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July 3, 1998

  • NEWS: Class of 1998 "Stars" Graduate from Manhasset

    As the Manhasset High School Orchestra, led by Eileen Murphy, played Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance, last Friday evening, families, friends and faculty rose to their feet to honor the Class of 1998. The seniors marched into the junior high school gym with a triumphant glow that was not a result of the sweltering conditions outside. Despite the extremely warm temperature in the gym, where the ceremony was held due to threatening thunderstorms, the spirits of the audience were high. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Neighbors in the News

    David Betowski, son of Don Betowski Jr., recently graduated with high honors from Chaparral High School in Las Vegas, Nevada. He will be attending the University of Portland, Oregon where he was honored with the Presidential Scholarship. He is the grandson of Margaret Betowski of Manhasset and the late Don Betowski. Portledge School's 23rd commencement exercises were held on Saturday, June 13. The Slanetz Award, given annually to the senior with the highest academic record, was presented to Melanie Signorile of Manhasset who is headed to the University of Pennsylvania next year. Greg Hess, a junior at Manhasset High School, has been nominated to receive honorary award recognition and to have his biography published in Who's Who Among American High School Students 1997-1998. Greg, an accomplished wrestler and a member of the high school science research program for the last three years, received highest honors from the L.I. Science Congress and first place in the LeaRonal Invitational Science Fair. He will be pursuing internship at Stony Brook over the course of six weeks this summer, working on a Westinghouse research project. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Dodgers Win Manhasset's First Major League World Series

    The Dodgers, aka "The Comeback Kids," won a 14-11 victory over the Orioles in Manhasset's first major league World Series on Father's Day, June 21, 1998. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Metro Dodge Jeep Red Sox Capture Minor League Title

    In the World Series game for the minor division of the Manhasset Baseball League, the Red Sox, sponsored by Metro Dodge Jeep, prevailed over the Indians of North Shore Physical Therapy, 1-0.The diamond at Memorial Field saw a hard-fought pitchers' duel with Daniel Barnes and Scott Herdemian combining for the one-hit blanking of the Tribe, with Barnes closing the door in the last inning with the Indians threatening with a runner in scoring position. In the field in the last stanza the Red Sox made critical defensive plays with Zack Koufakis fielding a grounder for a key out. For the Indians, Ryan Brenner had the lone hit and Brenner, Paul Giorgetti and Tommy Gordano took to the hill to limit the powerful Sox to a single run. The lone Red Sox tally came when Matty Roberts drove in Michael Driscoll for the winning run with daring base-running by the Sox producing the score. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: On Independence Day, Freedom and Liberty

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