The 5- and 6-year-olds traveled to Uniondale where Coach Rodney played high school football 20 years ago, and suffered a tough loss. Once again the little Generals had a slow first half start, giving up three TDs. As has been the norm this season, they came out hard in the second half and gave up one score. Good plays on offense were made by Nicholas Spampinato, and Nicholas (Cole) Meyer played hard on the defensive line, so the linebackers could make tackles.
Long Island Aquatic Club (LIAC) announced that Oyster Bay residents Maggie and Luke McNamara have qualified to compete at the National Age Group Challenge Meet. These athletes are two of 67 LIAC swimmers invited to attend this prestigious competition.
A year to remember is the only way to describe the tennis season the Oyster Bay Girls’ Varsity Tennis squad just completed.
After finishing undefeated, at 12-0 in their league, the girls defeated Plainedge, on Tuesday, to win the Conference and Division crowns. The match was a thriller, with ninth-grader Michelle Yu, and seventh-grader Juliet D’Aversa winning the deciding contest in a 4-3 win. The other three wins came from 10th-grader first singles Celeste Matute, second singles Courtney Kowalsky who is in the ninth grade, and the third doubles pair of senior Hannah Kulis and sophomore Paige Gunther.
The latest recaps on how the teams are doing:
5- and 6-Year-Old Generals
The 5- and 6-year-olds had a rough time against the Elmont Cardinals as the Cardinals’ speed proved to be a little too much for the Generals, winning with a final score of 28-7. The high winds shut down the Generals’ aerial attack, but Patrick Kelly got the running game going behind the blocking of Zach Spinelli and John Arato. Despite the difference in speed the defense played strong after two early scores of each half by Elmont. Next week the Generals are prepared to take on Floral Park.
The Peanuts Battled Franklin Square, but came up short losing 14 -7. After giving up two first half touchdowns the Defense shutout the Warriors in the second half with great efforts from Francesco Allocca and Liam Gorney. The offense struggled missing a key piece from the O-line, but Nicholas (Nicky) Spampinato on the O-Line and Rodney Hill Jr. from the Quarterback position stepped up to help lead Oyster Bay to their only touchdown by Allocca. The Little Generals continue to improve and are looking forward to their match up next Sunday.
Senator Carl Marcellino and Brian Zimmerman of the Nassau County Soil and Water Conservation District were honored for their outstanding efforts on the part of the environment by the Huntington Oyster Bay Audubon Society at its 2nd Annual Walk/Run for Wildlife and Conservation on Sept. 28.
In his remarks accepting the award, Senator Marcellino praised the Audubon Society as being one of the organizations he truly respects. He commended Audubon as an organization which remains true to its values, visions and goals. The senator said he has had positive interactions with the Audubon Society, whether on a local or state level.
Two local karate academies recently teamed up to raise money for a charitable organization, and had tremendous success. On Sept. 7, Oyster Bay Family Karate with the help of The Karate Academy of Bethpage raised over $10,000 for Saint Judes.
“It was such an amazing day, both schools participated in karate tournaments and fun games,” says Sensei Bobby Rekha, owner of Oyster Bay Family Karate, who helped organize the event with Sensei Larry Batista.
The Town of Oyster Bay recently held it’s 28th annual Bluefish Tournament at Theodore Roosevelt Park. The tournament, sponsored by the Town’s Department of Parks and Oyster Bay Marine Supply, is a fun day for the whole family with raffles and prizes that include Mercury inflatable boats and Mercury outboards, rods, reels, ice chests, water skis, dinners for two and much more. It is an awesome display of fishing equipment that everyone looks forward to having a chance to win.
The tournament is one of the largest in the Northeast and is enjoyed by boating and fishing enthusiasts. This year, Bob Leicht of Huntington won first prize with a catch of 15.48 pounds and also received the John Walker Award. Oyster Bay’s own Pierre Marchais, owner of Pierre Marchais Tree Service, earned second place honors with a catch of 15.06 pounds.
In between their morning and afternoon pre-season practices, the Oyster Bay Junior Varsity and Varsity Field Hockey teams washed cars for a wonderful cause, the Special Olympics.
The upper field of the John Maccarone Memorial Stadium in Glen Cove is once again alive with the sights and sounds of LI-Kick, Glen Cove’s co-ed adult kickball league.
Glen Cove resident Sal Farruggia, 27, founded LI-Kick this past spring, in partnership with the City of Glen Cove’s Department of Parks and Recreation and its director, Darcy Belyea.
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