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Knights of Columbus “Shoot-Out”

Friday, 15 January 2010 00:00
The Knights of Columbus “ Free Throw Contest” will be held on Thursday, Jan. 28, 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.

Long Island Colts Rugby High School Team Seeks Members

Friday, 08 January 2010 00:00

Registration is currently underway for 45 positions to form the under 19s and under 15s Long Island Colts boys rugby teams. Season dues are $150.


Port North Basketball

Friday, 08 January 2010 00:00

Port North Legends seventh-grade team pulled away in the 2nd half to win the battle of unbeaten teams 53-26 over FE Hoops to run their record to 5-0. The well balanced front court of Noah Linder, Luke Cummings, Conor Jenkinson, Tom Frey and Mike Mongelli controlled things inside. The deep back court of Eric Beil, Sean Callahan, Kyle Cohen, Mano Beys, Greg Petrossian and Brendan Brady controlled the tempo. The hard work this team put in during the spring and fall seasons is now paying off.


Lady Vikings Rock the Garden

Friday, 01 January 2010 00:00
On Saturday night, Dec. 19, while the area was in the midst of a chilling snowstorm, it was heating up at Madison Square Garden as the Lady Vikings took on opponent Mineola in a non-league girls basketball game. The Lady Vikings had a team lunch in town before taking the Long Island Rail Road to the game. Everyone with a ticket had the opportunity to watch the men’s college basketball game of Duke vs. Gonzaga before the “feature” game of girls basketball. The Garden was gracious as the team was able to use the locker rooms and receive all the benefits of a professional team playing on the Garden floor. Schreiber’s own Voice of the Vikings, John Broza realized his lifelong dream of announcing at Madison Square Garden. Coach Dennis Trottier spearheaded the logistics to have the team play at the Garden. The team sold 350 tickets. Senior co-captain Katie Weil, excited from the first day she heard the team was playing in the “world’s most famous arena” said, “Being able to say you score at the Garden is pretty incredible.” A high spot for the team was when sophomore guard Emily Rosenthal, taking no chances with the multiple three point lines on the Garden floor, hit an NBA three pointer. The support from the community, boys basketball team and coaches and so many in the Port community made for a special event. Congrats to Coach Trotts and Coach Gil on making for a great event.

On the Bay: January 1, 2010

Written by Andrea Watson Friday, 01 January 2010 00:00

Email is a wonderful thing, when it works, which is most of the time. At the end of this past summer, though, an important email to your columnist did not arrive for whatever reason. A call to the Port Washington YC on another matter brought up the fact that these junior sailors’ accomplishments never were published. So to remedy this error, please see the list of winners from the Junior Sailing Program at Port Washington YC. Please keep in mind that this is a big program and all the children are not listed here. But each and every one of them is a winner for myriad reasons. It may be that one young child overcame his or her fear of even getting on a boat. Or a 420 racer moved up one notch on the leader board. Or it could be that a child just had one great time “messing around in boats.”


Aquatic Center Offers College Students Membership Deal During Winter Break

Friday, 25 December 2009 00:00

For college students from Nassau County, winter break doesn’t have to mean a month of inactivity. The Nassau County Aquatic Center is offering Nassau County residents who are college students the opportunity to swim and work out through a short-term winter break membership.


Port Wrestling Team Off to Strong Start

Friday, 25 December 2009 00:00

The Port Washington Wrestling team is off to a strong start. The wrestling team led by head coach Anthony Schettino, assistant coach Dave Foxen and volunteer coach Tony Coccarelli opened the season finishing a strong 4th place out of 12 teams at the Hank Paris Tournament. The team fell short one point behind perennial powerhouse Plainedge High School. After advancing three to the finals they finished the day with two champions Luke Klumpp and Mike O’Brien, one runner-up Michael Froccaro, three thirds Raffy Donado, Christian Castillo and Harry Weinstein and two fourths Noah Tanenbaum and Lev Pinkus.


Nassau County Golf Courses Shift to Winter Schedule

Friday, 18 December 2009 00:00

Winter weather may be here, but the county continues to provide ample opportunity for golfers to work on their games, with four courses and all three driving ranges remaining open through the season, as weather allows. All the courses open at around 7 a.m. during the winter.


On the Bay: December 18, 2009

Written by Andrea Watson Friday, 18 December 2009 00:00

Now that the holiday season is in full swing, it might be a good time to take some time out – get away from the hustle and bustle of shopping, parties, cooking, and all the things we do to celebrate the season. What, you say? Take time out now? Are you crazy? Well possibly, but there is a wonderful story that has hit the media that is just the cure for the frazzled. It is about two people who never knew each other. One was an 18-year old woman, the other a 42-year old man. One a swimmer, one a sailor. But their stories are similar – how facing terminal illness, their faith in humanity was affirmed. And how the “Olympic spirit” is not fiction and the love of water can make someone unsinkable.


Schreiber Sports – ‘Scores and More’

Written by Stephanie Joannon, Director of Athletics Friday, 11 December 2009 00:00
The weather is turning chilly and that means that winter sports have now begun. This weekend will be the first full weekend of sports so check the website for all the updated information and come and cheer on the teams….First up, the Lady Vikings Tournament…Port will be hosting Cold Spring Harbor at 7 on Friday the 11th…the consolation and championship games are on Saturday at noon and 2…want to make it a full day of hoops? The JV2 boys will play early on the 12th in their first home game at 9:30….Boys basketball will play its league opener at home against Farmingdale on Dec. 15……JV game at 4:30 Varsity game at 6:15…Winter track competed at the Nassau Coaches meet at the Armory last weekend. Both teams had great representation and the kick off to what is hoped to be a great track season has begun….The Battle of the Buildings basketball fundraiser raised over $3,500 to use toward the new scorers table and chairs in the gymnasium…we will looking sharp this season!...Boys wrestling competed in the Hark Paris tournament last weekend…we had three top seeds in the tournament…The wrestlers don’t have a home meet until January so unless you go to the away games, check here for all the news…Boys and girls bowling, boys swimming and girls gymnastics have not begun yet….Tickets are just about sold out for the girls basketball game at Madison Square Garden on Dec. 19 at 6:45 p.m. The pre-game is Duke vs Gonzaga mens basketball at 4 p.m. A $20 ticket gets you in to both games! More later…..

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