October 31, 2001 RSS feed / Schools/Sports

Fundraising for a good cause

The recent attack on America has shaken up the country, but has also showed the immense spirit of our youth. In just two days of fundraising, students of Massapequa High School raised a total of an amazing $2,500! More...

Massapequa Power Girls U10 take first place, undefeated

Massapequa Power, girls U10 soccer team won first place in the Paul R. Cody Windsor Soccer Tournament held in Connecticut on Columbus Day weekend. The girls were undefeated. More...

Kristen Kastner, of Massapequa Park scores first career goal

Kristen Kastner, of Massapequa Park, a sophomore at Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pennsylvania and a player on its field hockey team, scored her first career goal in the Mules More...

Students selected for All State concert

Plainedge High School students Anthony Caputo and Joseph Fantozzi have been selected to participate in the prestigious New York State School Music Association More...

Plainedge students participate in Shadow Day

Nassau County Commissioner of Jurors Thomas DeVivo, met with Plainedge students Jennifer Daddario, Beth Walsh, Kevin Johns and David Kaplan, at the Court House in Mineola as part of Plainedge High School More...

Local bake sale for WTC

On September 18, 11 friends, all ninth graders from the Massapequa High School Ames campus in Massapequa decided to get together and do something very special for the victims of the World Trade Center tragedy and contribute to the fundraising effort More...

MSC Steelers triumph with undefeated five game first place win

At the Columbus Day Tournament held October 6, 7 and 8 in Windsor, Connecticut, the Massapequa Soccer Club More...

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