The Steelers had a balanced game this week as the girls led the way on offense with 3 TDs. Katie Hecker, Marisa Karlsen and Emma Savino all scored on long runs. Luke Begley ran for one TD and threw for another to Dean Kott who also scored on an 80 yard reverse. Hunter Kinhackl and Andrew Adamo each had nice gains while Luke Eschman spearheaded the defense. Eschman was continuously in good position and has been a lock-down defender for the Steelers all season.
The 2013 OTHG Championship game was played Friday 10/11/13 at Allen Park. It was Paradox Café managed by Don Carlin vs. Autocraft managed by Denny Oehl. Paradox, coming from the losers bracket, needed to win 2 games.
Autocraft only needed one win as they were undefeated in the tournament. It was a cool crisp night with the wind blowing in so the long ball was really not an option. Paradox took the field and set the tone right away playing 5 infielders and only 3 outfielders hoping to neutralize Autocraft’s strong offense, averaging over 30 runs per game in the tournament.
On September 29, 2013 the Farmingdale Lady Dalers hosted a fall lacrosse festival at Farmingdale High School. More than 30 teams participated from across the island to play in an exhibition tournament. Hundreds of supporters showed up to enjoy a beautiful fall day filled with great lacrosse, delicious food and great shopping. This fundraiser event will help offset travel costs and new uniforms for the girls’ lacrosse team. The Lady Dalers would like to thank the athletes, coaches, parents and local fire department for supporting the Farmingdale Girls Lacrosse Team.
PEANUT 1: Luke Begeley, Luke Eschman and Marissa Karlsen (who also had a TD run) formed the “Steel Curtain” on defense this week combining for a total of 14 flags for the Steelers. The offense was firing on all cylinders led by Katie Hecker’s three touchdowns. Dean Kott had an 80-yard TD run, a TD catch and an interception. Emma Savino pitched in with a long TD run up the left sideline while Andrew Adamo had a long run up the right sideline. Hunter Kinhackl hurt his leg early but showed his toughness by returning to the game and making contributions on both sides of the ball.
Baseball is America’s pastime and should be enjoyed by everyone, including children with special needs.
That has been the thrust of Long Island Challenger Baseball since it was established in 1989 -- to give physically and mentally challenged children from across the island the opportunity to play baseball in an environment structed to their abilities.
And those abilities will be on display at the Long Island Challenger Baseball Jamboree at John J. Burns Park on Merrick Road in Massapequa, Sunday Oct. 13. The special event will bring together challenger teams from through the island and outside of the state.
PEANUT 1: The Steelers were led by Dean Kott who scored on a 40 yd TD run and caught another on a pass from Luke Begley. Marissa Karlsen had 3 long runs and Emma Savino scored a TD for the second consecutive week. Hunter Kinhackl, Andrew Adamo and Katie Hecker all contributed with big runs while Luke Eschman was the defensive standout with 5 flags. He also had a 60 yard run on offense to round out the afternoon.
PEANUT 2: The rain held off on Sunday so the Saints and the Giants could hook up at Woodward Parkway. Justin Sindicic, Conor Muldoon starred on both offense and defense for the Giants. Nick “The Quick” Viola had his first touchdown of the year for the Saints and Gus Scardina called a pre-snap audible that surprised everyone (including his coaches!), but ended with a touchdown pass.
PEANUT 1: The Jets battled the Steelers. Emma Savino had runs of 20 and 40 yards and scored a TD. Hunter Kinhackl scored his first touchdown of the season on a run right up the middle. The defense was led by Dean Kott who recorded three flags and Luke Begely who had two flags.
PEANUT 2: The Saints and 49ers played a gem this week at Woodward Parkway Field. Jaxon Parisi, Charlie O’Connor and Nicholas Pascarella all starred for the 49ers on offense. Jack Molloy and Ryan Johnson took long runs to the house for the Saints.
Charles Water Karate focuses on teaching its students how to not only show confidence in the studio but in the real world as well. The owner is Grandmaster Charles Water who runs the studio with his wife Cheryl Water. Their studio is located in Williston Park on Hillside Avenue.
The studio’s style of martial arts is called the Black Belt Success System. “We want to teach our students how to think like a black belt outside of the studio,” said Mr. Water.
Back in the ‘70s, Mr. Water used to run a women’s high fashion clothing store. He started taking martial arts classes and fell in love with it. He decided to follow his passion and open up a karate studio in 1986.
Under a full moon, with a packed stadium, against a top ranked opponent, Curtis Jenkins led the Farmingdale Dalers to a 31-13 victory over the Oceanside Sailors. Jenkins scored on a 93-yard touchdown run midway through the second quarter and also on a 13-yard reception. The senior ran for a total of 139 yards on the day.
“That’s who he is,” said Head Coach Buddy Krumenacker. “He can break the game open, and he obviously did tonight,” in regards to Jenkins. The performance moved the Dalers to 2-0 on the season and Oceanside drops to 1-1.
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