Registration for winter 2009-2010 ice skating classes at Cantiague Park’s indoor ice skating rink is under way through the start of classes the first two weeks of December, announced Nassau County Executive Thomas R. Suozzi.
On Nov. 21, before an overflow crowd at the Mitchell Field Athletic Complex, the 10-year-old Hicksville Crusaders met the Farmingdale Hawks in a game that kept fans on the edge of their seats throughout.
With a prodigious display of defensive prowess, the 10-year-old Hicksville Crusaders shut out the East Rockaway Raiders last weekend 7-0. Outstanding individual efforts by Alex Parciak, Nick and Steve Austin, T.J. Delfino, Ryan McBride and Connor McPartland all helped to completely neutralize East Rockaways offensive attack.
Ice skating is a fun winter activity, and also a great exercise! For Town of Oyster Bay residents, the ice skating season will start the day after Thanksgiving, Friday, Nov. 27, at the Marjorie R. Post (Massapequa) and Syosset-Woodbury Community Park ice rinks, according to Town Supervisor John Venditto.
For the final game of the 2009 regular season, the 10-year-old Hicksville Crusaders traveled to Burns Park in Massapequa for a match with the Mustangs. Although the final result was not exactly how the Crusaders would have liked it to be, the contest was still filled with a plethora of exciting plays.
What do Hideki Matsui, Dikembe Mutombo, Kiki Vandeweghe, Louis Orr, Orel Hershiser, Tim Lincecum, Junior Seau and Anne Gregory O’Connell all have in common? Each of the sport stars wore uniform number 55, and now Gregory O’Connell’s will hang from the rafters at Fordham University’s Rose Hill Gymnasium.
Oyster Bay Town Councilwoman Rose Marie Walker announced that registration for the Town of Oyster Bay Youth Ice Hockey Program will begin soon.
The 10-year-old Hicksville Crusaders experienced one of their most difficult match ups to date last weekend when they took on the Farmingdale Hawks. This game seemed to be two games in one with the Crusaders winning the first half and the Hawks winning not only the second half but coming out ahead in the end by a score of 25-18.
On Oct. 4, Martial Arts America of Hicksville held a grand celebration in honor of the school’s 15th anniversary. Throughout the day, martial arts demonstrations took place and awards were presented. The event also featured fun for all with slides, bouncers, a dunk tank and carnival treats. The Nassau County Veterans of Foreign Wars Color Guard opened the ceremonies while international martial arts super star Marc Canozioldo gave a spectacular demo and Oyster Bay Town Councilwoman Rose Marie Walker presented the school with a proclamation recognizing its important role in the community.
It was a fitting end to a very rainy season. It was not raining when we started, but soon after the last group teed off, we had a light drizzle. We were able to finish without getting soaked. This was the last tournament of the season and after we finished playing, we went to the Knights of Columbus hall for a luncheon and distribution of prizes. We played a “Scramble” tournament, so there was only the first and second place teams and the longest drive and closest-to-the-pin prizes. Two teams were tied with a total of 30 strokes, but one team had a birdie on the first hole so they won first-place money. They are: Tom Parker, Kent Schreiber, Joe Sander and Al Pascola. The second place winners were: Bob Ross, Ralph Guadagno, Ken Hymes and Peter Guerra.
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