Keith Hernandez held a book signing June 27 at Borders of Westbury and hundreds of baseball fans had an opportunity to receive autographed copies of the former first baseman’s new book, Shea Good-Bye: The Untold Inside Story of the Historic 2008 Season. Hernandez also took some time out before the signing to speak with Anton Community Newspapers about his years in Flushing and the demolition of Shea Stadium.
Adults, children and teens all participated in May Madness sponsored by Charles Water Karate & Fitness, located at 122 Hillside Avenue in Williston Park. This month’s challenge had seven goals that were to be completed May 30.
While sports fans in the New York area were focused on the U.S. Open, held recently in Farmingdale, an East Hills resident has continued her own mastery of another longtime golf tournament.
Jesse Reich from The Wheatley School in Old Westbury has been honored as the “News 12 Long Island/Citibank Scholar Athlete of the Week,” an award that recognizes significant achievements in the classroom, as well as on the playing field.
In the dictionary next to the word “tireless” there could very well be a photo of Mira Martincich, Roslyn’s athletic director who is retiring at the end of June after 32 years in the school district. No matter the season, the weather or the time of day or night, Dr. M was quite literally always there. For a generation of students, teachers, coaches and parents, she has been the face and spirit of Roslyn athletics.
As noted in last week’s issue of The Roslyn News, students in Maggie Connolly’s fourth grade class at The Green Vale School were visited by New York Giants linebacker and long snapper Zak DeOssie.
The day was a special one for a variety of reasons: Miss Connolly and Zak are both graduates of Brown University; as a professional football player, Zak is a Pro Bowler and a member of the Giants’ incredible 2008 Super Bowl team. Zak is the son of Steve DeOssie, himself a former Giant great and a member of the 1991 Super Bowl-winning Giant squad. Steve and Zak represent the only father/son combination to win a Super Bowl for the same team. Who knows when that will happen again? Pictured below are more photos from the exciting day at Green Vale.
The 18 holers Beautification Tournament was played on Tuesday, June 2 at the Plandome Country Club. The winners were:
1st Net: Maureen Paladino/Pat Patton 62
2nd Net: Helen Connors/Maureen Costello 63 MOC
3rd Net: Megan Trotta/Louise Klimuszko 63
4th Net: Cathy Dodge/Doreen Crimmins 65 MOC
5th Net: Laurice Healy/Kathy Pawlak 65.
Students in Maggie Connolly’s fourth grade class at The Green Vale School had a very special visitor to their classroom in May – New York Giant’s linebacker and long snapper Zak DeOssie. Miss Connolly and Zak, both graduates of Brown University, have been friends for years and she knows how restless he can get during the off-season. An afternoon with her class was a fun and energized event that her students will never forget.
An exciting season and year in Roslyn Athletics was celebrated at Roslyn High School’s annual Spring Sports Awards program on Monday, June 1.
A capacity audience in the auditorium cheered the many accomplishments of Roslyn’s student-athletes. Roslyn Athletics also paid tribute to Dr. Mira Martincich, who is retiring at the end of the June after 32 years in the district, including 20 years as director of Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics.
The Roslyn Boys Varsity Tennis team always plays a tough schedule. Playing in Conference I means facing teams like Cold Spring Harbor, Syosset, and Jericho. The Roslyn Varsity tennis team finished second in Conference 1 with a 10-4 record, which gave them home court advantage when they met Long Beach in the semifinals. After a 6-1 victory over Long Beach, the Bulldogs moved on to face Cold Spring Harbor in the finals. After a hard-fought match, Roslyn fell to the Seahawks by a score of 5-2. The Bulldogs finish the year with an overall record of 11-5.
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