All four of Nassau County’s 9-hole golf courses are offering a special weekday discount.
The four such courses are Christopher Morley, located in Roslyn, plus Cantiague Park, North Woodmere and Bay Park.
“With these lower green fee prices, golfers of all skill levels are invited to continue to enjoy our 9-hole county golf courses at an even more economical and low-cost rate,” said Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano. “Every course provides the perfect setting to enjoy a day of golf.”
Five Viking lacrosse players received post-season honors at the Nassau County Lacrosse Coaches Association’s annual dinner held last month at the Crest Hollow Country Club. The dinner honors outstanding lacrosse players from Nassau County.
Senior Michael DeVincenzo and junior Dan Grabher were both named All County as well as Academic All County. DeVincenzo, a two-year starter at attack, lead the team with 26 goals and 39 assists. He was also the team captain. Grabher, a two-way midfielder, amassed 22 goals and 127 ground balls with a 77 percent face-off win percentage despite a midseason injury.
A basketball horse tournament will be held on Saturday, July 14 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Christopher Morley Park on Searingtown Road in Roslyn. A one-on-one round robin tournament will provide fun as you match your basketball skills against others in your skill and age bracket.
East Hills resident Lisa Hiller has been qualified by USA Triathlon (USAT) to compete at the Age Group National Championships to be held in Burlington, VT on Aug. 18.
On Tuesday, June 26, Roslyn Little League held its annual meeting at which time the following officers were elected for the upcoming year: David Ozer, president; Michelle Brier, executive vice president; Aaron Drucker, secretary; Brian Meyerson, treasurer; and Brett Nussbaum, immediate past president.
In addition, the following individuals round out the executive board of the Roslyn Little League: Steve Mussman, Kraig Fox, Bill DiSanti, Michele Bruck, Chris Mongeluzo, Ira Newman, Jim Tullman, Kevin Lang and Scott Bernstein.
On Tuesday, June 19, the Roslyn Cardinals won the Roslyn Girls Majors Division with an 11-4 win over their opponent in a contest at The Park at East Hills. Top row: Assistant Coach Gene Spiegelman, Manager Brian Feingold and Assistant Coach Brad Cash. Middle row: Emily Cohen, Amanda Feingold, Estee Sharabani, Jillian Pion, Samantha Mussman and Samantha Spector. Bottom Row: Dylan Spier, Ariel Spiegelman, Alexa Irom, Lara Mansbach and Morgan Cash.
Every year, the crowds keep getting larger at the Empire Challenge High School All-Star game, one that pits the best football players from Long Island against those from New York City. This year, on Tuesday, June 19, 12,418 people packed into Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium to witness one of the most lopsided wins in the game’s history as a talented Long Island squad defeated the city team, 31-7.
The game benefits an array of charities, including the Boomer Esiason Foundation for cystic fibrosis research, the Gunnar H. Esiason (Boomer’s son) Scholarship Fund and various youth football programs. Esiason is an East Islip native who starred at both the University of Maryland and in the National Football League for the Cincinnati Bengals and the New York Jets. Esiason also hosts the popular morning sports talk show, “Boomer and Carton In The Morning” on WFAN and that, too, has contributed to the game’s increasing popularity.
New York State Senator Jack Martins recently congratulated the Herricks Wrestling team on a successful season. He is with co-captains Mike Vespe and Andrew Farrell as well as coaches Mike Miller and Cliff Forziat, who presented Senator Martins with a Herricks wrestling sweatshirt.
Nina Hadzibabic of Roslyn High School and Ariel Fieldman and William Schiela, both of The Wheatley School, are among the Long Island students who have been named as Scholar Athletes by News 12 Long Island and Capital One Bank. Katherine Paolano of Cold Spring Harbor and Kasey Stolba of Harborfields High School are the 2011–2012 high school Scholar Athlete Scholarship recipients.
Additionally, each of the 30 students received $1,000 scholarships from Capital One Bank. The scholarships were presented at the 25th Annual News 12 Long Island Scholar Athlete awards dinner at the Woodbury Country Club on Monday, June 11.
Tom Lipari of Greenvale crosses the finish line with a time of 16:56 at the Sixth Annual 5K Run/Walk and Children’s Fun Run at Sid Jacobson JCC. Lipari finished first place in a field of 150 participants. The race raised funds for Strength to Strength, the JCC’s free cancer wellness group, and various special needs fitness programs. Needless to say, the Lipari’s are the First Family of long distance runners on Long Island.
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