtis Jenkins got the Dalers on the scoreboard a few minutes into the game. Several layups and a three pointer by the Chiefs put them ahead early, 11-4.

Jumpers by Jenkins and Dalique Mingo, this season’s leading scorer, brought Farmingdale back into the game. The Chiefs led, 12-11, at the end of the quarter.

A jump shot by Pierre St. Simon to open the quarter gave the Dalers their first lead of the game. Two foul shots by Jenkins extended the lead to three points.

 

Xtreme Girls Finish Year Strong

Friday, 20 January 2012 00:00

The HBC Xtreme girls of Farmingdale finished the 2011 season on Saturday, Jan. 7 with back-to-back wins taking first place in the Lindenhurst Bubble U9/U10 (8-0-1) winter league. The Xtreme girls had a very successful fall season after being crowned tournament champions at the HBC Tournament and the Columbus Weekend Northport Cow/Harbor tournaments, going undefeated in both tournaments.

They were also division Champions in the Long Island Junior Soccer U9 division (8-0-1) and played up in the U10 division of Just Say Soccer taking first place (6-1) as well.

 

Mingo, Spadalik Lead Dalers Over Syosset

Written by Phil D’Abbraccio Friday, 13 January 2012 00:00

On Tuesday, Jan. 4, the Farmingdale boys’ basketball team (4-1 overall, 1-0 in-conference) hosted the Syosset Braves (4-3 overall, 0-2 in-conference). This was the Dalers’ first game of 2012, after Navreet Dhaliwal hit a late three-pointer to win in Hempstead on Dec. 20.

The Dalers’ leading scorer, point guard Dalique Mingo, scored the game’s first points with a layup. Jack Burke hit a three-pointer from the corner and Kevin Petit-Frere added a layup after the Dalers forced a turnover, and Farmingdale quickly led 7-1. A big block in the paint by DeAndre Fogan led to an easy fast break basket for Mingo. After making two free throws, Dhaliwal hustled back on defense to come up with a huge block from behind to deny Syosset’s fast break opportunity. At the end of the first quarter, the Dalers led 14-6.

 

TOB Will Host the NHL Hockey Legend Willie O’Ree

Friday, 13 January 2012 00:00

Former Boston Bruins star known for his smooth play and for breaking the sport’s color barrier

The Town of Oyster Bay will host National Hockey League (NHL) pioneer Willie O’Ree on the evening of Wednesday, Jan. 18, at the state-of-the-art Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center in Bethpage, said Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto. O’Ree was known for his speed and checking abilities throughout his career and was a threat every time he touched the ice. His accomplishments on the ice, however, tell only part of his proud history. He also made an immeasurable social impact as the first black player to compete in a National Hockey League game.

“Willie O’Ree is often referred to as the “Jackie Robinson of ice hockey” due to the similarities of both as trailblazers in their respective sports.” Supervisor Venditto said. “The Town of Oyster Bay is fortunate to have Mr. O’Ree as a special guest at the rink. His historical significance in the sports world can’t be understated. He is an icon to the game of hockey.”

 

Portledge Varsity Girls Basketball Team Wins Invitational

Friday, 06 January 2012 00:00

Kravietz, Tsiames help boost team to win

Congratulations to the Portledge School (Locust Valley) Varsity Girls Basketball team that won the 2011 Portledge Basketball Invitational. The Lady Panthers defeated Martin Luther 56-40 in the championship game on Saturday, Dec. 10. Ceci Mulry ’13 (Glen Cove) and Tamara Simpson ’14 (North Babylon) were selected to the All-Tournament team, and Tamara Simpson was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player. This is the girls’ first championship in the event since 1996.

 

DiCarlo Helps Mercy College Athletics Gain Recognition

Friday, 30 December 2011 00:00

Men’s Lacrosse attaining national prominence

Mercy College Athletics in Dobbs Ferry has undergone a significant revival with an infusion of talented coaches and an influx of outstanding student-athletes. The athletic department has produced notable achievements that position Mercy College as a competitive Division II institution, attracting high quality student-athletes that succeed on the field and in the classroom.

Junior goalkeeper T.J. DiCarlo, of Farmingdale, has become the standard bearer for the type of student-athlete that Coach Manitta is attracting to the Dobbs Ferry campus. He is a Farmingdale High School graduate.

 

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