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GN Soccer Club Annual Tryouts

Friday, 28 October 2011 00:00

The Great Neck Soccer Club will be holding tryouts for new teams on Saturday, Nov. 20 from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Great Neck North Middle School Soccer Field behind the pool (not Parkwood). We are looking to create U-8 teams (boys and girls) which will be made up of players born between Aug.1, 2003 and Dec. 31, 2004. If you would like more information and/or a registration form, please e-mail your name and e-mail address with “Soccer Tryout” in the subject line to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

Wolverines Roster Finalized

Friday, 21 October 2011 00:00

The Great Neck Wolverines High School Hockey Team, sponsored by Great Neck PAL, has finished putting together their roster for the 2011-2012 season. The team has just the right mix of veteran leadership with youthful enthusiasm that promises to make this and future seasons fun and successful for all.  There are 19 players on this year’s roster.

 

Great Neck Bruins Peewee Hockey Strong Season Start

Friday, 21 October 2011 00:00

The Great Neck Bruins Peewees showed grit and talent in their first two weeks of season play. The team of sixth and seventh-graders lost a lot of early season practice time due to ice problems at Parkwood and fans were understandably nervous as they began a difficult schedule involving play in both the Long island Amateur Hockey League and the Hudson Valley Hockey League.  The kids, however, played outstanding hockey in their first three games.

The season opened with a Sunday morning away game on October 9 against the Freeport Arrows. The Bruins players played well and led throughout the game, winning 4-3.

 

Glide Into the 2011-12 Season With the Park District Bruins

Written by Michele Bernstein Siegel Friday, 14 October 2011 00:00
The Great Neck Park District Bruins Youth Hockey Teams are anticipating an extraordinary upcoming season.  As the new season begins, our players are getting back on the ice with drive and enthusiasm. They are gearing up for the challenges they will meet on the ice knowing that the game encompasses more than mere skills and brute force. The power of the mind plays such an important part! Learning the fundamentals of ice hockey for all levels, from beginners to advanced players, is what this Tier III organization is best at. Learn to enjoy this wonderful game on and off the ice.
 

Great Neck Park District Wolverines Parkwood Dates

Friday, 14 October 2011 00:00

Who needs football? For the second year in a row Monday night is Hockey Night in Great Neck. The Great Neck Wolverines High School Hockey Team, sponsored by Great Neck PAL, will be playing their home games right here in Great Neck thanks to the Great Neck Park District. The team will be competing in 21 league games, and 8 of them will be at the Parkwood facility. All games will start promptly at 8:15 p.m.

 

Wolverines Keep Working

Friday, 07 October 2011 00:00
The Great Neck Wolverines High School Hockey Team, sponsored by Great Neck PAL, spent last week working on off ice training while the Parkwood Ice was freezing. In the absence of ice, the Wolverines kept on training. They ran, did push-ups, practiced some light checking exercises and worked on speed and agility. This past week the ice was back, and the practice was intense. Head Coach Blaine Aronovitch has said “this team will be the best skating, best conditioned team in the league.” To accomplish this, he has players working on their endurance and stamina.
 

GNBCC Walk October 23

Friday, 07 October 2011 00:00

On Sunday, Oct. 23 the Great Neck Breast Cancer Coalition is having their first Walk to Make a Difference. The event is being organized by John Ryan and Courtney Swartz to benefit the coalition. When asked why she had gotten involved with the walk, Courtney Swartz, a junior at Queens College said: “As a young woman I am aware of the issues facing women newly diagnosed with breast cancer and the need to have a place to go for education and support. I know that I have a wonderful support group of family and friends but not everyone is that lucky and no one should feel alone.” 

 

Wolverines Opener Announced

Friday, 30 September 2011 00:00

The Great Neck Wolverines High School Hockey Team, sponsored by Great Neck PAL, continue to get ready for the 2011-2012 season. In this week’s practice, the team went over some of the new league rules. The goal in youth hockey this season is to cut down on the head contact and reduce the amount of head injuries that have occurred in the game. Any contact to the head, either intentional or accidental is supposed to be accessed a severe penalty. In practice the team worked on keeping their hands low to avoid any head contact with other players. The Wolverines are in full agreement with the league that the rule changes are necessary and contact to the head should avoided at all costs.

 

Grant for Adelphi NYS Breast Cancer Hotline & Support Program

Friday, 30 September 2011 00:00

For the eighth year, the Adelphi NY Statewide Breast Cancer Hotline & Support Program is a beneficiary of the Long Island 2 Day Walk to Fight Breast Cancer, receiving a grant of $35,000. The funds received assist the breast cancer program in its Paths to Wellness Program, a series of workshops for breast cancer patients.

Eleven Long Island women were on the Adelphi walking team: Linda Olsen, East Meadow; Sue Gerson, North Bellmore; Caitlin Castellano, North Bellmore; Diane Gioia, Patricia A. Goodsell and Marie Grisafi, New Hyde Park; Kathy Diamond, East Meadow; Susan Shulman, Westbury; Stefi Hochhauser, Merrick; Regina Shields, Baldwin; and Mary Jean Scott, Ridge.

 

Glide Into the 2011-12 Season With the Park District Bruins

Written by Michele Bernstein Siegel Friday, 23 September 2011 00:00

The Great Neck Park District Bruins Youth Hockey Teams are anticipating an extraordinary upcoming season. As the new season begins, our players are getting back on the ice with drive and enthusiasm. They are gearing up for the challenges they will meet on the ice, knowing that the game encompasses more than mere skills and brute force. The power of the mind plays such an important part! Learning the fundamentals of ice hockey for all levels, from beginners to advanced players, is what this Tier III organization is best at. Learn to enjoy this wonderful game on and off the ice.

 

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