Under the lights, the Girl’s Varsity Lacrosse Team played a very skilled and tough game against Elmont. The girls very quickly established their passing game to counter the innate speed of the Elmont Girls. This allowed us to get the ball down into the offense and get a shot off before they had their defense in place. The girls worked so well as a team with everyone being a contributing factor.
The defense was spearheaded by Brittany Baker, who called the plays and set up the defense, the other players being: Tori, Ali and Emily Durso, Julie Bruschini, and Julia Oh.
Last week, the Glen Cove Boy’s Lacrosse Team opened conference play with a convincing 12-3 victory over the Malverne/East Rockaway Rockin’ Mules. Leading the way offensively for the Big Red were Dougie Tripp and Owen Valance each scoring four goals, Ryan Zupa had two, Daven Plummer and Chris Borer each scored one. Kevin Nicholas added three assists and Mike Moglia had one.
The Lady Vikings are still going strong with two Conference crossover games this week. Their record is now 10-2 for the season. On April 21 they beat Valley Stream North 6-1, Elle Hoffman had two homeruns and Christine Castiglione went 3-4 with an RBI. Pitcher Hanna Hacker who joined the Varsity team in eighth-grade, has proven to be a very strong player for this team. Elle Hoffman had another home run against Wheatley and Regan Falk went 2 for 3 with two RBIs. A tradition in High School sports is the Senior Game, the last home game of the season where the younger players honor the outgoing Seniors. At the April 27th game, North Shore wished all the best to Regan Falk, Elle Hoffman, Jennifer Melgar and Megan Silka, North Shore team players all through their school years.
Varsity Softball Going Strong
North Shore Lady Vikings had a great week bringing them 8-2, they had two wins this week against Jericho and Locust Valley and a loss to Roslyn. After last week’s crazy 15 and up scoring, this week was back in range. In the Jericho game, Ali Grande went 3-4 with 2 RBI’s and Hanna Hacker pitched a 5 inning 1-hitter bringing North Shore to a 5-2 win. Losing to Roslyn 3-2, Regan Falk had a homerun in the 5th scoring the first run of the game. At Locust Valley they won 2-0, Jackie Gioia had the first run of the game in the 5th and Christine Castiglione scored on Regan Falk’s bundt in the 6th. Hanna Hacker struck out 8 in 5 innings.
By Coach Carmine Rotolo
He has been the workhorse of the pitching staff for the past three years. Every game he pitches seems to possess a playoff-like atmosphere. And this week was no different. Peter Cappiello pitched another splendid game for the Big Red as Glen Cove notched a milestone victory over Clarke, the defending Long Island champions, 3-2, in 8 innings. This win is not only huge for our program; it’s just as big for the senior class. It is the first victory against the powerhouse team since Cappiello and the other five seniors on the squad arrived at Glen Cove High School. This was the series that those seniors circled on their calendars. They wanted to know if our team had what it took to beat the perennial Nassau champs. The answer finally arrived. Cappiello struck out 10, allowed one walk, two runs and 4 hits. Senior Richie Maccarone continued to mash the ball by roping a triple to the deepest part of right field. That ball would have cleared the fence if it wasn’t for the prevailing winds. The speedy shortstop legged out an infield hit and also stole two bases. He finished the day going 2-3. Sophomore Chris Theodoro, who was a late addition to the varsity roster after an impressive spring training, went 2-3 with two hard hit singles. Chris’s first varsity at-bat in Florida was against a kid that was throwing heat. After he ripped a single into centerfield, the coaching staff knew that this kid was ready to contribute on the varsity level. And contribute is what the whole team has done early on in the season. After only getting three hits against Wantagh, Glen Cove has turned it up a bit. The Covers pounded out seven hits against Clarke’s number one pitcher. Everyone contributes in their own way to this team. We want guys that feel compelled to play team baseball and will do anything to help our team win ballgames.
The Lady Vikings are off to a great season standing 5-1 as of April 12. In the past week the girls have played 5 games in 5 days, coming out on top in all five, they beat Cold Spring Harbor 18-3 and a big win against Garden City, 18-5. On Friday, 4/9 the girls played Wantagh, they were tied in the top of the 7th Inning, Anne Duffy gave them a nice hit to win and gave Wantagh their first loss of the season. The effort on the team has come from everyone; Anne Duffy with excellent at bats, Alex Grande’s second base coverage and a big home run from Elle Hoffman. Come watch the girls varsity softball team!
The Glen Cove Cougars 12U Travel Baseball team will be holding a fundraiser on April 17, Opening Day, at John Maccarone Memorial Stadium. Visit the table by Field 1 to enter for great prizes such as a stay at Woodloch Pines, a flat panel TV, a home entertainment center and many other prizes. Anyone interested in entering the raffle but cannot make it down may call 317-3018 for more information.
The North Shore Baseball Alliance 11U Vikings took the March 20-21 NY Travel Baseball Pre-Season Tournament by defeating the Nassau Express of Valley Stream 8-6 in the championship game.
The Vikings went undefeated in the tournament by besting teams from Kings Park and Huntington.
The championship game featured a stirring Viking comeback after trailing 6-1 in the 4th inning. The Vikings scored 7 runs in the bottom half of the 5th inning to take a 2-run lead which was never relinquished.
Congratulations to this talented, young team.
North Shore High School Class of 2007’s Randi Zukas has received NCAA Division III Women’s Ice Hockey All-America East First Team Defense honors and recently won her second straight NCAA Division III ice hockey title with Amherst College. Currently, there are 34 Division I and 50 Division III NCAA women’s ice hockey teams in the U.S.
Zukas attended the prestigious North American Hockey Academy (NAHA) in Stowe, VT on a part-time basis from October through March in conjunction with North Shore High School for her sophomore, junior, and senior years where she played some 80 hockey games in the 17-week time span. She was awarded the Seventh Player Award in 2005 and the Coaches Award in 2007.
In addition to playing ice hockey, Randi played varsity soccer and track at NSHS. She is a biology/pre-med major at Amherst College.
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