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On the Bay: February 19, 2010

Written by Andrea Watson Friday, 19 February 2010 00:00

The America’s Cup is over and the United States has won back the Cup. BMW ORACLE Racing, the American challenger, from the Golden Gate Yacht Club in San Francisco, won the 33rd America’s Cup Match last Sunday in Valencia, beating the Swiss defender, Alinghi, in a 2-0 victory.

 

On the Bay: February 12, 2010

Written by Andrea Watson Friday, 12 February 2010 00:00

There is a common thread in sailing this past week that has affected our local frostbiters and that other event that is happening in Valencia – you may have heard of it. It is called the America’s Cup and it is finally being contested on the water rather than in the courts.

 

Schreiber Sports: Scores and More: February 12, 2010

Written by Stephanie Joannon, Athletic Director Schreiber High School Friday, 12 February 2010 00:00

The only team not affected by the dubious snow forecast of last weekend was the wrestling team…traveling to Baldwin for the individual qualifiers, Port got 10 All Conference Wrestlers!...Yes, 10 for the first time in school history…also moving on are seven wrestlers to the county tournament…great going for the wrestlers who have been having a great season….Numbers were the name of the game last week and the big one was $2,204 which was the monies raised in the Hoops for Haiti fundraiser by the boys basketball team….News 12, Newsday and a host of other media were on hand to see the presentation of the check to the Uniondale coach and players…again kudos to senior Harrison Remler for kick starting this and the community for once again pulling through for a good cause….boys hoops playoffs on Thursday…first round at home at 6 p.m….No big news on the season ending track, gymnastics and swimming because of the postponements…will get to that next week….Keep warm…

 

Schreiber Sports: Scores and More

Written by Stephanie Joannon-Director of Athletics Friday, 05 February 2010 00:00
Last week of the winter season coming up and the teams are rallying for post-season competition…have you ever been to a boys swim meet? It is a treat and you only have one more week to see our team in action as they compete in the county finals this Friday evening and Saturday afternoon at the Aquatic Center at Eisenhower Park…our 200 medley relay team finished third in the divisions last week and many of our boys earned All-Division honors… The team is looking for All-County honors this weekend…final home boys basketball game this Friday which means it is Senior Night. Game time is 6:15….The boys team will host a first-round playoff game on Thursday. Check back next week for the time and opponent…PYA Night was an almost fully packed gym for the girls basketball team…though the first-place Hicksville team stifled our offense, it did not diminish the enthusiasm and love for the Lady Vikings the little girls showed…Hoops for Haiti was a tremendous success…Thanks to the boys basketball team and those who helped fundraise…The gesture of presenting Uniondale’s basketball team with the raised funds was a class act…see you during the playoffs.
 

The Weber Girls Cross Country Team’s Season Review

Written by Nicole Boyd Friday, 05 February 2010 00:00

Weber has always had talented female runners on their cross country team. The 2009 season was no different. During the weeks before the first meet, the girls all showed that they had natural ability. Although the first practices were very challenging for most of the girls, every single teammate improved greatly from when they first started.

 

Port North Spring Basketball

Friday, 29 January 2010 00:00

A Port Washington based team is looking for sixth and seventh grade boys for two teams in the spring season. The teams will play super league at Island Garden and local AAU tournaments. Tryouts will be in February. You must be an experienced player. If you are interested please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information.

 

Knight of Columbus “Shoot-Out”

Friday, 29 January 2010 00:00

The Knights of Columbus “ Free Throw Contest” will be held on Thursday, Jan. 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the Daly School. Boys and girls, ages 10 to 14, (as of Jan. 1) are eligible. Trophies will be given to winner and runner-up in five brackets. Winners will advance to district level. Registration will be at gym entrance.

 

Schreiber Sports: Scores and More: January 22, 2010

Written by Stephanie Joannon, Athletic Director Friday, 22 January 2010 00:00
The wrestling team continues to dominate in January as they won their third meet in a row with a resounding 49-18 win over Valley Stream Central and 42-24 over Plainview…The team will be hosting the first round of the dual meet playoffs this Thursday, Jan. 21. There will be four teams vying for the right to get into the semi finals, so come cheer on the team…you will be impressed…Girls basketball had a huge come from behind victory over Long Beach last week…Trailing by 11 going into the final quarter, the team outscored LB 21-5 by throwing a box and one on Long Beach’s top scorer to seal the win…The team lost a heartbreaker to second place Herricks on Saturday 38-35…a real nice Saturday morning crowd cheered on the team..PYA Night Jan.29 against first place Hicksville at 7 p.m…Boys and girls bowling have completed their seasons so a recap next week…The JV2 basketball team is having a fine season and will next play this Saturday at 10:30 at Schreiber…Are you a parent of an eighth-grader?....if so, do not miss the eighth-grade athletic parent orientation this Thursday at 6:30 in Schreiber’s cafeteria…You will receive an “all you need to know” about athletics at the high school…Final week of sports before the athletes take a break for finals…then the final stretch…Keep posted for more scores…
 

On the Bay: January 22, 2010

Written by Andrea Watson Friday, 22 January 2010 00:00

The term “New Year” conjures up many images and thoughts, as diverse as the people celebrating the holiday. For sailors, one of the thoughts that are always connected to the New Year is the regatta held each year on the first day of the year. The annual Frostbite New Year’s Regatta has been held every year since 1932 when the Knickerbocker Yacht Club gathered hardy men to compete out on Manhasset Bay on Jan. 2. On that day, it rained, it hailed, and it snowed – all the makings for one terrific regatta. That specific group of men started a tradition that exists to this day, when after a long night of revelry, teams of racers pulled it all together, rigged their little dinghies and headed for the bay. Sounds a little crazy to those uninitiated, but it is one of the best days of the year to race. Not sure why – maybe has something to do with pain, as in “if I brave the cold and wind, maybe the coming year will be a good one?” Each sailor has his or her own reason for racing on Jan. 1, and it must be a good one, for racers come back year after year, and even their children and grandchildren join in.

 

Schreiber Sports: Scores and More

Written by Stephanie Joannon, Friday, 15 January 2010 00:00

When you hear about all that is right in sports, look no further than the Port wrestling program…Coach Anthony Schettino has put together a team that is riding a three match winning streak with close wins last week….Last week also held the PYA/Alumni reunion recognition before the match against Plainview JFK…Monday the 18th is the Busby Classic beginning at 10 at Schreiber which honors Hall of Fame former Schreiber wrestling coach Bob Busby….The team that is running the hottest winning streak is girls gymnastics…with victories over Great Neck and Roslyn the team is coming into its own…home matches are at Sousa elementary at 5..check the website for their schedule…Boys basketball will host rival Carey on Tuesday the 19th at home at 6:15 p.m…This will also be boys PYA night so pack the house!...Girls basketball is having a fine season and in second place in the conference…games on Thursday and Saturday the 16th against first place Herricks at home will be the places to be…Our cheerleaders and Portettes put on a nice halftime show which adds to the great sports atmosphere at basketball games…Numerous PRs were set at the Armory at the Hispanic Games for boys and girls winter track…That’s the update…come watch the games for more than just the scores!!!!

 

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