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September 17, 1999

  • NEWS: Update: Banning School Rifle Teams

    Although she has not yet been successful in her quest to ban riflery as an interscholastic sport, Susan Posen has not given up. Last month she managed to have her request heard at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association meeting. It was the association's decision to allow individual school districts to determine whether or not a particular sport shall be sponsored. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: UCF's 46th Annual Campaign Under Way

    As the sign says, A Long Journey Begins With Small Steps. UCF is grateful to all the residents of Great Neck who have supported us in the past and who will support us in the future. When a UCF volunteer contacts you, or when you receive the new Neighborhood Guide in the mail, please take a moment to return the campaign envelope that you receive with as generous a contribution as your can. Each donation brings us one step closer to reaching our goal! FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Erin Byrnes Earns Two Silver Medals in Diving

    Junior Erin Byrnes of Great Neck North HS made her third trip to the Empire State Games and came away with two medals this year. Last year, Byrnes qualified in the 1 and 3 meter board dive and placed fourth and fifth respectively. At the trials held in June at the Aquatic Center at Eisenhower Park this year, Byrnes placed first in the 3 meter dive and second in the 1 meter dive. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Kings Point Weekly Wrap-Up

    The US Merchant Marine Academy improved to 1-1 on the year with a 21-20 win over Freedom Football Conference rival Norwich University on Captain James Harvey Tomb Field this past Saturday. The Blue and Gray opened up the scoring at 11:53 on their first drive of the game when junior kicker Matt Warren (Centerport) converted on a 24-yard field goal. Kings Point increased their lead to 6-0 at the start of the second quarter when Warren again knocked one through the uprights, this time from 23 yards. On the Cadets ensuing possession, they moved down the field in seven plays, capping the drive with a two-yard touchdown pass to take their first lead of the game with a 7-6 edge. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Don't Forget UCF!
  • OPINION: Environmental Record

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