Youth hockey star Michael Carducci scored an amazing seventy goals this season playing for the Larchmont Mamaroneck Travel Hockey Team, capping off his run with a spectacular performance in the teams' final game in Massachusetts.
Carducci is the grandson of Brian Collins, New Rochelle resident, former security official in the New Rochelle school system and retired Major League Baseball scout. Collins beams with pride as he talks about this grandson's incredible hockey season.
"In a league where top players score several goals during a season, 70 goals is quite a feat," said Collins.
The Larchmont Mamaroneck Travel won this year's Marlboro Tournament in Massachusetts with Carducci scoring 4 of the team's five goals in the championship game, including an overtime goal to win the final game and along with the Championship.
The team record was 32-10-2, going 22-2 in league play. The team finished the season in second place behind the Brooklyn Sharks (23-1).Read more
if you are looking this spring for healthy sport physical and emotional enviroment for your child, keep reading.
Al’s Pals 1st Touch Soccer Club offers
clinics for boys and girls ages from 3 up to 10 in our local community. We have developmental program for younger children (3-6 years old) and Town League for older kids ages (7-10 years old).
Spring program lasts 8 weeks. The duration of the clinicis is 60 (3-4 years old) or 75 minutes (for older ones). The fee is $125, for returning players there is discount of $15 as well as $10 off for all registrants register before March, 10th.
The past two Board of education meetings have been dominated by public speakers on the sole issue of out of district busing for student enrolled in private schools, primarily to the SAR Academy in Riverdale, NY and The French American School in Larchmont, NY. Both schools are wonderful and are highly respected institutions and many New Rochelle residents would love to send their children there, but…and this is where it gets interesting, tuition at both this institutions cost over $21,000 per student per academic year. The SAR Academy’s tuition for K-8 is an astonishing $21,300, plus a $4,000 building fund per family per year. The French American School’s tuition for k-8 is a whopping $21,400 - $23,420 (depending on grade), plus an additional $2,000 per student per year for ESL.
Now, if you can afford to send your children to any of these schools, you make more than enough to pay for busing your child to and from your home to the school. For that tuition, the school should include busing for those that need it.Read more
Dr. John Magnotta, Athletic Director for the City School District of New Rochelle plagiarized a recent article from the New York Times, seeking to pass off an article on weight training as his own.
In the recent issue of "At The Buzzer", a newsletter published by Magnotta, every word published on weight training under his own name was lifted directly from an article by Jane E. Brody, Before You Lift a Weight, Get Some Advice. The article was published by The New York Times on December 13, 2010. The article, on the risks of working out with proper preparation, was actually written by Jane Brody of the New York Times. Magnotta even used the same title for the article in his newsletter.Read more
With high heat and humidity returning this week, Con Edison will have extra crews and support personnel available 24/7 to respond to any service problems that may arise.
Con Edison urges customers to report power interruptions or service problems, as well as view service restoration information, online at www.conEd.com, or on their cell phones and PDAs. Customers can also call 1-800-75-CONED.
If you experience a power outage:
Turn off all light switches and appliances to prevent overloaded circuits when power is restored. Leave at least one light switch in the on position to alert you when power has been restored;
It felt like 100 degrees and I have a new appreciation for firemen tattoos. Here is a fun animation from the 2010 Soap Box Derby that took place on Sunday, June 6th on Quaker Ridge Road.
Here is a photo slideshow from the day -
Here are some fun facts:
* The big winner of the day was a 6th grade GIRL from Isaac Young. Girl Power! She gets to compete in Akron, Ohio in July. The event covers part of the travel expenses.
* The brakes of the cars are "Flintstone technology". If you look at the photos you will see that it is a 5" square that gets dragged along the ground to stop the car. At the bottom of the hill, if the brakes don't work, the firemen throw a traffic cone under the car.
* The race is very official, complete with an expert from Akron, Ohio to do the timings. She was a volunteer, too.
* All the cars are weighed in. It has to be 200 lbs for the "Stock" and 230 for the "super stock". This includes the weight of the child. Gym weights are put into the vehicles to make up the difference. They are on metal rods with butterfly nuts. Check out the photo of the old scale, plus the digital scale on top of it in the slide show.Read more
The New Rochelle High School Junior Varsity cheerleading team won second place in the national cheerleading competition, which aired on ESPN last month.
Coaches Elaina Edwards and Dilmer Bonifacio sent the following press release and photos:
New Rochelle JV cheerleading National Team members 2009-2010:
Amani DeChalus,Gianna Parente, Samantha Salvatore, Rachelle Thompson, Robin Berk, Amanda Bruzzese, Hannah Kang, Dillon Lyles, Mwai Carolina,Eric Ortiz (alternate from varsity), Joshua Troche, Haley Barone (alternate from varsity), Carole Griffin (alternate from varsity), Brittany Smith, Tania Garcia, Nicole Basso, Narissa Black, Lauren Miceli, Ashely Codrington, Yaritza Rodriguez, Sydney Walsh, Gabriella Benesh, Tylena Venable, Victoria Hubbard, Janay Key, Rachel Esquivel
Ranked second in the nation in the NHSCC JV Co-ed Divison