Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano opened Cantiague Park’s indoor ice skating rink after a significant renovation project, which was completed Sept. 25. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was followed by a free two-hour skating session hosted by the County to kick off the winter skating season.
During the summer, the County began the major renovation project at Cantiague’s rink that includes the installation of new boards and glass partitions, enhanced lighting, a new coat of paint for the stands and an improved drainage system.
For the second year in a row, the Herricks Homecoming was held at the back end parking lot of the Herricks Community Center. The celebration held “something for everyone” including the students in the lower grades with a repeat of all several bouncy castles.
Instead of floats, the various classes made banners and displayed them on the stage at various times during the festivities.
The rangers took on the brewers on a beautiful Saturday morning. The Rangers had another offensive hitting attack scoring 3 runs in the first inning, 4 in the 3rd and 5 in the 6th. Bailey Lee went 1-3 with a hard single, Franco Dililta went 3 for 3 with a double and three runs scored while William Lentini was 2 for 3 with two runs scored and two excellent defensive plays at second base and a nice play in center field keeping the ball in front of him and hitting the cut off man with the throw. Jake Glueck went 3 for 3 with 3 runs scored and 3 rbis and a nice defensive play at shortstop tagging a runner who overran second base, while Ian Meyer was the defensive wizard today with two great diving catches at shortstop and a nice play at first base while going 3 for 3 at the plate with 2 runs scored and 3 rbis. Jared Puntus was 2 for 3 with a grand slam home run and a single, and Anthony Robayo was 3 for 3 with a run scored. Ben Goodwin was 1 for 3 with a big single in the 6th inning to keep the rally going while Eli Goodwin hit as rocket up the first base line that would have been a sure double but for a great defensive play by the first baseman. Matthew Farkas was 1 for 2 with a hard single and was excellent at catcher. Alfred Squicciario was 1 for 3 with a single and Charles Linden was excellent at catcher making several nice stops and while playing third base made a nice play to force a runner. Each week the boys are getting better and better.
William Lentini was 5 for 6 with 4 runs scored and 2 RBIs he also made a great play at second base to force a runner. Bailey Lee was 5 for 6 with 4 runs scored and 2 RBIs and made a fine catch on a pop up to the pitcher’s mound. Anthony Robayo was 2 for 6 with a single, double and 3 rbis. Alfred Squicciarino was 1 for 4 with a big two run single in the 2nd inning. Frank Dimilta was 5 for 6 with 3 doubles two singles and 5 RBIs. Jake Glueck was 5 for 6 with 4 doubles and 6 RBIs. Jake also made several outstanding plays at first base and short stop.
The New Hyde Park Little League held its Annual Sports Award Breakfast at the Inn at New Hyde Park.
The setting alone in this gorgeous venue is enough to make you happy for the day, with the beautiful flowers as you enter and throughout and just the overall bright and happy look of the entire place.
The large dining room, where the event was held, quickly filled up with happy and eager New Hyde Park Little Leaguers, most in uniform, happy to attend and claim a trophy.
The Merillon fall season began with a solemn moment of silence for the heroes of 9/11. The Brewers bats were inspired by the opening day tribute. The offense was powered by Darren Yang with 4 RBI’s, both Justin Yang and Cenzo Montoni with 2 RBI’s each and single RBI’s by Abidin Dauti, Paul DePaulis, Anthony DeVito, Daniel Mattei and Christian Zamora. The defense was also sharp with plays by Matthew Merolla at first and third, Daniel Goldberg at first, Cole LaRock at second and Matthew Strocchia in centerfield. The power awards go to Darren Yang, Matthew Merolla, Abidin Dauti and Daniel Mattei who hit hard doubles to left field. The gold glove awards go to Anthony DeVito, Cenzo Montoni, Justin Yang and Cole LaRock. The hustle awards go to Paul DePaulis, Matthew Strocchia, Christian Zamora and Daniel Goldberg.
Thanks to coach Joe Renta, the Merillon Girls 12U Sharks had a great summer playing in the Williamsport Tournament, Floral Park Tournament as well as the “First Annual Merillon Softball Classic” held at our facility. Renta said, “I wish to thank the entire team and parents for a job well done and showing tremendous support throughout the summer. I also want to thank Pat Rossello for helping me out during the summer, running the team and making my job easier. All of the players showed great ability and I am so proud of them. In fact we even had a “triple play” during one of the tournaments which is a remarkable accomplishment. The Merillon AA is proud of the girls program and we are hoping we can get more girls to play softball with us. Merillon AA is committed to the girls program, and I thank them for that. May everybody enjoy the rest of the summer and I will see you next year.”
The NY Mets are honoring the NHPLL Girls Minors Eastern Regional Champs on Monday, Sept. 13th before their 7 p.m. game against the Pittsburgh Pirates at CitiField. NHPLL would like to have a nice turnout from our league at this game to support the girls and celebrate our league. All are welcome.
The NHPLL girls will be on the field for batting practice and hopefully may be on the diamond vision too. The girls will be wearing their uniforms, medals, and will carry their championship banners and trophy, and will hopefully be interacting with some players also if all goes well.
Music to Our Ears at the Roger Fay Williston Park Pool. Recently, the pool held its first Karaoke Night. Members sang the night away while splashing around in the pool.
Future events at the pool to look forward to are: Family Fun Night on August 13 from 7 to 10 p.m. Come down for a night of swimming and dancing with music by DJ Griffin! Regular guest rates apply.
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