The Roslyn High School Tennis Doubles Team of Paige Mintz and Melissa Edelblum became Nassau County Champion winners on Oct. 11 in a competition that garnered Roslyn High School its first doubles title in team history.
Coach Victoria Schnittger decided to pair the two, her best singles players, for the championships. Paige and Melissa had to battle it out with third-seeded Roslyn doubles team Marissa Bernstein and Samantha Richman, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4.
According to Athletic Director Joanna Commander, it was the only loss all season for the doubles team of Marissa and Samantha.
All four students were All-State and will compete in the New York State Tennis Championships in Syracuse on Nov. 6-9.
It has been some time since Mineola varsity golf coach Al Weidlein has had something special on his hands. While golf has received unfettered support from the athletic administration of the Mineola School District, building a successful squad is a challenge in a community without facilities. Playing against schools such as Herricks, Hicksville, East Meadow, Locust Valley, Cold Spring Harbor and Roslyn, the Mustangs face competition from schools that regularly play on prestigious, private courses. This year, though, coach Weidlein has two individuals who may be among the best to wear the Mustang red and black upon the green.
The annual Roslyn High School Homecoming celebration will take place next weekend on Saturday, Oct. 24.
The community is invited to enjoy the Homecoming Parade beginning at noon. Participants will begin lining up in front of Roslyn High School at 11:45 am. The parade will go through the Village of Roslyn and conclude at the high school.
The 1909 Alco-6 Racer, the famed car also known as la Bete Noir or the Black Beast, will be featured at the 25th Annual Great Neck Plaza Annual AutoFest and Street Festival to be held on Sunday, Oct. 11, from noon – 5 p.m. The Alco-6 Black Beast Racer gained prominence for its consecutive victories in the 1909 and 1910 Vanderbilt Cup Races held on the Long Island Motor Parkway and for participating in the first Indy 500 Race held in 1911.
The Roslyn High School boys’ track team hopes to build on its outstanding spring season, when many players won individual conference and division honors, and Roslyn finished on top in its conference for the first time in decades.
Emily Lipari has won many honors and many championships in her legendary track and field career at Roslyn High School.
Now Emily is a media celebrity. This fall, she graces the cover of the October issue of ESPN’s Rise magazine, which features the top high school athletes in the United States.
Emily has been the New York State cross country champion for the last two years, and has finished 6th and 11th in the last two Foot Locker national championships.
The article talks about her high expectations for herself in the upcoming season. “This summer is probably the hardest I’ve ever trained,” she is quoted as saying. Emily’s Roslyn High School coach Vera Trenchfield is also quoted in the article.
Entering his 13th season as the boys soccer coach at Mineola, Paul Pereira looks to welcome a record sixth consecutive playoff berth and ninth overall. The rebirth of the program has brought notoriety to the school and select placement in one of Nassau County’s top conferences.
Each year, the Mustangs, who include a number of players from the Roslyn area, fine tune a core group of individuals around a singular presence and develop bench strength without the pressure of a “win at all costs” regular season. The task in 2009 is no different for the Mustangs.
On Oct. 3, the American Legion Post 160, Great Neck, will be sponsoring the Seaside Horses for Heroes barbecue fundraiser for wounded soldiers who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Horses for Heroes is a therapeutic riding program for disabled veterans that motivates veterans with learning or intellectual impairments. It helps to increase concentration, calmness and independence.
The fundraiser will be held from noon to 6 p.m. at the Alert Fire Department’s Benevolent Hall, 68 Steamboat Road, Great Neck. The price for a ticket is $20. All are invited to attend.
Students at Charles Water Karate & Fitness located 122 Hillside Avenue in Williston Park, have received belt promotions after successfully completing a series of extensive exams.
“Our goal at Charles Water’s Karate & Fitness is to facilitate mental growth enabling our students to reach their highest potential as human beings,” said Charles Water, owner and director of the school. Our studio teaches students how to defend themselves responsibly while instilling self-confidence, self-discipline and respect for others.”
Congratulations to the following graduates: from Williston Park – Sean Hembach; Black Belts: from Williston Park – Christopher Hembach and Linda Caputo.
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