Written by Herald Staff, firstname.lastname@example.org Thursday, 15 May 2014 09:51
The Farmingdale State men’s lacrosse team had five players, including two from Plainview, named All-Skyline in voting conducted among the conference’s seven head coaches.
Sophomore midfielder Ryan Corbett and freshman midfielder Daniel Desimone, both from Plainview, received second-team honors, while junior attack Philip Schaefer of Holbrook was named to the first team. The awards were rounded out by freshman defender Steven Marxhausen of Levittown and Donovan Devaney of Northport, who both received second team honors.
Corbett played in all 14 games and scored one goal with 19 ground balls. He is the no. 1 defensive midfielder for the Rams the past two seasons. Desimone appeared in 13-of-14 games, leading the Rams in man-up goals (five), game-winning goals (three) and ranked fourth in goals (13) and points (19). He recorded a point in 12-of-14 games this season.
Schaefer, who started every game, led the team in goals (34), assists (14), points (48) and was second in ground balls (36) and third in man-up scores (three). He ranked third in the Skyline in goals per game, fifth for points per game and ninth in assists per game.
Devaney appeared in every game and led the team with a .630 faceoff win percentage and 94 ground balls. He finished sixth on the team in both goals (nine) and was seventh in assists (five). In the conference, he ranked second for ground balls per game and third for faceoff win percentage. Devaney is 19th in the Nation for faceoff percentage and 40th for ground balls.
Marxhausen started 13-of-14 games and anchored the Rams defense as he caused a team-leading 29 turnovers. He was third on the team for ground balls with 34 and is ranked 39th in Division III for caused turnovers per game (2.08).
Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00
If you’re like most people, your medicine cabinet might be a jumbled assortment of boxes, bottles and tubes.
That innocent bit of disorganization in your medicine cabinet might actually pose a risk if you’re not careful, according to Leonard Langino, a pharmacist with North Shore Long Island Jewish (LIJ) Medical Group, who recently held a lecture on the subject at the Plainview-Old Bethpage Public Library.
Thursday, 25 September 2014 10:23
In a pronounced response to the New York State Common Core standards, more than 800 Plainview-Old Bethpage students opted out of the English Language Arts and Mathematics exams, according to New York State Allies for Public Education.
In response to concerns from school officials, parents, and teachers regarding the level of testing administered to children in grades 3-8, U.S. Rep. Steve Israel joined 12 of Long Island’s school district superintendents, on Sept. 8, to present new legislation that would reduce the number of tests taken by students in grades 3-8.