Glen Cove High School players, from left, Tajah Garner, Dejon Taylor, Manny Sican, and Ralik Jackson, after the Long Island Colts u18’s team vs. St. Anthony’s at Robert Finley Middle School last week. Touchdown ‘tries’ by Garner, Taylor and Sican.
The third- and fourth-grade Knights took to the road last weekend as they faced off against Jericho early Sunday morning, April 6. Jericho’s teamwork and hustle brought down the Knights by a final score of 5 – 0. The early game may have been a factor as the boys started to play better and more like a team as the game went on. Once again, goalie Tyler Shea played outstanding in goal and was relieved by Christian Maiorano, who did just as well in the second half. Andrew Guster played solid defense in the loss.
The Glen Cove Junior Lacrosse Club kicked off their 20th season with the third- and fourth-grade boys winning their home opener against Deer Park on a moist and muddy Sunday morning.
Despite the weather forecast, the boys were determined to play after spending the last three months practicing indoors. It was a hard fought battle with the lead changing several times, but at the end Glen Cove managed to hold on for a 6 – 5 victory.
Anchoring the victory was goalie Tyler Shea, who stopped several point blank one-on-ones and recorded 13 saves in the game. The offense started slow, but began clicking as the game went on. Providing the firepower was Ryan Houghton with two goals and Micah Stone, Eamon Doyle, Andrew Epifania and Lukasz Dubicki, each adding one. Epifania and Andrew Bisch each had an assist in the winning effort.
Glen Cove High School hosted the PTSA-sponsored Red vs. Green Games last month, an evening of traditional and non-traditional sporting activities in which students and adults represented their schools of past and present allegiance by donning either red- or green-colored attire. Students of all ages came to their schools the day of the event wearing either red or green. Gribbin and Connolly elementary schools are traditional green schools while Deasy and Landing are red schools.
North Shore middle school volleyballers were all smiles after taking home the win, 3-2. Front row, left to right: Harry Lockwood, Joe Corrozzo, Jack Rosencrans, Dave Aufiero, John L’Abbate, Jarrett O’Day; Behind, left to right: Lucas Salerno, Luca Mara, James Dileo, Luke Karnwhich, Liam O’Hanlon, Morgan Lopez,Michael Tedesco, Derrick Korponay, Elia Alberts Coach Tim Bridgwood is the tall one in the striped shirt at the back.
As a captain for the varsity baseball team at North Shore High School, Tim Maxwell plays alongside fellow seniors Ryan Perro and Nick Daley to help lead their team to a winning season – hopefully bringing them to the county championship and possibly states. They play by the philosophy of working hard.
All three players plan to extend their baseball careers into college after graduation. Perro will be attending Plymouth State University in the fall, playing first base and pitching. With the support of his team members, coaches, and parents, Perro has the support he needs, on and off the field.
The North Shore High School held its much anticipated annual Sports Night on Feb. 27. Through healthy competition, students from each of the four classes competed in relays and activities to declare which class is “the best” in the school. Each class chose a holiday as a theme for night and filled the gymnasium’s walls and bleachers with colorful decorations. The freshmen chose Halloween, the sophomores Valentine’s Day, the juniors the Fourth of July, and the seniors chose New Year’s Eve.
Since spaces were limited, some seniors arrived at school as early as 3 a.m. on a cold day in January to register for this school spirit event and secure spots in different relays. In the week leading up to Sports Night, the student participants worked hard after each school day to prepare their entrances and dances, create cleverly themed decorations, and practice the relay events. Some of the relays and activities included the scooter race, obstacle course, tug of war, and a student choreographed exercise/dance. During each relay, the energy could be felt through the cheering and chanting from the audience and student participants. Many parents and classmates came to support the participants and display their North Shore Viking pride.
Glen Cove High School varsity football standout Mike Burrell has signed a letter of intent to play football at Bryant University in Rhode Island. Burrell will don the Black and Gold for the Division 1 Bryant Bulldogs next season, playing at the highest level of college athletics.
More than 50 students and faculty members volunteered their time to raise money for Glen Cove High School junior Luis Torres, who was involved in a serious car accident two months ago. The GCHS Key Club sponsored a student vs. faculty basketball game on the gym floor of GCHS on Friday, Feb. 28. Proceeds from the game will go to the Torres family.
Close to 30 students and 15 faculty members laced up the sneakers and hit the hardwood for this spirited event. Several other students volunteered their time as referees, announcers and scorekeepers. The GCHS Heroes Club also donated funds to the Torres family raised through a charity bake sale.
In total, the collective efforts of students and staff have raised close to $2,000.
It’s time again to learn to play tackle football or cheerlead with the Glen Cove Jr. Football and Cheerleading Association. Registration for the 2014 season is for children ages 5 through 13 and will be held in the main chambers of Glen Cove City Hall from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 15.
Divisions for football players only are as follows: Peanut: 5- and 6-year-olds, maximum weight (football players only) 85 lbs.; Pee Wee: 7- and 8-year-olds, 105 lbs.; Midget: 9- and 10-year-olds, 125 lbs.; Pony: 11- and 12-year-olds, 145 lbs.; Senior:13-year-olds, 161 lbs.
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