The Girls U10 Wildcats soccer team prevailed on June 2 in the Eastern New York Upper 90 State Cup Tournament. The tournament commenced on Mother’s Day, with the Wildcats traveling to White Plains and culminated in an early morning finals played at Stringham Park, upstate, in LaGrange.
In the final game, the Wildcats held the lead through both halves and emerged victorious in the month long tournament. The Wildcats would like to thank their coaches for all of their hard work and dedication. Follow the Levittown Wildcats on Facebook.
Town Supervisor Kate Murray recently hosted Levittown P.A.L “Lacrosse Day” ceremonies honoring Levittown lacrosse founders (front, left to right) Norman A. Murray, Bill Mueller and Coach Dolph Queripel who represented the late Al Lucas. Also attending the “Lacrosse Day” festivities were Michael Quinn, Assemblyman Dave McDonough, Levittown Community Council President Kevin Regan, Legislator Dennis Dunne, Senator Kemp Hannon and P.A.L. Lacrosse Director Michael Nelson.
Senior pitcher Anthony Semonella at Division Avenue High School has received a scholarship from the University of Bridgeport and has signed a National Letter of Intent to play baseball at the collegiate level. He was joined by parents Donna and Ralph Semonella, Principal Dr. Francesco Ianni, Physical Education Chairperson Mauro Chiti and varsity baseball coach Tom Tuttle as he signed a letter confirming his acceptance to the university’s athletic program.
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St. Thomas Aquinas College freshman Robert Naughton, of Levittown, has made his impact known in the NCAA Baseball East Coast Conference. Naughton started out his 2013 campaign not allowing an earned run in the first 19 innings he pitched.
At completion of his first season Naughton pitched 58 innings compiling a record of 6-1, leading the East Coast Athletic Conference with an era of 1.54.
MacArthur Generals varsity baseball team is the winner of the Conference AA-III championship with a record of 15 wins and 2 losses, giving the team the No. 1 seed in the Nassau County playoffs. This is the Generals’ 16th conference championship in the past 20 seasons.
Anthony DeNunzio, a student at MacArthur High School, has signed a National Letter of Intent to play football at LIU Post this fall. Coach Bobby Fehrenbach, parents Frank and Cathy DeNunzio and sister Gabby, also a MacArthur High School athlete, looked on while DeNunzio signed on the proverbial dotted line, which will allow him to play football at the collegiate level. Also joined by District Athletic Director Keith Snyder, Assistant Principal Joseph Sheehan and Principal Kathleen Valentino.
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Alyssa Mustafa - Triple Jump
Alexa Dolgos - 400m
Alyssa Mustafa - Long Jump
The Island Trees Lady Bulldogs girls’ softball team rallied from a 6-1 deficit to win 11-6 against Plainedge and captured the Nassau County Championship at Mitchel Field on May 23. The team goes onto to the Long Island Championship against the Suffolk County champion on June 4, at 3 p.m. at St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue.
On a beautiful Tuesday afternoon, Frank DeNunzio sat in the bleachers and watched as his son Anthony prepared to bat for the MacArthur Generals. He closed his eyes for a second and was transported back in time to 1981, and for a brief moment he remembered that once-in-a-lifetime feeling of being a member of the Generals Nassau County Championship baseball team. Suddenly, the crack of the bat jolted his eyes open and he watched his son successfully rip his third hit of the game.
Seaford High School’s Varsity Football Team has a long tradition of success on the playing field, but its service off the gridiron also won praise from the Nassau County High School Football Coaches Association (NCHSFCA) this year. The Conference IV regular season undefeated champions and New York State Scholar Athlete team was awarded the first-ever Community Service Award from the organization during the NCHSFCA Grid Iron Dinner.
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