Thursday, Sept. 11
Varsity & JV Girls Soccer at New Hyde Park, 4 p.m.; Varsity Boys Volleyball at home vs. Roslyn, 4:45 p.m.; JV Boys Volleyball at Roslyn, 6:30 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 12
JV Girls Soccer at Mineola, 4 p.m.; JV Boys Soccer at Glen Cove, 4:30 p.m.; Varsity Boys Soccer at Glen Cove, 4:30 p.m.
Former football coach and NFL player Bill Curry recently brought a wealth of experience, knowledge and history to a wide audience of student-athletes and coaches at Hofstra University for a lesson on diversity, tolerance and respect in high school athletics.
Director of the NYS PHSAA Sportsmanship Committee and Manhasset High School Athletic Director Jim Amen Jr. established the summit and invited Curry as keynote speaker.
Amen Jr. and Section VIII Executive Director Nina Van Erk introduced Curry to a crowd representing more than 37 local high schools.
The Sewanhaka Indians football team has a season of change in store.
The Indians have moved up from Conference III to Conference II, due to an increase in enrollment, and are set to face teams that they have never seen before, according to head coach George Kasimatis.
“It is hard to gauge where we will be in this conference,” he said. “There is a lot of uncertainty as where we fit in.”
Patti Dorgler, a resident of Floral Park, was one of 93 State University of New York (SUNY) Potsdam student-athletes to earn a spot on the SUNY Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) All-Academic Team for the spring semester.
Dorgler, is entering her second year at SUNY Potsdam and is a member of the SUNY Potsdam Women’s Basketball team. Dorgler, No. 33, is a forward on the team.
Players named to the all-academic team have a minimum of a 3.3 GPA for the Spring 2014 semester.
Dorgler graduated from Archbishop Malloy. She is the daughter of Mari and Fred Dorgler.
Floral Park Recreation Center’s End of the Summer Annual Awards Ceremony was celebrated on a beautiful summer night. After the introduction of members of the dais by Emcee John Michon, sports counselors passed out souvenir bracelets to all campers who participated in the morning and afternoon programs that are offered by the Recreation Department. Mayor Tom Tweedy thanked the staff for their efforts on behalf of the children who enjoyed eight weeks of summer fun at the park. Deputy Mayor Jim Rhatigan, Recreation Trustee Dominick Longobardi and trustees Mary Grace Tomecki and Kevin Fitzgerald and members of the Recreation Committee assisted throughout the evening with the presentation of medals, trophies and plaques.
The major event of the summer will be the 32nd Annual Awards Ceremony which traditionally honors campers for outstanding play in the 10 major camps. This year’s ceremony is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 21, at 7:30 p.m. by the new stage area.
Winning individuals and teams will be presented with medals and trophies. More than 200 individual awards, as well as a souvenir for every camper, will be part of the evening’s festivities.
The “highlight” of the evening will be the presentation of the “Camper of the Summer” award to the outstanding boy and girl participants. Refreshments will follow the ceremony.
It’s time to register. The registration process has changed for participation with the Floral Park Screaming Eagles. The organization has a new website (www.fpsports.leagueapps.com) and registration will only be accepted online. No forms to print or drop off. Registration has now started and spots will be filled on a first come, first serve basis.
In addition, Sewanhaka Central High School District is reforming its middle school ice hockey team for the upcoming season. If your son or daughter is in 6th, 7th, or 8th grade show up to a practice. The next Sewanhaka Ice Hockey practice is set for Aug. 24 at Newbridge Arena from 6 to 7 p.m. First tuition installment is $500. If you can not make the practice please mail the check to: Sewanhaka Ice Hockey, 114 Kilburn Road South, West Hemsptead, NY 11552.
Bright blue eyes, a full head of hair, beautiful smile, and full of energy. At 5 years old, Ethan Demmers is possibly at the healthiest he will be in his life. Ethan was recently diagnosed with Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy (DMD). Typically, people with this disease live only into their 20s. Over the next few years, the disease will slowly attack every muscle in Ethan’s body, eventually causing him to permanently be in a wheelchair. Ethan’s parents are not ready to give up their hope for a cure. They are fully committed to helping find a cure for this deadly illness, not just for their own son, but for all others suffering as well.
Ethan’s father, Dustin Demmers, is an English teacher at Floral Park Memorial High School. To the student body, Demmers can be described as funny, happy, wacky, wild, crazy, and unique among other adjectives. Demmers can be found smiling through the halls, making jokes over the loudspeakers, or making his class into the ideal environment for learning.
The other day I woke up to this text from my Garden City friend, Claire LoRusso: “I need help. I am running a half marathon in October. I have not run in years. Where do I start? Miss you.” I got giddy, in a dorky way, because I always get excited when someone wants to run.
In this case, however, it was more of a “Welcome back, Claire.”
Town Supervisor Judi Bosworth and Councilwoman Lee Seeman recently attended the 37th Annual New Hyde Park 8k Championship Race, organized by the New Hyde Park Runners Club. Bosworth presented awards to overall winners and those who placed in each age group of the nearly 5-mile race, including women’s overall winner Tara Wilson, and men’s overall winner Boyd Carrington. Proceeds from the race will benefit Nassau County Firefighters Operation Wounded Warriors.
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