Last week the Nassau County Girls’ Basketball Coaches Association held their annual all star dinner. Six young ladies from Division Avenue High School were honored at the dinner.
Step up with family, friends and community members on May 19 for the Long Island Kidney Walk at Eisenhower Park in East Meadow presented by the National Kidney Foundation. Teams and individual walkers of all ages are invited to take a lifesaving step and raise funds to support programs that help in the fight against kidney disease in New York through awareness, prevention and treatment. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. and the noncompetitive walk begins at 10:30 a.m. To register for the Kidney Walk, visit www.kidneywalk.org or call 212-889-2210 ext. 362 for more information.
Seven members of the Island Trees boys’ varsity soccer team recently celebrated both academic and athletic achievements along with the rest of Nassau County soccer’s elite members. Five seniors received awards. All-conference went to Jon Rivera, Ted Connelly, Devin Gaudiello, and Andrew Barbine. Jose Carvajal received all-county and conference A-7 MVP. Sophomores Ryan Willoughby and Dylan Cranmer received all-county honorable mention. Senior Lucas Panebianco, who could not attend, also received all-conference and was named scholar athlete. The team also received a plaque for winning their conference.
The Levittown West Little League free baseball clinics will be held on Saturday, April 6 at Redwing Field with Tom Tuttle and staff from Division Avenue High School. April 6 clinics—7, 8, 9 year olds from 1:15 to 2:15 p.m.; 10, 11, 12 year olds from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Rain date: Sunday, April 7—7, 8, 9 year old from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.; 10, 11, 12 year olds from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m.
Anthony Galeotafiore, a senior at MacArthur High School, has recently committed to play lacrosse for SUNY Farmingdale, a decision he knew would shape not only his next four years but would lay the foundation for his next 40 years.
Galeotafiore has enjoyed academic and athletic success at MacArthur High School as a dedicated student-athlete, earning a 3.2 GPA and being an important contributor to his team. He has played lacrosse since 8th grade.
The Farmingdale State softball team is now 3-3 overall after splitting two games today, their third day at the NTC Spring Games in Clermont, Florida. The Rams fell 14-2 to TCNJ in the first game, before bouncing back with a 5-3 win over Ripon College.
In game one vs. TCNJ, the Lions scored two runs in the first inning and Farmingdale State tied the game 2-2 in the third with an RBI singles from senior first baseman Jennifer Jarczynski (West Babylon) and senior third baseman Kristen Flint (Brentwood).
Justen Lopez, a fifth-grader at Meadowbrook Elementary School, swimming for Holy Family in Hicksville, captured the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) Boys 10 & under 25 Yard Breaststroke title and establishing a new CYO record in the event. He also captured the same title last year. He capped off the year undefeated in the event. He also helped his team capture the title in the Boys 10 & under 100-yard Freestyle Relay as well as the Boys 10 under Medley Relay breaking both relay records from 2003 and 2006.
Four members of MacArthur High School’s cross-country team were honored recently at the annual Nassau County Cross-Country Awards dinner for their impressive achievements this season. The student honorees included: Ryan Clifford – All-Division, Steven Morra (All-Division), Erin Perotta (All-Conference) and Jennifer Race (All-Conference and All-Division).
The girls team concluded the season with a 9-4 record, and the boys wrapped up their season with an 8-5 record against some of the state’s top runners. The season was highlighted with a trip to the prestigious Brown University Invitational.
“These sports teams should be proud of their determination and dedication throughout the season,” Cross-Country coach John Reynolds stated. “They represented MacArthur High School admirably.”
The MacArthur High School boys varsity soccer team completed a season to remember. Faced with a record of 0-25-5 during the previous two seasons, the team was determined to turn things around, attending early morning weight training sessions in the spring and continuing with soccer training throughout the summer. It was evident early on that the group had grown close, which helped them to overcome numerous adversities throughout the season.
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