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July 16, 2004

  • News: Residents Rail Re: Robert Lane Rezoning

    Slow this process down! This was the overwhelming theme from many residents at a six-hour Town of Oyster Bay public hearing on July 14. The case concerned the application by Dumond Enterprises LLC to rezone One Robert Lane (approx. 7.5 acres) in Glen Head from light industrial to residential land. FULL STORY

  • News: Lawsuit Over Gun Permit Fee Shot Down

    A Nassau County Supreme Court ruled on June 18 to dismiss a lawsuit protesting the county's new $200 pistol permit fee which was filed against the county by seven gun owners in Nassau County. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Speedy's Corner

    The Bats pulled ahead with four runs in the sixth inning to make the score 12-8. The Bats added three insurance runs in the top of the seventh for the final score. Tyrone Perkins made an unassisted double play at shortstop to end a bases-loaded no-out rally by the Volanoes in the sixth. Mike Manzione played great defense at first for the Bats. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Amazing Play Wins It for Comanchees

    What a way to end the first game of a double header vs. the tough hitting Kings County Royals! You can play all your life and not see a play like this again. With the score tied 2-2 in the 7th inning, the Comanchees scored 4 runs; in the bottom of the 7th the Royals came back to tie it at 6-6. In the 8th inning the Comanchees went 1-2-3. Batting in the bottom of the 8th the leadoff batter grounded to 3rd for the 1st out. The next hitter reached 1st base on an error. With a runner on 1st the batter hit a ball well over the fence, a game-winning home run. The Royals win or so it seemed, with their players jumping up and down and Comanchees coming off the field. I watched by the 3rd base line. The runner at 1st stopped to congratulate the man who hit the homer, at 2nd base. As they hugged, the man who hit the homer went ahead of the runner at second. Both players then walked off the field leaving the base line. Coach Dom Grosso said to me, "look at this mess." As soon as they both left the base line I ran over to the home plate ump to complain his ruling was 1 run scores. But if you pass the lead runner and do not touch 3rd base or home and leave the base line you are out, a double play. After both umps talked it over, we were proven right. We came to bat in the top of the 9th where we scored a run and went on to win 7-6. Danny Matuzak picked up his 2nd win of the season (2-2) striking out 15 hitters, 9 hits, 6 runs, 2 earned, 9 innings. Londell Wheeler's bat came alive: 2 singles, double, 4 RBIs. Paul Sorocenski, playing in his 1st game, got us started with 2 perfect bunt hits along with 2 runs scored, 2 stolen bases. Hits by Paul Casale, Alfred Seaman and Dan Matuzak all sparked runs. FULL STORY

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