Oct. 30-The GU12 Mineola Mini-Mustangs’ offense was clicking the entire game against the Auburndale Jaguars, earning the Mini’s a 3-1 victory and improving its season record to 3-3. Allison Lamonica scored Mineola’s first two goals, the first coming off a series of nifty passes between Christen Patalano, Brianna O’Brien, Lamonica and Emma Feimer.
Saturday, Oct. 16, 2010 was declared “TaeKwonDo Day” by Nassau County Chief Executive Ed Mangano.
TaeKwonDo, a Korean Martial Art, enjoys popularity throughout the world and holds the unique position as a Martial Art, Korean cultural export, and world Olympic Sport.
In its inaugural season, the Mineola Express, has remained unbeaten to improve its record to 5-0. After a season opening win against Valley Stream, and subsequent wins against West Hempstead, Floral Park and Carle Place, the boys U12 Travel Soccer team beat the only other undefeated team, Oceanside, 4-1 on Saturday Oct. 23
Well, not exactly. The Corpus Christi Boys 4th grade basketball team has been invited by Coach Mo Cassara and the Hofstra University men’s basketball team to play at halftime of the Dec. 22 at 7 p.m during the Hofstra vs. Holy Cross basketball game.
Oct. 13-The BU9 Mineola Magic played to a hard fought tie against an undefeated Hempstead Warriors team. The Magic scored the game’s first goal when Kieran Hendry finished a dynamic corner from Jordan Sandler.
Hands were held high on Saturday, October 16th when the Mineola Mustangs defeated Friends Academy 38-6. Once the opening kickoff was underway Mineola took control on both sides of the ball.
At its 2010 golf outing, the Mineola Lions awarded the prestigious Melvin Jones Award to past president Rick Volpe for his dedicated leadership of the Club and exceptional service to the community. Rick, the owner of Van Buren Buick Pontiac GMC in Garden City Park, served as President for two years, during which time the Club raised and donated tens of thousands of dollars.
The Mineola Mustangs enjoyed a decent start to its season. They defeated Oyster Bay 35-0 for third victory this past Saturday, bringing its record to 3-2. This is a very young Mineola team, at times starting as many as eight or nine underclassmen on each side of the ball.
The boys varsity soccer team heads into the second half of its season with their pre-season goals of making the Nassau County playoffs for a seventh consecutive year and contending for a conference title very much intact. The team has compiled a league record of 6 – 0 - 0 (8 - 0 - 1 overall) which is good for sole possession of first place in the conference.
The Chiefs 9-year-olds boys football team got back to its winning ways as they went on the road and defeated the Syosset Braves 20-6. This brings the Chiefs early season winning record to 2-1.
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