Heres a great picture of our very own Nick Bigilin and the rest of the University of Kentucky Wild Cats as they prepare for Thursdays Home NCAA Fist Round Tournament Game. Good luck Wild Cats!
Congratulations to Shannon Wren and the Lynbrook girls varsity volleyball team on winning the Nassua County conference B title last night over Mineola. Lynbrook had only one loss on the season,which came at the hands of Mineola. Shannon helped lead Lynbrook to the title by leading the team in kills while also playing great defense and racking up the blocks. Lynbrooke won the title by a score of 3-1 27-29, 25-12, 25-14, 25-19 . After the girls lost the first game of the match they completely shut down Mineola and went on to win the next three games. Shannon has been training with us for over a year now and has really turned her self into a fantastic volleyball player. Shannons speed and power have improved so much and it really showed out on the court this year. Great job Shannon we are all very proud of you. Keep up the HARD work!
Congratulations to Laura Marques and the Massapeuqa girls varsity field hockey team on winning there 6th straight Nassau class A title. Massapequa beat East Meadow 3-2 Sunday night. Laura Marques is the starting goalie for Massapequa and helped the team hold on in the last minutes of the game as East Meadow had one last shot on net with just a few minutes left. Laura is also a starting defender on the girls lacrosse team in the spring and hopes to bring them a title as well. Laura has been training with us for over 3 years now for both field hockey and lacrosse. Laura has been improving since day one and continues to grow every time she trains. We are very proud of Laura and all that she has and will accomplish on and off the field. Great job Laura keep up the hard work.
Congrats to Shannon Wren and the Lynbrook girls varsity volleyball team on getting the number one seed in the playoff’s. Shannon helped captain her team to a 16-1 record during the regular season and they are poised to make a deep run into the playoff’s. Shannon has been training with you for a year now and has transformed her self into a great volleyball player. Shannon’s speed and agility has gone through the roof wile her power is helping her be one of the best out side hitter in the county. Keep up the great work Shannon and good luck in the playoffs!
On September 9th we started a 10-Week Soccer Training Program for ages 9-18. Tonight will be be the 4th session at Field of Dreams in Massapequa. The feedback that we have been getting from the community is great. The kids and parents are learning, working hard and having a great time in the process. Our program includes strength training, speed, agility, plyometrics, running mechanics, and conditioning. There are 7 weeks left and new comers are welcome. If you are signing up late your price will be pro-rated. We look forward to seeing you all there and for the kids, KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!
CHECK OUT THE VIDEO BELOW OF CLIPS FROM WEEKS 1 – 3.
We would like to share a highlight video of one of our hockey players Nolan Egbert. Nolan is a senior at Plainedge high school and plays goalie for the junior Islanders hockey team. Nolan has been training with us for over a year now and has continued to improve on all aspects of his game. His speed and agility has improved to help his glove saves and improved his strength to help him push across the crease to make big saves. We are all very proud of Nolan and know that he will continue to do great things on and off the ice.
Congratulations to Zach Sideris and the Friends Academy varsity football team on there 21-13 win saturday afternoon against Oyster bay high school. Friends Academy starts off the season with a huge road win. Zach lead the defense with 8 solo tackles that helped keep the Oyster Bay offense in check. Zach has been training with us for about a year now and is showing off his improved football skills out on the field. Keep working hard out there Zach we are all very proud to see you perform out there. Good luck next week and the remainder of the season.
We would like to wish good luck to the Plainedge high school football team as they start off there season this Saturday against Lynbrook high school. Plainedge is the 2 seed in Nassau Conference 3 and they look to get back to the Nassau County Championship game again. Remember all the hard work you put in this off season. All the hot summer nights at the running camp and the two a days for the last three weeks. Good luck and GO Red Devils! Check out our video of our summer team training featuring the Plainedge football team.
We would like to wish good luck to Zach Sideris and the Friends Academy Varsity football team on the up coming season. Zach was in Newsday this weekend as one of the five key players for Friends Academy. Zach is one of a few returning starters for Friends and will be starting on the offensive line and at middle linebacker. Zach has been training with us for a year now and has really improved every aspect of his game. Zach has gained power and strength to help make holes on the offensive line and his foot work is now blazing fast to help him move all over the field on defense. Keep working hard Zach and good luck to you and your teammates this season.
Congratulations to Shannon Wren on making the Lynbrook high schools girls varsity volleyball team. Shannon will be a junior at Lynbrook and is now in the running to become the teams new captain. Shannon has been training with us for about a year and has improved her game dramatically. She has not only improved her vertical jump but also her strength, power and foot work for defense. We know she will do great things this season. Keep up the hard work and good luck to you and the Owls.