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Girls Beat Sewanhaka In Playoffs

Written by Robert B. Bonaparte Thursday, 20 February 2014 00:00

Glen Cove’s Taylah Hudson proved to be too much for Sewanhaka’s girls basketball team to handle on Friday, Feb. 14. 

 

Hudson scored 10 of her game-high 19 points in the second quarter to lift the Big Red to a 49-39 victory over the Indians in a Nassau Conference Class A first-round playoff game.

 

The Big Red outscored Sewanhaka 26-4 in the second quarter turning a five-point deficit into a 17-point halftime lead. 

 

Kicking It Indoors

Written by Jane Lawrence Thursday, 13 February 2014 00:00

This winter has been brutal, hitting Long Island with colder temperatures and more snow than we have seen in recent years, but this has not stopped Toniann Lordi from driving all the way from Centereach to Glen Cove each week to play kickball in LI-Kick’s innovative co-ed adult indoor kickball league.  

 

Innovation is nothing new to Glen Cove resident Sal Farruggia. When he founded LI-Kick in the spring of 2013, it was the first co-ed adult kickball league on Long Island. Now it is the first to bring the game indoors for the winter months. 

 

Robertson Prepares For College Basketball

Written by Kristen Cornelis Thursday, 06 February 2014 00:00

Senior Caroline Robertson will be representing the North Shore Vikings as a college basketball player at the school of her choice. Although she has yet to decide, she plans to pick the college that best suits her needs, academically and athletically.

 

“All of the schools I am looking at have well-respected basketball programs,” Robertson says. “I am looking for a well-rounded school that has commendable academics, a good basketball program, and will be able to give me the college experience I am looking for.”

 

Varsity Cheerleaders Place 2nd At Competition

Written by Record Pilot Staff Thursday, 06 February 2014 00:00

Last month, both the JV and Varsity Cheerleading teams attended the Lynbrook Cheerleading Competition, and both teams had outstanding performances. This was by far the most impressive execution of the Varsity routine this year, according to coaches Amy Serr and Jessica Banks.  In addition, the JV team was faced with a last minute obstacle and overcame it with flare by creating a new routine only minutes before they took the mat. 

 

Winter Classic Hockey Games

Written by Record Pilot Staff Thursday, 30 January 2014 00:00

The LI Blues will host the Fourth Annual Winter Classic at the Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center located at 1001 Stewart Avenue in Bethpage on Saturday, Feb. 8. 

 

“The LI Blues is a hockey program that gives children and young adults with special needs the opportunity to play ice hockey in an accommodating setting,” Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto said. “Three other teams, the East Coast Jumbos, the New Jersey Dare Devils and the New Jersey Avalanche have been invited to the event and will be participating.” There will be four games played with the faceoff for the first game scheduled for 3:30 p.m. The event is expected to conclude around 7:30 p.m. Admission is free.

 

400th Win For Girls Basketball Coach

Written by Record Pilot Staff Thursday, 30 January 2014 00:00

Exactly one month after junior Taylah Hudson became Glen Cove High School’s all-time leading scorer in girls basketball, head coach Greg Mayerhofer achieved a personal milestone by winning his 400th career game.

 

Coach Mayerhofer secured the victory against Valley Stream South High School, 57-34, and the following day, before tipping off against Locust Valley High School, the team presented him with a special game ball, signed by every one of his players. Later in the day, the girls rewarded their coach with his 401st victory.

 

Breaking Records In Basketball

Thursday, 23 January 2014 00:00

Taylah Hudson became Glen Cove High School’s all-time leading scorer in girls basketball with her 828th point vs. Floral Park High School on Dec. 17, 2013. Since she is only a junior, Hudson is sure to provide many more memorable moments during her basketball career at GCHS. Coach Greg Mayerhofer congratulates her in the photo. 


 

Register Now For Track Team

Thursday, 23 January 2014 00:00

The St. Patrick’s CYO Track team is now looking forward to their 13th season and gearing up for registration. Last spring, the team competed in six meets throughout Long Island. In the fall, they competed in three more meets, including the CYO Fall Championship at Mitchell Field.

 

The fall Cross Country team had a great season, competing in several USATF Cross Country meets, and many runners qualified for the USATF Regional Championship in Wappingers Falls.  One of the runners went on to compete at the Nationals in San Antonio, TX.

 

Register Now For Track Team

Thursday, 16 January 2014 00:00

The St. Patrick’s CYO Track team is now looking forward to their 13th season and gearing up for registration. Last spring, the team competed in six meets throughout Long Island. In the fall, they competed in three more meets, including the CYO Fall Championship at Mitchell Field.

The fall Cross Country team had a great season, competing in several USATF Cross Country meets, and many runners qualified for the USATF Regional Championship in Wappingers Falls.  One of the runners went on to compete at the Nationals in San Antonio, TX.

 

Ping Pong In Sea Cliff

Written by Record Pilot Staff Thursday, 16 January 2014 00:00

Warm up this winter with ping pong in Sea Cliff. The December Ping Pong Tournament at the Sea Cliff Gospel Chapel was a hotly contested competition. Larry Weinberger held off the competition to claim the champion’s trophy after being tied for third in the first round. Tom Natalie took the second place trophy. Noel Tichenor took the third place trophy. The competition continues to include all ages, from 10 on up. 

 

Looking ahead, every third Friday a tournament will be held. The next is on Jan. 17, then Feb. 21, when the organizers set up the chapel basement with four ping pong tables. Starting time is 7 p.m. with registration at the door.  Practice time is available on other

Friday nights from 7 to 8 p.m.  Even if you don’t play, come out and watch; all skill levels, including first timers, are welcome. Any questions, check with Dave Collins, 516-759-2840 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or just show up at the Sea Cliff Gospel Chapel, 162 Sea Cliff Ave., Sea Cliff; they play in the basement auditorium.

 

There is a registration fee for the tournament of $5 to cover trophies and refreshments, but practice time on the other Fridays is free. The tournament is a monthly event so break out your paddle (or use one of the chapel’s) and join the fun.

 

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