The New York Rangers Try-Hockey-For-Free event was held at the Andrew Stergiopoulos Ice Rink on Sunday, Nov. 15. [Read more…]
Great Neck dentist Dr. Joseph Osipow, the official dentist of the Brooklyn Nets, [Read more…]
On Nov. 1, longtime Great Neck resident Jed Berman completed his 13th marathon, [Read more…]
By Claudia Knutsson
For the first time in Great Neck North history, the eighth-grade soccer team, Blazers Girls, completed a full season undefeated. [Read more…]
By Michele Siegel
The Great Neck Park District’s Synchronized Skating teams are back and bigger than ever. Over the past five years, the Skate School has expanded the Synchronized Skating team from one to a multi-team program. Currently, 48 participants are enrolled, which is a first and increases the program to four United States Figure Skating (USFS) teams, three of which are travel teams.
Blazing a Trail to Victory
By Claudia Knutsson
With only one game left in the season, the Blazers Girls soccer team from Great Neck North Middle School is undefeated for the first time ever. The Blazers opened the season on Oct. 7 with a 4-3 win against W.T. Clarke Middle School. That game set the tone for the season as the eighth graders have gone on to win an additional five games and garnered two ties.
By Mara Bollettieri
South Middle School student Ian Myer is hosting a Defeat ALS Auction Night on Sunday, Oct. 25, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Temple Beth-El of Great Neck, 5 Old Mill Rd., in order to help those with ALS. Myer has organized this event as his bar mitzvah project.
The members of the Great Neck Men’s Senior Tennis Team, required to be older than age 60 to qualify but many on the team are over 70, have just added yet another championship to their exemplary record. Holding onto first place at the start of the season, the team earned home court for the concluding three rounds of playoff matches.
Ilana Sedaka, a freshman at Great Neck North High School, has a passion for ice skating. And her passion for ice skating isn’t just a hobby, but a superb talent that has recently brought her to the championships in Lansing, MI, where she won the bronze national medal.