Shelter Rock Church, located on 178 Cold Spring Road in Syosset, presents MEGA Sports Lacrosse Camp this summer.
The goal of the program is “offering kids in sixth through eighth grade an opportunity to develop their lacrosse skills, discover character-building concepts, and have a whole lot of fun,” says Leslie Maxey, Children’s Director.
One of the visions of Syosset Baseball Association is to work closely with managers and coaches to ensure that they provide the proper instruction and discipline to players on and off the field, both in-game and in practice situations.
The Syosset Fire Boys U13 soccer team, under Coach Matt Verdi, tied for second in their division with a record of 6-2 for the spring season.
On Saturday, June 19, Dynamics Associates played American Recycling in the A-Division World Series at Syosset-Woodbury Park. Friends, neighbors and relatives filled the bleachers, rooting on both teams for what was anticipated to be a very exciting game. The game certainly lived up to expectations.
The Jericho Little League 11- and 12-year-old All-Stars defeated the Syosset All-Stars by a score of 7-4 in the 2nd Annual Turnpike Challenge.
William Hansler of the NYPD Racing Team was a convincing winner in the 19th annual David Lerner Associates Long Island Police Appreciation 5 Kilometer Run, held in Eisenhower Park on the evening of June 10, crossing the finish line in 16:39 - exactly one minute in front of the incredible 58-year-old Chris Webber of the Super Runner’s Shop Team. Hansler’s NYPD teammate Shaun Mara scored in 3rd place OA.
Syosset Baseball Association’s Annual All-Star Games and Picnic honoring Brian Murphy, a Syosset Baseball Association player who passed away several years ago, took place at Syosset-Woodbury Park on Saturday, May 29.
This festive day had a “Hawk” landing at the park with the arrival of a special guest, soon to be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Andre “The Hawk” Dawson.
The Jericho Blue Sox 12-year old travel baseball team finished its season with a 13-1 record, which was good enough for first place in the 12 Divisional division of the National Junior Baseball League.
The Jericho Jayhawks 8-year old travel baseball team finished its season with a 6-1 record, which was good enough for first place in the 8-National division of the National Junior Baseball League.
The Jericho Middle School Hockey Team finished its first season, reaching the semifinal round of the Long Island Championship, losing by one goal in the last minute to the eventual champions Massapequa. League officials commented that they have never seen such exciting hockey at the Middle School level as in this game.
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