That's all it took for the Hicksville High School boys soccer team to advance to the semi finals last Wednesday, as Hicksville’s Matt Sloan delivered a clear-cut pass to TJ Kilmetis, who knocked in the game-winning goal with just minutes remaining in the hotly contested match against Calhoun.
Congratulations to Hicksville athletes Mary-Jo DePaoli and Kevin Kremler who both took home awards from the the Oyster Bay Town Supervisor’s 5 Kilometer Run.
DePaoli crossed the finish line in 22 minutes, 47 seconds, to earn second place honors in the women’s 35-39 age group, and Kremler earned the 5th place award in the 60-64 age group with a finishing time of 23:25.
The 5 Kilometer Oyster Bay course is a classic one through the heart of Oyster Bay hamlet, starting on South Street by the Firehouse, with a long uphill on Berry Hill Road, a steep downhill on Sandy Hill Road, and a stretch down East Main Street to the last turn into the Townsend Square parking field to the finish line.
It's almost Thanksgiving and that means soon it will be time for turkey, pumpkin pie and yes, lacrosse! The Michael Magro Foundation will be holding their second annual “Thanksgiving Lacrosse Alumni Game" on Saturday, Nov. 30 at the Hicksville High School turf field. Last year’s event drew nearly 70 alumni participants and many other Hicksville residents. Organizers are hoping for an even better turn out this year and are also encouraging all women alumni to participate. The event, which is sponsored by MDP Lacrosse, is a charity lacrosse game for Hicksville Alumni who are in town for the holiday weekend and want to get together to generate donations for a worthy cause.
Hicksville is full of young, talented athletes. Come support your Hicksville Comets at one of these upcoming games!
Wednesday, Oct. 23
4:15 p.m. Junior Varsity Girls Soccer — Hicksville (home) vs. Plainview
4:30 p.m. Varsity Boys Volleyball— Uniondale (home) vs. Hicksville
Thursday, Oct. 24
5 p.m. Junior Varsity Girls — Volleyball Farmingdale (home) vs. Hicksville
5 p.m. Varsity Girls Swim — Hicksville vs. West Hempstead, at Hewitt
Nassau County is currently holding a Sports Equipment Drive, to collect gently used sports equipment, until November 15. Equipment collected will benefit ACLD with over 20 group homes in Nassau County and a youth program for those with developmental and learning disabilities. The month long drive will also benefit children from various programs throughout the County. Everyone is encouraged to donate their gently used and new golf clubs, baseball mitts, tennis racquets, skates, balls and any sports related items at the following locations:
The Comets volleyball team was defeated by a very tough and talented Port Washington squad in all three sets. Despite the loss, Head Coach Danielle Sekasan does not want her team to be discouraged.
“They have a very good team,” said Sekasan. “They are pretty much intact from last season. They have strong players and they play on club teams. It is very hard to compete with players that play year round,” she added.
The Cantiague Park Senior Men’s Golf League had its 12th tournament on Oct. 3, with 27 golfers. Six men scored under 40, including a brilliant 35 by Charlie Hong Low overall score Flight A was won by Charlie Hong. Flight B Low sore was won by Jack Prunty with his personal best of 42. Dom Vissicchio also had a personal best of 42, but lost on the tie-breaker. Next tournament will be the last for the season, and the winners will be low flight A&B Low Overall Net.
You know you have a product when you can attract more than 20 people at 7 a.m. every Saturday and Sunday morning, especially after restricting participation to TOBY residents. Except open gym isn’t really a product at all, but a free program offered by the recently built Town of Oyster Bay Hicksville Recreation Center, which, in a partnership P.A.L. Co-Director Doug Kenah calls “very positive”, splits its time between P.A.L. leagues for kids under the age of 18 and town-organized activities for adults 18 and over. In a world where adult sport leagues charge increasingly greater fees, Hicksville’s partnership with P.A.L. offers a refreshing movement against the trend of pay to play.
On Sept. 27, soccer midfielder Alexis Escobar, of Hicksville, scored the game-winning goal with 7:07 remaining in double overtime as the Farmingdale State College Rams defeated NYU, 1-0. The Rams improved to 4-5 on the season. NYU fell to 6-2-1.
NYU outshot Farmingfale, 6-1, in the first half and held a 5-4 advantage in the second half. Neither team was able to score in either regulation or the first overtime period.
Registration for the Town of Oyster Bay Youth Ice Hockey Program will take place on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and on Wednesday, Oct. 9 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center in Bethpage. Following those dates, registration will continue in the Recreation office at Town Hall South, located at 977 Hicksville Road, in Massapequa, from Oct. 10 through Oct. 31 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Additionally this season, the program welcomes back former New York Ranger and Long Island Duck’s Eastern Hockey League legend Buzz Deschamps, who has joined our staff and will help oversee the on-ice program and its coaches.
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