On Aug. 4, the 10 and under Glen Cove Yankees Travel Team won the HBQVB Nick Lomangino Tournament in Queens, defeating LM Jacks from Astoria.
On Aug. 13, the LI Yankees (whose home field is Portledge School in Locust Valley), played the Long Island Ducks Green in the Semifinals of the Boys of Summer (BOS) 13U Playoffs. This game would prove to be a real pitchers’ duel behind the strong pitching of Yankee pitcher Zachary Kleinwaks who threw a complete game three hitter, and a skilled Ducks’ pitcher Frank Merlino, who gave up 5 hits in 7 innings.
There were two important plays in the game that would prove to change the game’s outcome. In the first inning, the second batter for the Ducks Paul McGee walked his way on base. Then his teammate Brendan Wright hit a ball over the head of Yankees left fielder Grant Elgarten. Elgarten ran quickly to retrieve the ball and threw it to the cutoff Nick Lucchese. With screams from both sides, McGee headed for home. Lucchese made a strong throw to the plate where dirt was flying as Yankee catcher Straton Podaras received the ball and applied the tag to McGee, for the final out of the inning.
The WaterFront Center will hold a Benefit Regatta on Friday, Sept. 23 at the WFC in Oyster Bay. The event includes lunch, racing, cocktails and dinner. Dave Waldo, WFC executive director said, “Leave your golf clubs in the office and experience a new kind of corporate outing.”
On Thursday, Aug. 4 the Glen Cove High School was the setting for a football coaching clinic hosted by the Glen Cove varsity football coaches and the varsity players.
Come and join the Sea Cliff Republican Club’s first Mini Golf Outing Thursday, Sept. 1, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the Bayville Adventure Park, 8 Bayville Avenue, Bayville. Fun for the whole family includes dinner and soft drinks for only $25 per person.
North Shore High School incoming senior Brianna Nerud spent last week in France competing in the World Youth Track and Field Championships which comprises the best 16-17-year-old athletes in the world.
Congratulations went out to Glen Cove runners Stephanie Hoffman, Joseph Tumbarello and Dan Badalament, each of whom scored with awards in the 8th annual Heart & Sole 5 Kilometer Run through the streets of Plainview on Sunday, July 10.
Zach Kleinwaks, 13, of Glen Cove and a student at The Portledge School, won the Cal Ripken All-Star Tournament Home Run Derby, a national contest for 13U boys held in Aberdeen, Maryland on Sunday, July 10.
The weather could not have been more perfect as the Musceta Cove Yacht Club sailed from its homeport in Glen Cove to Manhasset Bay for a fun-packed weekend. The outing occurred on July 9 and 10.
Every other weekend, Musceta Cove Yacht Club members choose a different destination up and down Long Island Sound. The club is comprised mostly of sailboats hailing from the Glen Cove Creek (formally known as Musceta Cove) and Manhasset Bay. This weekend, it was a chance for MCYC members to see all the best that Port Washington and Manhasset Bay have to offer.
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