Town Supervisor John Venditto, and Councilmen Joseph Muscarella and Anthony Macagnone joined with Assemblyman Joe Saladino in congratulating the winner’s of this year’s Annual Sleepy Hollow 5K Charity Run, held at Brady Park in Massapequa Park. In this year’s race, taking first place in the Women’s division, from Massapequa, was Karen Conkling (4th from right). Also pictured are Dr. Jon Feingold (far left), director of the Hagedorn Little Village School, and Greg and Lina Carman (3rd and 4th from left).
Yeah it was a bit windy, and there was a bit of a chill in the air, but the running conditions were nearly perfect for the nearly 600 runners and walkers who crossed the finish line of the Oct. 15 Oyster Bay Supervisor’s 5 Kilometer Run.
Runners from Farmingdale were especially prominent in this year’s Run, led by Juan Nonte, who scored second overall with a time of 15:29.
The fourth annual Grillo & Associates Blazing Trails 4 Autism four-mile run had everything a runner could want from a road race – a challenging but fair course that takes runners and walkers through a picturesque Lake Success neighborhood before entering the Great Neck South High School campus and taking the campus pathways and heading to the exciting finish on the High School track, high quality “hoodies” for every entrant, an incredible array of post-race refreshments, quick and accurate results courtesy of JMS Racing Services, and a generous raffle highlighted by a Cannondale II bicycle courtesy of Brickwell Cycling and Multisports (thank you Andy Motola!).
Farmingdale High School’s Head Coach Buddy Krumenacker received the game ball for this 200th win on Saturday, Oct. 15 when the Dalers defeated Valley Stream Central 26-20. With Buddy, his parents Lillian and Buddy Sr. Photo by Phil LoNigro
In an ongoing campaign to support excellence in Long Island sports programs, Verizon FiOS 1 recently donated $500 to the Farmingdale Public Schools athletic department. Orlando Martinez, director of Local Sports Programming for Verizon FiOS 1, was greeted by over 30 Farmingdale High School varsity student-athlete captains, Farmingdale High School Principal, Glen Zakian and Board of Education Trustee, Rick Morrison as he presented the donation to Farmingdale High School Athletic Director, Jeanne Berkoski.
The Massapequa Chiefs (5-2) defeated the Farmingdale Dalers (3-4) Saturday at Don Snyder stadium 49-28 in the Dalers last home game of the season. The Chiefs led 21-0 after the first quarter and 42-14 at halftime. The Chiefs rushed for over 180 yards and passed for over190 yards. The Dalers finish off their season against the Oceanside Sailors away this weekend. Photos by Phil LoNigro/www.elegantphotos4u.com.
The Farmingdale State men’s golf team shot a team score of 307 to win the Cyclone Invitational hosted by Centenary College at Panther Valley Golf & Country Club. The Rams finished 23 shots ahead of runner-up Moravian College.
Peanut 1: “Action”Jackson Penn ran for a long TD on the first play from scrimmage. Mason Kott threw a lateral pass to Christopher Giglio which he turned into an electrifying 80 yard TD score. Tyler Alves dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball and had a big tackle for no gain. Christopher DiPiazza threw a completed pass, had a tackle on defense and pitched in with 2 nice runs of his own.
The Hawk offensive line of Steven Dentato, Brandon Bustamante, Devin Sellitti, Vin Fisher and Michael Arpaio dominated throughout the game, especially during the opening drive, capped by a 9-yard touchdown run by DaVante Penn. Keyshawn Petitte carried four times for 35 yards on the drive.
Peanut 1: The first grade Jets played a high scoring game against the Patriots. Chris Kosinski who threw touchdown passes to Joe Caladrino and Tyler Kretzmer led the high-powered offense. Matthew Shea and Brian Berge also contributed to the air attack with big receptions. The running game was in full swing as Tommy DeRespino, Jake Hajko, Brandon Greco and Dominic Cottone helped keep the ball moving with long runs.
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