The Syosset Braves completed an impressive season by icing the Plainedge Red Devils and winning the Town of Oyster Bay Ice Hockey Championship. [Read more…]
The Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center is currently offering early bird registration for the town’s Summer Hockey School program, developed by The Rinx Hockey School at the Town’s Ice Skating Center, located at 1001 Stewart Ave. in Bethpage, according to Town Councilman Chris J. Coschignano. Hockey enthusiasts can sign up for any number of weekly sessions at discounted prices now through April 1, from one week to all eight weeks of the program.
“This summer, hockey players in the Town of Oyster Bay will have the unique opportunity to develop and learn new hockey skills in week-long sessions designed specifically for their talent level,” Coschignano said. “Parents may register their children now for the Rinx Summer Hockey School, which is not only a great way for kids to spend the summer, but is also an excellent opportunity for them to fine tune their hockey skills.”
Coschignano commented on the schedule for the hockey school. The program, which is slated to begin June 29 and run through Aug. 17, will include a full day of on-ice and off-ice training run by trained hockey professionals. Throughout the week, participants will receive the benefit of 15 to 20 hours of on-ice training and six to eight hours of off-ice training. The program will be broken down into two levels, intermediate and advanced. The intermediate skills program is for ages five through 12 and will include 15 hours of on-ice training per week and more than eight hours of training per week off the rink. The advanced session is geared for travel players ages six through 14 and includes 20 hours of on-ice training and six hours of training per week off the ice. Both skill programs focus on shooting, passing, agility drills and field sports. Lunch every day is included.
“The Summer Hockey School sessions will be challenging, but will result in newly developed skills for our young hockey players,” Coschignano said. “Each class will be filled with useful tips and techniques to fully develop each student’s hockey playing abilities.”
“The Rinx Summer Hockey School is not only a great way to spend the summer, but an excellent opportunity to fine tune their hockey skills,” Coschignano continued. “Town of Oyster Bay residents receive a 10 percent discount on any of the training weeks.” Early arrival and late pick up will also be available.
Anyone interested in registering for the program or looking to find out more information on the Rinx Hockey School should go to www.therinx.com or call 516-797-4126 and ask for Ed Chandla.
Grant Burg, a Syosset High School senior, recently signed his National Letter of Intent to play soccer for Division 1 Lafayette College in Easton, PA.
Grant started playing soccer at the age of three for the Syosset Soccer Club. He has fond memories of playing with his friends and classmates at Stillwell Fields and Baylis School. [Read more…]
The Long Island Silent Flyers have been flying remote-controlled model gliders throughout the Syosset skyline since the club’s inception in the 1970s. However, people who have lived there their entire lives might not even be aware they exist—that’s something life-long local resident Ed Anderson can certainly attest to. [Read more…]
Congratulations to Mitch Gould of Woodbury, who scored as the third finisher overall in the inaugural Lincoln’s Birthday Marathon at Eisenhower Park on Feb. 12.
The 43-year-old Gould crossed the finish line in 1 Hour, 32 minutes and 23 seconds. [Read more…]
Oyster Bay Town Councilman Anthony D. Macagnone and Town Receiver of Taxes James J. Stefanich were among those on hand to welcome the LI Blues, as well as three other hockey teams, to the Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center in Bethpage for the fifth annual LI Blues Winter Classic recently. This special event showcased hockey players with special needs enjoying a game they love. [Read more…]
Even though New York looks like a winter wonderland with all the snow, the spring season of the Long Island Junior Soccer League (LIJSL) and Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association (ENYYSA) is scheduled to begin in five weeks. The traditional kickoff to the spring season is the LIJSL Convention, which will be held on March 6 to 8. [Read more…]
The Sewanhaka Indians fell to the Jericho Jayhawks, 44-40 on Jan. 20 (4-9, 2-4). Indians standouts Korey McLaurin finished with 23 points, including two three-pointers while Danori Williams and Justin Alexander topped off with 6 points.
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Jericho’s Maxx Rosenbloom grabbed 14 points, including five field goals. Zachary Blitz scored 11 points while Justin Lee nabbed 10 with four free throws.
It can be hard enough to get the kids out from in front of the television when the weather is nice. Add in some snow and zero degree temperatures and most parents probably have a bona-fide videogame-playing couch potato on their hands.
However, Frozen Ropes, an indoor sports facility, with two Long Island locations (Garden City and Syosset), which is centered on baseball and softball, might be the ticket to getting your children active during the season when they’re least likely to do so. But first, let’s answer a pressing question—what exactly does “Frozen Ropes” mean? [Read more…]
Runners and walkers of all ages and levels of ability from Syosset, Jericho, Woodbury and all over Long Island and beyond are invited to test their training and endurance levels by being a part of the 18th annual Lazer, Aptheker, Rosella & Yedid Kings Park 15 Kilometer Run. The run will take place on Saturday, March 14, starting at 9 a.m. at New Beginnings of Kings Park (formerly New Discovery Elementary School) at 180 Lawrence Rd. in Kings Park.
The prestigious law firm of Lazer, Aptheker, Rosella & Yedid, P.C. has stepped forward once again to be the title sponsor of this 18th edition of the run, and several of the attorneys in the firm will once again be taking the challenge of the hills of Kings Park. [Read more…]