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Big Turnout for Mayor’s Snapper Derby 2009

Friday, 21 August 2009 10:15

A total of 122 children attended the derby on a beautiful day. The snappers where plentiful, with over 220 fish caught.

“A special thank you to the enthusiastic volunteers from the Glen Cove Angler’s Club and the Matinecock Rod and Gun Club in addition to Chairman Tom Manzione and the Glen Cove Anglers Club for organizing this annual event,” said a spokesperson. “Thank You to the 24 sponsors who so generously contributed toward the prizes, food and T-shirts. Thank you to Diane from Duffy’s Bait and Tackle for donating the bait and extra prizes as well as John from Glen Cove Sports Shop for donating the chum. We would also like to thank Mike Pascucci from Glen Cove Beer and Soda, and the mayor’s office and Darcy from the Glen Cove Dept. of Parks & Recreation.”

 

Glen Cove Anglers Reel in Striper Derby Title

Friday, 14 August 2009 00:00

On June 7, the Glen Cove Anglers Club, along with the Matinecock Rod and Gun Club, the Mill River Rod and Gun Club and the Manhasset Bay Sportsman Club, held its weigh-in breakfast for their annual Wade Denning Interclub Striped Bass Derby.

The Derby began Saturday evening at 6 p.m. and ended Sunday morning at 10 a.m. with the final weigh-in and a hearty breakfast, with Head Chef Jeff Schneider, chairman and CEO August Thompson Corporation and a GCAC member once again going over the top with a feast fit for kings.

 

Glen Head Student Awarded Waldbaum’s Scholarship

Friday, 14 August 2009 00:00
The Long Island Junior Soccer League is pleased to announce that Justyne Passarelli of Glen Head has been awarded the LIJSL’s Waldbaum’s Scholarship, named after the longtime league sponsor. Justyne will be studying at Stony Brook University and she will be honored at a LIJSL luncheon on Sunday, July 19 at the Huntington Hilton.
 

Glen Cove High School Boys Lacrosse

Friday, 07 August 2009 00:00

It was quite a year for the Glen Cove High School Boys Lacrosse Team, and for their accomplishments, the team was recently honored at the Nassau County Lacrosse Coaches Association Annual Awards Dinner. The team amassed a school record 11 wins during the season, and also set school records for team goals, assists and points scored.

 

A.D.’s Corner: August 6, 2009

Written by Dr. Scott Silverman Friday, 07 August 2009 00:00
Practice Counts!

Many players go through the motions in practice, planning on displaying their true talents once it’s game time. This type of practice does nothing to improve the skills of a player. True competitors make their practices as worthwhile as their matches or games.

 

GC Girls Lacrosse is Brimming with Pride

Friday, 31 July 2009 00:00

From this season’s varsity lacrosse team three players received the 2009 US Lacrosse High School Girls’ Academic All-America Selection:

Metro NYC/Long Island Brittany Baker 2010 Glen Cove

Metro NYC/Long Island Jessica Totino 2009 Glen Cove

Metro NYC/Long Island Kelsea Anne Valance 2009 Glen Cove

 

Brandon Robilotti Awarded Bobbie Marks Memorial Scholarship

Friday, 31 July 2009 00:00
The Long Island Junior Soccer League announced that Brandon Robilotti has been honored with the Bobbie Marks Memorial Scholarship. He received the scholarship in a LIJSL lunch on July 19 at the Huntington Hilton and will be attending Haverford College in Pennsylvania this autumn.

Brandon studied at North Shore High School, where he was on the High Honor Roll every semester, was a National Merit Scholar and an AP Scholar With Distinction. The Sea Cliff resident was a two-year All-Conference varsity soccer player and also All-County Honorable Mention for the Vikings. He played in the LIJSL’s Exceptional Seniors Game.

 

A.D.’s Corner: July 23, 2009

Written by Dr. Scott Silverman Friday, 24 July 2009 00:00
Proper Hydration Is Essential for Athlete

Research on athletes’ perceptions of sweat loss and fluid consumption shows how important it is for athletes to drink on a regular schedule to prevent dehydration.

 

A.D.’s Corner: July 17, 2009

Written by Dr. Scott Silverman Friday, 17 July 2009 07:30

Off Season Conditioning With Plyometrics

The idea of plyometrics is to develop the greatest amount of force in the shortest amount of time. Plyometrics is one of the best ways if not the best way to improve power. Power is similar to strength except you are adding a time factor. Therefore the relation of strength and speed is what we are talking about when we talk about power. A person who can perform a specific resistance movement, such as jumping, bench press etc., the fastest would be said to have more power in that movement. So what we are looking at is not just the contraction of the muscle, but how fast will it contract. Plyometric exercises also train an athlete to absorb shock better, improving resiliency in the joints and soft tissue. With plyometric training, an athlete is able to sustain repetitive contractions over time, say continuous jumping for a rebound in basketball. You develop strength and power through a broad range of motion, while creating a more versatile muscle and joint. Some exercises include: jumps-in-place, standing jumps, multiple jumps, box drills, depth jumps, bounding, and medicine ball exercises.

 

North Shores’ Robert Grabher Named Nassau County’s Top Scholar Athlete

Friday, 17 July 2009 07:28

The Nassau County Sports Commission held their Hall of Fame dinner, honoring both professional athletes and high school athletes who have made significant contributions to sports in Nassau County. North Shore High Schools’ Robert Grabher was selected to receive the James J. Regan Award as Nassau County’s Top Scholar Athlete.

 “The James J. Regan Award is presented in memory of Sergeant James J. Regan, who gave his life in Iraq protecting our freedom and our way of life,” said a spokesperson. “Regan lived his life as a champion and was a 1998 recipient of the Nassau County Sports Commission High School Outstanding Achievement Award while attending Chaminade High School.”

 

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