News From the LPOA
The Levittown Property Owners Association (LPOA) met on Feb. 10 with President Jim Morrow presiding. The situation at the North Village Green continues to claim our attention. The adjacent neighbors are compelled to view indefinitely the half-demolished structure where the St. Thomas Malankara Orthodox Church seeks to erect a church.
Red Cross Welcomes Homes Soldiers from Iraq
The 800th Military Police Brigade Reunited With Loved Ones
Island Trees Wrestling Wins County Title
The Island Trees Wrestling team won their first county championship since 1984, defeating Plainedge 36-13 in the final. The Bulldogs defeated Jericho 49-21 in the 1st round. In the quarterfinals, the team defeated Clarke 49-20. In a rematch of an earlier league match the Bulldogs defeated Bethpage 31-24 to advance to the final. In the final, Plainedge came in as the favorite. Plainedge defeated the Bulldogs 29-22 in a highly competitive match two weeks earlier. In the final, the Bulldogs got on the board first when Joe Cusker defeated his opponent 11-7. After three straight losses, sophomore Dan Eberlein got the Bulldogs started with a 7-6 decision at 130 lbs. The Bulldogs then recorded back to back pins at 125 and 140 lbs. by Tom Cipley and Kevin Cusker. Kevin avenged 2 earlier season losses to his opponent, pinning him with a body lock in the 3rd. Senior Shawn VanHouten then recorded a 7-2 decision at 145. After junior Mike Cama defeated his highly regarded opponent 2-1, the Bulldogs had a 24-9 lead. The match was sealed by freshman Ever Reyes Perez who used a late takedown and back points to defeat his opponent 11-7. Senior Anthony Vecchione defeated his opponent 8-4 to give the Bulldogs a 30-12 lead going into the last match. Senior Greg Schwab punctuated the win by pinning his opponent with a huge body lock in the 1st period. The team would like to thank all the fans for all their continued support. Congratulations to the seniors who will be leaving this year - Tom Carroll, Anthony Vecchione, Kevin Cusker, Shawn VanHouten and Greg Schwab.
MacArthur Wrestling Wins Eighth Consecutive Nassau County Title
The MacArthur Generals won the Nassau County Championships this past weekend. This was the Generals' fourth straight year of sweeping the Dual Meet Championship and the Nassau County Tournament. MacArthur squeezed by Nassau powerhouses Long Beach, Massapequa and East Meadow High Schools to win the crown.
From the Desk of Legislator Dennis Dunne