This past January, Ryan Burke emerged victorious at the St. Aidans Pack #221 Pinewood Derby at the annual Pack Night Pinewood Derby races for the Tiger Cub division. As the evening went on, there was loads of fun and cheering for all the various levels of Tigers, Wolves, Bears Webelos I and II.
At the end of the evening, Ryan was entered in the final races to determine the overall pack winner and his car, the Golden Bullitt, won all of those heats as well. He finished as the overall winner of the pack, never losing a single heat and is now headed to the district Pinewood Derby races in March. This was the first time that a Tiger Cub has ever won the overall night’s races. The competition resumes in March.
Student-athletes were recognized for their achievements at the Winter Sports Award program at Roslyn High School on March 3. Eleven teams and 216 student athletes competed in the winter season.
Athletic Director Joanna Commander paid tribute to the teams and students who earned special acknowledgement for their achievements. Four teams experienced the thrill of post-season competition, including both the girls and boys basketball teams which played in very tough conferences. A very young gymnastics team improved dramatically over the season and had many individual achievements. The girls and boys winter track teams were also acknowledged for an exceptional season.
SJD Media, coached by Stu Dinetz and Roy Greif, won its second consecutive Roslyn Booster Basketball championship on Feb. 6 at the Roslyn Middle School, as they defeated Dundy Glass 37-28.
The Concerned Citizens for Roslyn Youth, Inc. in cooperation with Roslyn Public Schools presented the Harlem Magic Masters performing in an exciting basketball game vs. the Roslyn Dream Team on Feb. 24 at Roslyn High School.
The Roslyn High School girls’ basketball squad started Nassau County Class A playoff action with a convincing 53-44 away win over New Hyde Park. But that momentum couldn’t last, as the Lady Bulldogs saw their winning season come to an end last Tuesday, as they fell to Garden City, 70-42.
Playing on the road, Roslyn fell behind 20-7 in the first quarter and was never able to catch up. They played even with Garden City in both the second and third quarters, but the first quarter deficit proved too large to overcome.
After competing in qualifying rounds with hundreds of drivers from around the country, Michael Mineo-Nardacci, the East Hills-based race car driver, is set to take off as one of the 25 drivers in the 2010 Jetta TDI Cup.
Concerned Citizens of Roslyn, Inc. in cooperation with the Roslyn Public Schools will be hosting a basketball game on Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 7:00 p.m. at Roslyn High School. The game will be between the Harlem Magic Masters and the Roslyn Dream Team.
Continuing the success of their regular season, the Roslyn High School girls’ basketball squad won the opening contest of Nassau County Class A playoff action recently, defeating New Hyde Park in a convincing 53-44 away game.
As she has all season long, Stefanie Klapper paced Roslyn on offense. In the win over New Hyde Park, Stefanie had her best game of the year, scoring 29 points, including 24 in the second half as Roslyn pulled away with a 10-2 run in the third quarter to seal the win.
This past Saturday, Roslyn Booster basketball’s Johns Hopkins team won the Boys 6 championship game, in what was clearly the most exciting game of the season. This remarkable team of boys played an inspiring offense and phenomenal defense to beat the number one ranked team to become this year’s champions. The Johns Hopkins team include: Bottom row, left to right: Franklin Merlis, Jordan Hurwitz, Ryan Golub, Guy Vitacco, Ben Hirschfeld. Top Row, Michael McClearly, Hunter Pomerantz, and David Aronoff. Coaches: Cary Golub, Warren Hurwitz.
It’s the deep of winter, but Roslyn Little League is now looking for umpires for the coming season.
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