The Hicksville PAL Lacrosse program has added a second-grade boys lacrosse team for the very first time. On Sunday, April 17, the inaugural home opening game resulted in an exciting 8-2 win over Levittown. Thanks to great coaching by Coaches Phil Patti and Mike Longo, the players were prepared to take on the game, as well as their opponent. Congratulations to the second-grade team and best of luck for the remainder of the season!The community would like to thank the Hicksville PAL Boys Lacrosse director, Frank Pallone, who was extremely instrumental in implementing a second-grade team for the program. Thanks to the commitment and cooperation of all the volunteer coaches, parents and its coordinators, the Hicksville PAL Boys Lacrosse program is growing every year.
On Tuesday, May 31, St. Ignatius Loyola will host its 14th Annual Golf Classic at the Town of Oyster Bay Golf Course.
The cost for an individual is $185 and will begin with a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m. Included in the price is 18 holes of golf, the use of an electric golf cart, goodie bags and prizes and a barbecue lunch at noon. At the conclusion of the round of golf, a cocktail party and dinner will follow at the Woodlands located on the golf course property.
The Hicksville PAL sixth-grade boys lacrosse team defeated Seaford in its season opener, 7-5. On a brisk spring morning, the team traveled southeast to face Seaford on April 3. Seaford came out strong, and established a lead after three quarters. Coaches Capel, Ketelsen and Dalton went with a full offensive attack press on the ride, which caused numerous turnovers. Hicksville scored five unanswered goals to solidify their comeback victory over Seaford. It appears to be a promising season for the team. Congratulations Hicksville Tomahawks! The sixth-grade Hicksville Tomahawks pose for a photo after the win.
Help to improve your son or daughter’s lacrosse skills by registering for 365 Lax, Inc.’s summer lacrosse camps and clinics. 365 Lax, Inc., one of Long Island’s top lacrosse camps, is now accepting registrations for their upcoming summer camps and clinics. Proceeds are donated to the Bethpage Community Foundation, Lax Backers of St. John’s and the Bethpage PAL.
The Hicksville Public School District is proud to announce that student-athlete and Hicksville High School senior Allison McNamara has been named a News 12 Long Island/Citibank Scholar Athlete. This award recognizes a student-athlete’s significant achievements in the classroom, as well as on the playing field.
The competition team of Broadway Dance in Hicksville, under the direction of owner Robin Ribarich and teacher Theresa Lewis, recently won awards at The Power of Dance competition.
The soloist, Katherine Savlas of Oyster Bay, received gold. The small group tap and jazz, Katherine Savlas of Oyster Bay, Samantha Rea of Hicksville, Catherine Hartel of Hicksville, and Ashley Riccinto of Syosset, received gold.
The Senior Duet, Laura Connolly and Danika Strand, received high gold as well as overall high score award in their age category. These girls were not only dancing for an award, but to help raise money for the St. Jude Children’s Hospital. All are very proud of what these dancers achieved at this competition – way to go, girls!
The Hicksville PAL wrestling team concluded their 2010-11 wrestling season by participating in the 20th Annual Tyler Lynde/Ken Lesser Memorial Wrestling Tournament held at Hauppauge High School on March 12. Congratulations to Coach Curtis Lee, Tim Mott (third-place), John Vitucci (fourth-place), Mike Epilone (fourth-place), Coach Joe Fiorello, Carter Seay (third-place), Chris Fiorello (second-place), Anthony Fiorello (fourth-place), Ryan Schecht (fourth-place), Mikey Schmatz (third-place) and Anthony Squillacioti (fourth-place).
Runners and walkers of all ages and levels are invited to join in the fun for the 20th annual David Lerner Associates Long Island Police Appreciation Run, to be held on Thursday evening, June 9 at Eisenhower Park.
The proceeds will once again be turned over to the special Police Crisis Fund that has been established to aid Nassau and Suffolk County law enforcement officers and their families in time of emergency. In the 19 years of its existence, the fund has distributed more than $250,000 to local police officers and their families. Most recently, substantial distributions from the Fund were made to the families of Nassau County Police Department officers Michael Califano and Geoffrey Breitkopf, both of whom were so tragically killed earlier this year.
Justin Valluzzi, of Hicksville, and the Fighting Ice-Men hockey team, coached by Justin’s father, Frank Valluzzi, won the Nassau County Pee-Wee Division 2010-2011 Championship on March 12. Hundreds of family, friends and hockey fans packed Cantiague Park Ice Rink to watch the exciting championship game. Congratulations to all and special thanks to the Nassau County Hockey League and its coordinators for providing such a great ice hockey program for the community to enjoy.
Hicksville Boys and Girls Club, Boys and Girls Clubs of America and the NBA Coaches Association have teamed up to provide new opportunities and experiences for our Club members.
On March 13, 25 lucky youngsters were treated to a free basketball game as the New York Knicks took on the Indiana Pacers at the world famous Madison Square Garden. Along with the game, Club members received a rare opportunity to meet and greet a true role model, Hall of Famer Walt “Clyde” Frazier. Despite an 11-point loss, a fun-filled day time was had by all.
The Hicksville Boys and Girls Club would like to thank the NBA and “Coaches for Kids” for helping young people in our club BE GREAT! If you are interested in finding out what other activities are being planned at the Club, give them a call at 822-KIDS.
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