Chiefs Gain Playoff Spot Registration
Massapequa High's bid for a
share of first place in the South
Shore Division Ibasketball league
fell short last Friday when they
dropped a 59- 51 game to Calhoun
before a packed house.
A man to man press worked
for the winners as they broke a
46- 46 tie with six minutes to go.
Furman and Bontemps with 16
and 11 points respectively, led
the Chiefs attack. The game was
a nip and tuck affair with the
winners ahead! 6- 13,27- 25 and 41-
40 at the quarter marks.
The Pequans bounced back on
Tuesday as they posted a 61- 55
victory over Valley Stream Central
to win a berth in the County
playoffs which begin after final
league games with Sewanhakathis
Friday and a home finale on
Tuesday against East Meadow.
Bob Elliott was high man with
20 points to give Massapequa a
9- 3 league record.
The Jay Vees lost a close
tough 41- 40 encounter to Valley
Stream Central and now have a
14- 2 overall record.
Farmingdale High dropped a
pair of league games to Plain-edge
and Mac Arthur by scores
of 46- 44 and 55- 47 to keep the
Dalers winless in North Shore
Division One action.
Farmingdale piled up quarterly
leads of 13- 5 and 25- 20 but
faded in the second half as Mable-ton
was the only one to hit double
figures with 16 points.
In the quarterfinal round of
the winners bracket of the Massapequa
League, the Dandelions almost
pulled the upset of the year
but fell one point short as the
League Champion, Mods won the
game 26- 25. With six seconds
to g o . JoePisciottaputajump
shot through the net to win the
game. Joe DeVincent was high
scorer for the Mods with ten
points. Jim Goodman was outstanding
for the losers with 17
The Celtics won their quarterfinal
game by defeating the Clodhoppers
27- 21, and will meet
the league champs, Mods in the
semi finals next week. Al Feld
The Dalers put up a stiff battle for
three quarters against Mac A rth-ur
before bowing 55- 47. After a
12- 12 first quarter tie, the winners
went ahead 31- 28 and 40- 39
at the third period mark.
Farmingdale concludes the
season with games this Friday
at Plainvlew ." and at home on
Tuesday against Hicksville.
Plainedge High, which posted
a 46- 44 league win over Farmingdale
last Friday, winds up the
home season this Friday against
league leading Hicksville in a
game slated for 8: 00 p. m.
The Red Devils will end the
season at Clarke on Tuesday
at 8: 00 p. m.
Berner High divided two basketball
games this past week as
they lost to Elmont 74- 62 and
rebounded with a 71- 69 upset win
over Freeport in South Shore
Division I league play.
The Elmont game started as a
defensive battle with 9- 9 and
31- 26 scores at the end of the
first two quarters. The winners
pulled ahead 57- 44 at the third
quarter mark to win going away.
De Donato led the Bison attack
with 21 points.
Berner opened up quarter leads
of 21- 13, 35- 23 and 51- 38 but
just managed to hold on in the
Freeport win. Nelson lead the
attack with 27 points. Berner is
now 2- 10 in league action.
An away game with Kennedy
this Friday and a home encounter
with Hewlett on Tuesday concludes
seasons play for Berner.
led the winners with eight points
and Tom Banks had six points
for the losers.
The Penguins advanced to the
semi finals of the loser* s bracket
by defeating Gerber's Boys 12- 6.
Al Kornbluth led the winners and
Brendan O'Neill led the losers
There will be a late final registration
for the Farmingdale
Baseball League Inc. on Friday
evening February 24, at the Main
Street School Auditorium from
7: 00 to 9: 00 p. m. All leagues are
to register at die same place.
An insurance fee of 50£ plus a
late fee of $ 1.00 will be necessary
for each boy.
Final registration for the Massapequa
Coast Leagues- Little
League and Babe Ruth teams-will
be held at Unqua School,
on Saturday, February 25 from
10 a. m. to 2 p. m. in room 9.
Boys who will be 8, before
August 1, and youngsters up to
age 15, who reside in the area
bounded by Park Blvd., Carman
Road, Sunrise Highway and the
Bay are eligible.
