Priestley Chiropractic is organizing a free Sunday morning “Boot Camp” at 7 a.m. on the field at Farmingdale High School. The program began July 3 and is led by a retired Police Academy instructor. Please contact Walter Priestley (516) 752-1007 for more information. Beginners are welcome, for ages 18 and older.
The Kiwanis Club of Massapequa will host the 16th Annual Baldinger’s NFL/Kiwanis Football Clinic, to be held on Saturday, July 23 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at John Burns Park on Merrick Road in Massapequa. The clinic is co-sponsored by and for the benefit of the Massapequa Kiwanis Foundation and the Massapequa Mustangs Youth Football Program.
After a three games series in which every game was decided by one run, the Mariners won the Farmingdale Baseball Junior Boys World Series with a 4-3 win over the Pirates. Congratulations team and special thanks to Coaches Bob Kleinhans and Phil Kassebaum.
Members of the Farmingdale High School baseball team recently attended the Nassau County High School Coaches Association Dinner. Senior Pitcher Alex Brosnan and Senior Catcher Ian Kornfeld received their awards for All Nassau County. Senior Pitcher Chris Vitale and Senior Third baseman George Calvo received All Conference and Senior Outfielder Matt Oppedisano and Sophomore Outfielder Rich Sullivan received their All Division Awards. Junior Rich Colasurdo and Senior TR Waskiewicz received honorable mentions.
Matt Callman, Frank Fiorello, Steve Lutz, Todd Rowley, Bob, Cook, Alex Flyntz, Front: Sue Murray and Mindy Davidson. Team Runner’s Edge had a strong showing at the Gold Coast triathlon on Father’s Day. Many members went home award winners, while others just had a great time participating with friends on a picture perfect day!
Councilwoman Rebecca Alesia, Town Clerk Steven Labriola and Receiver of Taxes James Stefanich recently attended Farmingdale Baseball Day 2011 at Allen Park in Farmingdale. Also on hand were Coaches Tom Respino (far left), Jim DiSanti (second from right), and Dominick Pierro (far right), Legislator Joseph Belesi, and the teammates of the Cincinnati Reds.
The 2011 Lady Daler Softball Team, under the direction of Laura Malone and Brandon Oppenheim, had the season most softball athletes dream of. For the first time in program history, the Lady Dalers won the Nassau County Title. That led to the next battle, for the Long Island title against the Suffolk premier team, Bay Shore. They won the LI title 11 times in the last 17 years, are the 2010 state champions, and have the win ingest coach in New York, Jim McGowan.
After beating West Islip for the Long Island Class A Championship, the Dalers went up to White Plains on Wednesday, June 8 to take on Shenendehowa High School for the New York State semifinals. With temperatures on the field over 100 degrees, many line changes were needed to keep the players hydrated.
The Dalers came out hot, by scoring three goals in the first three and a half minutes. They lead 6-2 after the first quarter, 9-5 after two, and 12-7 after three quarters. Shenendehowa started a comeback in the fourth and got the score to 12-9 with five minutes left.
Jan. 12, 2010 marked a particularly tragic day in Haiti’s history, as the effects of the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that shook the country’s already impoverished population and infrastructure were catastrophic.
Paradox Cafe continued their winning ways against Changing Times this past week, posting a 26-7 victory. The game started off tight in the first four innings with the score 7-6 in favor of Paradox. The fifth and eighth innings proved to be the game changers and Paradox broke out for 19 runs combined. Solid pitching by Bob Thompson carried through along with strong defense including multiple rundowns by Billy Gonzalez in left field. Swinging the bat well on the night were Gary Innes, Al Celeste and Walter Hasemann each with 3 RBIs. The whole team continues to consistently bat up and down the order and more importantly, to play strong defense. Paradox wishes a speedy recovery to Tony Scime who injured his leg this past Friday.
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