Play Ball! Opening day started off with fireworks as the Diamondbacks’sixth-inning rally ended just short of a come from behind win. The starting pitchers: Cenzo Montoni, Garrett Roth, Thomas Rubinic, Anthony Steves, and Jackson Benjamin threw strikes and kept their team in the game. Marc Baronci, Jackson Benjamin and Cenzo Montoni set up the strike zone for their pitchers and played excellent defense behind the plate. Michael Campagnoulo, Brandon Colon, Mathew Merolla, Nicholas Rubinic, Mathew Rubinic, and Liam Nihan played heads up infield baseball and executed to keep the game close. With the game almost out of reach, Garrett Roth made a great catch in the fifth inning to end a scoring rally. The bats were cracking as Brandon Colon, Liam Nihan, Garrett Roth, Mathew Rubinic, and Nicholas Rubinic had hits to bring in three runs. The above led to the aforementioned sixth inning comeback. Down with a score of eight to three and an ACE on the mound for the Angels, Anthony Steves led off with a double. Cenzo Montoni brought home Anthony with a triple down the right field line. Matthew Merolla hit a double to straight away center as Cenzo scored. Marc Baronci had an infield hit, Jackson Benjamin walked and Michael Camagnoulo filled the bases with another infield hit. There were two outs with the tying run at second and the go ahead run at first. The Diamondbacks’ fans were on the edge of their seats as the Angels ACE was in trouble. The ACE won this battle but the Diamondbacks learned that the game is never over and to never give up!! What a opening day game.
It might have been a chilly opening day for the New Hyde Park Kiwanis Reds who started the season against the mighty Island Wide Medical Associates Rays, but the Reds were “red” hot on the field. Pitchers Chris Bruccoleri, Jordan Seidenberg and Elliot Weissman combined for 5 scoreless innings, which allowed for red hot bats to light up the evening with solid hitting from Michael Jacobs, Paarth and brother Prit Patel, while Dylan Karef ripped a double during the second inning. We also had solid fielding which kept runs off the board including a Willie Mays style catch by AJ Devito, and pure brilliance from Andrew Apazza, John Welch and Daniel Mattea at third, as well as a dart thrown by Matthew Baronci from third to home to get the runner at home.
McCreery pitched a complete game and had his first no-hitter in his first start of the season.
New Hyde Park 12-year-old swimmer Samantha Merino had quite a weekend in upstate Buffalo setting a team record as she captured the 2012 state championship in the freestyle. Merino also placed first in both the 200 Medley Relay and the 200 Free Relay.
The Merino family is no stranger to success in the pool and will have to make room on the living room mantle as Samantha now joins her big sister Jessica, as Jessica is a swimming star at Scranton University.
Supervisor Jon Kaiman, the North Hempstead Town Board, in conjunction with the town parks and recreation department and Harbor Links Golf Course announced that the season opening of the North Shore’s premier public golf course would be March 24.
In addition to their driving range, clubhouse, golf shop and miniature golf course, Harbor Links features a nationally renowned and Audubon International certified 18-hole championship course as well as a more intimate 9-hole executive course. Harbor Links also provides a wide variety of services including: private lessons, junior golf programs, adult clinics and catering and dining options, among others.
The foundation for character building and success starts at home. The schools and role models that impact your child’s life assist in reinforcing the aspirations that you have for your child’s development and future.
Karatatot which is a unique program offered by Charles Water Karate & Fitness, located at 122 Hillside Avenue in Williston Park, is a combination of exercise and karate in a format specifically designed for children ages 4½ and up. In a fun-filled and nurturing setting, your children learn concentration, discipline, respect, as well as an understanding of self defense at their own level.
It has been learned that Lucas Santangelo, a senior at New Hyde Park Memorial has received a football scholarship to attend Monmouth University, in New Jesery, this fall. With him is coach Dolan, his mom and dad, Memorial Principal Michael DeMartino and Mr. Klimuszko.
The streets were trembling, the buildings were shaking and the confetti was falling by the truck-full in the Canyon of Heroes on Tuesday, Feb. 7 as New York City said thanks to its beloved Big Blue.
The New York Giants celebrated the 21-17 Super Bowl XVLI (46) victory over the New England Patriots in style with a ticker-tape parade and estimated attendance of one million screaming onlookers. Fans laughed, cheered, even cried as their favorite team passed by on what could be magically mistaken as chariots of the football gods.
An estimated 40 tons of confetti showered the “G-MEN.” Fans barricaded on the sidewalks took to climbing streetlights, signs and building storefronts to could catch a glimpse of the team.
The Manor Oaks PTA hosted a wonderful family fitness night at the Manor Oaks School. They invited Lucy B’s “Jump N Fun” fitness to participate in a fun and cardio-packed workout. Both students and their parents learned many different jump roping techniques, as well as playing fun games using jump ropes.
Students at Charles Water Karate & Fitness, located at 122 Hillside Avenue in Williston Park, last week participated in the studio’s 31st 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.”
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