After winning the state championship last year, the Lady Dalers lacrosse team lost their starting defense, goalie and key offensive players. So, this was to be a rebuilding year. But, another title?
The Lady Dalers lacrosse team defeated the Massapequa Chiefs last week at Hofstra 16-5 to take home their fifth consecutive Nassau County Class A title. Jamie Leone, Meagan Meritz and Kim Kolodny each had three goals, while Melanie Raso and, Krislyn Engelke had two goals. Alyssa Cardillo, Kyra Ochwat and Colleen Reynolds each scored a goal. Goalie Alex Gurecki had 11 saves to lead the Lady Dalers into the Long Island Class A Championship game.
The Farmingdale Dalers Lacrosse team captured the Nassau County Class A Championship last week by defeating the Massapequa Chiefs 9-8, in a tough battle at Hofstra Stadium.
Under the direction of Coaches Laura Malone and Brandon Oppenheim, the 2010 Varsity Lady Dalers finished the regular season in fourth place in Conference I with a record of 9-6. They received a bye in the first round of the playoffs then won the quarterfinal match up 1-0. For the first time in over 20 years, the Lady Dalers headed to the Mitchell Field Softball Complex for the Nassau County AA Semifinals.
Farmingdale High School’s Junior Varsity baseball team finished their season by beating Uniondale 17-0. The Dalers finished their league schedule with 11 wins and three losses. The team was led by the dominant starting pitching of Anthony Bonilla and Anthony Galanoudis. The duo combined to go 10-1 with seven complete games. The offense was relentless as shown by the team batting average, which was .363. Rich Sullivan and Anthony Bonilla led the team in hits. Harrison Graf led the team in batting average and Rocky Santopadre led the team in RBIs and on-base percentage. The coaching staff would like to congratulate the entire team for their role in the triumphant season and is looking forward to continuing that success with the return of many athletes next year.
Get ready to horse around as the first annual Northeast Equine Expo comes to town. Expected to draw nearly 30,000 people to the Long Island communities of Elmont and Floral Park, the expo will be the kick-off event for the final leg of the Triple Crown Belmont Stakes Race on Memorial Day weekend, May 29-30.
Now in its eighth year, the Farmingdale Relay for Life is set for June 11-12, to be held once again on the Farmingdale State College great lawn. Teams are encouraged to walk the track in the hopes that each step they take, is a step closer to finding the cure for cancer.
Autocraft got back to the winners side Friday night, beating LaCorte Family Auto, 15-12. Autocraft scored 10 runs in the first two innings, and then had to hold on in the late innings. Denny “Ace” Oehl held on for the victory, pitching despite a desperate comeback try by LaCorte. He was backed by a strong defensive effort, with rookie Don Simone, Aldo Balducci, and Tommy Vanasco. Aldo also led the way offensively along with rookie Chris Piccininni, Joe Lutz, and Brian Landy.
Two very tough athletes from Farmingdale, David Borg and Amy Goldstein, were among the 150 endurance athletes who successfully completed the 8th annual Long Island Greenbelt Trail Runs on May 8.
This week started off well for Paradox Cafe as they had a full complement of players to actually field a team versus Changing Times Pub recently. After giving up two runs in the first inning, Paradox Cafe heated up with 10 runs. The infamous O’Shea’s two-out rally was magically transferred to the new Paradox Cafe. The whole lineup hit from top to bottom as Paradox stroked eight consecutive two-out hits.
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