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Viking Sports: May 28, 2010

Women’s Track

One down and one to go. The North Shore HS Women’s Track and Field team took one more successful step towards attaining a three-peat of dominance in Nassau County. This past week they won the division championship by 83 points over Manhasset, Lynbrook, and Great Neck North to just name a few. Overall 15 girls attained all-division status:

Elizabeth Caldwell 
Christina Convey       
Eleni Efstathiadis
Brittany Farkouh
Taylor Farkouh
Lea Farrell
Charlotte Manogue
Gillian McGovern
Sara McNulty
Danielle Muoio
Samantha Nadel
Brianna Nerud
Arianna Pappas
Gabriella Vezza
Brianna Welch

The next step will be the county championship taking place this week at Mitchell Field. The program has already won the cross-country, and winter track county championship this past school year. If they win this week they would be the first Nassau County Program in 20 years to win all three county championships in the same year. WOW! They are built for the playoffs, and based on the showing in the Division championship, something really special could occur.

Women’s Lacrosse Team Celebrates Big Win vs. Locust Valley 15-3

The North Shore Women’s Lacrosse team outplayed Locust Valley 15-3 in the Nassau County Class C Quarterfinals. The Vikings got off to an early start led by co-captain Kathleen Lennon’s six goals and two assists and Lauren Janelli’s two goals and three assists.

Also contributing to the scoreboard for the Vikings were goals by Tess Korten (2) and a goal each by players Laura Wefer, Cara Dellaveccia, Michaela Dussel, Amanda Jahasz, and Sam Grabher.  Three cheers to Kristen Giovanniello and Jennie Berglin for their outstanding goaltending. The Vikings are led by Coach Sarah Hogan.

The Vikings will play Cold Spring Harbor on Thursday, May 27 in the semifinals at Denton Avenue Field at 6 p.m.