July 23, 2008 RSS feed / Schools/Sports

Massapequa holds Little League Opening Day ceremony

Oyster Bay Town Councilman Angelo A. More...

Strong finishes by Massapequa area runners highlight 6th annual Long Island Greenbelt trail runs

Among the highlights of the sixth an­nual Long Island Greenbelt Trail Runs hosted by the Greater Long Island Run­ning Club on May 10 were the strong performances by veteran Massapequa athletes Brendan Mims of Massapequa, Kevin Burke of Mas More...

Massapequa International Little League opening

Nassau County Legislator Peter J. Schmitt was on hand to greet the An­cient Order of Hibernians Division 15 "A" T-ball team at the recent opening day of the Massapequa International Little League. More...

Hometown release from Salisbury University

The Capital Athletic Conference announced the 2008 all-conference teams recently. Senior Kelly Phillips, a senior at Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland, More...

High School Ambassadors Club members participate

Nineteen Farmingdale High School Ambassadors Club members partici­pated at the Nassau County Human Rights Convention. More...

Farmingdale school district holds annual pasta night

Stanley D. Saltz­man East Memorial School in the Farm­ingdale School Dis­trict recently held its annual Pasta Night. More...

Plainedge girls varsity softball goes undefeated

The Plainedge High School girls var­sity softball team went 19-0 this season and won the Conference Champion­ship under the guidance of first year coaches Jason McGowan and Jennifer Sinacore. More...

Mangano attends All Star Hockey Game

Legislator Edward Mangano congratulates Nassau Nassau County Bantam All Star Players, Steven Quinn, Matthew, Ryan Pfingst, Erin Allen, Nick Walker and Matthew Tamborrino. More...

Plainedge Little League Baseball opening day

Plainedge Little League Baseball had opening day festivities and marked 50 years of service to the community. Nassau County Legislator Peter J. Schmitt presented Special Legislative Recognition to help mark the occa­sion. More...

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