School Board Appoints Curtis Axelsen, Again, As Board Trustee
After being appointed and sworn into the New Hyde Park/Garden City Park School Board for the third time, Curtis Axelsen said, "This is like Yogi Berra, 'Dejá vue, all over again.' I am very honored to be here and to follow in the footsteps of Martin Cernese. Thank you all so much."
Williston Park Holds Annual Fair on Picture Perfect Sunday
Last Sunday, Hillside Avenue, between Willis Avenue and the railroad tracks in Williston Park had standing room only as hundreds moved up and down the street, from side to side, taking advantage of the many vendors and merchant booths. The occasion was the Williston Park Street Fair and it was packed.
NHP Cyclones 13U Split with the Nesconset Panthers
In a battle of two undefeated teams in the NJBL Central Division the NHP Cyclones and the Nesconset Panthers split on double header. The NHP Clones take the first game by a score of 10 - 6 and drop the second game in 8 innings by a score of 4 -3. The highlights of game one were Kevin Caldas pitching a one hitter through the first 4 innings and the 7-run explosion by the Cyclones in the bottom of the 5th. Twelve Cyclones came to the plate led by JT O'Callagahan, Kenny Wilcox and Alex Fabian . The Cyclone defense was tremendous led by Cris Longoria and Nicky Andali. Gibron Gurayah came in the 6th and closed the door. In game two the Cyclones lost a heartbreaker in 8 innings.
New Hyde Park Wildcats Roundup
The junior match had the offense in midseason form with a 9-7 contest. Newcomer Samantha Duggan was the leading goal scorer with 5 tallies. Providing terrific support was Christopher Burgos with 4 more goals. Harrison Stein paved the way for his team with 4 goals and Joshua Stark added 3 more.
County Needs to Improve Roads for Runners