On Saturday, June 4, the MAA held its annual All-Star game and Family Fun Day. The day consisted of a DJ, games for the kids, bouncy ride, movie at night for the kids, adult softball game and barbecue all day. The MAA thanked Village Hall for the table and chairs and the firehouse for the grills and ice. A couple of hundred families came out to enjoy the day
In an excellent performance, Mineola blitzed Port Washington winning 10-2. This was a total team effort, great goal-tending by Joey Megeil, awesome defense by the “Big 4 D,” and a high-powered offense that played lights out. In goal Megeil again performed outstandingly, making seven saves on nine shots. He made two stick saves on Port Washington attackmen, and one kick save beauty on a point blank shot, frustrating Port Washington’s offense all game long.
The Mineola sixth graders traveled to East Meadow and won a hard fought contest 6-5. They remain unbeaten at 5-0. Mineola’s defense and goal-tending stood tall for this crucial win, as the offense stalled much of the first half.
In a battle of unbeatens, Mineola prevailed, winning 9-3. The last time these two teams played, Huntington beat Mineola 7-6.
The 4th Grade Chiefs Lacrosse Team went on the road this past weekend and squeezed out a 10-9 Win against the Farmingdale Hawks in a tightly played game. This brings the young Chiefs season record to 7-0.
Mineola goes to 2-0 as they defeated West Islip 6-2.
Mineola’s offense was very impressive as eight different players got involved in the scoring. Once again, Mineola’s “fogos” were perfect on faceoffs going 5 for 5; Campbell Goulet 2 of 2, Brandan Krebs 2 of 2, and Joe Grimm 1 of 1. The eight players who had a hand in the scoring were: Dan Powell (3 goals), Mike Scaldateri (2 assists), Brendan Krebs (1 goal 1 assist), Tom McCune (1 goal 1 assist), Sean Kelly (1 goal), Goulet (1 assist), Dom Pascarella (1 assist), and Grimm (1 assist).
Sports stars come to Albertson each year to show support for Abilities!, one of the world’s leading organizations dedicated to fully integrating people with disabilities into society. And this year is no exception with headliners including Executive Sportsman honoree Lou Piniella, and Roy Campanella Award recipients, Ted Kennedy, Jr. and Eric LeGrand.
The Mineola boys’ spring track and field had great success in its league meet competition this season. The reigning 2010 Nassau County Class ‘A’ Champions posted a record of 12-2 in Conference IV.
After a slow start to the first half of the season for the Mineola Varsity Baseball team, the Mustangs have proved, in their last couple of games, that they can be a threat throughout the rest of the season and into the playoffs. After losing the first two games in a three game series versus an undefeated Clarke team, the Mustangs handed Clarke their first loss of a season in the third game.
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 you have for your child’s development and future.
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