May 1, 2002 RSS feed / Schools/Sports

Schwarting students read for the Red Cross

Schwarting School second graders in Dina Milito, Fern Schwortz, Kathleen Cleary, and Kathleen Morris More...

PAL fifth grade basketball ends season with a win

The Police Athletic League (P.A.L.) 2001-2002 fifth grade winter basketball season concluded recently. On February 14 Team 3 ended their last game with a 28 to 11 victory over Team 5 at the Unqua Elementary School gymnasium. More...

Justin Cynar makes 11 saves for Cornell

Justin Cynar, of Massapequa, a senior goalie at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, made 11 saves for the Men More...

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Plainedge students named winners of Inventor Challenge

Schwarting School fifth grader Alexa Vieni (right) is a top ten Grand Prize winner in the Kid Inventor Challenger 2001, a toy inventing contest sponsored by the Wild Planet Toy Company. More...

Massapequa music student hits a high note at the Grammy's

Imagine if U2 or No Doubt had a chance to attend the Grammy Awards show when they were in high school? Jumping at his chance to attend is Cultural Arts Center student James Barry. More...

Mites play on New York Islander ice

Several members of the Nassau County "Mites" Initiation program, including Coach Jake Altner of North Massapequa, got the chance to play their favorite sport at the Nassau County Coliseum. More...