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August 2, 2002

  • News: The Manhasset Bay Constables

    The recent loss of two boaters in nearby Little Neck Bay has heightened awareness of boater safety and the enforcement efforts to keep the waters of Manhasset Bay safe. The responsibility for safety in Manhasset Bay rests primarily with the staff of the Town of North Hempstead's Bay Constable Unit based at the town dock. FULL STORY

  • News: Local Resident Snares Best Man's Role in Sex and the City

    Dr. Bruce A. Sims of Sands Point will be appearing as Nathan Lane's best man in the season finale of HBO's Sex and the City. The show is set to air in September. FULL STORY

  • Sports: On The Bay

    July has always been a busy one for our junior sailors who spend their summer hours out on the water learning the fundamentals of sailing and racing. This July has been no different, except for the increased number of children who are learning early the joys of "messing around with boats." Following are some of the regattas that our junior sailors attended during the past month. On Monday, July 8, Cold Spring Harbor hosted the JSA Area A Optimist 2002 Regatta". FULL STORY

  • Sports: PAL Pirates Bat a Great Season

    On Saturday, June 22, the Port Washington PAL Pirates wrapped up their spring season by defeating the Great Neck A's to win the Manhasset League Championship. The Pirates, led by head coach Matt Holzer, and assistant coaches Jim Thompson and Walter Davis went 8 and 2 during the regular season and 3 and 0 during the playoffs with wins over the two teams, which beat them during the regular season. The main reason for the team's successes was that every player on the team contributed in some way. In every game the team received great pitching from their pitchers Chris Corteselli, Tommy Davis, Mike Thompson and Justin Forgione. Their battery mates Greg Berry and Billy Brown did a great job gunning down would be base stealers and blocking balls in the dirt. The infield made spectacular plays all season long led by Jakob Mastbaum, Bryant Rich and Dan Marmor. Andrew Esposito, Frank Hinck, John Forman, and Kirt Zoeller anchored an outfield, which threw out a number of base runners trying to turn singles into doubles. The Pirates averaged about ten runs a game, because of hitters like leadoff man Jordan Caruso, and Jeremy Scalchunes. Now that they have won the Manhasset League championship, the team is now looking ahead to the summer where they will play in the Nassau County Babe Ruth League, as well as the Glen Cove Tournament. FULL STORY

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