Thursday, 27 February 2014 00:00
The Wheatley School announced that student athletes have been recognized by Section VIII-Nassau County Interscholastic Athletic Association for their exceptional performance in athletics, scholarship, and leadership qualities for the fall 2013 season.
Andrew Hastings - All County
Zach Farmilo - Scholar Athlete
Samantha Palazzolo - All Conference
Samantha Seigler - Scholar Athlete
Perri Schreiber - All League
Namita Reddy - Unsung Hero
Morgan Hane - All Division
Katie Keller - All Division and All Conference
Jordan Weinstock - All Division
Lauren Perry - Scholar Athlete
Alana Leahy - All County
Danielle Wasserman - All Conference
Adena Bernot - All Conference
Brian DeLay - (Sr.)(Mineola) All County and Conference- Offensive Player of the Year
Michael Covas - (Sr.)(Mineola) All County
Matt Huhn - Honorable Mention All County
Jacob Dinetz - Honorable Mention All County
Ethan Bloomberg - All Conference
Kevin Martins - (Sr.)(Mineola) All Conference
Andrew Tripi - All Conference
Xavier Fallarino - Scholar Athlete
Nicole Cutinella - All Class
Joanne Joshua - Scholar Athlete
Ashley Lessen - All State and All County
Kelsey Shields - All Conference
Olivia Gatoff - All Conference
Sabrina Goldbaum - All Conference
Madison D’Ambrosio - All Division
Jillian Gothelf - All Division
Brittany Groveman - All Division
Fallon Roher - All Division
Courtney Schwartz - All Division
Danielle Joel - All Division
Sabrina Lee - All Division
Danielle Krueger - All Division
Samantha Lessen - All Division
Samita Nath - All Division
Varsity Boys Cross Country
Boys Wildcat Award: Mike Koszalka
Boys Coaches Award: Vakas Akhtar
Boys Unsung Hero: Jordan Weinstock
JV Spirit: Zach Calabrese
Girls Wildcat Award: Katie Keller
Girls Coaches Award: Morgan Hanel
Unsung Hero: Leigh Anderson
Wildcat Award: Samantha Palazzolo
Coaches Award: Taylor Keenan (Jr.)(Mineola)
Unsung Hero: Alexandra Schreiber
Wildcat Award: Brian DeLay (Sr.)(Mineola)
Coaches Award: Ryan Levy
Unsung Hero: Andrew Feimer
Spirit Award: Matt Kelapire and Joe Cucinella
Wildcat Award: Jamie Sellinger
Unsung Hero: Rachel Jozef (Jr.)(Mineola) and Allison LaMonica
Spirit Award: Gretchen Keller and Erin O’Kelly
Wildcat Award: Kelsey Shields
Coaches Award: Sabrina Goldbaum
Unsung Hero: Olivia Gatoff
Spirit Award: Ally Schmertz and Diana Lee
Wildcat Award: Andrew Hastings
Coaches Award: Walter Hernandez (Sr.)(Mineola)
Unsung Hero: Zach Farmiloe
JV Spirit Award: Chris Vazquez (Soph)(Mineola)
Wildcat Award: Nicole Cutinella
Coaches Award: Katie Stagnari (Sr.)(Mineola)
Unsung Hero: Maura Koszalka
Spirit Award: Olivia Suppa and Lianna Golden
Wednesday, 20 August 2014 00:00
The nine-story apartment building at 250 Old Country Road is rising on schedule, according to developers. Lake Success-based Lalezarian Developers is constructing a nine-story, 315-unit complex at the site.
Kevin Lalezarian estimated the project is about 20 percent complete.
“Our foundation is nearly complete,” Lalezarian said. “Our superstructure is proceeding. That’s the main thing happening right now.”
Saturday, 16 August 2014 00:00
The Mineola Fire Department is looking to replace its Company Two engine, Truck 168. The truck is 25 years old, consisting of an articulating boom and bucket.
A new truck would cost upwards of $1 million, fire reps said.
“The current truck has served the village well for many years, but is in need of replacement,” Chief of Department Jeff Clark said.
Thursday, 14 August 2014 00:00
The Mineola Hurricanes recently swept the Smithtown Bulls recently pounded the Smithtown Bulls in two games, winning 9-1and 6-1 at Brady Field in Smithtown. In game one, Chris Marotta brought the heat against the Bulls.
Smithtown managed just one hit off of Marotta, who allowed no earned runs, walked two and struck out eight during his five innings of work. The Bulls jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning.
Thursday, 14 August 2014 00:00
Had college lacrosse burst onto the scene one generation earlier, one local resident would have become a household name within the inner circles. Settling for three National Championships and a professional contract, however, is not a bad consolation prize.
Alex Rosier can now add one more accomplishment to the resume, nearly 20 years after his college career ended.