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  • SYAC Girls Softball 2008 Senior League Hall of Fame Home Page
    them Led by key hits from sisters Rachel and Sara Rubin Caroline Checca Rebecca Price and Strassman Mr Pickle was able to grab a lead of 4 1 on Wednesday evening before Inhale Yoga s hitters started to come alive Inhale Yoga s attack led by Arianna Fasano Zureck Rachel Weinstein and Julia Matlin was formidable cutting the lead to 4 3 in the bottom of the 4th inning before the skies opened up forcing ump extraordinaire Russ Huber have to postpone the balance of the game till Friday evening Mr Pickle s defense proved to be impenetrable most of game with Kayla Cohen steady at first base all game and the infield playing a flawlessly The Pickle team scratched out another run in the top of the 6th on a perfectly placed bunt by Rachel Rubin who scooted all the way to third on an errant throw and scored on an infield hit moments later Strassmann came out to pitch in the bottom of the sixth to shut down Inhale Yoga stranding a runner on 3rd base to seal the win SYAC Commissioner Richie Levitan tries to stay out of the picture as umpire Russ Huber poses with team captains before coin toss Later a sudden torrential downpour left the game suspended to be continued Friday night Game Time rule clarified Syosset NY 22 May 2008 Senior League Commissioners Richie Levitan and Evan Friedman have issued a clarification regarding the following rule GAME TIME Game time is 6 15pm Start games as early as possible A team must field at least seven 7 players by 6 40pm or forfeit For the Senior League said Richie Evan and I interpret it as follows A game should start as soon as both teams have at least 7 players This should be as close to 6 15 as possible If a team cannot field 7 players by 6 40 then they forfeit that game Obviously it is important for coaches to emphasize to their players that punctionality is important Hopefully this will clarify any misunderstandings regarding this rule TOBAY Councilwoman Walker tosses first pitch 6 May 2008 Syosset NY The Senior League finally got its 2008 season going Monday night with games at Thomas P Longo Field and Hap Harris C For details click here Tonight My Funky Closet visits The Bicycle Planet in Syosset Woodbury Park in the Park opener In the last row standing behind players were the following adults Eric Cohen coach Umpire Russell Huber Steve Heller Gil Numeroff all of the SYAC Board of Directors Herb Kaufman honored catcher Town Councilwoman Rosemarie Walker coaches Bill Schess Andy Targovnik and Alan Kaufman and Senior League Commissioner Rich Levitan SYAC Board of Directors Singer Holly Roselle performed The Star Spangled Banner before the first pitch Pitching has always been an issue in SYAC so we thought it fitting to have a powerful battery on hand to help us celebrate this event Throwing out the first pitch at 6 15pm was

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  • 2008 SYAC Girls Softball Travel League Home Page
    1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 SYAC 2008 Instructional Pony Junior Senior Travel Travel League Hall of Fame Syosset Xtreme Syosset Flames Syosset Storm

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  • 2009 SYAC Girls Softball Instructional League Home Page
    2009 season The ceremonies also included pizza and Italian ices for all Instructional League Commissioner Frank DiCostanzo acted as the evening s emcee and with rousing music playing in the background called up each girl to receive their trophy and photo which were handed out by the League s new Associate Commissioner Sari Rauch The turn out was indicative of a very successful season for the Instructional League and of the terrific support exhibited by the parents and families of the girls all year long With enrollment up 50 over last year and two terrific indoor clinics conducted in the pre season the IL enjoyed it s best season in years and is excitedly looking forward to an even better season to come in 2010 Thanks to all of the parents sponsors and most of all the coaches who volunteered their time and efforts to make 2009 a wonderful year for the SYAC Instructional League Have a great summer we look forward to seeing everyone again next spring Play Ball SYAC Instructional League Kicks Off the 2009 Season Syosset NY 27 April 2009 On an absolutely gorgeous evening for softball the SYAC Instructional League ushered in the 2009 season with two terrific games Monday night There was a great turn out as families and friends came out to support their girls when the Helix Raiders played the The Smile Station Mighty Molars at Baylis Elementary While a similarly enthusiastic crowd at Schoolhouse North watched Woodbury Country Deli take on the Little Rascals The girls exhibited surprisingly good skills for the first game of the season with some terrific hitting and solid fielding The weather should be just as beautiful tomorrow night when the Helix Raiders play again this time matching up against Printables Inc at Schoolhouse iLeague Clinics a big

