The Roslyn Marching Bulldogs have had a very busy week. They performed at the Newsday Marching Band Festival at Hofstra University on Thursday, Oct. 20 and then at the New York State Field Band Conference, hosted by Mineola High School on Saturday, Oct. 22. Their fun and energetic performance was rewarded with a second place award in their class. Following an intense week of rehearsals, the Bulldogs will be traveling to Phoenix, New York on Saturday, Oct. 29 for their final competition before taking part in the State Championships at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse on Sunday, Oct. 30.
News 12 Long Island recently recognized William “BJ” Schiela, a senior at The Wheatley School, for his all-around achievement in scholarship, athletics, leadership, and school service. The Scholar-Athlete Recognition Program was started by Bob Wolff, the News 12 Long Island director of sports, in 1988. Each week during the school year, an outstanding Long Island student-athlete is recognized and profiled. On Oct. 13, News 12 Sports anchor, Jamie Stewart, visited Wheatley to present the News 12 Long Island Scholar-Athlete Recognition Award to BJ and film his day at school and his athletic activities. The segment was shown on the News 12 telecast that evening. You can view the video segment on the News 12 website or at www.ewsdonline.org.
There was no parade down Roslyn Road this year, but the day was a big success anyway, as Roslyn High School celebrated its annual Homecoming last Saturday, Oct. 1.
A unique part of the festivities was a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the reopening of the Roslyn High School cafeteria. With tight school budgets the order of the day, the Roslyn community pitched in to help the facility undergo a much-needed and successful transformation into a cafeteria that better serves the high school student body. According to school district officials, the cafeteria now resembles a college union with more seating capacity and is now more inviting and user-friendly. In addition, the area is Wi-Fi-enabled, making it a perfect meeting place for students at the high school.
Roslyn High School Marching Bulldog Alumni, Faye Sun (‘11) and Lauren Passaro (‘10) have teamed up together again as members of Boston College’s Screaming Eagles Marching Band Color Guard.
Sunday, Sept. 25 saw the successful completion of another softball season with the playing of the Mayor’s Softball Tournament Championship game at the Park at East Hills.
The New York Islanders announced on Sept. 8 the launch of their campaign to celebrate their 40-Year Anniversary. The Islanders played their first National Hockey League season in 1972 and are proud to celebrate 40 years on Long Island.
The theme for the Islanders’ upcoming season is “Commitment,” representing the organization’s ongoing commitment to its fans and the Long Island community.
Roslyn resident Max Siegelman, the Oneonta State senior goalkeeper, recently captured a pair of honors after leading the Red Dragons to an unbeaten record last week.
The veteran net minder was selected as the Player of the Week in the SUNYAC and then was selected as the ECAC Division III Upstate Defensive Player of the Week.
The Roslyn Marching Bulldogs successfully kicked off their season this past weekend at Brentwood High School.
The band executed a highly animated performance debuting their new show, The Playdate. High energy on the field coupled with brightly colored dancer and color guard costumes, as well as entertaining children’s themed music provided for a spectacular performance.
Exciting softball games, featuring talented athletes from East Hills and its surroundings began on Sunday, Sept. 18 at the Park at East Hills.
The Mayor’s Softball Tournament Championship game will be held on Sunday, Sept. 25 at 8:30 a.m. and residents and nonresidents are invited to attend the festivities and cheer for their favorite team.
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