Club To Meet
The next meeting of the Massapequa
Conservative Club will
be held on Monday, February
27th at 8: 15 p. m. in Village Hall,
After the regular business
meeting two films entitled " Ten
Nations and the U. S.'* and " Open
Housing" will be shown.
The public is cordially invited
TOB Readies Teen,
The Oyster Bay Town Depart-*
ment of Recreation and Community
Activities will begin programs
in teaching acting and
puppetry aimed at producing its
own shows this summer and fall.
Councilman Ralph Marino said
me two programs would be conducted
by Burton Wolfe, an
Adelphi University instructor,
acting as coach and theatre • production
director. Two classes
will be held weekly to train
teenagers, 15- 19, in acting,
theatre production, settings and
stage techniques. The second part
of the Teen Repertory Theatre
will be to produce two fully
costumed productions which will
be presented throughout the
Town's community parks this
summer. One show will make
the tour in July and a second
production will be presented in
In addition to performing at
Town parks, the Town will make
these productions available free
as a public service to any School
District in the Town conducting
a summer recreation program.
The shows will be presented
in the Town's new Snowmobile,
which is a portable stage.
A second program on puppetry,
will teach teenagers how to build
and give puppet and marionette
shows. Two puppet shows will
also be presented this summer
at parks and schools.
Marino pointed out that die
program will have a two- fold
purpose — supply teenagers with
a worthwhile summer activity
and add to the recreation program
without having to pay excessive
fees to outside groups.
A variety of musical programs
of concerts and dancing is also
being formed to accommodate
the Town's adults during die
summer evenings. Name bands
will tour the Town's parks,
dividing their performances with
a concert for the first part and
dancing during the second half
of the show.
All teenagers, 15- 19, residing
in the Town of Oyster Bay, are
eligible for the acting and puppet
courses. The classes will be
held at the Syosset Park Community
Center and at a public
school auditorium yet to be decided.
Those interested are urged
to contact Lois Manning at 921-
5875 for further information.
Losers Advance In Berner
The one and only organizational
meeting of organizations within
School District 23 for the assigning
of athletic fields, will
be held on Wednesday March 1st,
at 8: 00 p. m. in the Library of
the Berner Junior- Senior High
School. At this meeting fields I
will be assigned.
Now's the Time to Pay Attention
Be A Glamorous New You
Mandrake Jordan will be one
of the feature attractions when
the Harlem Wizards take on the
New York Jets in a basketball
game on Sunday, March 5 at 2
p. m. at the Massapequa High
School gym. The Rotary Club
of Massapequa is sponsoring the
m the Berner Teenage Recreation
Basketball league, the
Losers advanced to the quarter
finals of the Annual Tournament
by crushing the Team 46- 20. Doug
Shore wim 16 points and Charlie
Schweibert wim 12 points led the
Losers to victory. Bob Nelson
was high for the Team with
The Bouvines were defeatedby
the Ballhandlers 45- 21 in the
second game of the evening. Mike
Crouse sparked the Ballhandlers
attack with 19 points. Bob Lanni
also had 15 points for the winners.
The Bouvines were led
by Chris Barry with eight points
and Leo Dwyer with six points.
The Stogies defeated Ricco-bono's
Riders by a 37- 23 score.
The fine back court duo of Mike
Cappeto and Howie Davidsmeyer
consistently set up the high scoring
Pete Paleri's 15 points and
Willie Wall's 12 points. Joe Byrne
had 12 points for the Riders.
The quarter finals will take
place next week with the Jive
Five meeting the Pubbers, the
Hustlers meeting the Losers and
the Stogies against the Ballhandlers
Receive Police Promotions
Charles J. Archbold of Massapequa
Park, Joseph F. Larcy of
Massapequa and Robert E. Edwards
of North Massapequa were
promoted to Lieutenant in thei
Nassau County Police Department.
Anthony C. Chiofalo of
Massapequa was promoted to
open nights till 10 P. M.
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