The championship and victorious team members of the Mayor’s Softball Trophy Tournament were congratulated by Mayor Koblenz and the East Hills Board of Trustees at the Board of Trustees meeting held in March.
The mayor thanked the leaders of the program, Peter Wagner and Stewart Faden, who he said had built the event into one of the “finest of its kind anywhere. They have performed an important role for our village and this year, once again, we had the finest, most competitive games which were close-fought with exciting action up to the last pitch.”
Much as we remember the teachers who most impressed us in our school days, the athletic stars of our youth also resonate in our memories. Roslyn resident and attorney Bob Sack, a member of the basketball Hall of Fame at Hunter College, is one such athlete. Back in the day, when Sack was a hot shooting forward for Hunter, he so impressed future Fox Sports commentator Charley Rosen that Rosen recently referred to him in one of his columns.
The featured speaker at the Tuesday, April 16 meeting of the Greater Long Island Running Club will be veteran Ironman Triathlete Barbara Cronin-Stagnari of Mineola, who recently added to her incredible athletic resume by successfully completing her first ultramarathon at the Caumsett State Park USA Track & Field 50 Kilometer National Championship Run on March 7. She scored as the third place Masters woman in Caumsett.
With the 2009-2010 season over, several players from the North Shore High School Girls Basketball team received End of Year Awards recognition from opposing coaches.
On Sunday March 21, at St. Mary’s in Manhasset, St. Aidans beat
Our Lady of Loretto from Hempstead 46-40 to win the Seventh Grade CYO ‘A’ Division Long Island Championship.
This St. Aidans team made history as they won back-to-back CYO titles.
Point Guard Thomas O’Connell led all scorers with 15 points and Center Sam Fieldman had 15 rebounds.
The Roslyn Marching Bulldogs have been invited to perform at next year’s Orange Bowl Game and Parade, one of the most prominent events in the nation for marching bands.
The East Coast Conference has announced that its head coaches have selected the Queens College Knights’ Chloe Johnson to the 2009-10 all-Rookie Women’s Basketball team.
Sophomore Melissa Ugelow, a Roslyn resident and currently a member of Muhlenberg College women’s indoor track and field team, was named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for excellence in the classroom and on the track and the All-Centennial Conference sportsmanship team.
Roslyn High School senior Matt Goldberg will be attending Franklin and Marshall College to play college lacrosse next year.
There’s no stopping Emily Lipari, New York State’s reigning champion of the mile run.
Just days after receiving a rousing ovation at the Roslyn High School Winter Sports Awards program for her past accomplishments, Emily won the 1,500-meter Federation championship on Saturday, March 6 at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
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