Villages Announce Election Slates
Village elections for all Manhasset villages except North Hills will be held on Tuesday, March 20, from noon until 9 p.m. There will be no contested elections this year. Absentee ballots may be picked up at the village halls. The fact that a resident commutes to Manhattan is not sufficient reason to apply for an absentee ballot.
New Commuter Fee Takes Effect March 5
Manhasset's commuters will see their daily park fee rise to $3 from $2 effective Monday, March 5 while at the same time finding that there is an easier way to pay the fare, according to a statement released this week by the Manhasset Park District's (MPD's) Board of Commissioners.
PAL Lacrosse to Start March 3
The Manhasset PAL kicks off the 2001 intramural lacrosse season this Saturday, March 3rd at the Munsey Park elementary school field. Each of the age groups will meet for 1 1/2 hours at the following times:
Indians Maul Rams, 68-55, Advance to Second Round
Manhasset blew past West Hempstead, 68-55 last Tuesday evening in the first round of the playoffs. If you could synthesize all of the elements of good fundamental team basketball and visualize it, then all you had to do was witness the play of Manhasset High's Indians against West Hempstead's Rams. The 8 and 4 (league record) Manhasset club knew they were facing a voracious Ram club who possessed many of their same skills. Winning the contest, however, depended on how well the Indians could utilize those skills and manipulate the necessary elements of fundamental play to their advantage. Fluid ball movement, timely shooting, and a relentless board presence clarified and articulated these elements that led to the Indians opening round victory.
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