The OLV School Board recently hosted the 2nd Annual Tom Hayden OLV 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament in the OLV School Gym. The tournament, which raises funds for the OLV School Technology Program, drew 21 teams who competed in front of a full house of enthusiastic spectators.
Our Lady of Victory’s eighth-grade girls team had another excellent match over the weekend against St. Williams and sits in second-place. OLV took two out of three games, losing game one 25-23, and winning the next two games 25-11 and 25-18 respectively. Most recently player Jackie Tam had a great serving streak and won 17 straight serves.
Floral Park resident Conall Ryan and a senior at Kellenberg Memorial High School, recently signed his letter of intent to play football for Mercyhurst University. Ryan and seven of his classmates signed their individual letters of intent, each for various sports and universities, in a ceremony at Kellenberg Memorial.
Ryan played football all four of his years at Kellenberg High School.
The Floral Park Lions Club’s 13th Annual Mickey Finn Swing into Spring Charity Golf Tournament will be held on Monday, May 6 at the North Shore Towers Country Club, located at 27240 Grand Central Pkwy., Floral Park.
Franklin Square residents Meaghan Rush, Julia Pusateri, Kimberly Chan, Amanda Agostino, Valley Stream residents Tyquann Walker, Adam Kapusta, Carolyn DeFranco, and Elmont residents Dranoel Truter, Yuvaraj Dhir, Vincent Agostino, and Dylan VanManen have qualified to compete at the 2013 Metropolitan Swimming Junior Olympics. These swimmers represented the nationally ranked host team, Long Island Aquatic Club (LIAC). Each year, LIAC sends a large squad to the junior olympics to compete for the titles as the best age group swimmers. Since 1996, LIAC has qualified 21 swimmers for the U.S. Olympic Trials. For more information on the Junior Olympics or the Long Island Aquatic Club visit LIAC’s website www.longislandswimming.com.
They came together by necessity after graduation stripped of their respective rosters; hockey players from neighboring Long Island communities who were dedicated to their sport but without enough players for a team.
And so they formed the East Williston-Jericho high school club team and created an experience none of them will ever forget. The merged team won the Nassau County championship with a perfect 18-0 season and reached the final round of the New York State Large School Division Championships in Jamestown, N.Y.
When a fistful of seniors graduated last year, the hockey programs at East Williston and Jericho needed some help to continue playing. They found it in each other and the merged team won the Nassau County Championship with a perfect 18-0 season.
“They’re a great group of kids and they went on a great run,’’ coach Jon Turk said. “It’s been a dream season but you never want to say we’re satisfied until it’s over.’’
The Notre Dame fifth grade boys basketball team participated in the CYO tournament, hosted by St. Vincent de Paul in Elmont, capturing the championship, beating St. Aidan’s 30-9. Notre Dame scored victories over St Vincent de Paul, in the opening round of the tournament, followed by St. Aidan’s in the second and third round. Notre Dame took an early first quarter lead of 11-0 and never looked back. The final score was 30-9, giving the team the championship. The boys, under the coaching of Rob Kuzler, Joe Muratore, Al Puya and Rob Booth, had a solid season. They worked hard and worked together as a team. Defense and offensive ball movement were the catalysts to the team’s success.
The team was led by point guards Paul DePaulis, Joseph Muratore, shooting guards William Regan, Vincent Gambino and Declan Griffin, small forwards Justin Kuzler, Daniel Bateman and Brian Lendino-Nieves, power forwards Christian Ugolini and Michael Keller, and centers Robbie Booth and Abidin Dauti.
Students at Charles Water Karate & Fitness, located at 122 Hillside Ave., in Williston Park, recently participated in the studio’s 31st black belt testing cycle. Charles Water Karate & Fitness is a full time, professional martial arts school, with classes for children, adults and teenagers. The school is the only one on Long Island that also offers Karatatot, the only program specifically designed for children 4 ½ - 6 year olds.
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