On Monday Sept. 21, the Glen Cove Girl’s Junior Varsity Tennis Team had their first match against Mepham High School. The GC Girl’s squad pulled off an impressive come from behind victory (4-3).
At first doubles Sharon Ayiku and Reena Hernandez won their pro set 8-3. Also at third doubles Shania Wilcox and Emanuela Ambrosio found a way to come back and win their match 8-6.
The Glen Cove girls are looking to take their momentum from their first match win with upcoming opponents Farmingdale, Bethpage and Valley Stream South H.S.
Doubles led the way for another successful week for the North Shore varsity tennis team. Against Locust Valley, Jen Cisternas and Carla Sabbatini (fourth doubles), and Marissa Moshell and Liz Hamberger (third doubles) picked up wins that carried the team to a 6-1 victory over the Falcons. On Wednesday, The Vikings traveled to Oyster Bay and had their hands full. The Vikings squeaked by 4-3. Abby Schubach and Anna Berger clinched the match at second doubles earning a straight set victory. Friday, the Vikings lost to the Jayhawks of Plainview-Old Bethpage 2-5. The only highlights for North Shore were the stellar play of Claudia Ruiz and Sunaina Vohra at first and second singles. They continue to dominate their opponents. Each player is undefeated at 5-0. Both face difficult matches against tough opponents from Herricks on Tuesday. North Shore is tied for second place in Conference IIA.
The Vikings have dominated League taking two wins this past week against East Meadow and New Hyde Park. The team came out to take an early lead against East Meadow with Amanda Juhasz’s goal 11 minutes into the first half. East Meadow did not answer back and North Shore added two more goals in the second half. Kathleen Lennon scored the second goal and had an assist on Melissa Meehan’s goal with one second remaining in the game. Wednesday’s game against New Hyde Park became a challenge for the Vikings after playing two 30-minute halves and a 10-minute overtime. However, the Vikings could not be defeated in the second overtime period. Junior Jennie Berglin had a 40 yard break away, fired a shot on the keeper and Melissa Meehan deflected the ball in the cage one minute into the second overtime. The Vikings are 3-1 overall and 3-0 in League 2.
Kickline is geared up and looking forward to the 2009-10 school year with performances for Football, Pep-Rally, Basketball, Competition and this year they will travel to Miami, FL, to perform in the College Football Championship Orange Bowl Game! “The team is full of new spirit and we are excited to learn from top-notch choreographers as we prepare to perform the halftime show in the Orange Bowl,” said their coach. “We hope that you come out to support us in our performances and cheer us on in our competitions this winter.”
After being county contenders the past four years under coach Kellie Moritz, the Vikings are at it again. “We are a young team with a lot of talent and a tremendous amount of potential,” said coach Moritz. The team earned a win against Baldwin last week bringing their record to 1-1. Junior Lauren Gerard has stepped up in goal in the past two games totaling 13 saves. The defense has proven to be a dominating force with juniors Lauren Janelli and Danielle Valasiadis in the back field, along with sophomore Laura Wefer as sweeper. Sophomore Jenna Datlo leads the team in goals with two in the non-league game against Friends Academy. Sophomore Micaela Dussel, junior Arianna Pappas and senior Melissa Meehan each have one goal apiece. The Vikings focus for the upcoming games is finishing with the ball in the cage early and using the space of the field. With an experienced midfield, including senior Elle Hoffman and Kathleen Lennon, and junior Amanda Juhasz midfield transition should be a detailed execution. As for the attack, the Vikings have flexibility with Melissa Meehan, Jenna Datlo, Jennie Berglin, Arianna Pappas, Isabella Ahrens and Micaela Dussel and are looking to them to put the ball in the cage. Come check out the Vikings in action at the Glenwood Landing School on the lower field. Also, for up to date scores, photos and team events check out the North Shore Field Hockey website on the Athletics webpage under websites. http:// teacherweb.com/NY/NorthShoreSchools/AthleticDepartment/links1.stm
In their first game of the season, Monday, Sept. 14, under the lights at City Stadium, the Glen Cove Pony White hosted the Levittown White. In a hard fought and exciting game, Glen Cove won with a score of 19-6.
On the first play of the game, Glen Cove kicked off to Levittown, who ran back for a touchdown. The extra point failed. Defense then prevailed to shut down Levittown for the rest of the game.
The North Shore Varsity Football team kicked-off the season with a 35-7 victory over the Rams of West Hempstead. The Vikings were led by team captains Billy Johansen, Lou Mastellone, Evan Vandoros, and Danny Broker.
The Vikings opened the scoring when quarterback Denis Hickey connected with Matt Cunningham on a 7-yard touchdown pass. Hickey then connected with Stefan Schwartz for a 33-yard TD pass, capitalizing on a Vandaros fumble recovery the play before. The Vikings next score came when defensive lineman Anthony Croce intercepted a Rams screen pass on sprinted 50 yards for the score. Hickey would then take a quarterback keeper around the edge for a 9-yard score. The Vikings final score came when Billy Johansen barreled his way for a 10-yard run into the end-zone.
It’s not as strange as it may sound. Growing research is finding that it may be possible to speed up the healing process by using specific mental skills and techniques and maintaining a positive mindset. Researchers have been studying how the mind influences the healing of the body for decades.
A recent study of the use of imagery by injured athletes concluded that, “the implementation of imagery alongside physical rehabilitation should enhance the rehabilitation experience and, therefore, facilitate the recovery rates of injured athletes.” Another study looked at the differences in people who healed quickly and those who healed slowly and found some significant differences. Those who healed faster had the following:
• Had high motivation, desire and determination
• Had more social support
• Expected a full and successful return to sports
• Took personal responsibility for their recovery process
• Maintained a positive attitude
• Frequently used imagery and other visualization techniques
Notwithstanding some very precarious weather forecasts for the weekend of Aug. 29 and 30, Hurricane Danny turned out not to have the impact that everyone feared, and more than 1,500 athletes, ranging in age from eight to 80, participated in the 22nd annual Runner’s Edge-Town of Oyster Bay Triathlon, Tri-Relay and Junior Triathlon, and there were no end of smiling faces at the finish line.
Among the top finishers was 30-year-old Peter Ventura of Glen Cove, who finished in sixth place overall with a time of 1 hour, 3 minutes, 19 seconds.
The main event on Sunday was preceded by 200-plus youngsters participating in the Runner’s Edge-Town of Oyster Bay Junior Triathlon in the park on Saturday.
Congratulations went out to veteran Glen Cove runners John Infranca and Dan Badalament, who both won awards in the Sands Point Preserve 5 Kilometer Sprint for the Feinstein Institute, held on the grounds of the Sands Point preserve on Saturday morning, August 15. A total of 350 runners successfully completed the 5 Kilometer course.
Infranca crossed the finish line in a time of 21 minutes, 20 seconds, earning him the third-place award in the 40-44 age group, and Badalament scored in 24:23 to take top honors in the 65-69 age group.
Other activities will include a Beach Volleyball Tournament, Tug of War, Balloon Toss and Children’s Boogie Board Race in the swim area.
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