June 27, 2001 RSS feed / Schools/Sports

A great job was done at PTA reflections contest

Raymond J. Lockhart Elementary School of Massapequa is proud to announce the PTA Reflections contest 2000-2001 participants and winners. This years theme was "It Would Be Really Strange If..." A great job was done by all. More...

Local athletes heading to AAU Nationals

Kevin Dooley, Brian Nelson and Kevin Vesilla, eighth grade students in the Massapequa School District, have qualified to go to Orlando, Florida to represent the Metropolitan New York area in the Boys 14.U division at the AAU National Basketball Tour More...

Friends forever—eighth graders enjoy lunch at Grace day school in Massapequa

Friends, friends, friends we will always be. Enjoying a hot lunch on the grounds of Grace Day School in Massapequa are eighth grade senior class members Vanessa Spoto, Lauren Fritschi, Kaitlyn Margeson of Amityville and Ashley Prisco. More...

Giannattasio and Peterson graduate with honors

Krista Giannattasio and Kelly Peterson provided their dad More...

The Massapequa Fever captures third straight eastern NYS championship

THREE PEAT FOR FEVER!! - Giambanco, Dowling and Miller fuel Fever drive to third straight State title. More...

Murphy wins Long Beach run My 27th

Don Murphy of Massapequa Park scored as the fourth runner overall and first in the 40 to 44 age group in the 25th annual Long Beach 10 Mile Run, held Sunday, May 27. More...

Massapequa Chiefs Varsity softball captured Nassau County A1 league chanpionship

The 2001 Massapequa Chiefs varsity softball team, under the guidance of Coach Ron Middleton, captured the Nassau County Conference A1 League Championship, Tuesday, May 15, defeating Oceanside 14-1. More...

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