Early registration: Nov. 1 to Dec. 31—Pre-K and Kindergarten $150, first to sixth grades (seventh grade for girls) $200. [Read more...]
The Manhasset Men’s Softball League championship series was played at Manhasset High School on Sunday, Nov. 9 in warm weather conditions. The series featured two of the oldest clubs in the league. The Sambucas had a magical post-season run to the series, even more remarkable in that they prevailed in the first two play-off rounds with only the minimum nine players appearing. They came to the series having finished fourth in the regular season. [Read more...]
Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund’s largest and most anticipated event of the year, Jimmy’s Run Down Hero Highway, is almost here. The 5k run/walk/stroll will take place on Sunday, Nov. 16 in New York City. [Read more...]
All of Manhasset High School’s varsity sport teams qualified as Scholar Athlete Teams this past year and the three years before that.
Pictured from left to right is Todd Nelson, Manhasset High School Athletic Director Jim Amen, and Superintendent of Schools Charles Cardillo accepting the award.
This Saturday, Oct. 25, the 7th Annual Tom Zangas Memorial Lung Cancer Foundation/Archangel Michael 5K/1K Run/Walk will take place at 9 a.m., at Christopher Morley Park. [Read more...]
The first home game for the Manhasset Indians arrived and the town showed their excitement by filling every seat in the stands, The Indians who are 0-2 had a hard time and were trying to put it together. Blue and orange was filtered throughout the crowd and you could feel the excitement from the fans.
The Manhasset offense had a tough time starting up and the strong Lynbrook defense wasn’t giving them any help. Lynbrook’s air tight defense stayed strong throughout the entire game and didn’t give the Indians a break.
Without a touchdown in the first half, Manhasset seemed out of the game. Then right in the beginning of the second half, Ben Cirella had a huge rushing touchdown of 52 yards. The awesome rush of yardage brought excitement back into the air and things seemed to turn optomistic.
Unfortunately, injuries plagued the Indians and the team failed to score again in the game. Every time Maanhasset had a drive going or a few plays going their way, something unexpected would happen and cause them to lose the ball or turn it over.
As the Manhasset offense struggled, so did the defense. Manhasset’s defense couldn’t match up to the high powered offense of the Lynbrook Owls. Allowing 34 points in the first half, the entire team was in a major hole throughout the game. The Indians fought back the entire game and tried their hardest to get back into the game. In an impressive second half, the Indians shut down the Lynbrook offense. If the defense played like they did in the second half the entire game, they would’ve had a much better chance of winning and put themselves into a better position offensively.
In both games this year the Indians have given up large plays in kick offs and punt teams. The special team’s issues have allowed opponents offensive teams to be put into better position to score and thus put more stress on the Manhasset defense.
Manhasset’s struggled and lost 41-7 to Lynbrook. Manhasset is scheduled to play the Roslyn Bulldogs this Saturday, Sept. 27.
The North Shore Kayak Club will participate in the national American Littoral Society coastal cleanup. The Kayak Club will concentrate its clean-up efforts on Leeds Pond Beach in Plandome. The clean-up will occur on Saturday, Sept. 20 at 10:30 a.m.. Participants can arrive by kayak or canoe, walk over, or drive and park at the Science Museum of Long Island across the street. There is a staircase that descends to the beach. [Read more...]
As part of his FitNassau Initiative and in recognition of Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, Nassau County will be hosting a free family-friendly Maximum Boot Camp at Cantiague Park on Sunday, Sept. 21 and Sunday, Sept 28. There will be six classes each day, three at 10 a.m. and three at 11 a.m.
Maximum Boot Camp is a fitness and weight loss program for adults. Realizing the need for a brighter and healthier future, the trainers at Maximum Boot Camp felt it was important to create a program for children. Maximum Kids Club is the start of something new and ingenious for our kids, families and schools to promote health for our kids with the support of our community and school systems.
Maximum Kids Club is a series of Life Size Fitness Board and Card Games that teach our kids in a FUN and exciting way how to eat right, exercise, and perfect cognitive skills necessary for academic performance! Exercise for many kids can be boring and weight loss for kids can be even more torturous; but playing a game with colors, Life Size cards, boards, dice and more can be very fun and challenging. The best way to get our kids on the right path to fitness, weight loss and eating right is to allow them to do what they do best and that’s playing! Why not tap into that natural desire of our kids to play and at the same time provoke learning, thinking, and fitness.
To reserve your spot please call 516-572-0200. For more information please visit www.obesitychange.com.
For more information about the Nassau County Department of Parks, Recreation and Museums, please call 572-0200 or visit the website at www.nassaucountyny.gov/parks.