Baseball, Softball, Tennis, Bowling, Golf and Lacrosse
Levittown PAL announces that summer registration will be held at their office, located at 64 Division Avenue in Levittown, on the following dates and times:
Saturday, May 10 at 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday, May 13, at 6:30 to 8 p.m.
The following sports are available during the summer sessions:
Coed (ages 6-14 yrs.)
Divisions: (6,7) (8,9) (10,11) and (12,13,14)
Girls (ages 8-14 yrs.)
Divisions: (8,9) (10,11) and (12,13,14)
Coed (ages 5-19 yrs.)
Divisions: Bumpers, Bantams, Juniors, Seniors
Sessions: Friday, Saturday, and a Teen Scholarship program on Wednesday Evenings
Coed (ages 5-19 yrs.)
Divisions: Bumpers, Bantams, Juniors, Seniors
Sessions: Friday afternoons, Saturday morning and a Teen Scholarship program on Friday evenings
Golf**: Season: July-August
Summer Sessions: Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
**There are still openings for Spring Golf, which starts the second week in May. Sessions will be held on Saturday or Sunday at the Lido Beach Golf Course.
*The Levittown PAL Lacrosse directors are finalizing plans for the boys and girls lacrosse camps to be held in Levittown this summer. Watch the Tribune for information regarding these programs that will be announced shortly. Any and all questions about PAL programs should be directed to the PAL office at 579-7999 between the hours of 11 a.m. - 3 p.m., Monday through Friday.
May 3 and 4 Results
3rd and 4th Grade: Levittown (13), Bellmore (8)
The 3rd and 4th grade girls PAL Lacrosse team won another game on Sunday, May 4 against Bellmore PAL. Levittown took control of the game early on and maintained a four to five point lead throughout the second half. Caitlyn Cooksey played in goal and had another outstanding game for her team. Leading the scoring was Kayla Sheldrick who had four goals and Christina Rea who added three goals. Emily Hanifan and Chrissy Schreiber each scored two more for Levittown. Kelsey Hanifan and Chrissy Schreiber each scored two more for Levittown. Kelsey Riegel and Jenna Rothar also contributed to Levittown's lead by playing great on offense and scoring one goal each. Katie Alloca played very well throughout the entire game. The coaches would like to congratulate the 3rd and 4th grade girls once again for a job well done.
Chrissy Schreiber earned the game ball for being the outstanding player of the game.
5th Grade: Levittown (3), Manhasset (8)
The 5th grade girls lacrosse team played another strong team this week against Manhasset. Playing center for the first half was Candice Noakes who won most of the draws for Levittown and scored the first goal of the game. Nicole Cooksey, Amanda Cappa, Dana Colella, Emily Pickering and Brandi Faherty played hard against their tough competitors. Ashley Forrest made four great saves in the goal. Samantha Shatarah, Emily Tuohy, Meghan Leap, Noelle Sanicola, Caitlyn Huges, and Nicole McKee played great defense by keeping the game close at 4-1 after the first half.
Noelle Sanicola made four great saves in the second half, helping Levittown stay in the game. The game started to get exciting when Levittown's Kelly Leap scored two goals back to back. Although Manhasset won the game by five, the Levittown girls fought hard and worked well as a team throughout the entire game. The coaches would like to congratulate them and let them know that practice really does make a difference!
5th Grade: April 27 Levittown (5), Lynbrook (4)
The boys' fifth grade lacrosse team had their third straight win against a tough Lynbrook PAL team. The game was an all-out team effort. Midfielders Dan Bartlett and Fred Mase won most of the face-offs to take control of the game. Other midfielders, Tim Michels (1 assist), Bryan Verbitsky (1 goal), Patrick Barber (1goal), Anthony Ciamitaro, Tyler Smillie, Tom Szabo, Cory Triola, Brandon Mayes and Josh Barry played a solid game on both ends of the field. In the second half, attackman Tommy Duggan (1 goal, 1 assist) tied the game (4 - 4) with a spectacular facedodge to the cage. The defense led by goalie Matt Cronin (10 saves) and players Ryan Braithwaite, Peter Thearle, Joe Costable and James Collins shut out Lynbrook's offense by allowing only four shots and zero goals. Dean Knox (2 goals) scored the game winner when he intercepted a pass from the Lynbrook goalie and slammed it in the back of the net. Great job boys!
5th Grade: May 4 Levittown (1), Seaford (5)
It was a tough day for the boys as they lost their first game against a well-experienced Seaford PAL team. Cory Triola scored the only goal for Levittown on a great upfield pass from Dan Bartlett. The defense was solid with Matt Cronin in the net (12 saves) and James Collins on crease defense who made some great stops against Seaford's fast breaks for the goal. The fifth-graders gave it their all but came up short in the end with the final score of 5-1. They will play this Saturday, May 10 at MacArthur High School against Oceanside PAL at noon. Come down and show your support for our team!
5th and 6th Grade: Levittown (2), Opponent* (2)
Levittown played well against a tough defensive team playing to a 2-2 tie. Tommy "the brick wall" Bruno made 13 saves and had 13 clears which gave him one assist. Defensive player Cody Occhini picked up four ground balls and Matt Giame grabbed two ground balls, made a few fast break clears and had some impressive hits. Sean Kelley (4 ground balls) and Timmy Whitlock (9 ground balls) also played a great defensive game.
For the offense, Greg Linsalata (1 goal, 2 ground balls), Rob Giorlando (4 ground balls), Keirin Garvey (4 ground balls), Chris Dour (2 ground balls), Mike McQuillan (2 ground balls), Kyle Ford and Jeremy Ball all played well on both sides. The attackman, Tom Barbieri, Joe Gombar, Justin Benty, Tyler Hastings, Scott Burack and Steve Cangelosi all contributed many great shots on goal and scooped a lot of ground balls for their team.
Once again, the coaches are proud of the boys' effort and sportsmanship and with their continued hard work they will prove to be accomplished lacrosse players.
6th Grade: Levittown (4), Cold Spring Harbor (0)
The sixth grade Tomahawks played Cold Spring Harbor PAL on Sunday, May 4 and remain unbeaten this season. Goalie Joe Hornkow recorded his first shut out and made 12 saves, including a few great pointblank saves. Attackman Chris Nasiatka led the scoring with one goal and two assists with Kevin Fechtmann and Austin Policastro each having an assist. Kevin Catalano led the midfielders with a goal and an assist. John Thearle and John Howard also contributed to the game by scoring one goal each.
The defensive coach for Levittown, Tom Nasiatka led the defenseman to play another outstanding game. Chris Celentani, Ryan Sica, Anthony Ciarviho did not give Cold Spring Harbor much room to work. Ryan Tolan, Ryan Phillips and Kyle Perkins worked hard shutting the attack down. The hustle of Thomas D'Argenio and Thomas Byrnes gave them five ground balls each. Stephen Barea had the hit of the game and continued to give it his all. The sixth-graders are working hard and their play has been impressive. Congratulations to Joey Hornkow and the entire team for their first shutout.