The Island Trees Baseball Club is holding its 16th annual Holiday Sale. All proceeds will benefit the Island Trees Baseball Cub and the Make-a-Wish Foundation. Call Coach Joe D’Auria at 520-2135 or see an Island Trees baseball player for more information.
Levittown Athletic Club (LAC) Girls Softball is having spring 2010 early registration on Wednesday, Nov. 18 from 7 to 9 p.m. at J. Fred Sparke Elementary School, 100 Robin Pl. in Levittown.
The MacArthur Girls Varsity Tennis Team, coached by Tara Preston, clinched the Conference 4A Championship on Wednesday, Oct. 21 by defeating Clarke 5-2. Their playoff performance was the culmination of a competitive season, with the ladies maintaining their undefeated record of 12-0.
The Island Trees Boys Varsity soccer team has just completed another successful season and are headed to the 2009 playoffs. They competed in League ABC2, which traditionally produces the county finalists.
On Wednesday, Oct. 21 the Division Avenue Lady Dragons clinched the Conference 3 title with a 2-1 victory over Jericho High School. After winning their conference last season, they moved up to a much tougher conference this year.
Congratulations to the U10 Girls Travel Island Trees Wildcats for taking second place in the North Hempstead Cup Columbus Day Tournament.
On Tuesday, Oct. 13, the MacArthur Varsity cheerleading team held a fundraiser in search of a cure for breast cancer. The cheerleaders sold over 250 pink hair extensions to students, faculty members and teachers at $10 per hairpiece.
Lacrosse - Boys Indoor - K through seventh grade - No contact, indoor winter lacrosse program. Held on Saturdays, late morning or afternoons depending upon enrollment (five, one-and-a-half hour sessions) at Levittown Memorial Education Center. The program starts in early January and runs into February. Loaner equipment is available to all participants, but children must have their own stick and mouthpiece. T-shirts included. Fee: $50.
The GU11 Levittown X-Treme Soccer Team won second place over Columbus Day Weekend in the North Hempstead Cup Tournament at Tully Park. The girls won their first game against division rival Farmingdale 3-2 and tied their second game against Plainedge Old Bethpage 1-1 on Saturday.
Eight years ago, a group of committed parents patched together a lower division travel team with players from various communities where a passion for soccer was the common denominator. Bonding over time, year by year the team added a player or two (mainly through attrition) while in the process rising in the ranks from Division 5 to Division 1 and ultimately beyond and out of state. Today, these young men are among the best public and private school soccer players in Nassau County. Formerly known collectively as the Atomics, these teenagers are lighting up the daily box scores in Long Island Newsday. By the end of this season, a fabulous year of playoff intensity and post-season awards will be bestowed upon these talented players.
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