Every year Coach Macchia’s Farmingdale High School Boys Cross Country Team turns out to be a unique group of teammates and students.
Oyster Bay Town Councilman Chris J. Coschignano announces that registration for the town’s popular free Mall Walking Program is now open.
The Farmingdale School District would like to congratulate the seniors of the boys cross country team who received honors for their incredible athletic performance this past season.
The Farmingdale Hawks completed their 2009 season with two teams, the 10’s & 11’s, completing championship seasons at Mitchell Field in Uniondale. The 11-year-old Hawks survived an early scare as the Bellmore Braves jumped out to a 6-0 lead on their first drive after turning the Farmingdale over on downs to start the game. The Hawk defense, not happy about giving up the drive, responded quickly with a lot of pressure as Myles Mills blocked the PAT. As is so often the case, the missed extra point would loom large.
After beating Freeport earlier this season 28-7, the Dalers moved into the Nassau County Conference 1 Championship game with good odds for the County Title. The only problem was Freeport’s new quarterback Kevin Allen.
The Farmingdale Hawks completed their 2009 season with two teams, the 10 and 11-year-olds, completing championship seasons at Mitchell Field in Uniondale.
The eleven-year-old Hawks survived an early scare as the Bellmore Braves jumped out to a 6-0 lead on their first drive after turning the Hawks over on downs to start the game. The Hawk defense, not happy about giving up the drive, responded quickly with a lot of pressure as Myles Mills blocked the PAT. As is so often the case, the missed extra point would loom large.
The 2009 cheer season came to a successful end for the Farmingdale Hawks at the NY Cheer Challenge at Bay Shore High School last week. In the first session of the day the six-year-old Hawks took first place. During the second session the eight-year-olds took an honorable mention and the ten-year-olds took second. In the final session the 11-year-olds took second place. The 12 and 13-year-olds, many of whom were cheering for the last time as a Hawk, took home an honorable mention.
The Farmingdale Dalers took on the Syosset Braves last Saturday night at Hofstra Stadium in the Nassau County Conference 1 semifinals. The Dalers started out losing the coin toss, but receiving the ball first against the wind during the nor’easter storm. If Syosset could use the wind to pin the Dalers deep in their zone and score first, this could be a huge advantage to control the game. But the Dalers had a different game plan.
Hundreds of spectators lined the fields at Woodward Parkway Sunday as Farmingdale’s PAL Flag Football league celebrated Super Bowl Sunday. Congratulations to the teams who went all the way and to all the boys and girls who make this league such a rousing success. Special thanks to Applebee’s, Crostini Pizza and Kozy Shack for their support.
The Dalers Boys’ and Girls’ soccer teams made it to the Nassau County Playoffs that started with back-to-back home games on Nov. 3 in the quarterfinals at FHS.
The girls’ soccer team took on MacArther in the semifinals. The Dalers were down 1-0 when Colleen Reynolds would tie it for the Dalers. MacArther would score early in the second half to go up again 2-1. But Kelly McPartland would tie it with 15 minutes left and we would go into overtime. The Dalers would score three times in overtime by Katie Murphy, Megan Sullivan and Nadine Hadagy. Goalie Kristie Summus would have 8 saves to give the Dalers a 5-3 victory to advance to the semifinals.
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