Charity Run/Walk October 25

Applications are now available for the 7th Annual Tom Zangas Memorial Lung Cancer Foundation/Archangel Michael 5K/1K Run/Walk on Saturday, Oct. 25, at 9 a.m., at Christopher Morley Park in Roslyn.  [Read more...]

Roslyn Falls To Manhasset

This Saturday, the Roslyn Bulldogs will travel to Levittown to battle Division High School, where they hope to reverse the disappointing showing last weekend at Manhasset, where the Bulldogs lost to the Indians, 48-6. [Read more...]

Mets Visit Viscardi School

Last week, three star New York Mets players, Dillon Gee, Daniel Murphy and Lucas Duda, took time from the rigors of the regular season to visit the Albertson-based Henry Viscardi School. [Read more...]

Roslyn Romps In Homecoming

Last Saturday, a standing-room only crowd greeted the reigning Division V champion Roslyn Bulldogs to their Homecoming match up against Great Neck North. And the fans weren’t disappointed. The Bulldogs put on a mighty offensive show, defeating Great Neck 34-6 as Thomas Davis ran rampant through the Great Neck defense, scoring four touchdowns, including three on running plays. [Read more...]

Roslyn Homecoming’s This Weekend

The annual Roslyn High School Homecoming celebration will take place on Saturday, Sept. 20.

The community is invited to enjoy the Homecoming Parade beginning at 12:20 p.m. in front of Roslyn High School.  The parade will go through the Village of Roslyn and conclude at the high school.

Participating in the parade are the Roslyn fire departments, students, staff, parents, clubs and teams.

Principal Dr. Scott Andrews encourages the community to carry their enthusiasm and spirit from the parade into the football game scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. and cheer on the Roslyn Bulldogs against Great Neck North.

Opening ceremonies begin at 1:30 p.m. before the game. The Marching Bulldogs, Roslyn High School’s award-winning marching band, will perform during halftime.

Local Deli Celebrates Football

Football and food lovers of all ages filed into Delicacies Gourmet of Roslyn during Customer Appreciation Day held earlier this month. Customers got autographs from NFL player Sean Landeta and ESPN’s NFL reporter Adam Schefter while enjoying free food.

Jimmy Zanfardino, Delicacies Gourmet of Roslyn owner, was pleased that everyone had a blast.

“We love our customers and the community. The day was meant to bring everyone together to enjoy great food, football and themselves,” said Zanfardino. “We are celebrating the opening of football season right, and I’m very happy that Adam and Sean were involved. [Read more...]

Relay To Benefit Leukemia Chapter

runRunners from the Roslyn area are invited to join The Greater Long Island Running Club on Sunday, Sept. 28 for the Bethpage Federal Credit Union Ocean to Sound Relay.
The beneficiary of the race will be the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and its Long Island Chapter.

More than 150 teams of eight runners each are expected to traverse a 50-mile course from Jones Beach State Park to Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park in Oyster Bay, with the running to be followed by what has been characterized as “the best post-race party in the Northeast” at Roosevelt Park. [Read more...]

Emily Lipari Roslyn All-American

lipariEmily Lipari’s track career at Roslyn High School was legendary. She was four-time national champion in the Mile, the 2007 and 2008 New York Athlete of the Year in cross country, and to top if off, the subject of a cover story in ESPN magazine. Needless to say, Lipari graduated from high school as a local celebrity, with loud cheers and standing ovations greeting her many accomplishments. [Read more...]

Roslyn Lax Players Honored

roslynlaxRoslyn High School lacrosse stars recently received outstanding recognition by the Nassau County Lacrosse Coaches Association.

Among those honored were Griffin Goldberg and Reid Karp, both of whom were named as All County selections. Goldberg was also an All County academic selection and was named as the team’s Most Valuable Player.

Bass Builds A Basketball Mecca

bassEast Hills resident B.J. Bass is turning Basketball City, located at the South Street Seaport in Manhattan, into New York’s basketball mecca.

Last Sunday, Bass, who is managing partner of RBA Sports, hosted the fifth annual RBA Sports Showcase at that location.
The event drew dozens of professional basketball prospects and scouts from nine NBA teams, including the New York Knicks and the Brooklyn Nets. At the same time, the courts were full of youngsters playing in organized games from the grade school to high school age levels.

“The turnout was great,” Bass said of the Sunday event. “From the standpoint of the scouts, the level of talent just gets better and better each year.”

The players who participate have a chance to be drafted by one of the NBA’s 30 teams, while others, some of whom are already playing pro ball, have a chance to sign on as free agents. [Read more...]