Wheatley senior and soccer goalie Eric Orologio signed his letter of intent to play Division I soccer at the University at Albany last week. Seated from left to right: Anna Orologio, Eric and Ottavio Orologio. Standing from left to right: Marco DaFonte, assistant Wheatley varsity soccer coach, Dr. Sean Feeney, principal of The Wheatley School and Tom Fitzpatrick, director of physical education, athletics, health and medical services.
Robert Malandro’s coaching awards are almost as numerous as the number of years he has spent coaching the Holy Trinity boys baseball team.
With a quarter-century worth of experience and five Catholic League Championships, Malandro has been paving the way for successful high school baseball players for more than two decades. Humble, enthusiastic and dedicated are only a few words that adequately describe the five-time NSCHSAA Coach of the Year.
After playing baseball all around the country with the Nassau County Police Department, Malandro found coaching to be the next natural step after his retirement. A Hicksville resident himself, Malandro began coaching baseball at Holy Trinity in 1989 after answering an ad in a local paper.
Once again this year, the Long Island Thunderbolts Softball Team will be hosting a five-week training session for young softball players at the Hebrew Academy of Nassau County, located at 25 Country Drive in Plainview. This clinic allows the Thunderbolts to raise necessary team funds, while teaching girls the skills they need to be ready to hit it out of the park during softball season in the spring. The “2013 Winter Work Out” will feature lessons on hitting, bunting and fielding.
Students at Charles Water Karate & Fitness, located at 122 Hillside Ave., in Williston Park, recently participated in the studio’s 31st black belt testing cycle. Charles Water Karate & Fitness is a full time, professional martial arts school, with classes for children, adults and teenagers. The school is the only one on Long Island that also offers Karatatot, the only program specifically designed for children 4 ½ - 6 year olds.
From New Hyde Park: Jesmine Romanelli, Hunter Bryant; Manhasset Hills: Daniel Garcia; Carle Place: Adam Kwarren; East Meadow: Christopher Ballato; Mineola: Jason Maglione.
From New Hyde Park: Brian O’Regan, Danielle Albanese.
Herricks High School’s basketball program is celebrating the accomplishments of two 1,000-point scorers, one boy and one girl, both seniors who own their school career scoring record. And both are convinced that the other one is the better player.
So who would win a 1-on-1 match between Andrew Fellus and Alison Ricchiuti?
“She would,” Fellus said.
“He would,’” Ricchiuti said.
For a small school tucked away in a corner of a small village, The Wheatley School in Old Westbury has accumulated a rich athletic history. The gymnasium has scores of banners hanging, saluting the school’s achievements over the years.
“Two seasons ago, we reached the New York State finals in soccer,’’ athletic director Tom Fitzpatrick said. “We were Nassau County champions in baseball two years ago. Our teams make the playoffs every year. We’re competitive.”
Wheatley is proud of the opportunities it offers its students.
The New York Cosmos have submitted a proposal to build a 25,000-seat soccer stadium at Belmont Parl.
The so-called Elmont Town Crossing will involve transforming two sections of Belmont Park into an entertainment complex, with a “Restaurant Row” of nine new eateries, nearly 250,000 square feet of retail space, a 175-room hotel and the development of a brand-new 4.3-acre public park for the residential community.
The proposed development was formally delivered to the Empire State Development Corporation, the state’s economic development arm, on Jan. 11 and is expected to cost more than $400 million. It would create more than 500 construction jobs and over 3,000 full-time permanent jobs.
Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Jon Kaiman and Councilwoman Lee Seeman joined forces with State Senator Jack Martins and Nassau County Legislator Richard Nicolello recently to break ground on a long-awaited reconstruction project to restore the New Hyde Park Police Athletic League clubhouse to its former glory.
This kickoff of the renovation project, which was also attended by PAL officials, Nassau County Police Officer Kevin Worth, and Sgt. Doug Kenah, heralded the start of a project that had been hampered by a lack of funds and had consequently languished for over seven years.
The Merillon Athletic Association (MAA), home of the Merillon Little League and Merillon Sharks Travel Program, would like to announce that registration for Spring 2013 is currently open. For more information, please visit www.merillonaa.com to register today.
Congratulations to the Herricks Highlanders Girls Varsity Soccer team on becoming the 2012 Conference Champs. The team went undefeated, 10-0, in league play.
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