The MHS varsity boys’ tennis team currently enjoys a 6-3 record and is in third place in conference IIA. At this pace, they will earn a play-off spot for the first time in several years.
Manhasset Varsity Boys Track team started their 2010 season with a 6-1 league record – outrunning Hewlett, West Hempstead, Sewanhaka, North Shore, Valley Stream South, Bethpage and losing to No. 2 ranked (Long Island) Westbury.
It was an exciting day on Saturday, May 1, as the Manhasset Indians went up against their oldest rivals, the Garden City Trojans. This is the longest uninterrupted high school lacrosse rivalry in the United States, and Saturday’s game marked the 119th game played.
The Manhasset Indians met their match last Tuesday as they came face-to-face with Chaminade High School and Darien High School. It was a week of remembrance and honor out on the field as these teams played not only with hopes of coming out on top, but also to honor Sergeant James J. Regan Jr. and other fallen heroes.
The Court of Champions 2010 Summer Youth Tennis Camp will be expanded to two sessions this year due to overwhelming popularity and support for last summer’s first annual Youth Tennis Camp. Session I will be Monday, June 28 through Thursday, July 1. Session II will be held Tuesday, July 6 through Friday, July 9.
On April 25, Manhasset residents Jordyn Mannino and Alexis Stern will be competing in the Junior Olympic Gymnastics, Region VI All-Star Championships. Both girls were victorious in the Level 8 New York State Gymnastics Championships on March 28. Of the 240 gymnasts, from 47 different gyms throughout New York State, only the top scorers advanced to the regional championship. They will be competing against accomplished gymnasts from Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New York.
The Court of Champions 2010 Summer Youth Tennis Camp will be expanded to two sessions this year due to overwhelming popularity and support for last summer’s first annual Youth Tennis Camp.
After 10 months of hard work, fund-raisers, email blasts, phone calls, and of course the help of the community, family and friends of Rocky Pacent, Rocky’s Field, located at Manhasset High School, is undergoing its finishing touches.
The official ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled for Sunday, April 25 at 1:15 p.m. sharp, rain or shine. The existing field has undergone a complete transformation. Gone are the days of an underwater home plate, first and third base area, and outfield.
Athletics have had, and continue to have a significant influence on American culture and society and enjoy unique status in the American value system. The Manhasset Public Schools believe that participation on an interscholastic athletic team is a worthwhile experience, which all students should have the opportunity to pursue. It is this opportunity, along with the guidance of the athletic department headed by Carolyn Pagnano, director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics, and the coaching staff, which helps students learn important life skills; grace, poise, respect, commitment, loyalty, decision making, teamwork and sportsmanship.
Three of the country’s best high school lacrosse teams will compete in this year’s Lead The Way Day of Lacrosse Champions at St. Anthony’s High School in Huntington. The competing boy’s teams are: St. Anthony’s, the host and co-sponsor of the day, vs. Connecticut’s New Canaan High School, Chaminade High School vs. Yorktown High School and Manhasset High School will take on Darien High School, another Connecticut school.
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