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Merillon Athletic Association: June 5, 2009

Thursday, 04 June 2009 14:10

Girls Farms
May 26
All County Business Solutions “Blue Angels” Vs. Stutzmann Funeral Home “Racers”

The Blue Angels took to the field against the tough Racers. The Angel’s bats were ringing with the sound of hits, led by Sophia Leeds 6H,2R, 2RBI’s, Amanda Garcia 5H, 2R, 1RBI, Jackie Courtesis 4H,1R, 1RBI, & Brianna Kerrane 4H, 1R, 2RBI’s. Speedy Claire O’ Regan beat out the play for 3H and 2 RBI’s. Michela Guira made her at bats count with 2H, scoring a run and driving one home. Joanna Vissichelli used her time at the plate to move a runner into scoring position. Team vets Jackie Courtesis & Sophia Leeds were outstanding in the field, with the duo recording 2 double plays, Jackie was a part of 8 outs and Sophia 11. Amanda, Brianna, Claire, Joanna, & Michela are also doing a fine job learning to field their positions and attempting to make the outs.

 

Wildcats Soccer Roundup

Thursday, 28 May 2009 16:04

Girls U10 - NHP Tornado Tigers at Ramapo
Valley Memorial Day Tournament


What a great day of soccer for the New Hyde Park Tornado Tigers. They played 4 games against some very good teams and finished with a win, a loss and two tie games. After losing to a strong team from Levittown in the opening game the Tornado Tigers tied the host team 1 to 1.

Mariella Facibene played terrific in goal. Maggie Donnelly scored the goal for the tie on an excellent corner kick by Kimberly Keblish. Jennifer Morrone played a strong game on offense. The third game was against the top team in the bracket, Lady Vikings from New Jersey.

 

Merillon Athletic Association: May 22, 2009

Thursday, 21 May 2009 17:09

Girls Farms
May 12
All County Business Solutions     “Blue Angels”
Vs. Bagels and a Whole lot more “Wildcats”

The Blue Angels took on the always-tough Wildcats for a well-matched game. The offensive charge was led by Jackie Courtesis 4H, 1R, 1RBI, Sophia Leeds 4H, 2R, 1RBI, Amanda Garcia 3H, 1R, 2RBI, Brianna Kerrane 3H, 1R, 1RBI & Joanna Vissichelli 3 H 1R. Even though Gia Maniaci tallied 1 hit, she hit the ball very well each time she was at the plate and really made the other team work to get the out. Katie Fitzgerald, Tori Kaiser, & Claire O’Regan banged out 2 hits a piece, with Tori driving in a run. Michela Guira took some good cuts at the plate and tried her best. In the field the Angels continue to shine, with Joanna Vissichelli making the play of the game with a caught pop fly and stepping on 3rd base for a double play. The duo of Gia Maniaci at P & Sophia Leeds 1B combined for 3 put outs with Sophia making a total of 8 outs during the game. Jackie Courtesis at 3rd base caught a pop fly for an out and Amanda Garcia made a nice heads up play to catch a runner heading home. All the girls are doing great, trying their best, and really coming together as a team.

 

Wildcats Soccer Roundup: May 22, 2009

Thursday, 21 May 2009 17:04

TOPSOCCER

The seniors were awesome! Dominating the veterans from the first whistle, the only thing that eluded them was finding the net. Numerous shots had the goalie reeling but Jay managed to keep all the shots out of the net in the 1st half. Debbie Chin made the goalie’s job a breeze by stopping all attacks and not allowing one shot on goal the entire period. The players honed in on their passing skills and moved the ball much more effectively in the second half, culminating in goals by Robert Vittiglio, Adam Strominger and Stefani Egre. The lone score for the veterans came just before the final whistle off Rich’s knee. The juniors were a lot closer, ending in a 4-4 tie. The Red Hot Apples had goals from Harrison Stein (2), Sam Duggan and Christopher Cooney. Tristan Yang had great passes and Andrea Cellucci was the star defender. The Super Grovers came back with goals by Nelson Molina (2), Josh Birnbaum and Nick Mininson. Charlie Hinz made 2 outstanding saves in goal and Josh Hom was the rock-solid defender. No practice next week but we’re back on May 30th. Rich Bletsch, Director

 

Wildcats Soccer Roundup

Friday, 15 May 2009 09:49

ANNOUNCEMENTS:
TRYOUTS - GIRLS Ull SOCCER:

The New Hyde Park Lady Lynx U11(Current) Girls Soccer Team will be holding tryouts on May 26 and 28 from 5:30 PM until 7:00PM at the Garden City Park School located at 51 Central Ave NHP NY 11040. Interested players, all positions, looking for a competitive D1 LIJSL team moving to U12 and 11v11 next fall, should be at the field at 5:30 PM with shin guards and ball ready to play. All players must be born on or after August 1, 1997.

TOPSOCCER

The overcast skies did not dampen the spirits of the TOPSoccer players and this week had some unprecedented events. Never before had both games ended in a tie with the same identical score of 4-4! The seniors got off to a slow start against the Veterans (coaches and parents) and were trailing at half-time, 2-1. However, they rested up and came out strong with some great teamwork and super passing. Stefani Egre and Andrea Matteo each scored once but it was Sammy Ho who rose to the occasion and blasted home a pair of goals. The Veterans had one goal by Stan and 2 by Darren but the goal which kept the Veterans in the contest was a huge shot from midfield by James past a startled goalie to keep the game within reach.

 

Merillon Athletic Association

Friday, 15 May 2009 09:37

Lower Farms
May 5
New Hyde Park Funeral Home “Cardinals”
Vs. Dominick’s Italian & American Deli “Marlins”

Despite the rain and a trimmed-down roster, the mighty Cardinals displayed spectacular fielding as well as patience at the plate against a very good Marlins team this evening Anthony Pitre and Christopher Delgiorno not only exhibited impressive power with four singles each, they both contributed defensively by turning spectacular double plays. Scott Schanter hit 2 singles and scored a run while Thomas Mangin hit 2 singles and made a tremendous play in the infield to end the threat of a huge Marlin rally. Ryan Cooney played solid defense by turning a double play of his own while Dylan Schmid once again flashed the leather in the outfield.

 

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