The streets were trembling, the buildings were shaking and the confetti was falling by the truck-full in the Canyon of Heroes on Tuesday, Feb. 7 as New York City said thanks to its beloved Big Blue.
The New York Giants celebrated the 21-17 Super Bowl XVLI (46) victory over the New England Patriots in style with a ticker-tape parade and estimated attendance of one million screaming onlookers. Fans laughed, cheered, even cried as their favorite team passed by on what could be magically mistaken as chariots of the football gods.
An estimated 40 tons of confetti showered the “G-MEN.” Fans barricaded on the sidewalks took to climbing streetlights, signs and building storefronts to could catch a glimpse of the team.
The Manor Oaks PTA hosted a wonderful family fitness night at the Manor Oaks School. They invited Lucy B’s “Jump N Fun” fitness to participate in a fun and cardio-packed workout. Both students and their parents learned many different jump roping techniques, as well as playing fun games using jump ropes.
Students at Charles Water Karate & Fitness, located at 122 Hillside Avenue in Williston Park, last week participated in the studio’s 31st Black Belt Graduation. “Our goal at Charles Water’s Karate & Fitness is to facilitate mental growth enabling our students to reach their highest potential as human beings,” says Grandmaster Charles Water, owner and director of the school. “Our studio teaches students how to defend themselves responsibly while instilling self-confidence, self-discipline and respect for others.”
The foundation for character building and success starts at home. The schools and role models that impact your child’s life assist in reinforcing the aspirations that you have for your child’s development and future.
This article is about children who have achieved goal at a young age. There is a different tip every month the tips are Focus, Self Defense, Teamwork, Discipline, Fitness, Coordination, Balance and Confidence. They are in Karatatot which is a unique program offered by Charles Water Karate & Fitness, located at 122 Hillside Avenue in Williston Park, Karatatot is a combination of exercise and karate in a format specifically designed for children ages 4½ and up.
Our congratulations go out once again to the Highlander matmen, this time for their performances at the Locust Valley Invitational Tournament. It was another long day as one has come to expect from such events (6:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. bus-to-bus), but loyal parents and team members keep each other’s spirits up from start to finish, and they were treated to fine performances.
The day began a bit after 9:00 a.m. While coaches Cliff Forziat and Mike Miller were involved in the varsity division seeding meeting, coaches Jake Phillips, Nick Castellano. Leo Kouroupos, and Eric Goldberg were guiding Highlander Second-Man fortunes in their exhibitions. Chris Woska, Jason Liarikos, Mark Holuka, Joe DeVito, Paul Tantillo, and John Vouzonis had two wins apiece. Both Brandon Temperino and Matt “Sticks” Esposito had pin victories.
Although the Herricks District cancelled the 21st Annual Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Second-Man Wrestling Festival, the team was able to host a last-minute replacement event on December 30th (perhaps the birth of an annual Auld Lang Syne Festival). Action was more limited, but grapplers from Wantagh, Chaminade, and Locust Valley joined our lads for a fine morning of spirited mat action in farewell to 2011.
Overall the Highlanders were 11-8 coming out ahead of Wantagh (20-5) and Chaminade (18-15), but bowing to Locust Valley (15-21). Sophomore Chris Woska was 3-0 with two pins and an overtime 12-10 decision. Fellow sophomore Jason Liarikos also had three wins, a pin, an 18-1 technical fall and a decision. Freshman John Vouzonis had two pins and a decision win for three victories of his own. Sophomores Brandon Temperino and Matt Grandelli added victories to the team’s totals.
The 40th Annual Herricks Invitational Wrestling Tournament kicked off the 2011-2012 Highlanders Wrestling competition schedule in style with 16 out of 19 Herricks grapplers winning place awards in a field that included Massapequa and Farmingdale from New York State Section VIII (Nassau County), Chaminade and Fordham Prep (CHSAA), Mahopac and Edgemont (Section I), and Newburgh Free Academy (Section IX). There was plenty of action for everyone with over 450 matches taking place on four mats.
In the Varsity A (Elite) Division three Highlanders took home first-place awards with outstanding performances on the mat. Senior Bill Rynne pinned all three of his opponents to finish on top in the 220 lb. weight class. Junior Andrew Farrell went 5-0 with four pin victories to earn his way into the Champion’s Circle at 120, and sophomore Matt Grandelli took first at 113 with three pins.
Karatatot’s® at Charles Water Karate & Fitness, located at 122 Hillside Avenue in Williston Park, demonstrated courage and self confidence as they competed in their sparring tournament.
Karatatot® is a combination of exercise, karate, discipline, focus, respect, awareness and confidence taught in a format specifically designed for children ages 4½ - 6 years. In a fun-filled and nurturing setting your children learn concentration, discipline, respect, as well as an understanding of self defense at their own level. The results are improved strength, coordination, and flexibility and the self confidence and that we all want for our children. The trophy winners and meda great day.
The KappaSigma fraternity of Adelphi University hosted the Nassau County PAL Special Needs Unit’s Flag Football team for a game on Monday night, November 28. It was the last game of the fall season for the PAL team.
The weather was crisp and clear, the lights were bright and the turf was perfect. With their offence and defense playing for keeps, the 18 athletes held their own against a very fast fraternity team. The game was a seesaw battle and was tied at 19-all when, with only 56 seconds left, a long run off a handoff put the PAL team up by 6.
Students at Charles Water Karate & Fitness, located at 122 Hillside Avenue in Williston Park, have received belt promotions after successfully completing a series of extensive exams.
“Our goal at Charles Water’s Karate & Fitness is to facilitate mental growth enabling our students to reach their highest potential as human beings,” says Mr. Charles Water owner and director of the school. Our studio teaches students how to defend themselves responsibly while instilling self-confidence, self-discipline and respect for others.”
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