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Cyclones Travel Softball Teams Pile Up The Wins

Friday, 28 September 2012 00:00

The three Syosset Cyclones teams continued to pile up the wins in softball games this past weekend. The Cyclones comprise the travel division of SYAC Girls Softball.

The U12 squad, playing in East Meadow under cloudless early fall skies, took on a well-schooled Massapequa gold team. They jumped to an early lead on timely hitting and aggressive baserunning and won the game 8-6.

 

Seven-Year Old Braves Face Off Against Bellmore

Friday, 21 September 2012 00:00

The Syosset Braves 7-year old football team rolled into Bellmore looking to avenge last year’s loss by one touchdown to the Bellmore Braves “A” team. After an opening possession touchdown run from Braden Sosnik, it looked like Syosset was well on its way. The extra point was punched in by quarterback Kyle Joe, and Syosset led 7-0.

However, Bellmore took advantage of a broken play scrambling down field to answer back with their own touchdown. Syosset was able to stop Bellmore’s extra point attempt by stuffing the run up the middle, and Syosset still led 7-6. Syosset’s second possession saw a systematic offense bring the ball down the field and end with a scoring run by Jack LaBianca. However, Bellmore was able to stop the extra point attempt run by Avery Kurtzer, stopping him just short of the goal line. Syosset led 13-6.

 

SYAC Travel Softball Teams Continue Their Winning Ways

Friday, 21 September 2012 00:00

The Syosset Cyclones, whose three squads comprise the travel division of SYAC Girls Softball, piled up the wins in games this past weekend.

The U9 squad, playing against the Lady Cobras in Roslyn on Sunday, Sept. 16, cruised to an 11-9 win. The team’s record is now 2-0.

 

Syosset Youth Football And Cheerleading League Opens Fall Season

Friday, 14 September 2012 09:17

The Syosset Youth Football & Cheerleading League had its opening weekend this past Sunday, Sept. 9 at the turf field in Syosset-Woodbury Park. It was a beautiful day to watch the teams play.

The 7 Year Olds

The 7-year-old Syosset Braves kicked off their season with a home opener against the much feared Garden City Thunder. Picking up right where they left off last year, the opening play saw quarterback Avery Kurtzer handing the ball to Braden Sosnik who ran for a 70-yard touchdown. Nick Polizotto weaved his way in for the extra point to give Syosset 7-0 lead after their first possession.

 

Jericho Jayhawks Open Football Season With A Blistery Victory

Friday, 14 September 2012 09:15

Team beats Friends Academy 25-8 on windy Saturday, Sept. 8

Saturday, Sept. 8, could have been like any other opening day for Varsity football, however, reminiscent of the tornado-like winds in the area that day, the Jericho Jayhawks blew into Locust Valley and beat Friends Academy 25-8. The afternoon was filled with high winds and fumbles as the crowd was entertained by freshman Donovan Condon, who ran for 93 yards during his varsity debut.

With the wind at his back, Jericho kicker Jake Zorfas started off by booting one into the end zone for a touchback, where Friends started their first drive from the 20-yard line. The Friends’ quarterback went to pitch the ball to his running back, which was fumbled, on the first play of the game; Jericho recovered the ball. Four plays later, Ian Green handed off to Condon who ran for a 14-yard touchdown. The extra point was good, and the score was 7-0 Jericho at only three minutes into the first quarter.

 

Perfect Conditions Abound At 23rd Annual Runner’s Edge-TOBAY Triathlon

Friday, 07 September 2012 00:00

With picture perfect weather in beautiful Oyster Bay, the 23rd annual Runner’s Edge - TOBAY Triathlon on Sunday, Aug. 26 was perhaps the most successful ever. The sharp contrast between the beautiful weather this year and the need to cancel the 2011 event because of Hurricane Irene makes one think that Mother Nature “owed us one” and repaid the debt to the Long Island running community in 2012.

Tom Eickelberg of Babylon scored his third consecutive winning performance, crossing the finish line at Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park in a race record of 54 minutes, 58 seconds; an excellent time for this half mile swim, 15 kilometer bike ride and five kilometer run.

 

JAA To Hold Travel Basketball Tryouts

Friday, 07 September 2012 00:00

[Editor’s note: There have been some scheduling changes since this announcement first ran in last week’s edition. Please check the corrected dates and times listed here to make sure your child attends the right tryout.] Tryouts for the Jericho Athletic Association (JAA) Travel Basketball Program have been scheduled. The JAA has assembled another group of coaches this year that will emphasize skill development, game fundamentals and having some fun. Once again, Rob Karen will be running the program.

Please note that all travel players in third through sixth grades will be required to play intramurals. There will be an online permission form that will need to be filled in and brought to the first tryout. There is a $20 tryout fee that must be brought to the first tryout as well. There will be two tryouts per grade. It is highly recommended that each child attend both tryouts to maximize his or her chances of being selected to play travel basketball.

 

Local Runners Score In Sands Point Sprint

Friday, 31 August 2012 09:02

The Long Island running community visited the Sands Point Preserve at the top of the Port Washington peninsula on Saturday morning, August 11, and local athletes from the Plainview-Old Bethpage, Syosset, Woodbury and Jericho communities were quite prominent in the event.

The event was the Sands Point Preserve Sprint for the Feinstein Institute, a five kilometer run that attracted 300 finishers to navigate a unique combination of paved paths, runner-friendly woodland trails, and striking Long Island Sound vistas.

 

JAA To Hold Travel Basketball Tryouts

Friday, 31 August 2012 08:58

Tryouts for the Jericho Athletic Association (JAA) Travel Basketball Program have been scheduled. The JAA has assembled another group of coaches this year who will emphasize skill development, game fundamentals and having some fun. Once again, Rob Karen will be running the program.

Please note that all travel players in third through sixth grades will be required to play intramurals. There will be an online permission form that will need to be filled in and brought to the first tryout. There is a $20 tryout fee that must be brought to the first tryout as well. There will be two tryouts per grade. It is highly recommended that each child attend both tryouts to maximize his or her chances of being selected to play travel basketball.

 

Brannigan And Williams Lead The Way In Record-Breaking 9th Annual Heart & Sole 5K Run

Friday, 24 August 2012 00:00

2012 is continuing to be a breakout year for Mike Brannigan. The 15-year-old East Northport speedster, having previously been the overall winner of the Ronkonkoma 4- Mile Run Around the Lake on June 23 and the Thunder 5K Run at Hidden Pond Park in Hauppauge on July 15, continued his winning ways with a strong win against a tough field in the 9th Annual Heart & Sole 5 Kilometer Run through the streets of Plainview on Sunday morning, July 22.

Brannigan’s winning time of 15 minutes, 48 seconds was a scant one second off the course record 15:47 set by Franklin Diaz of Farmingdale in 2007. Diaz was second overall this year, prevailing for second place honors in a tough stretch duel with Mario Ferone of Plainview. Diaz won the first place plaque in the 25-29 age group, and Ferone took first place in the 15-19 age group.

 

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