Ashley Stavish is a member of the Mineola Girl’s Lacrosse team. Ashley has been a four-year member of the varsity team and is a co-captain. In 2012 she was voted by Nassau County Girls Lacrosse Association to be an All Conference player.
This Mineola Cyclones took on the undefeated girls of Port Washington and managed to come out on top in a game that featured solid pitching from the Cyclone’s Mikayla Dalton and Meaghan McCaffrey on April 23. The Cyclones faced Albertson Herrick’s (Team 2) in their second weekend game.
Lauren Fischer is a senior at Mineola High School and is the starting second baseman on the Mineola Varsity softball team. Besides being the spark plug for the Lady Mustangs in softball, Fischer has displayed her talents on the court in basketball for Mineola the last four years.
Her achievements include the softball coach’s award in her freshman year and she also received All Division honors for her play during her junior year. Fischer is a constant threat at the plate and in the field. She can bunt, hit line drives and displays power which delivers the occasional long ball.
Fischer will graduate in June and attend SUNY Farmingdale in the fall, where she will pursue a nursing degree and continue her softball career.
Following a tough 8-7 loss to Herrick’s the night before, the Mineola Cyclones faced the formidable Lady Patriots of Williston Park on a crisp Sunday April 20 morning. After digging themselves into an early seven-run deficit, the Cyclones clawed their way back to a stunning victory over the Lady Patriots.
Extra-base hits from Jenna Cox (triple), Caitlyn Long (double) and Meaghan McCaffrey (who fell a single short of the cycle with a double, triple, and home run) pushed the Cyclones over the top. McCaffrey’s homer was her third in four games to start the young season. The 11-10 victory was hard fought, and a real thriller for fans of both teams. Mineola moved to 3-1 on the season with the win.
Chris is one astarting outfielder for the Mineola Mustangs. He has the ability to play all three outfield positions because of his speed and good arm strength.
He has made some special plays so far from the centerfield position where he made some “Willie Mays” type of catches to help defeat East Rockaway last week in a non-league game.
Mineola High School Track
Joe Mulder has evolved into one of the strongest distance runners on the Mineola cross country/track teams over the last four years. He is a prime example of a how a distance runner can become successful through perseverance, repetition, and attention to detail. Mulder has run countless long warm-ups, cool downs, summer runs, and Sunday runs that have accumulated into the success he’s experiencing this year.
When Mulder joined spring track as a freshman, he ran a 5:50 mile. Now as a senior, Joe has run a 4:52 mile. He got his first track distinction this winter when he was named all county for running on the 4x800m county championship team.
Mulder served as the lead off leg of the relay because of his tall, muscular frame and ability to be tough and competitive on a crowded 200-meter track.
Joe is continuing his success in spring track as a scorer in league meet competition in the mile, 800, and 4x800m relay events. He qualified for this year’s state championship in Middlebury, NY.
For Carlos Mendes, it’s about coming home. The Mineola native, who became the revived New York Cosmos soccer team’s first signing in nearly three decades last December, is itching to bring a premier soccer club back to its storied glory.
His time in Mineola set him up for the star defender that will run the pitch on Aug. 3 at Hofstra University against the Fort Lauderdale Strikers. Mendes played soccer for the Mineola Portuguese Soccer Club from 1993-1998 and the Albertson Soccer Club before graduating from the Wheatley School and attending Old Dominion University.
Old Westbury freshman pitcher and Mineola native Tyler Kapela was named to the Skyline Conference Weekly Honor Roll. Kapela tossed five scoreless innings with five strikeouts to combine with two other relievers for his first career shutout in Old Westbury’s 16-0 win against Yeshiva. He took a no-hitter into the fifth inning before giving up a one-out single. Kapela is sporting a 2.25 ERA
with a 2-1 record in 12 innings on the season.
Christina Palmenteri is captain and starting third baseman for the Lady Mustangs softball team. Palmenteri has been playing softball since she was 5 years old. Her role model growing up was Jennie Finch.
Palmenteri has been travel baseball since the age of 12 and she is currently playing for the Long Island Hurricanes 18u elite travel team.
She was all division as a freshman, all county as a junior and named captain of the team since her sophomore year.
Palmenteri batted .509 in her junior year. She will attend and play at (currently ranked 14th in the country) Adelphi University and major in nursing or physical education.
Brian Gaffney enters his final season as an athlete at Mineola High School, with some great accomplishments as a member of the football, basketball and lacrosse teams.
Head Football Coach Dan Guido described Gaffney as a “tremendous athlete and an excellent football player, one of the best he has ever coached” during his long-standing tenure as head coach at Mineola.
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