The Dalers Boys Lacrosse team (2-2) came up with two big wins to get back on track. They defeated Lynbrook 10-3 on March 29. With a 7-1-halftime lead, the offense was finally clicking. Sal Tuttle, Mike Perettine and Korey Hendrickson each had two goals. Greg Cataleno, Brian Prendergast, Travis Wahl and Brown had one goal each. Goalies Mike Palmer had four saves and TJ DiCarlo had one save.
On March 31 the Dalers defeated Plainview JFK 15-4. Again, the offense got to a fast start and opened up an 11-1 halftime lead. Pat Starke, Greg Cataleno each had three goals. Travis Wahl, Brian Prendergast, and Korey Hendrickson had two goals. Joe Woodland, Sal Tuttle and Brown each had a goal. Goalies Delucia had seven saves and Palmer two saves. The next home game will be on Friday, April 15 at 7 p.m. versus MacArthur.
The Farmingdale Dalers Varsity Boys Lacrosse team is having a slow start this season. First loosing to Holy Trinity 10-9 on Tuesday, March 22. The Dalers were down 7-2 at halftime, but came back with seven goals in the second half only to fall short.
Nassau County Legislator’s Joe Belesi and Rose Marie Walker joined together with their colleagues in local government Town of Oyster Bay officials, Supervisor John Venditto, Councilman Anthony Macagnone, Councilman Joe Muscarella, and Village of Farmingdale Mayor Butch Starkie, in congratulating the Farmingdale Hawks Football organization on another successful year, at their annual year-end luncheon, held this year at the Milleridge Inn.
On Monday, March 14 the Nassau County Boys Swim Coach Association held an event honoring the top swimmers and divers in Nassau County. In order to be invited, the boys had to finish in the top 10 in the Division and County Competitions. In addition, Gregory Carman qualified and swam in the State Competition. The Farmingdale Varsity Swimming and Diving Team had six boys who qualified and received numerous awards. Pictured: Coach Ken Ilchuk, Nader Golshahr, James Mangione, Joseph Scaglione, Gregory Carman, Vincent Mattei, Thomas Gelbach and Coach Randy Corcoran.
Families from all over Long Island converged on Hofstra University on Sunday, Feb. 28 for the Pride’s Women’s Basketball game against James Madison University.
While the hometown team escaped with 75-73 win, these families were there for a different reason – to support someone going through a similar plight.
The Farmingdale High School boys’ swim team recently competed at the Nassau County Championships at Eisenhower Park Aquatic Center and had a total of 28 swims in the preliminary heats, 20 of them were personal bests. The LI Swim Officials Association also honored them as the winner of the Sportsmanship Award.
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