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Cantiague Park Senior Men’s Golf League: August 21, 2014

Cantiague Park Senior Men’s Golf League had its fourth tournament on Thursday Aug. 7. We had 33 golfers and a record 8 who scored under 40. Low overall score was won by newcomer Ed Hyne with an impressive 33, his second low net in a row. Charlie Acerra scored a solid 35, and won low overall net with a 26; his best score in 4 years.

Competition on the nine-hole course is divided into two divisions. Flight A is for players with a handicap of 13 or lower. Flight B is for players with a handicap of 14 or more. The league is a 100 % handicap league. Any man 55 years or older is eligible for membership. We have many openings for this year, and you can sign up anytime throughout the the season. The league meets every Thursday at 7:30 a.m., but the formal tournament dates are only the first and third Thursday of the month through late October. We will have a final luncheon with prizes on our last meeting.

If you are interested in joining our league for this year, please call John Bosco at 516-512-0050 for more information. Our league includes an optional match play competition beginning in June with prizes for the top two finalists. We also have recognition of a yearly overall club champion by awarding points throughout the year in various weekly categories. There are numerous opportunities for cash prizes for individual achievement utilizing your handicap in every tournament.

Match Play has begun and in the semi-finals are Al Poggioli vs. Bruce Danen and Bill Golden vs. Jim O’Brien. Point leaders for the Club Championship are Charlie Hong with 27 and Dave Malle with 19.

Low Actual Score—Ed Hyne (33)

Low Overall Net—Charlie Acerra (26)

Low Flight A—Bill Golden (26)

2nd Low Flight A —Pete Kerr (27)

Closest to the Pin—Frank DeBello

Longest Drive—Bob Powers

Name - Score - Handicap - Net Score

Charlie Acerra 35-9-26

John Agnoli DNP - 23

John Bosco 45-15-30

Bruce Danen 36-7-29

Frank DeBello 54-16-38

John Dilavore 45-14-31

Bob Evans 42-8-34

Pete Fiorillo 52-21-31

Bill Golden 35-9-26

Pete Guerra 39-10-29

Mike Guerriero 45-13-32

Charles Hong 39-5-34

Ed Hughes 41-13-28

Ed Hyne 33-3-30

Ken Hymes 41-10-31

Joe Iavaroni 48-18-30

Pete Kerr 40-13-27

Pat Lehane 48-9-39

Tony Macaluso 51-19-32

Dave Malle 34-6-28

Andrew Malone  41-12-29

Jim Murphy DNP - 16

Jim O’Brien 42-10-32

Tom Parker DNP - 10

Rudy Pekarek DNP - 10

Walter Pietsch 53-15-38

Al Poggioli 44-16-28

Bob Powers 44-11-33  

Jack Prunty 45-16-29  

Bob Ross DNP - 8

Frank Salamone 44-12-32

Joe Sander DNP - 18

Kent Schreiber 51-17-34

Jerry Skaee 39-6-33

Don Sterling 49-19-30

Bob Thornton 41-13-28

John Valsecchi 45-14-31

Dom Vissicchio 49-14-35

Sheldon Weinberg 46-3-43


A group of like-minded local residents banded together and saved more than 200 area trees from the chopping block — for now.

A state judge ordered Nassau County and the Department of Public Works to stop cutting down trees along South Oyster Bay Road, granting a temporary restraining order to a group of residents spearheading an effort to save the trees.

State Supreme Court Judge Antonio Brandveen scheduled a hearing on Thursday, Oct. 16 for the county to address complaints from residents, in particular a group called Operation STOMP (Save Trees Over More Pavement) founded by Hicksville native Tanya Lukasik.The Public Works department had planned to removed more than 200 30-foot trees in communities ranging from Plainview, Bethpage, Hicksville and Syosset.

For the past 16 years, Lucia Simon has walked from her home in Hicksville to her job at the Hicksville Public Library. She enjoys her job as a librarian and says that the staff has become like family to her. But for the past three years, Simon and 56 fellow co-workers have been frustrated at what she says is the library’s board refusal to negotiate a fair contract.  

“We have had no contract in three years. They refuse to bargain with us. Every time they come back to us it’s not fair,” says Simon.

However, the board of trustees disagree, saying that it has made a “fair offer.”


The Girls Varsity soccer team, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, wore pink uniforms and pink socks in their game on Oct. 8 against MacArthur whom they defeated 1-0. The girls and boys soccer programs at Hicksville High School are selling pink ribbon car magnets with a soccer ball and HHS on it with the words “Kick Cancer” on the ribbon. All the money raised will go to the Sarah Grace Foundation, which is a local foundation trying to beat pediatric cancer. The players plan to raise $1,000 for this organization

— From Hicksville High School

Hicksville native progressing through Mets system

The Mets minor league system is enjoying a rare period of prosperity. For years, it was barren due to trading off high-ceiling players for major leaguers, or neglecting the draft in favor of the free agent market. Since General Manager Sandy Alderson took over, the organization has reversed course and put a much greater emphasis on player development. During his second-to-last season, however, former GM Omar Minaya took a chance and drafted a local catcher, Cam Maron, out of Hicksville High School in the 34th round.


Spooktacular Halloween

October 17

Fall Festival

October 18

Veterans Casework Seminar

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