North Shore Annual Lacrosse Day Packs the Fields!
On a sunny spring day, the North Shore fields were filled with excited students of all ages and their families for the annual North Shore Schools Lacrosse Day.
With helmets and sticks in hand, students engaged in competitive lacrosse matches including the North Shore Middle School Boys’ and Girls’ teams, both Varsity and Junior Varsity Men’s and Women’s teams. The day’s activities were organized by the North Shore Lacrosse Club and North Shore PAL (Police Athletics League).
On Sunday, May 1 at Glen Cove High School, the St Patrick’s CYO track team held its 5th annual track meet. The 2011 meet had 19 parishes from Long Island with over 1,500 athletes. The meet featured age appropriate relays, dashes, runs and field events.
The highlight of the day was the St. Patrick’s mile. St. Patrick’s own Christopher Langer was able to win the mile holding off his competition with a very impressive final 800. Other highlights were the 4th grade sprint medley team of Victoria Ghillani, Megan Guy, Emma Riveri and Cailey Welsh who took second competing as 6th graders, first-place finish for the 2nd grade 200M relay team of Ryan Guy, Adrien Brunelle, Luke Capabianco and Adan O’Connor and a 3rd place finish for the 5th grade 300M medley team of Joseph Schmitt, Bailey Danseglio, Peter Vaccaro and Max Lawson.
By Coach Robert Field
On Saturday, April 30 Glen Cove’s seventh- and eight-grade boys junior lacrosse team enjoyed a complete lacrosse-filled day. With three games to be played, and a team outing to watch Hofstra play Penn State, the day was sure to be filled with many ground balls, big hits, and stinging goals.
Glen Cove, in its usual stellar form started the day against Plainview, in Plainview. Then with a quick drive in the team van, the team made its way over to Hofstra University to play in a tournament against some of the best teams on Long Island. At Hofstra, Glen Cove played against Lindenhurst and then to finish the tournament a game against Garden City.
• Last week’s trivia question: Who was the last major league player to win a batting title without hitting a homerun? The answer: Rod Carew, Minnesota Twins, 1978. Batting average: .318
• This week’s question: Who are the only father and son big league players to have stolen 50 bases in one season? Is it Bobby and Barry Bonds, Maury and Bump Wills, Tim Raines, Jr. and Sr. or Sandy Alomar, Sr. or Roberto Alomar?
Last week’s trivia question: Johan Santana became the fourth New York Mets pitcher to win a National League ERA title. Who are the three other Mets pitchers? Answer: Tom Seaver, 1970, 1971, 1973; Craig Swan, 1978 and Dwight Gooden, 1985.
This week’s trivia: Who was the last major league player to win a batting title without hitting a homerun? Your choices are Pete Rose/Ichiro Suzuki/Rod Carew.
Junior baseball and softball play is underway in the first week of the 2011 season despite a couple of days of inclement weather. And as always, Speedy’s Corner will bring you in-depth coverage of junior baseball and softball play. Here’s the first week of a trivia question, which I’ll reveal next week: Johan Santana became the fourth New York Mets pitcher to win a National League ERA title. Who are the three other Mets pitchers?
The third- and fourth-grade Junior Knights traveled to Roosevelt this past Sunday and took one on the chin as they lost 7 – 3. Out-manned and out-sized the game was a little more physical then what they are used to. Rookie Bobby Kiaer continues to shine as he tallied a goal, keeping his scoring streak alive with a goal in each of his first 3 games. Veteran Davey Moore helped out with his first 2 goals of the season. Tyler Buehre, itching to get back into the field, once again manned the goal and saved 6 shots in his second complete game.
The St. Hyacinth eighth-grade CYO Class B team ends their undefeated season with a double over-time win over Infant Jesus on March 27 at Lutheran High School for the Class B championship.
Coach John calls them his magnificent 10! He has never been so happy or proud to coach a team that has such wonderful teamwork. “There is not one star but rather nine stars and each contributing to the team’s success this season,” he said.
The Glen Cove third- and fourth-graders traveled to Oceanside this past Sunday and were all smiles as they came away with their first victory of the season. With the score tied 5 – 5 with under a minute left in the game, Coach Bert called a crucial timeout to set up his offense. The strategy paid off as Szymon Frye found an open Dylan Anucik for the game winner. Glen Cove went on to add an insurance goal to defeat Oceanside 7 – 5. Other scorers for Glen Cove were the “Scoring Sabatino Brothers,” Matt and Andrew, who each had 2 and Frye and Bobby Kiaer each with 1. The defense of Patrick and Seamus Fallon and Brett Chamberlain kept Oceanside in check as goaltender Tyler Buehre recorded 11 saves in the win.
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