On Friday, March 11, the 84th anniversary of the New York Daily News Golden Gloves Boxing competition will be held in the Glen Cove High School Gymnasium. At least eight semifinal bouts will be held in the open and novice divisions of this historic tournament. Winners of these bouts advance to the championship round, which will be held at Madison Square Garden on April 8-9.
The Glen Cove girls’ basketball team is coming off a big win Friday night against Great Neck North, in which the Big Red defeated the Blazers by a score of 58-45. With the victory the team is now 3-5 in conference play and 5-8 overall. While this record may not seem like much, the scores of these games say otherwise, as the basketball team is a young team trying to work on improving their game each day and working together as a team.
As we take a look at Portledge School Varsity Athletics half way through the 2010–11 winter season, the girls and boys in Blue and White are putting together another fantastic all-around campaign. The Varsity Ice Hockey and Basketball teams have winning records, and there is great promise in the continued development of the Coed Varsity Fencing team and the Portledge Varsity Squash program.
The Fourth Annual Lighthouse Tournament took place this past weekend.
Nassau Islanders forward, and Glen Head resident, Andrew Greene was the second leading American goal scorer in the tournament, netting a hat trick against Team Westchester
The Long Distance Running Committee of USA Track & Field’s Long Island Association has selected the Oyster Bay Town Supervisor’s 5 Kilometer Run as the Association 5 Kilometer Championship race for 2011.
The Oyster Bay Town Supervisor’s Run has been an increasingly successful fixture on the Long Island running calendar for the past 27 years, and in recent years has developed into perhaps the single most competitive 5 Kilometer race on Long Island. The 2010 edition of the run was won by 27-year-old Massapequa speedster Chris Mammone in 15 minutes, 21 seconds. It was the second year in a row that Mammone, who runs competitively for the Bellmore Striders has won the Town Supervisor’s Run, and he holds the course and race record of 14:43 which he set in 2009. 28-year-old Leonora Petrina of the Sayville Running Company Team was the 2010 Women’s winner, setting a women’s course and race record of 17:14 in the process.
The Friends Academy football program, including Varsity, JV and Middle School, sponsored a “Punt, Pass and Kick” fundraiser shortly before the holidays to raise funds for the Glen Cove Men’s Shelter in Glen Cove.
Spearheaded by physical education teacher and coach Mike Damm, Middle School and Upper School students obtained sponsors prior to competing in the event, and then competed in a kicking contest. Coach Damm then divided up all participants, as well as parents, to create five teams that would compete in a round-robin flag football tournament.
The St. Hyacinth’s Girls CYO Tyro team this year won their third consecutive Long Island CYO Championship in the “A” Division.
The team, composed of eighth- and ninth-graders, went undefeated for the past two seasons, as well as winning the championship game at the Island Garden JV League this past summer.
Kirk Kordeleski of Sea Cliff, president & CEO of Bethpage Federal Credit Union was honored by the YMCA of Long Island, Inc. for his outstanding contributions to the Long Island community on Nov. 13 at the Cradle of Aviation Museum.
The Glen Cove Girls Basketball team was defeated by Seaford in their last contest of 2010 by a score of 58-48. It was the team’s fifth non-league contest, and they open up the regular season with a 2-3 record.
The team fell behind early on, as Seaford came out with a full court press and was up 15-6 at the end of the first quarter. Glen Cove however came out energized and played better defense, and took a 23-23 lead to end the half, led by the outside shooting of eighth-graders Taylor Hudson and McKayla Hernandez. Hudson finished with 8 points and Hernandez with 16.
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