The teenagers at Charles Water Karate & Fitness, located at 122 Hillside Avenue in Williston Park, meet at the school every two weeks to organize events; their main goal is to contribute. The teens have a great time and while they are having fun they are also planning on ways to contribute either by either raising money and/or by doing random acts of kindness.
There are no parents allowed; however, they is always an adult, and a certified instructor at Charles Water Karate & Fitness. Charles Water and Karate & Fitness has wonderfully motivated the dedicated teenagers. The Teen Club consists of 12- to 18-year-olds who train at the studio.
We are so proud for our teenagers for their sense of community and contribution. Whoever said that teenagers in America are uncommitted have not met the teenagers at Charles Water Karate & Fitness.
After winning the 9-year-old division No. 2 championship last year in the Nassau County Youth Football league, there was only one goal for the 10-year-olds this year when they started practicing 3 days a week on August 2nd. Win the division 1 championship.
The Chiefs won the regular season Conference championship by going 7-1, beating out 15 other teams. They then took on a very determined Inwood team in the semi-final game and prevailed. The Chiefs then were one step from their goal. Playing on the main stage at Mitchell field stadium on Sunday November 21st they fell short and lost to a very tough Uniondale team. The boys should be very proud of their accomplishments this season and will begin practicing on August 1st as 11-year-olds with one thing on their mind. Get back to the championship and win. They will celebrate their successful season on December 3rd at the annual Mineola PAL Football Dinner.
Students at Charles Water Karate & Fitness, located at 122 Hillside Avenue in Williston Park, last week participated in the studio’s 27th Black Belt Graduation. “Our goal at Charles Water’s Karate & Fitness is to facilitate mental growth enabling our students to reach their highest potential as human beings,” says Grandmaster Charles Water, owner and director of the school. Our studio teaches students how to defend themselves responsibly while instilling self-confidence, self-discipline and respect for others.”
Charles Water’s 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 to 6 years of age.
Recently, Park Lacrosse – The Revolution, a new travel lacrosse club in New Hyde Park, hosted The Edge, a travel team from Toronto Canada. There was a chill in the air and stands were full with both local parents and a large group of Canadian parents to watch the game. The crowd was not disappointed as the game went to the final minutes with the Canadian team scoring a goal to win the contest by a score of 9-8. This was a great opportunity for both the players and spectators to watch some great lacrosse with an international flair.
Park Lacrosse is a new club based in New Hyde Park whose sole purpose is to provide a venue for boys ages 8 – 17 to play competitive lacrosse year round at a reasonable price.
Organized in August of this year Park Lacrosse is actively recruiting new players for their winter and summer travel teams. If you are interested in joining or just want to find out more about the club, go to the website at www.Parklacrosse.net
Last session the Notre Dame CYO Intramural Instructional Program held nine fun filled sessions of basketball instruction on Saturdays starting in September. The program is for 1st to 3rd grade children.
Registration for next years program opens in mid-May 2011.
The NHPAA 14U Team Intensity were crowned champions of the 2010 HBQVB “Never Give Up” Fall Travel Tournament winning 3 consecutive hard fought games against the Brooklyn Cyclones, Middle Village Explosion, and the Cyclones Silver. The girls were relentless in their pursuit of the grand prize and stood the test, displaying fierce determination against these elite teams comprised of All-Stars from many different towns.
In the first game, New Hyde Park squared off against the Brooklyn Cyclones who had a dominant pitcher who has been clocked at 57mph and is considered by some to be among the top pitchers in the PSAL Brooklyn/Queens High School League. NHP was led by right fielder Kim Spagnuolo who had 6 hits in 10 at bats on the day along with 5RBI and also made several eye popping defensive plays. Spagnuolo was 2-4, 2RBI, 2R, and 2SB against the Cyclones playing her best when it mattered most. Jillian Sakowich (2-4) set the table from the leadoff spot scoring twice and had the game winning hit to right on a clutch two out – two strike single to score Kayla Buff. Kristen Hickey was the winning pitcher throwing an impressive 5 1/3 innings allowing 4 hits while striking out 6. Hickey also went 2-3 with a towering triple to left for 2 RBI in the first inning and later had a sacrifice bunt to 1B in which she alertly stopped and backpedalled towards home before being tagged out which allowed Geena Fornataro to score from third.
The New Hyde Park Girls 12U softball team won the Franklin Square Pistillo Fall Classic Championship with a sensationally played 3-2 win over a strong Floral Park team. The girls from New Hyde Park went undefeated in the fall league then rolled through the playoffs with 4 straight single elimination game victories. NHPLL beat Roslyn, Garden City South and Hicksville before beating Floral Park in the championship game.
This NHP team had some 2010 year. They won the Bellmore Memorial Day Tournament, NJBL league championship, District 29 Championship, Section 5 Championship, New York State Championship and the Eastern Region Championship all in the 10U divisions before playing up this fall and capping a tremendous season with the fall championship. In all the team went 43-2 in 2010.
Merillon Athletic Association will be making some changes to our Boys Spring Intramural Division alignment for next season. These changes will only affect the Upper Farms, Lower Farms and Instructional Divisions. All other Divisions will remain the same including our Summer and Fall Travel Programs.
After careful consideration of the likely impact of these changes, we have concluded that they will create a stronger development path for your children both on and off the baseball field. Similar to when your child attends school wherein the curriculum changes each year they move up in grade level, we are taking the same approach from a baseball perspective.
The New Hyde Park Kiwanis rangers took on the cardinals on a beautiful saturday. It was a well-played game by both teams. Jake Glueck led the hitting attack going 4 for 4 with 2 doubles while Ian Myer went 3 for 4 with 2 runs scored and a nice catch on a pop up. William Lentini went 2 for 4 with a run scored and an rbi and made two nice back handed stabs at the pitchers mound throwing out the runners at first. Brandon Alwadish continued his hot hitting going 2 for 4 a double and 2 rbis and made a great catch in left field. Frank Dimalta went 1 for 3 with a big run scoring single in the 5th. Anthony Robayo continued his hot hitting going 1 for 3 with a key single in the 5th. Eli Goodwin went 1-4 with a big single in the rangers 3 run 5th and made a nice play at 3rd keeping a runner from scoring. Charlie Linden went 2 for 3 with 2 singles in the 2nd and 4th. Ben Goodwin went 1 for 3 with a single in the 4th while Bailey Lee went 1 for 3 with a key rbi single in the 5th and a nice play at the pitchers mound and in centerfield. This was a well-played game by both teams with great fielding hitting and running
New Hyde Park Memorial High School held its Annual Homecoming Day and the day was picture-perfect beautiful, towards the end of the festivities it became cooler, but nonetheless beautiful.
The parade started on Hillside Boulevard, came down New Hyde Park Road and then turned on Lincoln Boulevard and into the school grounds where the floats were parked in the parking lot and the various other participants took their places.
All in all the floats were marvelous and showed that they entailed hours and hours of production and the rest of the homecoming festivities were wonderful including the step team, the Romanettes and each and every routine was the result of hours of long , hard practice. The homecoming was a huge success and it was especially fun to win the homecoming game.
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