On Tuesday March 23 the Nassau County Coaches Association held its annual girls’ basketball awards dinner at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury. The girls of Division Avenue High School came away as the big winners of the night! The Lady Dragons were recognized as Nassau County Class “A” Champions, Long Island Champions, and NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Team.
On Jan. 24 the MacArthur Girls Track and Field team won their conference meet for the fifth time in a row. This meet was held at the new indoor track at St. Anthony’s High School, where the girls scored 210 points, which was a school record, and scored in all events except for three.
On Friday, March 12 the Division Avenue Girls Varsity Basketball Team captured the Long Island Championship with a 57-51 victory over Harborfields High School, at SUNY Farmingdale. Taylor Malings once again led the Lady Dragons with 14 points and seven assists. Julie Ballantyne and Kristen Stuart combined for 25 points, 18 rebounds, 10 steals and six blocked shots.
The Cantiague Park Senior Men’s Golf League had a beautiful day to start its golf season. After all the rain and high winds from last week, it was good to be out there on a sunny day. They had 35 golfers and the scores were about average, some good and some not so good.
On Saturday, Feb. 27, the Girls Varsity Basketball Team at Division Avenue High School won the Nassau County Class A Championship with a 41-31 victory over Lynbrook High School. This is the first county basketball title in the history of Division Avenue High School.
On Sunday, Feb. 28, the Levittown PAL Unit hosted their first wrestling tournament. The tournament success was driven by support from the Levittown School District athletic staff, student volunteers from MacArthur and Division Avenue High School wrestling programs, Levittown PAL wrestling parents and the Levittown PAL executive board led by Board President Ed Lloyd and police officer, Director James Graham.
The 2009-2010 Junior Varsity girls basketball team at Division Avenue High School finished on top in their conference for the second consecutive season.
The Levittown/Island Trees Ice Falcons hockey team was successful in defending their championship recently in the High School Hockey League of Nassau County Varsity Liberty Division. After winning the division with an impressive season record of 16-1-3, the Ice Falcons met Oceanside in the playoffs.
While most girls’ basketball teams in Nassau County were off for the February break, the Lady Dragons of Division Avenue High School were hard at work preparing for the playoffs.
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