Registration for the Rob Kormoski Junior Baseball and Softball League of Glen Cove will be held at Glen Cove City Hall from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays Jan. 19 and 26. Please note the following: a parent or guardian must register child; new applicants must show birth certificate; the child should be at registration to allow for correct uniform sizing.
Registration for the Rob Kormoski Junior Baseball and Softball League of Glen Cove will be held at Glen Cove City Hall from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays 12, 19 and 26. Please note the following: a parent or guardian must register child; new applicants must show birth certificate; the child should be at registration to allow for correct uniform sizing.
The Rob Kormoski Junior Baseball and Softball Association reserves the right to alter league structure and return registration fee, if necessary. Registration fee includes uniform, team photo, insurance and umpires. The number of games will be determined by weather conditions.
The Glen Cove Comanchees Travel Baseball team will hold open tryouts for all 13-U eligible players on Saturday, Jan. 12 and Saturday, Jan. 19 in the back gym of Glen Cove High School for the 2103 spring, summer and fall seasons. One of the top travel teams on Long Island, the 2013 Comanchees will hold winter workouts, participate in tournament and league play, as well as tournament trips.
Registration for Glenwood-Glen Head Jr. Baseball Registration will take place Jan. 12 and 26, 2013 from 10 a.m.-1p.m. at American Legion Post 336, 190 Glen Head Rd. for children who are residents of the North Shore Central School District, in kindergarten through seventh grade. For more information visit www.glenwoodbaseballorg.
For the fourth time in the past five years, Waldorf’s Varsity Boys Soccer Team traveled on Friday, Oct, 26 – just before Hurricane Sandy hit the region – to Locust Valley’s Portledge School, (a neutral site), in order to play in the IPPSAL Boys Soccer Championships. This year’s opponent was Lawrence Woodmere Academy (LWA) who split the regular season games with Waldorf, each earning a win and suffering a loss.
Playing on a 90-foot field for the first time and playing up an age level at 13-U did not slow down the Glen Cove Comanchees Travel Baseball team’s winning ways this fall.
After a great fall season record in the Nassau County League, the Comanchees received a bye in the first round of the playoffs. Their first playoff opponent was a tough Long Island Indians squad. The Comanchees bats were on fire and it turned out to be a one-sided slugfest. The hitting stars were Thomas Paulich (four-for-four with three runs scored and two RBIs, including four stolen bases), Peter Nikolis (two hits and two RBIs) stealing home twice, John Luzynski (two hits, two runs, one RBI) and Brian Wright (double, four RBIs). Thomas Mavros picked up the win, pitching four innings, allowing no hits and only one run.
Glen Cove Boys’ JV Basketball team started their season on Nov. 30 against their rival, Locust Valley. Glen Cove won 60-33. This win was a result of a full team effort. Adrian Berisha and Artan Berisha led the team in scoring in the first half. Excellent team play continued in the third quarter. Glen Cove held Locust Valley to only four points in the third quarter.
In the fourth quarter the Big Red continued their excellent defense with multiple players contributing. Joshua Martin and Corey Dinkins had two steals each in the fourth quarter to seal the win for Glen Cove. David Duda had eight rebounds and two blocks. Artan Berisha finished with a team high 13 points and Adrian Berisha had 12 points. Elijah Robinsion, William Beglin, Steve Ernest, Michael Payton, Manny Sican, Andres Sican, Elijah Ambles, Gabe Stone and Khalil Zachary were also key players in the win displaying great hustle off the bench.
Hurricane Sandy did cause a lot of damage in the Glen Cove area, but it did not stop the Glen Cove Junior Soccer League’s end of the season finale, just merely postponed it by a week.
Traditionally, the soccer league would end the season with a day-long event called Soccerfest, filled with many games, a BBQ and trophy presentations to the kids. Due to the hurricane, the Glen Cove Junior Soccer League Board came up with a different approach for this year. Soccerfest became “Lift Our Community Spirits Day” to help people try to take their mind off the recent hurricane. The whole community of Glen Cove was invited down to a free BBQ and also to watch some exciting soccer from our kids. Donations were accepted to help those in need and there were donations from private individuals to help make the BBQ a success. All the kids received trophies and by the smiles on everyone’s faces, the day was a total success.
Ken Pilla, Barbara Greenfield, Darcy Belyea and the rest of the board are to be commended for a job well done. Kudos go out to Mayor Suozzi and the council for their continuous support and most importantly, the Glen Cove residents. The spirit of the day well exemplified league founder Marco Malusa’s principles regarding having a soccer league in Glen Cove.
It was a season that started out as “not meant to be,” but ended with gritty and heartfelt wins at the Long Island championship and regionals – and ultimately a historic return to the state championship.
“These girls never gave up and never stopped believing,” said Coach Gail Baker, last year’s Coach of the Year. “We had a lot of obstacles, including low numbers for both the JV and varsity, but we were still able to make it to the state semifinals and compete against our co-champion from last year, Hoosick Falls.”
New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks knows that and showcased those ideals at his recent ProCamps Worldwide Ultimate Fan Experience presented by Citi at Hofstra University on Saturday, Nov. 17. Nicks, a four-year veteran, used the team’s bye week to give future gridiron greats an inside look of what it is to be an NFL player.
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