Boyd Carrington of Amityville outlegged Robis Degirmenci of Port Washington to the finish line of the third annual “Blue Ribbon 5 Kilometer Run,” as 372 runners and walkers were on hand at the Town of Oyster Bay Golf Course in Woodbury on Sunday, Nov. 13. This Integrated Medical Foundation event helps promote better Men’s Health and helps draw attention to the importance of early detection of prostate cancer.
Barney Williams knows pain.
He felt it on September 11, 2001, when his brother’s oldest son was killed at the age of 24. He felt it in 2005, when Hurricane Katrina destroyed his New Orleans home. He felt it last year, when his father succumbed to pancreatic cancer.
And he feels it right now, only this is a different type of pain, the kind that manifests in the muscles in his legs and shoots up along his spine.
With the win, the Chiefs advance to the New York State tournaments, held at Syracuse University. On Saturday, Nov. 19, they will play in a one-day tournament to determine the state champions.
The third-seeded Farmingdale State women’s tennis team fell 5-3 in a hard fought match against the Golden Eagles in a recent Skyline Semifinal match held at St. John the Baptist High School. The Rams season ends with an 8-5 record, while St. Joseph’s (10-3) moved onto the Skyline Championship match against top-seed Mount Saint Mary.
Amanda Feld of Massapequa Park has won the Black Belt Grand Championship for the 2010-2011 WKKL tournament season. Ms. Feld, who is a student at the American Black Belt Academy in Massapequa Park has been studying karate under the instruction of Tom LoVarco since she was 4 years old and has been featured on the Montel Williams Show.
The Massapequa Chiefs finished the regular season last Saturday with another convincing win, defeating Hempstead, 54-0, giving them a 6-2 record as they head into the postseason with their offense, burning on all cylinders.
The Chiefs jumped out to a 21-0 first quarter lead and continued to score in all four quarters as they finished the regular season with a 6-2 record, tied for second with Baldwin in the highly competitive Conference I division. (MacArthur, Freeport, and East Meadow are all tied for first with 7-1 records.)
The Skyline Conference released the eighth Women’s Tennis report for the 2011 season this afternoon, including Player of the Week, Rookie of the Week, Honor Roll and Conference statistics.
Farmingdale State College Freshman Jessica Sickles of Massapequa Park was named the Skyline Conference Player of the Week for women’s tennis.
Mayor James Altadonna and the Board of Trustees presented Bocce Trophies to the first place winners, Jack Hunsuckel and Leonard Zella of the Bocce Tournament held in September. Pictured left to right: Trustee Harry Jacobson, Trustee Tina Schiaffino, Leonard Zella, Mayor James Altadonna, Jack Hunsuckel, Deputy Mayor Jeffrey P. Pravato and Trustee Teresa Spinosa.
Mayor James Altadonna, along with Deputy Mayor Jeffrey Pravato, Trustees Teresa Spinosa, Harry Jacobson and Tina Schiaffino recently congratulated the Massapequa Coast Little League Juniors Williamsport Tournament Team on winning the 2011 Long Island Championship.
The fall sports season is underway and the Massapequa Chiefs have established an offensive powerhouse that has given them a winning 4-2 record, one that is tied for third in Conference I play.
The Chiefs juggernaut was on display in a home game last Saturday as they steamrolled Plainview JFK, 49-21. The ground game was in high gear as T. J. South ran for 103 yards and three touchdowns, while Jack Korber added 108 yards rushing with two touchdowns. South set the pace for the game with a 30-yard run on the Chiefs’ first possession.
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