Autocraft got back on track with a 23-10 win over a revitalized Lacorte Family Auto Service. Rich Dargie was rock solid on the mound with some fantastic defensive efforts behind him. John Garrity was terrific at short turning several double plays with Aldo Balducci at second.
The 2009 Varsity Lady Dalers continued its quest for an undefeated season as they played seven games this past week and won them all. The Lady Dalers, under the direction of Coaches Laura Malone and Brandon Oppenheim, are Conference Champions of AA –III. They are the only undefeated team out of 57 programs in Section VIII. The Lady Dalers finished with an 18-0 record overall. Pitchers Stephanie Ringbauer had eight shut outs and Nicola DeVine added one during the season. The offense produced 211 runs and defense gave up only 29. Playoffs begin on May 21, they are ranked 12th.
The Farmingdale High School JV softball team won their last five games to complete their season finishing undefeated with 17 wins. Playing five games in five days they beat Port Washington 14-1, Hicksville 3-0, Uniondale 19-0 and Herricks 12-0 and 6-1. As she did in every game of the season, sophomore Tori Kornfeld (17-0) pitched them to victory. She threw her second no-hitter of the year versus Herricks (allowing just one walk and striking out 13). She also one hit Uniondale and Hicksville (her fifth and sixth of the year). She received tremendous hitting support from the team all year. Hitting stars in the Uniondale game were: Denise Dessel (4-5), Hannah Soluri (3-4), Nicole Hayden (3-4) and Tori Kornfeld (3-4). In the Herricks game Amanda Rivera and Hayden went 2-2 with Soluri and Kornfeld providing key doubles. The team, under the leadership of Coach Jacqui Passante scored 228 runs and let up just 11. They had eight shutouts and held their opponents to only one run, six times).
Moby Drugs remains the hottest team in the league, beating Zwanger Pesiri 19-1 Friday night. Once again it a combination of tough defense and relentless hitting that sparked the team. Moby banged out 26 hits including triples from Vinny Misuraca and Tom Zarek.
Samantha Maghakian, a ninth grader at Farmingdale High School, recently competed in the 2009 Junior Olympic Level 9 Eastern National Gymnastic Championships in Tupelo, Mississippi. She captured the silver medal on Floor Exercise earning a score of 9.325. This meet was the culmination of this year’s competitive season and included the best gymnasts from around the country at this level. The top six gymnasts from each region were invited. Samantha’s Regional Championships were held last month in Danvers, Massachusetts, where she captured two gold medals (Floor and Vault) in addition to a silver medal for the All-Around. In addition to balancing 18 hours a week training at Mid Island Gymnastics in Hicksville, Sam is a high honor roll student.
The Lady Daler’s continue to be the only undefeated team in Nassau County. Their present record is 11-0 in Conference I League AA III. They picked up two more wins this past week under the direction of Coaches Laura Malone and Brandon Oppenheim.
Under the direction of Coaches Laura Malone and Brandon Oppenheim, this year’s team is presently holding first place, with a record of 9-0 in League AA - I Conference III. Moreover, up to date, they are the only undefeated softball team in Nassau County.
The Dalers Boys Lacrosse team defeated the Massapequa Chiefs last week 12-4 at Allen Park. With a scoreless first quarter, it seemed to be a tough game. The Dalers defense did a great job once again. They held the Chiefs to one goal in the second quarter, while the offense scored 5 times.
Joe Celano had 5 goals and 4 assists to lead the Dalers to victory. Sal Tuttle and Brian Prendergast each had 2 goals. K.C. Worker, Korey Hendrickson and Timmy Brown each scored a goal. Goalie T.J. DiCarlo had 13 saves. The Dalers also defeated Port Washington last week 12-4 to increase their record to 4-0 in Conference 1 and 9-3 overall. For more photos visit www.elegantphotos4u.com.
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