The teenagers at Charles Water Karate & Fitness in Williston Park, meet at the school every two weeks to organize events: their main goal is to contribute. The teens have a great time and while they are having fun they are also planning on ways to contribute either by raising money and/or by doing random acts of kindness.
The U9 Mineola Magic boys finished the season with a 7-0 win against Massapequa to finish in first place in the BU9 Blue Division. Kevin Graca and Kieran Hendry scored two goals each.
The mother-daughter team of Annie and Katie Cappeller won awards at the 2nd annual Great Prostate Cancer Challenge 5 Kilometer Run, held at the Town of Oyster Bay Golf Course in Woodbury on Sunday, Nov. 14.
The Senior Boys Division of the MAA Soccer completed its perfect 10-0 season with a championship win recently. The coaches for the team are Frank Giordano and Jose Dos Santos.
The 9-year-old Chiefs (7-2) shutout the Inwood Buccaneers 13-0 at home in the Nassau County Semifinals, and advanced to the Nassau County Championship Game versus Garden City.
The Mineola High School girl’s varsity volleyball team has officially bumped, set and spiked its way into a spot in the 2010 Conference BC-1 playoffs for the second year in a row. The season started off with weight training and conditioning at the end of the summer and started to pick up when they won its first match against Manhasset. During this matchup, Nicole Lockwood had 35 digs and Danielle McCormick had 11 kills to lead the Lady Mustangs to victory. The season went on with a couple of losses along the way but the Lady ‘Stangs pulled it together to go on and win nine more games and seal the deal on a playoff spot with a record of 10-4.
The Mineola Magic kept rolling along with a 7-0 win over Levittown to go to 6-0-1 and stay tied for first in its BU9 division. The Magic was paced by Tristan Gilbert’s two goals. Stephen Collica, Aidan McMahom and Jordan Sandler also scored for Mineola. Brandon Best and Ivan Kalinic added second half goals to close the scoring for the Magic. Kevin Graf earned the shutout in goal for Mineola.
Oct. 30-The GU12 Mineola Mini-Mustangs’ offense was clicking the entire game against the Auburndale Jaguars, earning the Mini’s a 3-1 victory and improving its season record to 3-3. Allison Lamonica scored Mineola’s first two goals, the first coming off a series of nifty passes between Christen Patalano, Brianna O’Brien, Lamonica and Emma Feimer.
Saturday, Oct. 16, 2010 was declared “TaeKwonDo Day” by Nassau County Chief Executive Ed Mangano.
TaeKwonDo, a Korean Martial Art, enjoys popularity throughout the world and holds the unique position as a Martial Art, Korean cultural export, and world Olympic Sport.
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