The Glen Cove Red Raiders played Saturday night at Glen Cove City Stadium, beating the Long Island Lions 21-8. This Saturday, Aug. 11, they will go up against the Empire State Demon Knights at Glen Cove High School at 7 p.m. For more information on the team, visit gcredraiders.com, or for games visit fivestarfootballleague.com.
The sixth Relay for Life hosted by the North Shore School district was held on Saturday, June 2, at the North Shore Middle School.
Edward Mouradian, Jr., senior director of Relay For Life, Metro NY Eastern Division, American Cancer Society said, “Some may think that after five years it would be hard to keep the spirit and enthusiasm alive for such a successful relay event...not at North Shore! On behalf of the American Cancer Society, I would like to thank all members of the community who helped make this such an amazing event.”
The Gold Coast U8 team played the Pocono Cup on July 7 and 8, under the leadership of coaches Michael Cipriano and Tom Heimreid.
The Mill Neck Family of Organizations hosted their 6th annual Spring Swing Invitational Golf Tournament on June 14, at the North Hills Country Club in Manhasset. Sunny skies and pleasant temperatures made a perfect day to tee off and to kick-off the “Restoring Hope, Building Dreams” campaign for Mill Neck’s Early Childhood Center (ECC). Part of the Mill Neck Family of Organizations, the ECC provides early and intensive assistance to children, ages 3 and 4, who may have deficits in speech, language/ communication, cognitive and gross and fine motor development. This year’s Spring Swing proceeds will assist in funding the planned $800,000 much-needed building renovation project in order to upgrade and enhance the ECC’s internal structure and functionality.
Before teeing off, golfers had an opportunity to meet with Bud Harrelson, who made an appearance during brunch. The former shortstop, who played with the New York Mets during their legendary 1969 World Series Championship, graciously signed autographs and related his personal connection to deafness. Harrelson, current co-owner of the Long Island Ducks and member of the coaching staff, explained that a cousin in his father’s family was deaf.
Athletes were honored at Glen Cove High School during the Booster Club awards night for spring sports. Approximately 35 athletes received 28 scholarships and special awards during the ceremony. Dozens of student athletes were given other awards, including Most Valuable Player and Booster Club Award, during the presentation of varsity awards.
“This program is more than competitions and sports. It is more than winning and losing. It is more than defeating an opponent. This program is basically a preparation for life because it teaches values. It teaches character and persistence, and perseverance, and determination, and overcoming adversity,” said Glen Cove Superintendent Dr. Joseph Laria while addressing the audience at the awards ceremony. “That is what this program is all about.”
The Glen Cove Junior Soccer League held their end of season games and barbecue last month. For information on summer camp or the fall season, call 676-3466 or visit gcjsl.org.
Congratulations to this fine group of young baseball players for taking first place in the 2012 National Junior Baseball League spring season. The Vikings dominated the spring with a 13-1 record. The coaches encourage the boys to keep up the hard work, and say they look forward to a great summer of baseball and continued success. Front Row: Jarrett O’Day, Mike Jud, Billy Novikov, Kyle Bolowsky, Mike Albanese. Middle Row: Mark Reali, Danny Livoti, David Parret, Mike Tedesco, Marc Aufiero, David Aufiero Top Row Coaches: Tommy Aufiero, Mike Reali, Mike Jud, James Albanese
Five Viking lacrosse players received post-season honors at the Nassau County Lacrosse Coaches Association’s annual dinner held on June 13, at the Crest Hollow Country Club. The dinner honors outstanding lacrosse players from Nassau County.
Senior Michael DeVincenzo and junior Dan Grabher were both named All County as well as Academic All County. DeVincenzo, a two-year starter at attack, led the team with 26 goals and 39 assists. He was also the team captain. Grabher, a two-way midfielder, amassed 22 goals and 127 ground balls with a 77 percent face-off win percentage despite a midseason injury.
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