Last Thursday, the Massapequa boys volleyball team scored an impressive trifecta: They captured the Nassau County Conference I title, they finished the season undefeated and they did so in dramatic fashion, coming from behind to top Port Washington, 3-2.
The Penn Relays are the biggest relay carnival in the world. Over 10,000 athletes and 50,000 spectators converge in Philadelphia each year over the last weekend in April for what can be considered track and field’s “Super Bowl.” Each year hundreds of 4 x 400 meter relays teams plan all season with the goal of earning a medal and or a championship plaque during their trip to Philadelphia.
In local high school sports, it has been the Massapequa boys’ volleyball squad, which has taken the glory this spring.
Five endurance athletes from the Massapequas—-Thomas Durnin, Brendan Mims, Brian Coll, Kerry Ann Massett, and Warren Drezen—-were among the 150 endurance athletes who successfully completed the eighth annual Long Island Greenbelt Trail Runs on May 8.
Everyone in Massapequa is aware of the powerhouse athletic teams that the high school fields year-round. For many of Massapequa High School’s top athletics, their playing days will continue on the college level.
Nassau County Legislative Presiding Officer Peter J. Schmitt and County Executive Edward Mangano welcome the Baseball World Champion Series Trophy to Mineola, where it was on display for several days in the legislative and executive building. The trophy was won by the New York Yankees, their 27th World Championship.
As the spring sports season heads into its final stretch, the Massapequa High School boys’ baseball squad, long a Nassau County powerhouse, has been playing just a notch above .500, while the boys’ volleyball team is going through an undefeated season.
Feel the adrenalin pumping, pressing, and pulsing through your veins. The world is twisting, turning, and tumbling before your eyes as you look through the small window of a cockpit. With a jolt, the plane stops with its nose facing the clouds and the aircraft slowly begins to fall backwards. To the average person this is a thrill-seeking move, an act of outright insanity. To an aerobatics pilot like David Windmiller this is just another everyday experience.
Prior to the first pitch of the 2010 spring baseball season, the coaching staff of the St. Kilian Saints took the time to honor the team’s 2009 award winners.
The Nassau County Summer Recreation Program will take place July 6 to August 12, Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Children ages 5 to 12 are welcome to attend at a cost of $450 for one child and $400 for each addition child.
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