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Farmingdale Titans

Friday, 25 September 2009 00:00

12/13 Year Old Team - The Titans senior team (12/13 year olds) lost a tough, extremely physical game to Glen Cove Sunday 16-6. Joe Alvarez scored on a sweep late in the 4th quarter after being set up on good runs from Brian Gillmore and Jyaire Ewa. Great Titans defense caused 4 turnovers and was led by Tom Ammarati, Kenny Laine, Mike Callahan, Peter Cohen and Sam Maybury and kept the game interesting throughout. The seniors have now played 2 of the toughest teams in the league in successive weeks and have gone to the wire with both. Next week they meet Seaford at home at Allen Park on Saturday night at 8 p.m.

10/11 White Team - This week it was Hakeem Cesars turn to shine as the Farmingdale Titans beat the West Babylon Eagles 32-19. He rushed for two long touchdowns. One for 84 yards and the other for 74 yards and he had two receptions for 54 yards and for 46 yards. Hakeem capped the night off with 4 touchdowns total. Not to go without mentioning that the other tail back J-Rod, Justin Rodriguez scored a touchdown of his own for 66 yards and had over 100 yards rushing and 66 yards receiving as well. Quarterback Matt Deluca had a stellar performance as the defensive tackle. The tailbacks, Tom MacCarthy, Alex Preistley, CJ Demers, Steven Boyle and Angelo Deluca had a great performance. Travis Gangale had 7 yards rushing and scored on an extra point that was called back. Joeseph Cincotta, not to be undone, made his debut in the back field with two backbreaking rushes to secure the win rushing for 7 yards and 6 yards and a first down. In addition, there were stellar defensive efforts by Jonathan Gala and Isaiah Micthell. Zane Ehlinger’s exuberance on the field was not unnoticed.

 

Hawks Corner

Friday, 25 September 2009 00:00

One week after opening the season with their annual parade the Farmingdale Hawks had an impressive showing. The youngest ages (5 and 6) both had bye weeks and the 9-year-olds lost to a tough Hempstead team. However, the rest of the league recorded wins during the second week of the new season.

The 10s recovered from a disappointing week 1 loss by beating East Rockaway 12-6 to kick off the weekend Saturday night under the lights at Allen Park and the 12s, coming off a hard-fought 8-0 road loss to rival Massapequa in week 1, capped off the night by beating the Bellmore Braves 38-0.

 

PAL Flag Football – Week 1 People in the News

Friday, 18 September 2009 00:00

Farmingdale’s PAL Flag Football kicked off another season at Woodward Parkway Field Sunday. The league gets bigger every year, as do the smiles on the faces of the young players running up and down the field. Here are some of the highlights as reported by coaches.

 

Farmingdale Titans Open the 2009 Season

Friday, 18 September 2009 00:00

5-Year-Olds - The 5-year-olds played their first game as Farmingdale Titans on Sunday, Sept. 13 against Brentwood and they did a fantastic job. The kids work very hard at practice and it shows. Some great plays were made by Jayden Patterson, Daniel Seaman, Nick Napolitano, and Alexandra Gillman. All of the kids did such a great job and are excited for the next game. The 5-year-olds won, 12-6.

 

Registration Information

Friday, 11 September 2009 00:00
Farmingdale PAL Sports

Basketball: Boys and girls grades K-12. Games are played Monday through Friday nights at various Farmingdale School gyms. Divisions are established by age group based on registration counts. Grades K,1,2 are co-ed. Registration dates: Sept. 22, 24 and 29 at Howitt Middle School Cafeteria, 7 to 9 p.m. Fees: Grades: K,1,2 - $40, Grades 3 -12 -$70.

 

PAL Flag Football Preps for Season Openers

Friday, 11 September 2009 00:00

PAL Flag football’s opening day is approaching and a large group of Farmingdale’s youngest players turned out for a one-day clinic. Boy and girls in kindergarten and first grade rotated through 10 learning stations and had fun every step of the way. The kids are ready to kick off the 2009 season with a big bang!

 

Over The Hill Gang Softball Report

Friday, 04 September 2009 00:00

The Over the Hill Gang softball league held its annual fundraiser this year for The Association for Children with Down Syndrome 5+ program (ACDS). Mother Nature supplied a beautiful night and everyone had a great time.

Dozens of OTHG members along with our special guests from ACDS enjoyed cotton candy, popcorn, peanuts, pizza and soda. The league was fortunate to have two great guys “The Wiseman and Frank” from Radio station B103 on hand to serve as Masters of Ceremony. They gave away prizes all night and kept everyone entertained with their own special brand of baseball trivia.

 

Registration Information

Friday, 04 September 2009 00:00

Farmingdale PAL Sports

Basketball: Boys and girls grades K-12. Games are played Monday through Friday nights at various Farmingdale School gyms. Divisions are established by age group based on registration counts. Grades K,1,2 are co-ed. Registration dates: Sept. 22, 24 and 29 at Howitt Middle School Cafeteria, 7 to 9 p.m. Fees: Grades: K,1,2 - $40, Grades 3 -12 -$70.

 

Over The Hill Gang Softball Report

Friday, 28 August 2009 00:00

Barco Construction bounced back into the win column with an impressive 17-14 victory over Lockie & Nowachek Family Chiropractors. Barco got off to a shaky start as L&N posted 4 in the 1st but Barco was able to bounce back taking a 6-4 lead after two. Bill White had a 2 out RBI in the 1st to put them on the board but it was the 5 run 2nd that gave them the lead. Bob Bergsten had the big hit, a 3 run HR that followed RBI hits by Bob Diamond and Jim Hose. After L&N tied it in the 4th Barco was able to regain the lead in the 5th again with Bob Bergsten being the spark, this time with his RBI triple, Terry (Where’s Waldo) McPartland and Russ Graham followed with clutch 2 out RBI hits. Barco padded the lead by eight more runs over the next two innings to go up 17-6. RBI hits came from Jim Weilmann (2), Bob Diamond, Jim Hose (2) and Bob Bergsten. Russ Graham capped off the Barco’s scoring with a monster HR in the 7th. All the extra runs were needed as L&N caught fire in the last inning (8th) giving the Barco Boys quite a scare scoring eight runs and had the tying runs on base when Dennis (gimpy leg and all) Ryan made a sparkling sliding grab that saved Barco’s win. The victory improved Barco to 12-3 and continued their hold of first place in the NL Division.

 

Mejias Congratulates Farmingdale Lady Dalers Lacrosse Team

Friday, 28 August 2009 00:00

Nassau County Legislator Dave Mejias (D-Farmingdale) congratulated the Farmingdale Lady Dalers Lacrosse Team at a recent meeting of the Nassau County Legislature presenting them with a county citation. The girls, who have been touted as the members of the No. 1 team in Lacrosse Magazine’s 2009 high school rankings, won their first New York state title this spring.

 

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