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Boys Lacrosse Has High Hopes

Written by Tracy Reardon Friday, 21 May 2010 00:00

Heading into the 2010 season, the Mineola varsity boys lacrosse team was looking to be playoff bound. Returning players such as seniors Nick Grimaldi, Bob Port, Billy Gerstner, Mike Escobar and also juniors Nick Fabiano and Spencer Wolf made coaches Mike Perro and Anthony Barone excited for the season to come. Freshman attackman Brian Gaffney showed his talents sooner rather than later in the season and has really proved that he deserves his starting spot on the field. Off to a rocky start, the Mustangs showed some hope in a game against North Shore. Spencer Wolf scored a goal with 1:18 left in the fourth quarter off a pass from Billy Gerstner who had two goals on the day to tie the game for the Mustangs.


Mineola PAL Update

Friday, 14 May 2010 00:00

3rd Grade Chiefs Beats Massapequa   

The Chiefs 3rd Grade Boys Lacrosse Team was outstanding as they had their work cut out for them in beating the perennial powerhouse Massapequa Mustangs 9-5 at home on the first annual Mineola Lacrosse Day. This brings their undefeated record to 3-0.


MAA Travel Soccer News

Friday, 14 May 2010 00:00

Garden City Golden Goal Stuns Mineola-May 2

By Jillian Palma

The Girls U11 Mineola Mini-Mustangs suffered a heartbreaking defeat to the Garden City Shooting Stars in the Waldbaum’s Cup Challenge in the second overtime period. With two minutes remaining before a decisive shootout, Garden City scored the winning goal on a perfect shot past the outstretched arms of Mini-Mustangs goalkeeper Cara Kennedy. Kennedy had given her team a chance to win all game long, with many terrific saves.


Mineola Athletic Association Travel Soccer News

Friday, 07 May 2010 00:00

Mini Mustangs Fall Short Against Oyster Bay

April 24 -The Girls U11 Mineola Mini-Mustangs were defeated by the Oyster Bay Pearls 3-0. The Mini’s recovered from a low start to put a lot of pressure on Oyster Bay, but couldn’t score on any of its ten shots on goal.  Mineola forwards Annie Cripps, Emma Feimer, Alana Conroy, and Cara Kennedy all played hard and generated many good scoring opportunities for Mineola. Although the Mini’s came up short, midfielders Katie Russelman, Christen Patalano, Casey Connors, and Michelle Viola, all played great.  Jillian Palma, Olivia Delay, Valerie Cobos, and Meghan LaFaye each broke up several Oyster Bay scoring opportunities to lead Mineola’s defense in front of goalkeeper Shannon Durham, who made several difficult saves.

—Submitted by Cara Kennedy



Mineola Athletic Association Softball News

Friday, 07 May 2010 00:00

Mineola Lightning Improve to 5-0

 April 25– The Mineola Lightning Girls Softball Team improved its record to 5-0. The Lightning have been led by the strong pitching of Tierney Fitzgerald and Shannon Durham and solid fielding by Hannah Hoyt, Kellie Cassidy and Courtney Scheuer. They are also swinging their bats well with timely hits by Sara McCarthy, Valerie Cobos, Stella Davis and Kayla Orefice. The Lightning’s offense has been averaging more than 10 runs per game. Christina Benintendi, Angelina Filpo-Toscano, Samantha Marcia, Angelina Morelli, Victoria Ondris and Lyndsey Reuther round out the squad, which since forming in January has improved significantly because of the dedication of the girls. All of their hard work is now paying off.



Varsity Softball Wants to Regain 2008 Form

Written by Tracy Reardon Friday, 30 April 2010 00:00

The Mineola Varsity Softball team has been in the process of rebuilding since its conference championship in 2008. With big losers such as Alyssa Palma and Nicole Reardon, the team had to find their way again. Fourth-year varsity starter Michelle Morrison has taken over the role of team captain. She is an inspirational leader who has overcome many obstacles such as shoulder surgery last February.


Mineola Baseball Moves Into First Place

Written by Nick Palma Friday, 30 April 2010 00:00

It has been an exciting first couple of weeks for the Mineola Mustangs Baseball team. It opened up the season on April 6 with a home win vs. Hewlett. After losing the next two games, both Coach Helms Bohringer and Coach Barry Silverstein weren’t going to give up on the team. They have been working the kids even harder knowing that a couple of big series were on the way.


Chiefs Check Farmingdale

Friday, 23 April 2010 00:00

The Mineola Chiefs third grade boys lacrosse team went on the road and defeated the Farmingdale Dalers 6-2 on April 11. The Chiefs scoring was produced by midfielders Michael O’Connell (4 Goals) and Jack Duff (2 Goals).


MAA Travel Soccer News People in the News

Friday, 23 April 2010 00:00
U10 Lady Red Bulls Win Waldbaum’s Cup Opener (March 21)

In its first game against the Mount Sinai Lady Stampede, Joanna Graca scored both of Mineola’s goals in their 2-0 win.  One of Graca’s tallies came off a straight cross from Jordyn Sinert.  The Red Bulls’ defensive line was led by by Nicole Hetzel and Jessica Gugliemeli.  Haley Tarantino had several saves in goal to earn a shutout.   Erin Patterson and Kaitlyn Assalone played a solid midfield.  


Mangano Announces Summer Recreation Program

Friday, 16 April 2010 00:00
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano announced a new Summer Recreation Program for children at four county parks: Christopher Morley Park, Cantiague Park, Nickerson Beach Park and Wantagh.

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