On July 19th the Merillon Boys won the District 28 Championship, for the third year in a row, in Port Washington against a very tough Port Washington team.
Jake Kennedy was the starting pitcher and he turned in a beauty with a complete game no-hitter in the 2-0 victory. It was Jakes 2nd no-hitter of the tournament. The team known for their defense did not disappoint with some great plays in the field.
The Merillon Boys 10U team won the District Championship. The boys are Phillip Schiffilliti, Casey Donahue, Louis Mangia, Anthony Pitre, Anthony Carbone, Joe Jacobs, Connor Wong, Andrew Imporatore, Dominick Picirillo, George Vlantis, Anthony DePompeis, with coaches Bobby Donohue, Andy Imperatoe and Joe Carbone.
On July 12, North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center, a leading non-profit children’s mental health agency on Long Island, hosted the annual Jonathan Krevat Memorial Golf Classic at Engineers Country Club. The event, chaired by Paul Vitale, board member, and Jack Bransfield, raised over $55,000 for the Guidance Center.
The 9/10 Girls from NHPLL finished an impressive 4 game sweep to take the District 29 Championship! NHPLL won all 4 games by the 10 run rule and won the 4 games by a combined score of 41-1. In the championship game NHPLL beat Floral Park 10-0 behind an impressive pitching performance by Melissa Ward. Melissa struck out 8 in 4 innings allowing just one hit. Melissa also singled in the first run to give NHPLL the lead.
It was a great game played by both sides. Offensive stars for the Braves were Stephen DeRocchis and Alfred Squicciarino with 4 hits each. Ryan Wasserman, Duhan Lee, Matthew Farkas and Erik Lyngstad-Hughes had 3 hits each. Christian Sikiric contributed with 3 runs scored. Great plays in the field by Kenny Hirschfeld and Nicholas Ungania. All the other boys contributed to a great team effort. Great sportsmanship was shown by both teams.
The New Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce held a very successful run recently to benefit the Ronald McDonald House in spite of the brutal, hot steamy weather.
The race was held in honor of Katie McBride, a delightful little 10-year-old who was stricken with a rare and aggressive childhood cancer. By the time it was discovered, on the weekend of Memorial Day, 2007, it had already spread throughout her body. She was admitted to Schneider Children’s Hospital where over the next four months she endured surgeries, chemo, endless tests and medications which caused a host of side effects.
The Krug Insurance team played their last game of the season against the NHP Elks Club. They can look back at all of the great lessons they learned this season- working together as a team; supporting their fellow players; doing their best in playing the game; and most importantly, having fun.
The NHP Wildcats Soccer Club, in it’s continuing partnership with the MLS NY Red Bulls will be offering a Summer Soccer Camp the week of July 5th through July 9th at Tully Park in New Hyde Park. Both half and full day sessions will be offered for soccer campers between the ages of 5 and 14.For more information visit the club website at www.nhpwildcats.org and select the tab for Camp Registration.
Salmon Limousine Services Rays 8 vs. Iron Horse Transport Blue Jays 5
The Rays opened their playoff run with a convincing 8-5 victory over the battling Blue Jays. This was a total team effort, and each and every team member helped the Rays win the game. Pitching was huge, with Jordan Greiff and Jacob Seidenberg pitching 3 dominant innings apiece, each with an abundance of strikeouts. Hitting stars came from up and down the lineup, with key hits and RBIs by Jordan Greiff (1 RBI and multiple hits), Matt O’Connor (momentous 2-out, 2-RBI double in the 1st inning), Jack Tucker (1 RBI double), Brian Volk (game changing 2 RBI double with the bases loaded and the Rays clinging to a 3-2 lead) and Ryan Hodes (who followed Brian’s big hit with a huge hit of his own, knocking in 2 more runs). Excellent defense was also displayed all over the field, with special mention to Jared Schwartz who, while playing 3B, teamed with Brian Volk to nail a stealing runner at third in the 6th inning, squelching a late rally. Other defensive gems were turned in by Michael Telsey (great catch of pop-up with the sun in his eyes), Joey Jacobs, Jordan Greiff (stabbing hot shots while pitching), Jacob Seidenberg (great pick at 3B and throw to 1B for an out), Jared Hodes and Karan Thadhani. Next stop for the Rays - Championship Saturday!
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