Students at Charles Water Karate & Fitness in Williston Park had the best time at boot camp; this was Creative Form Day. In addition, they met their goals of 500 jumping jacks, 100 crunches, 50 gut busters, and 50 squat hops. This camp was for three hours. Every day had a specific theme and specific goals. All participants met their goals. In addition, those students who came to the boot camp also attended regularly scheduled classes.
For the second year in a row the Mineola Mustang Varsity Wrestlers came away as the Division 2 Nassau County Championship. Four athletes from Mineola were crowned champions and participated in the NYS wrestling Championships in Albany.
The Mustangs finished over 60 points ahead of 2nd place Oyster Bay. Senior Steve O’Connor was voted the tournaments Most Outstanding Wrestler after his dominating performance in the finals over his opponent from Carle Place.
Members of the media had the opportunity to meet New York Islanders owner, Charles Wang, as he hosted the fourth annual Lighthouse International Youth Hockey Tournament which featured pee-wee teams from China, Finland, Japan, Long Island and Westchester County. It was held at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Sunday, Jan. 23. The ages of participants in the tournament ranged from 9-12 years old.
Students at Charles Water Karate & Fitness in Williston Park, have received belt promotions after successfully completing a series of extensive exams.
“Our goal at Charles Water’s Karate & Fitness is to facilitate mental growth enabling our students to reach their highest potential as human beings,” says Mr. Charles Water, owner and director of the school. “Our studio teaches students how to defend themselves responsibly while instilling self-confidence, self-discipline and respect for others.”
The Mineola Portuguese Center, Long Island’s oldest Portuguese Club, will hold a celebration of its 75th Anniversary of the first Portuguese-American settlement on Long Island and the soccer team that started it all. The gala will take place on March 12 at 8 p.m. in the Center’s grand ballroom at 306 Jericho Turnpike in Mineola.
In late February of 2008, T.J. Gessner was on the precipice of a dream. A three-year starter as point guard at Mineola High School, Gessner was at the helm of potentially the biggest upset in Mustang basketball history. The Mustangs were “George Mason/Butler-like” underdogs as the # 15 seed to the # 2 seed and perennial County title contenders from South Side High School. In an electrically charged gymnasium in Rockville Centre with at least 2,000 rabid fans in attendance, Gessner and his Mustang teammates fell seconds short of a shocker. Suffering through a miserable first two years (5-31 record), Gessner led Mineola to 23 wins in his final two seasons resulting in the school’s first Conference Championship in 22 years.
The Wheatley School Boys’ Varsity Fencing Team capped a successful season with a 9-3 record. The team, ranked fourth on Long Island, is preparing for the Team Championships which were held on Feb. 9 and 12. The team members are team captain David Skwiersky, Zoraiz Arif, Arjun Balakumar, Ankit Bhasin, Josh Cantos, Chris Che, Andrew Chen, Liting Chiang, Ben Goldbaum, Amaan Karim, Saad Khanzada, Timothy Lee, Ziv Lotzky, Matt Rajman, Avinash Reddy, Matt Rothstein, Zohaib Shaikh, Jasjit Singh, Max Woods, Charles Yu, and Kuan Yu.
Runners and walkers from and all over Long Island are cordially invited to join in the fun on Sunday, April 3 for the 34th annual Nationwide 10-Kilometer Run for ASPIRE, Long Island’s oldest continuously held 10-K run. This will be the first Sunday running of the event, which had been traditionally held on a Saturday.
Mineola High School alumnus Richard Flynn (class of 1987) has earned the honors of being selected as an inductee into the Long Island Metropolitan Lacrosse Foundation’s (LIMLF) Hall of Fame. Flynn is one of the 10 new members to be recognized at the 26th annual ceremony on Saturday, Feb. 5 at the Huntington Hilton.
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