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  • 2009 SYAC Girls Softball Pony League Home Page
    began at HBT and ran into a little darkness after four innings to move to the Park to finish up the game under the lights Commissioner Gabe D Auria said later that his Championship game was over before the lights even came on SYAC Congratulates both these teams their coaches and parents for their hard work and dedication all season long You don t get to the Championship without working hard like Jennifer Swing shortstop left and Gabrielle Lindenman pitcher s helper right in the photo above being awarded Most Valuable Player game balls by Pony League American Division Commissioner Gabe D Auria who said they put on a defensive display that was like a magic show A special mention must be made here on behalf of the dedicated and courageous work done by Pony League National Division Commissioner Scott Wiseman who had to cope with an outpouring of misplaced agression by a small but vocal group of parents in the division whose girls also played soccer when that group decided to hold its tryouts in the middle of our only available playoff week Without Scott s work with the Syosset Soccer Club who we thank for their understanding of the situation and our head of umpires Ed McKeown our season could have likely ended without these exciting playoffs which after more than 40 years is something of a ritual in this community Thanks to all the cooler heads You prevailed Finally we d like to thank the amazing crowd that came out to cheer on these two teams and our umpire who called a great game Thanks to one and all and see you next year Story by SYAC pool reporters Photos by Roger Mummert Final 2009 Pony League Standings American Gabe W L T Pct About the standings

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  • SYAC Girls Softball 2009 Junior League Hall of Fame Home Page
    bats and excellent base running Katie Milas and Samantha Cocchi were unstoppable defensively for the Pirates Isabel Henn and Alyssa Casale had some key hits for the Pirates while Dugan girls 39 defense play by Kayla Hickey Jenna Riech and Jessica Klein wowed the spectators on both sides The outstanding pitching dual between Dugan 39s Julianna Ventricelli and Pirate 39s Madison Ramírez caught the eyes of several recruiters in the stands and made their parents proud to have SYAC girls In a first ever for SYAC Girls Softball impending darkness resulted in the venue changing at the end of the fourth inning from the Thomas P Longo Memorial Field at H B Thompson Middle School to the Big Field in Syosset Woodbury Park to make use of the lights After the giant caravan Dugan 39s Olivia Hynes and Ilyssa Glicksman stepped up to the plate and started to close the gap on the Pirates In the top of the sixth Pirate 39s Alexandra Garry and Hannah Tell wowed the spectators covering second base and making the force for a double play The final out a fundamental softball play at first base was executed unassisted by Pirate Danielle Jacoby to close

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  • SYAC Girls Softball 2009 Senior League Hall of Fame Home Page
    Supply defeated the Hot Shots by a score of 20 9 at Thomas P Longo Memorial Field while Orange Crush defeated Iavarone s Red Hot Chili Peppers in the Park by a score of 10 2 About twenty minutes after the first games ended the Championship began in the Park A coin toss made Orange Crush the home team and Dylan Mitchell began to pitch her second game of the evening She would be faced by Emily Emerson and both girls went the distance and pitched excellent games Sterling got on the board early with two runs and added two later in the game to build up a 4 0 lead Orange Crush finally got on the board with 2 runs in the bottom of the fifth inning After beating back a Sterling threat in the top of the sixth and with the lower third of their order batting in the bottom of the sixth Crush opened the inning with two hits But moments later with one out Emily Emerson retired the next batter on a popup and quickly ran to third to complete the double play to end the game and the season Sterling coaches and players converge on the field in jubilation at the moment of victory The real story of this game was defense Both teams played very well but the Sterling girls defense was rock solid where the Crush defense so potent earlier in their Division Final seemed disoriented against Sterling While they did recover their form in the top of the sixth earlier miscuses ended up being very costly The Board of SYAC Girls Softball congratulates both these excellent teams for their hard work and dedication all season long We also thank Russ and Rick for their excellent umpiring of this very tense and exciting

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  • SYAC Girls Softball 2009 Travel League Hall of Fame Home Page
    2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 SYAC 2009 Instructional Pony Junior Senior Travel Travel League Hall of Fame This page has not been updated with information

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  • 2010 SYAC Girls Softball Instructional League Home Page
    successful 2009 season The ceremonies also included pizza and Italian ices for all Instructional League Commissioner Frank DiCostanzo acted as the evening s emcee and with rousing music playing in the background called up each girl to receive their trophy and photo which were handed out by the League s new Associate Commissioner Sari Rauch The turn out was indicative of a very successful season for the Instructional League and of the terrific support exhibited by the parents and families of the girls all year long With enrollment up 50 over last year and two terrific indoor clinics conducted in the pre season the IL enjoyed it s best season in years and is excitedly looking forward to an even better season to come in 2010 Thanks to all of the parents sponsors and most of all the coaches who volunteered their time and efforts to make 2009 a wonderful year for the SYAC Instructional League Have a great summer we look forward to seeing everyone again next spring Play Ball SYAC Instructional League Kicks Off the 2009 Season Syosset NY 27 April 2009 On an absolutely gorgeous evening for softball the SYAC Instructional League ushered in the 2009 season with two terrific games Monday night There was a great turn out as families and friends came out to support their girls when the Helix Raiders played the The Smile Station Mighty Molars at Baylis Elementary While a similarly enthusiastic crowd at Schoolhouse North watched Woodbury Country Deli take on the Little Rascals The girls exhibited surprisingly good skills for the first game of the season with some terrific hitting and solid fielding The weather should be just as beautiful tomorrow night when the Helix Raiders play again this time matching up against Printables Inc at Schoolhouse iLeague Clinics a

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