Congratulations to Maggie Reid and Jeri Cavagnaro, both residents of Locust Valley, who came home with awards from the 22nd annual edition of the David Lerner Associates Long Island Police Appreciation 5 Kilometer Run, which was held in Eisenhower Park on the evening of June 6.
The Glen Cove third- and fourth-graders participated in the PAL LaxFest in Farmingdale and finished up their season by losing a tough one-goal game to Seaford.
It appeared the “Wee Knights” of Glen Cove outplayed Seaford, but they came up just short of victory losing 8 - 7. The effort was certainly there from the Knights who played great defense, came up with ground balls and backed up the shots on goal all game long.
Samantha Nadel of Glen Head competed in the 6K Junior Women’s Race at the 40 IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland this spring. In her first international competition, she came in 44 out of 86 participants, with a time of 20:30.
The USA team finished sixth out of 15 teams. She and her teammates qualified to represent the USA in February at the 2013 USA Cross Country Championships. Nadel just completed her freshman year at Georgetown University, where she runs on the cross country and track teams. This spring, she was also inducted into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
Nadel is a graduate of North Shore High School, where she led the cross country team to two state titles. Her love for running began with the Glen Cove St. Pat’s CYO running program.
The Bulls won their second game of the season with a 14-7 effort against the Lugnuts. Ryan Annuziato was 3-for-3 with two homers and five RBI. Matt Babal was also 3-for-3 with two RBI. Gavin Conway was 2-for-3 for the Bulls.The Hot Rods outlasted the Bees, 13-8, with the two teams combining for 35 hits, including seven extra-base hits.
The Glen Cove Two Knights continued their lacrosse season by travelling to play a tough Port Washington Blue team on Sunday, June 2. This would be the last official game of the PAL program and the Knights were hungry to show the skills that they’ve developed over the six-game season.
The Friends Academy Boys and Girls Varsity Track team competed to championship levels at both their Division IV B Championship meets, clinching the title at both meets and scoring more points than competitor teams from Locust Valley, Cold Spring Harbor, Malverne, Wheatley, Oyster Bay, Carle Place and East Rockaway. The girls team scored 136 points, while the boys team scored 107. According to Coach Louisa Garry, this was the first team championship the girls team has won since 2002; the boys track team had not won since 1974. The boys won five individual events (1600, 800, 200, shot put and discus) as well as the 4 x 800 meter relay. The girls also won six individual events (1500, 800, 200, 400, 3000 and high jump), as well as the 4 x 800 meter relay and 4 x 100 meter relay.
On Sunday, May 19, the Glen Cove third and fourth graders took to a rainy Connolly School field against a tough Mineola team. The numbers were there for Glen Cove, unfortunately, the goals were not. The “Wee Knights” showed flashes of brilliance throughout the game, but had trouble putting it all together. Lukasz Dubicki jumped in goal to start the game and made several nice saves. Victor Scarmato, Dominic Williams, Nicholas Kodis, Mike Mattern and Nicholas Caparella gave it their all. The offense was generated by midfielders Ryan Houghton, Andrew Epifania, Charlie Benazzi, Ciaran Greene, Jayden Thom and Will Feldmann. On attack Jacob Bruce, Jacen Braja, Christian Maiorana, Joseph Thom and Micah Stone kept busy chasing ground balls, backing up shots on goal and trying their best. Mineola was too skilled at throwing and catching for the Glen Cove defense to keep up.
On Saturday, May 18, the Glen Cove Yacht Club celebrated its 53rd Commissioning of the Fleet. The event took place under cloudy skies at the Glen Cove Yacht Club house at 3 p.m.
Terese “The Knockout” Arenth, a resident of Glen Cove, and a partner with the law firm of Moritt Hock & Hamroff, LLP of Garden City, has been selected to be one of the boxers for the tenth Long Island Fight for Charity, which will be held on November 25 at the Long Island Hilton in Melville. This action-packed, highly anticipated event is one of Long Island’s leading fundraising and networking events. The Long Island Fight for Charity expects more than 1,200 people to attend, and projects that it will raise $200,000 to support members of the community.
The Glen Cove Junior Lacrosse Club celebrated their Lacrosse Day on Saturday, May 11. Under cloudy skies and the threat of rain, the seventh and eighth grade ‘Late Knights’ started the day off against Half Hollow Hills and continued to struggle offensively. In the end the lopsided score didn’t reflect the strong effort put in by the Knights. Davey Moore, Russell Perciballi, Anthony Calo and Lucas Salerno each had a goal for Glen Cove. Calo and Salerno, converted defensemen, scored their first career goals on attack. Joey Grella was a force on midfield with two assists. Eric Brown and Perciballi assisted on the other two tallies. Goalie Brendan Whitehead played well but was unable to hold off the Half Hollow attack.
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