Syosset Baseball Association is proud to launch the inaugural year of summer intramural baseball for all Syosset Baseball players who love baseball and want to continue playing throughout the summer.
Four very tough local athletes: Kim Solomine, Glen Malings and Jason Israel of Syosset, and Michael Starr of Plainview – were among the 150 endurance athletes who successfully completed the 8th annual Long Island Greenbelt Trail Runs on May 8.
It’s “watch the birdie” time for girls playing in SYAC Girls Softball this spring. The first of two Photo Nights was held at Syosset-Woodbury Park. Instructional (K-1) and Senior (6-9) Leagues assembled by team on May 10. Pony (2-3) and Junior (4-5) Leagues will have team photos taken on Monday evening, May 17. More than 400 girls from Syosset, Woodbury and Jericho are playing SYAC this spring. SYAC is also fielding four travel teams. For more information on SYAC Girls Softball: www.syacgs.org.
This Mother’s Day, the first and second grade boy’s red team hosted Port Washington for their third game of the season. Players Nicolas Accardo, AJ Alexander, Logan Farrell, Josh Novick, Alexander Davis, Victor Di Re, Michael Forte, Sam Jaffee, Johnny Maccarone, Nicholas Andersen, Rajat Shah, Maanuv Allu, and Kent Sato stepped on the field and played strong the entire game. The game ended in an 8-8 tie, with good play from both teams. The boys all demonstrated great teamwork and enthusiasm for the game supporting their 2-0-1 record.
The Rough Riders, Long Island’s premier soccer franchise located in Plainview, is proud to announce an official partnership with West Ham United International Academy.
The Rough Riders will be the exclusive affiliate for West Ham United on Long Island. The partnership initially entails player identification and developmental at the youth level.
Syosset Baseball Association ceremoniously opened its 56th year of intramural baseball on Wednesday, April 10 with one opening day game.
The game, planned at the end of last intramural season to have an official opening day, was carved out with the two championship teams from the Major League Division championship game from last year: TJM Consulting, managed by Tony Maracic vs. Island Orthodontics, managed by Lou Del Maestro.
With the singing of the national anthem and a ceremonial first pitch, the SYAC spring season of softball got under way under sunny skies on April 19 at Syosset Woodbury Park.
Eric Basile, one of the best young epee fencers in the nation, will be representing the United States at the 2010 Aramis International Team Championships held this May in Paris, France.
The third grade boys lacrosse team improved their record to 2-0 with an impressive 6-2 win over Northport. The Braves were led by Christian Lyons with four goals and one assist, Jack Rooney’s one goal and three assists, and Jack Monfort’s one goal and one assist. Jason Yacavone and Dylan Hein split time in the goal and did a great job. Matt Losquadro and Nick Hrelja played great on attack, with Nick narrowly missing a goal when he hit a pipe in the 2nd quarter. The midfield of Nick Carchietta, Andrew Bonapace, Michael Anastasio, Erica Haas, Charlie Zandieh, Drew Cohen and Troy Douglas all played outstanding, scooping up numerous groundballs and running them down the field. Andrew Giovinco had another outstanding week at the faceoff X, winning all five of his face-offs. The defense of Ryan Lebson, Matt Majoy, Joseph Cawley, Jacob Katz, James Galvin, and Daniel Shapiro shut down the Northport attack limiting them to a few opportunities. Coaches Jimmy Lyons, Chris Hein and Eric Majoy were very pleased with the effort of the boys.
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