March 10, 2001 RSS feed / Sports

Athlete Of The Week

Tennis is not a sport for the impatient of spirit. The very dynamics of the game require a careful balance between brute force and meticulous shot planning. That More...

Fitness Forum

A few weeks ago, I was watching television and I heard a saying that I had never heard before, "the good living". It was the first time I ever came across the phrase, and I was sort of intrigued by its meaning. Evidently, it More...

OPOH Says

At 1 a.m., sipping overpriced coffee in the Village, I am looking over the articles that are going in this issue of The Wave. More...

Rugby Fundraiser

Last week a fundraiser was held at the Rockaway Rugby clubhouse to aid the child of a New York City fireman who had life threatening open-heart surgery at birth. More...

Stars Cut Down The Wings Contributed by Mike Carney

The Stars played a fine game beating the Wings at Bayonne on February 24. They opened the scoring when Kenny Shatkzes scored the only goal of the first period in a mad scramble in front of the net. More...

Connecticut Invitational Triple-Header Contributed by Jim Hurley It was a string of three hard-fought games last Friday, March 2.

The games commenced with the sixth grade boys match, with St. Francis hosting the team from South Windsor, Connecticut. More...

Jamaica Bay L.L. Sign-Up

The B.C.A.C. Jamaica Bay Little League will hold a one time final registration on Tuesday, March 13th 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the AC club house located on Noel Road, opposite the train station. More...

Red Mites Outgunned By Gold Mites

On Sunday morning, the Rockies Red Mites lost (6-2) to the Gold Mites in three periods of gritty play. Red men John McCabe and Robert More...

Special Olympics Sees Hofstra Hoops Contributed by Joe Featherston

Several St. Camillus Special Olympics athletes recently attended the Hofstra versus Boston University men More...


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