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New Hyde Park Gladiators Want A Playoff Berth

Written by Michael Florio Thursday, 03 April 2014 00:00

The New Hyde Park Memorial High School Gladiators baseball team will be looking to make the playoffs for the sixth straight season. 

 

The Gladiators have made it to the postseason five seasons in a row and eight of the past nine years. They finished last season with a record of 10-9-1 and a first round exit in the playoffs.

 

After seeing four players that had started the previous three seasons graduate, head coach Doug Robbins will have his work cut out for him. This years Gladiators will start four sophomores game in and game out. 

 

Lady Jags Take First Place

Written by Illustrated News Staff Thursday, 27 March 2014 00:00

The New Hyde Park Lady Jaguars emerged the victorious as first place winners of the Hofstra Jets Bubble Indoor Soccer  League on Saturday March 8. The team played an intense three game sudden death series against two teams from the Albertson Soccer Club and one team from the Syosset Soccer Club.

 

The Lady Jags won the first game against the U12 Albertson Fury Blue team, 3-1. In the next game, the New Hyde Park took on the Albertson Fury Red team. The defense of the Lady Jaguars held this strong team to only one goal while the stellar Jaguar offense was  able to put two goals into the net.

 

Roberge Focuses On Strength

Written by Vinny Messana Thursday, 27 March 2014 00:00

Focusing entirely on having the perfect swing is not always the most important aspect to becoming a great ballplayer. Monique Roberge, star softball player for Queens College, found that out early in her college career.

 

“I feel that my mental focus has been the biggest improvement for me,” said the junior from New Hyde Park. “I’m big into sports psychology. In high school I didn’t have the same mentality that I do now. I’m able to tame myself.”

 

Roberge’s exceptional mental focus has translated into success on the field. She was recently an honorable mention for the East Coast Conference (ECC) Player of the Week.

 

Regnier To Lead Indians In Final Season

Written by Robert B. Bonaparte Thursday, 20 March 2014 00:00

When coach Peter Burgess first saw Tyler Regnier play lacrosse as a seventh grader, he knew he was watching a special player for Sewanhaka High School. 

 

“Me and my coaches knew he was the type of kid that we can build a team around,” said Burgess. “We said to ourselves ‘When is he going to play varsity?’”

 

Regnier ended up making the varsity team as a freshman and hasn’t looked back since, earning All-County honors last season as a junior defenseman. 

 

Stevens Stays Strong, Heads To Michigan

Written by Rich Forestano Thursday, 20 March 2014 00:00

Success didn’t come easy for Billy Stevens. The standout New Hyde Park defenseman has seen his share of setbacks, but nothing kept him from achieving his ultimate goal: a scholarship to a Division-I college soccer program.

 

Stevens recently committed to the University of Michigan to play soccer next year, but the road to Ann Arbor tested his resolve and it paid off. His strength comes from his family. Being adopted at birth, he feels the main priority is to make them proud.

 

“My family drives me the most because I just want to do good for them,” Stevens said. “I appreciate the game a lot more and I understand that not everything is given to you. You have to work hard. Sometimes things get taken away, but it’s about how you bounce back. It defines the player you are.”

 

NHP Senior Awarded Scholarship

Thursday, 13 March 2014 00:00

Billy Stevens, a senior at New Hyde Park Memorial High School, signed an NCAA National Letter of Intent to attend the University of Michigan, a Division 1 program. A soccer prodigy, Stevens is a member of the Red Bull Academy Team and the U-15 U.S. National Team. 


 

Girls Lacrosse Looks To Compete

Written by Robert B. Bonaparte Thursday, 13 March 2014 00:00

Coach Erica Brennan feels Sewanhaka’s girls lacrosse program is making strides to compete this year. 

 

“We just need to develop a sense of game knowledge,” said Brennan, who is entering her seventh season as varsity coach. “That’s one of the things we lack overall, we have girls who are fast and learned the skills of catching and throwing, but we need to work on our game knowledge. And that comes with experience.”

 

The Indians, who have never made the playoffs in Brennan’s tenure, will kick off their season March 14 at home against the Elmont Spartans. 

 

Resident Gains Black Belt

Thursday, 06 March 2014 00:00

New Hyde Park Michael Castelli recently participated in the 32nd Black Belt Graduation at Charles Water Karate & Fitness, located at 122 Hillside Ave. in Williston Park. He graduated to first-degree black belt.

 

“Our studio teaches students how to defend themselves responsibly while instilling self-confidence, self-discipline and respect for others,” says Grandmaster Charles Water, owner and director of the school. 

 

Students tested in October, successfully passed their exam recently and received their black belt certificates. “Who says that the youth of America are not committed?    A healthy life style at the karate studio, mentally and physically is alive, well and working,” said Water.

 

Sewanhaka LAX Looks To Start Season Strong

Written by Robert B. Bonaparte Thursday, 06 March 2014 00:00

After missing the playoffs two straight years, the Sewanhaka Indians Boys lacrosse team will face tougher odds if it hopes to advance to postseason play in 2014. 

 

The Indians, who start their season March 24 at Oyster Bay, will be playing out of Section 8, Nassau Conference II (Class B) this year; a bump up from their usual spot in Nassau Conference III (Class C).  Typically, the schools are divided by enrollment. 

 

 “There are no gimmies in this league,” said nine-year coach Peter Burgess. “We were the last team to make this league in terms of population. They kind of drew the line below us. So we’re the smallest school in the league.”

Burgess said another obstacle for the Indians will be facing teams that they have no experience playing before. 

 

Local Teams Enter Premier League

Written by The Illustrated News Editorial Staff Thursday, 27 February 2014 00:00

The New Hyde Park Lady Jaguars and the New Hyde Park Thundercats of the Long Island Junior Soccer League are two of the 84 soccer teams that will be playing in the 2014 Eastern New York Premier League (ENYPL) season on Saturday, March 15. The 83 teams playing represents a 17 percent increase from last year. Every team will be competing in six regular season games this spring.

 

“By playing a reduced six-game schedule with playoffs, ENYPL teams now have the option of rejoining Division 1 of their own member league, making those leagues stronger in the process,” ENYPL Director Steve Padaetz stated.

 

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