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September 24, 1999

  • NEWS: Big Red Hands Eagles a Goose Egg

    The Glen Cove varsity football team won an exciting and eye-opening game last Saturday, defeating the Bethpage Golden Eagles, 13-0. Such an impressive defeat may have come as a surprise to some, since Bethpage has not lost a regular season game since 1992, (over 55 games), and since Bethpage is known for their high-powered offense as well as the fact that last year the Big Red was not known for their defense. But, actually, shutting out the Golden Eagles may have been even more of an eye opener than the win itself. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Glen Cove Comanches Meet the Veep

    The Glen Cove Comanches traveling baseball team took a trip to LaGuardia Airport on Sept. 21, but not for a high flying game. The squad accompanied Mayor Thomas Suozzi and greeted Vice President Al Gore who was in town on a fund-raising jaunt for his presidential bid. The Comanches team, made up of boys 14 years old and under, have been playing year-round and winning championship after championship. Meeting the vice president was definitely a hit with the boys and their coaches. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove High School Sports

    The boys varsity soccer team played Hasbrook Heights, New Jersey, under the lights at Pascucci Field on Sept. 14. To win the game, 4-1, the offense came alive with Peter Philipakos scoring 2 goals, 2 assists and Angelo Stanco scoring 2 goals. Herbert Lazo chipped in with with an assist. Rob Passberger and Mike Smith played well in goal, making 3 saves between them. A strong defensive effort was rendered by Matt Lindenbaum, Sahil Jolly, Tim Charon, Dan Bellissimo, Brian Cavallo, Steve Kaneti, Eric Solomon, Chad Gleason ad Craig Frederic. Glen Cove allowed only 1 goal. The next game is Sept. 25, 8 p.m at Pascucci Field against Locust Valley. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Glen Cove Warriors Dampen Hurricanes 2-1

    Glen Cove's newest Boys U-10 Travel Soccer Team, The Warriors, made its debut on Saturday, Sept. 18 as they opened their first season on the road against the Jericho Hurricanes. The team captains for the game, Max Tecce and Patrick Cunningham, won the coin toss and the team's season officially began. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: CSHH Meeting on Glenwood Landing Ferry
  • OPINION: What a Decision!

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