Mother Nature must be a fan of Seaford baseball. Despite a gloomy forecast and incessant rain in preceding days, the skies cleared and the sun came out just in time for the Eighth Annual Seaford Varsity Alumni Baseball game held earlier this summer. Before a big crowd of family, alumni, teachers, and friends at Seaman’s Neck Park, Seaford’s “old-timers” once again took the field against a group of recently graduated Vikings’ ballplayers, the “young guys.”
The Seaford Varsity Alumni Baseball Club, organized and managed by Perry Vitucci, class of 1982, consists of former Seaford High School varsity baseball players who come together each year for the event in order to raise money for the program they participated in years ago. Funds have been used to purchase an outfield homerun fence for the varsity field and have provided over $2,000 in scholarship awards for graduating seniors on the baseball team.
Individuals who haven’t surfed in years due to spinal cord injuries, that left them paralyzed, will be able to get on to surfboards at Long Beach thanks to an organization called Wheels2Water. Dozens of volunteers are needed to help paralyzed surfers out of their wheelchairs and on to specially designed surfboards. The Wheels2Water event takes place starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 17 at Lincoln Blvd. in Long Beach. Interested volunteers should contact Anthony Testaverde at (516) 729-1061 or click on Events at www.TestaverdeFund.org.
The Island Trees High School Boys Varsity Soccer Team will host its 4th annual Fall Cup the weekend of September 9. Coach Radcliffe started the Island Trees High School tournament as a way to kick off the fall season and to promote the high level of soccer in the local community.
The featured speaker at the Tuesday, Sept. 20 Open General Meeting of the Greater Long Island Running Club (GLIRC) will be Massapequa High School Head Track and Field Coach Rich Degnan. The meeting will be held in the Auditorium of the Plainview-Old Bethpage Public Library, at 999 Old Country Road in Plainview, starting promptly at 8 p.m. The general public is most cordially invited to attend.
Congratulations to Eddie Reagan and Jon Wallach of Levittown, who finished first and second respectively in the 55-59 age group in the Sands Point Preserve Sprint for the Feinstein Institute on Saturday, Aug. 13. Reagan took first place honors with a time of 19:14, and Wallach scored second in 20:14.
A total of 331 runners and walkers successfully completed the Run, a jump of 38 from the 2010 edition. Part of the credit for that has to go to Mother Nature, who supplied event organizer the Greater Long Island Running Club with a picture perfect morning.
Taylor Kenney, a 2011 graduate of General Douglas MacArthur High School, has been named to the All-State Girls’ Basketball team. Kenney will be attending Molloy College in September.
Stephan Barea, midfielder for the Rough Riders men’s soccer team, recently scored the winning goal in a game played in the Eastern Conference Championships. Barea, of Levittown, is also a student at Hofstra University. The Rough Riders team also traveled to Bremerton, WA on Friday, Aug. 5 to play in the United Soccer League’s championship.
Levittown West Little League recently hosted the first 9U Summer Bash Baseball Tournament that took place at Redwing Park. The tough competition included Central Nassau Little League, Levittown North Little League, Levittown West Little League and the Long Island Chargers, an independent Travel Team.
After receiving a pacemaker four years ago, Levittown senior and retired NYPD officer Danny Kaye participated in the first annual Senior Softball All-Star Game.
The “Cardios versus Orthos” all star game sponsored by the Bristal Assisted living community featured players over the age of 70 who underwent heart related surgeries against those whose lives were improved following orthopedic operations such as knee or hip replacements. The Orthos defeated the Cardios, 9-7.
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