Syosset High School Senior Megan Assmus Makes History
Friday night the tension was high at Syosset High School's home game against East Meadow. Megan Assmus, #11 and a point guard for Syosset, took it in stride and did well in another game. Gracefully dribbling down the court and shooting, she scored five points in the first quarter. With 4:05 left in the second quarter, Assmus hit a 3-pointer, immediately stole an in-bound pass and sunk a layup to become the first young women ever to score 1,000 career points in Syosset High School Girl's Basketball history.
Syosset Fire Department Reports Number of Alarms for 2004
The Syosset Volunteer Fire Department recently released its 2004 Alarm and Response Report. The report is a tally of all calls received and responded to by the department throughout the year and includes calls ranging from automatic alarms to reports of house fires, automobile accidents and medical emergencies. The number of calls for calendar year 2004 was 1,996. This surpasses last year's total of 1,975 and is now the second highest number recorded in Syosset history, second only to 1999, when the SFD responded to 2,035 incidents.
Syosset Youth Football Pee Wee White NSFL Super Bowl Champions
The 2004 Syosset Pee Wee White football team has accomplished what no other Syosset team has done before - they won the 2004 NFC Eastern Conference Super Bowl Championship by defeating football power house North Babylon 24-6. However, winning the championship was not the only lesson learned by the 7 and 8 year old boys who played their hearts out all season. Lessons of discipline, responsibility, courage, bravery and sacrifice were the battle cry from Coach Ed Klobus, Jim Carchietta, Robert Speranza, and Tom Yacavone throughout the course of the season. These lessons were taught to also to be applied not only on the field, but to be applied at home and in the classroom.
New York Mets Baseball Academy Teams Up With Syosset Baseball
Syosset Baseball Association recently announced the registration for the second annual New York Mets Baseball Academy camp.
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