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Senior right wing Stephen Schultz, who recorded a career-high five points in a recent 9-2 home-ice victory over the University of Denver, was named WCHA co-Offensive Player of the Week on Tuesday, Nov. 9.
Schultz’s first of two goals in the romp, at 6:35 of the second period, gave the Tigers a lead they never relinquished after falling behind 1-0 in the opening frame of their series finale with DU. The 5-11, 183-pound native of Westbury added three assists in the game, including one on the game-winning tally by freshman left wing Jaden Schwartz.
Continuing the tradition, Homecoming at Carle Place High School was a huge success for the School District and community. This two-day event began on Thursday, Oct. 14 with varsity girls’ soccer and varsity volleyball games and concluded on Friday, Oct. 15 with varsity girls’ tennis, varsity field hockey and our fourth annual “Friday Night Lights” football games.
The 30th Annual Fun Run/Walk Day was a huge success. It was a beautiful day for all to enjoy. We had approximately 135 walkers and runners plus many spectators along the race route and at the finish line. The starter of our race was the Superintendent of Carle Place Schools Mr. David Flatley.
The Westbury High School Green Dragons defeated Great Neck South, 38-9, in a spectacular Homecoming Football Game on Saturday, Oct. 16.
Jourmel Castma had 13 carries for 200 yards and four touchdowns to lead Westbury (3-3) past Great Neck South (1-5) in Conference II. Brandon Wilson had five carries for 100 yards and one touchdown for Westbury. Billy Casseus was 3-for-6 passing for 45 yards and had eight carries for 50 yards and one touchdown for Westbury. Chance Watson and Raevian Jackson had interceptions for Westbury. Edwin Jean-Baptiste had a 20-yard reception for Westbury.
A spectacular school spirit filled the homecoming celebration, which included a pancake breakfast, parade and homecoming game with halftime show. A special thanks to all who made the event such a success!
Continuing the administration’s tradition of acknowledging North Hempstead residents for outstanding accomplishments and contributions, Supervisor Jon Kaiman, Councilman Angelo P Ferrara, and North Hempstead Elected Officials paid tribute recently to a New Hyde Park girl’s softball team who went undefeated for 17 games on their journey to becoming the first ever in the 9-10 age group, boys or girls, to win the Eastern Regional Championship.
The Carle Place Civic Association will be hosting its 31st Family Fun Run/Walk Day on Oct. 24. Registration will be held on Oct. 23 from 10 a.m. to noon in the Carle Place High School lobby and on Sunday, Oct. 24 from 10 a.m. to noon. Race starts at 1 p.m. Participants can walk or run alone or with your family. Registration fee is $10, which includes an event T-shirt.
The Wheatley School held its “Homecoming on Friday, Sept. 24. The event was a collaborative effort of the new Wildcat Athletic Foundation, the PTO’s of the East Williston School District, the Board of Education and Athletic Departments from both East Williston and Carle Place.
The community came together to support all Wheatley’s Varsity teams and two Junior Varsity teams. Competing against Oyster Bay High School, the Varsity Boys’ Soccer team won 2-0 while the Varsity Girls’ Soccer game ended in a 3-3 tie. The Varsity Girls’ Volleyball team defeated the Oyster Bay team, winning three consecutive games.
The New York Islanders are currently several years deep into their rebuilding process, but seven months from now, the team fully intends on securing one of eight playoff spots in the National Hockey League’s Eastern Conference.
At the Islanders Media Day on Tuesday, Sept. 21, Anton Newspapers was invited to an on-ice practice and locker room session with the team during training camp, and the energy surrounding the team mirrored its playoffs-or-bust mentality.
In its 2010 season opener, the Chiefs 9-year-old team continued its winning ways from last season and beat the Hicksville Crusaders 33-20. The Chiefs Offense led by hard to catch quarterback Michael O’Connell had three touchdown runs and was able to move the ball because of the great blocking by the offensive line of Nick Monteforte, Kevin Parente, Patrick McTiernan, Anthony Giunta, Andrew Cho, Dylan Vincenti and Tight End Jason Eccher.
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