March 16, 2007

  • News: Candidates for Mayor in the Village of Plandome Manor

    In the Village of Plandome Manor two individuals are running for mayor - incumbent Mayor Thomas P. O'Malley is running against Barbara Donno. Each candidate was asked to submit background information on themselves, their reasons for running and their goals if elected. FULL STORY

  • News: Village of Plandome Heights Trustee Elections

    In the Village of Plandome Heights three trustee positions are being sought by four individuals. Incumbent trustees Maryann Grieco and Diana Merenda are running for re-election and Michael Richter and Norman Taylor seek trustee positions. Each candidate was asked to submit background information on themselves, their reasons for running and their goals if elected. Unfortunately, the Manhasset Press had not received biographical information from Norman Taylor in time for publication. FULL STORY

  • News: Village of Plandome Manor Trustee Election

    In the Village of Plandome Manor, four individuals are running for two trustee positions-incumbent Trustees Matthew Clinton and Ed Johnston, as well as Ira Ginsburg and Salvatore Miglio. Each candidate was asked to submit background information on themselves, their reasons for running and their goals if elected. FULL STORY

  • Sports: Manhasset-Roslyn Varsity Hockey Club Heads Into Playoffs

    In continuing this landmark year for the varsity hockey team, the Manhasset - Roslyn team is ready to enter into the Long Island High School Hockey league playoffs. This last weekend was a whirlwind in which the team played their last two games of their inaugural regular season. The team played the second place St. Mary's B team in a contest to see who would end up in that coveted second place spot in the league. The game was a hard fought battle, in which Manhasset-Roslyn, led by their league-leading scoring trio, defeated St. Mary's by a score of 9 - 6 to take sole possession of second place in the league. Early goals by Zach Stone, Greg Goldman and Cory Sigadel allowed the team to take the lead, but two goals by Manhasset's Adam Montgomery put the game away for good. The game on Sunday night was a "hard-fought-come-from-behind" victory over arch rivals Garden City. Garden City took an early 3-0 lead only to watch the Manhasset-Roslyn team rally on goals by Travis Yablons (3), Zach Stone, Cory Sigadel, Nate Berger, Kameron Goldman and Manhasset's Chris Wilshere. Chris Wilshere capped off the scoring for Manhasset after a wild scramble in front, on a rebound of a shot by Adam Montgomery. Timely goaltending at critical times by Buddy McGrath and Chris Caretenuto, along with strong defensive play by Michael Tierney, Evan Street, Nate Berger and Kameron Goldman were key to the victories. Strong two-way hockey by Mike Richter and Michael Stewart helped to secure these key victories. The playoffs start this Sunday with a semi-final playoff game in the Long Beach arena. The game will be against either Levittown or St. Mary's dependent upon where they fall in the final standings in the league. In addition the league leaders in scoring reads like a Manhasset-Roslyn roster, with the top three scorers in the league being from our team. They are Adam Montgomery, Cory Sigadel and Zach Stone and all have contributed to the success of the team. Please make every effort to come down on Sunday night and cheer for the Manhasset team. FULL STORY

  • Sports: On the Bay

    Isn't this weather great! Even the frostbiters, who are used to sailing in the worst conditions, appreciated the gift of good wind that Mother Nature provided last Sunday, March 11. It was sunny and in the mid 40s, but with winds out of the NW at 10 knots gusting to 15 and sometimes higher, it was cold on the water. But there were no complaints heard as the Race Committee continued starting races well into the afternoon, finishing with eight races by the end of the day. There was a short interruption in the starting sequence to lend assistance to a capsized boat that got stuck on a mooring stake. The good news is both skipper and crew, while wet, were safe and transported quickly to land. Results for the day: Ideal 18s (6 boats): 1. #175, Ed McLaughlin and Chris Shields, 2. #171, Bob Kirtland and Alan Thompson, and 3. #12, Sandy Lindenbaum and Bob Schwartz. Top boats in the IC dinghies: 1. #17, Paul-Jon Patin and Donna Marie Cipollone, 2. #536, Pedro Lorson and Johanna Silbersack, and 3. #514, Ted Toombs and Jenny McCarthy. FULL STORY

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