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Lacrosse Hall Of Fame For Love Of The Game

Laxhalloffame051315A   The Manhasset Lacrosse Hall of Fame held its 27th annual golf classic and induction dinner on May 7 at the Plandome Country Club. The Hall of Fame helps promote, support and foster scholastic team lacrosse for Manhasset Public Schools. The Hall of Fame has been able to direct almost $725,000 for the past 26 years to support the boys and girls lacrosse teams in Manhasset.

This year’s inductees included Jason Buttles ’92, Roger Buttles ’96, Meghan Clarke ’05, Mike Ferrari’99, Patty Anne Kenny Reilly ’86 and Gavin Petracca ’05.

The weather was sunny and gorgeous for the golf classic. Manhasset high school lacrosse senior girls volunteered at the check-in table for the golfers at the Plandome Country Club. The senior girls included Danielle Nicosia, Sarah Phillips, Lindsey Laxhalloffame051315URonbeck, Kathryn Hallett and Madeline Barcia. Inductee and assistant coach Meghan Clarke and Hall of Fame board member Whitney Godfried helped with check in as well. Attendees received a blanket and personalized golf balls.

The dinner was really a record breaker, according to Lacrosse Hall of Fame board member Pam Monfort. “It was standing-room only and a true reunion this year,” said Monfort. “The day was enjoyed by all. Jason Buttles stole the show with his acceptance speech. He had us laughing and crying.”

Patty Anne Reilly gave a wonderful and truly heartfelt tribute to her former Coach Pam Monfort. There were lots of winners of great raffles, silent auctions and live auctions.

Several awards and scholarships were announced at the dinner. Sandy Buttles won the Angela Miller Memorial Award. The Angela Miller award is bestowed on a mother in the community who has encouraged and supported their children and others and has had an impact on the youth in the community. The award is named after Angela Miller, who raised 11 children, all of whom participated in the Manhasset PAL program. She attended virtually every lacrosse game that each of them played, both in high school and college.

The PAL/Baugher annual scholarship for the most dedicated player was awarded to James Thomas and Lindsay Ronbeck. The award honors the memory of the late W. Harry Baugher and Harry L. Baugher, who did so much as coaches for the young athletes of Manhasset. This scholarship is awarded to a senior Manhasset lacrosse player whose qualities include sportsmanship, leadership, teamwork, team spirit, tenacity, sacrifice and love of the game.

 

Susan Urban

susanurban050615BWorking out can be boring and repetitive, but a local personal trainer offers outdoor boot camp workouts that are energetic, fun and always different. Susan Urban has been a personal trainer since 1995. She specializes in in-home training and her popular outdoor boot camp. She can train you individually in your home or in a group. [Read more…]

Executive Cup

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano announced Saturday, July 18th, 2015 Nassau will be hosting the County’s top high school and adult soccer players to participasoccerte in the 5th Annual Nassau County Executive Cup, which will be held at Cantiague Park. [Read more…]

North Hempstead Ladies Golf News

GolfballOn April 22nd, the week’s rain parted for the North Hempstead Women’s Golf Association opening day tournament. The nine hole tournament was enjoyed under the sun by a spirited team event consisting of 18 holers and nine-holers playing together to celebrate the start of the season. [Read more…]

Manhasset Indians Crush Trojans In Woodstick

Woodstick_051315BThe lacrosse rivalry between Manhasset High School and Garden City High School has a history of over 127 years. This past Saturday, May 2, the Manhasset Indians once again captured the approval of the home crowd by winning the Woodstick Classic with a resounding 13 to 10 defeat over the Garden City Trojans. [Read more…]

Sailors For The Sea—Champions For Healthy Water

Spring has finally arrived. And with it, thoughts of cleaning up after the long, harsh winter are beginning to take root. For boaters this means tackling the long “to-do list,” so that the boat can be launched and ready to go. What does not come to mind so readily is thinking aboOnTheBay_042215Aut Manhasset Bay and Long Island Sound, the very water that allows us to enjoy summer days out cruising, racing, fishing and trips over to the north side of the Sound. So maybe spring is a good time to start thinking of cleaning up our water. [Read more…]

Woodstick Classic

laxThis Saturday, May 2, the 127th Woodstick Classic will spark the rivalry between Manhasset and Garden City in the fierce game of lacrosse.  Last year Manhasset masterfully won the event.  With the rivalry so close will Manhasset win again this year? [Read more…]

Kayak Club Begins Second Decade

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The North Shore Kayak Club kicks off its second decade of existence with an organizational meeting to be held on Wednesday, May 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the Hagedorn Room on the top floor of the Port Washington Public Library. [Read more…]

Winter Sports Awards At Buckley

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Buckley Country Day School recently handed out its winter awards, honoring the school’s top student athletes for the basketball season. All of the athletes received ribbons for their great play and sportsmanship and three players from each of the teams were given special awards. Three of those student athletes reside in Manhasset. [Read more…]

Chaminade Retains Regs Rock

RegsRock_041814Last Saturday, Chaminade High School was a fitting place to take in a lacrosse game or several of them if you were so inclined as a fan of the sport. It is fitting that this year the Ranger Lead the Way Fund was hosting their Lacrosse Day for Heroes here, where Jimmy Regan, Jr.—the Army Ranger whose father founded the nonprofit—graduated from in 1998. Fitting that the school’s newly built “Gold Star Stadium” bleachers, named for the 56 alumni of the all-boys private Catholic school who gave their lives in service of our country—including Regan—were filled with a few hundred spectators. Regan, who grew up in Manhasset, attended Munsey Park Elementary School and Manhasset Middle School before he entered Chaminade.  Click here for more photos. [Read more…]