On October 20, Nassau Community College hosted their 3rd Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Expo & 1-Mile Walk.
The event consisted of familiar faces including those from the Marketing, Health, Physical Education and Recreation areas, dedicated alumni, current students, athletic teams and The Nassau Community College Foundation.
Just three days after the MacArthur Lady Generals captured their first Nassau County title in school history, they became the 2011 Long Island Class AA girls’ soccer champions with a 1-0 win over Ward Melville.
MacArthur’s whirlwind week began Nov. 9 with a convincing 3-0 victory over the No. 9-seeded Calhoun Lady Colts (16-1-2) in the Nassau County Class AA Championship Match.
The Levittown Swim Team, consisting of girls from both Division Avenue and MacArthur High School received the title of All-Conference 2011 with a record of 8-1. Coach Colleen “Sharkey” Lang is in her second year of coaching the girls and boys swim team. This is a great accomplishment for these girls and they are very excited to share this with Levittown. The girls on the team are Kristin A, Allison B, Mary Kate B, Diana G, Jessica G, Gabriella G, Brooke H, Ashley H, Ryan K, Danielle K, Jacklyn M, Erin M, Kelsey M, Maryellen M, Jillian M, Brianna M, Nicole N, Dierdre O, Hope O, Samantha P, Geena P, Lydia P, Danielle P, Kimberly R, Heather R, Mira S, Rita S, Libbie S, Danielle T, Taylor V, Katherine V, Vanessa W, and for the first time Levittown Swim Team has a diver.
Town Supervisor Kate Murray and Councilman Gary Hudes present an official Town of Hempstead congratulatory sign to Levittown Athletic Club Slammer 16 Under Girls Softball team for being named 2011 Metro New York State Champions, 2011 Mid Atlantic Regional Champions and a 2011 World Series participant in Babe Ruth Softball in Lamar, Colorado. The presentation was made at a special ceremony held at Azalea Road Park in Levittown.
The gridiron wasn’t as frozen as Green Bay’s Lambeau Field. The weather wasn’t as dreadful as it was for George Washington’s troops at Valley Forge. However, in wet snowy weather and under slushy field conditions, the MacArthur Generals (7-1) found a way to endure Mother Nature’s wrath and leave Port Washington with a 50-6 annihilation of the Vikings (0-8) in their rearview mirror. It was MacArthur’s seventh consecutive win.
Generals RB Brett Ellers led the way to victory from MacArthur’s opening drive. He and QB Gerard Cunningham marched their team 62 yards before Ellers capped the drive with an 11-yard TD run. Ellers scored on each of MacArthur’s first three possessions in the first quarter with TD runs of 11, 4 and 17 yards and also contributed three successful two-point conversion runs.
On Friday, Oct. 21, the Division Avenue Girls’ Varsity Soccer Team clinched the Nassau County Conference 1 Title. The Blue Dragons finished the regular season with a 11-0-3 record. This is the first time in program history that the girls have won four consecutive conference titles. It is also the first time in program history that the Lady Dragons were seeded #1 for the county playoffs.
Congratulations to the GU-13 Levittown Rockets on going undefeated in the East Islip Fall Classic Soccer Tournament during Columbus Day weekend. Coach Mike, Coach Brian, and all of the parents are very proud of the girls’ efforts, accomplishments and sportsmanship. The Rockets are: Back row: Anita Wittner, Sarah Andreski, Holly Jelinek, Hope Blanc, Kelly Conigliaro, Gabrielle Mass, Emily Gizzo, and Jordan Nastazio. Front row: Alyssa Williams, Brittany Voboril, Bianca Mutone, Christie Bott, and Emily Castaldo.
Dennis Dunne Sr., Mark Bonilla, Don Clavin, Kate Murray, Kevin Reagen, executive director for the Levittown-Island Trees Youth Council, Deana Walsh, coach for the Red Devils Chair Leading Team and the Red Devils Chair Leading Team were some in attendance at the recent annual Levittown Red Devils Football Parade.
The Island Trees JV Football team continued with their winning ways and demolished the Valley Stream North Spartans 30-8. It was the first ever JV football night game and the Bulldogs would shine bright under the lights. From the start the Bulldogs dismantled and ravaged the Spartans. The Bulldogs defense would stop Valley Stream right away and get the ball and immediately score. Dan Connelly would score the first touchdown of the game and Brian Eletti scored on the 2-point conversion. Dan Connelly had an amazing game. He scored the next touchdown and again Eletti would score on the 2pt conversion. Connelly recorded an interception in the second half. Rich Wisor would score on a touchdown pass from Brian Eletti right before the half to put the Bulldogs up 22-0.
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