The Island Trees Varsity Football team had a successful 2009 season. The Bulldogs compiled a record of 5-3, earning them a top-four playoff seed. For the first time since the 1960s, the football team would host a first round playoff game against the Floral Park Knights. Although the Bulldogs lost in overtime, 27-24, the players never gave up and left everything they had on the field. As coaches, we could not ask for anything more. The players were disappointed, especially the seniors, but this year’s team helped put Island Trees Football back on the map.
The 2009-2010 Nassau County Girls Basketball season started with the Lady Dragons of Division Avenue High School ranked third in conference ABC-1. Nassau County separates girls basketball into ability based conferences, going from the stronger teams in conference one to the weakest teams in conference five. This means that girls at Division Avenue were scheduled to play the six best teams in their class.
Wisdom Lane would like to congratulate seventh-grade student Taylor Traenkle for being selected to play for the 12-year-old Junior Islander Hockey Team.
Taylor’s team played in a ten-day, three-city tournament in China where the team went 4-1. The team won the Charles B. Wang Project Hope Invitational Tournament. Taylor had nine goals and five assists in the five games.
His coach, former Islander Benoit Hogue, chose him to accept the championship trophy on behalf of his team.
In February, Taylor and his team will travel to Quebec, Canada to play in the Pee Wee Hockey World Championships, which is comprised of teams from all over the world. On Feb. 9, the Junior Islander team will be playing against team Switzerland before the New York Islander game. If you would like to follow the team’s progress, go to newyorkislanders.com.
The Island Trees Girls Varsity Basketball team had another successful week. The girls won two more games improving their record to 5-2 in conference. The Lady Dawgs are currently tied for first place.
The MacArthur Generals wrestling team competed against Garden City on Wednesday, Jan. 13, winning the match 44 to 24. MacArthur’s number-one ranked Adam Troy pinned Garden City’s Frank McGoldrick.
Photo by Joe DAquila/phototrens.com
Levittown PAL wrestlers recently participated in the Seventh Annual Massapequa Youth Tournament, which was just renamed this year, the Al Bevilacqua Annual Youth Tournament.
After digging itself a hole in the Conference AA-II standings, the MacArthur boys’ varsity basketball team started clawing its way back into playoff contention with a 54-44 win against Long Beach on Monday, Jan. 11.
The Division Avenue Boys Basketball Team won their first league game over Wantagh 49-41 on Tuesday, Jan. 5.
The MacArthur High School wrestling team has started off the 2009-2010 season on the right foot and is currently ranked number five in New York State.
Six games, starts mid February at MacArthur Turf Field
Final in-person registration Jan. 10- Feb. 28 on Sundays MacArthur Gym- 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
For more info call 616-3107, visit www.lswbb.com or visit the office on Saturdays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Realty Advisors (Next to Iavarone’s) 1168 Wantagh Avenue.
Levittown Generals Summer Baseball Program 13 and Up, coached by MacArthur HS staff and alumni. Must be 13 years old by April 30, 2010.
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