If ever there was one, this was a victory to be savored.
The MacArthur Lady Generals (18-2) recently earned their first New York State title in school history with a 1-0 win over the Arlington Lady Admirals.
Senior forward Jill Mulholland, playing in her final match as a member of the Lady Generals, scored the lone goal of the contest in the 12th minute of the first half to seal the victory. Mulholland, who will be playing soccer for the Hofstra Pride next year, finished No. 5 in Nassau County this season with 27 points and No. 8 in goals (17).
Island Trees High School held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of its brand new, state-of-the-art wrestling room. The new wrestling facility, which was formerly a weight room, received a complete makeover over the summer. The room comes complete with new wrestling mats on the floor, pads on the walls, a fresh paint job, a public-address sound system and a big-screen television to view practice tapes. The room has also been dedicated to Ted Maurice Petersen, a New York State Wrestling Hall of Famer who passed away in 1989. Petersen taught and coached wrestling in the Island Trees School District for 30 years, serving 27 of those years as the varsity coach.
In that span, his wrestling teams compiled a record of 325 wins, 70 losses and four ties. Under Petersen’s watch, Island Trees won the Nassau County team championship three times, in 1976, 1977 and 1984. The school had 28 individual Nassau County champions and six New York state champions with Petersen at the helm.
Senior forward Kevin Roach opened the scoring on a putback and guards Gerard Cunningham and Tyler Eppich followed with consecutive three-pointers as the MacArthur boys basketball team eventually opened a 10-0 lead en route to a 55-38 win over Island Trees in the finals of the Jeff Shaw Memorial Basketball Tournament on Friday, Dec. 9.
Roach, who is being recruited by Division III Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA, finished with a game-high 20 points and was named tournament MVP. He fell three points shy of matching his career high, which came at Port Washington last season. It marked the third time Roach has reached the 20-point plateau in his four-year varsity career. He also netted 20 points as a freshman against Syosset.
The Island Trees Wrestling team opened up their season with an impressive showing at the Uniondale Tournament, finishing in second place with 264 team points. The Bulldogs started out hot, wrestling tough through the first two rounds, as they took an early lead in the tournament.
The Bulldogs sent 22 wrestlers into the tournament and 10 placed. Island Trees had five finalists and one champion, Brandon Cassar. Brandon won the 170 lb. weight class and went 4-0 on the day.
The Levittown Predators, U18 Boys Soccer Team won the Premier Division on Sunday, Dec. 4, going undefeated with three shutout wins and a dramatic overtime win for the championship! They were led by Coach Dayna Pelini-Mandolese.
After multiple season attempts, the Levittown New Yorkers claimed the 2011 MABL Division A Championships. In game one, the New Yorkers stepped up and scored two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to secure a 3-1 win.
The team’s ace pitcher, Pete Abrami, shut down the Long Island Dodgers allowing one unearned run on three hits with an appealing eight strikeouts. Game two hindered the celebrations with a devastating 2-15 loss.
Congratulations to the 2011 Red Devil Senior Football team winning the Superbowl against East Meadow (28-6) hosted in Copiague. Under the coaching staff of Dennis Machado, Coach Neil and Mike Broschardt team members: Derrick Blount, Justin Broschardt, Dominick Cassese, Brandon Condon, Donovan Condon, Carlos Correa, Robert Englander, Bobby Garofalo, Luke Hall, Hernandez, Laport, Diego Leonzo, Anthony Lopes, Zack Mojica, Matt Roberts, Alan Stein and Vincent Thron brought the 2011 football season to a victorious end after winning the last four games and bringing the Superbowl trophy home to Levittown.
The eighth grade girls soccer team wrapped up their season with a huge accomplishment – finishing undefeated. The girls really stepped up their game on Thursday beating the undefeated Salk team 5-0. The Lady Bulldogs’ tough defense kept the opponents to eight goals for the entire season, while their amazing offense finished with 33 goals. It was truly amazing to watch such incredible cohesiveness between 21 players that each had a huge impact on the team’s success. From start to finish the girls worked together and proved they could reach the top. The talent, hard work and positive attitude was contagious among every player.
Mark Cox, chief development officer of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island (BBBSLI), of Westbury, along with Garden City residents William Whicher, President’s Council member for BBBSLI, and Michael Mone, BBBSLI supporter, ran the ING NYC Marathon on Sunday, Nov. 6 for charity, benefiting BBBSLI.
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.
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