Current Achievements

 

HICKSVILLE ATHLETICS
NEWS AND CURRENT ACHIEVEMENTS

VARSITY GIRLS TENNIS 2019
After a first place finish with a 13-1 record last year, graduating seven of the team’s 11 starters. I am proud to share this year’s team succeeded beyond expectation by ending in second place with a 11-3 record! 
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In last night’s deciding doubles contest against the eventual conference champ (Glen Cove) that ended at dusk, we missed being tied for first place in our conference again by just one match.   CONGRATULATIONS TO THE VARSITY GIRLS TENNIS PROGRAM

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New York State Alliance for Health,
Physical Education, 
Recreation and
Dance Nassau Zone Chapter
 

Nassau Zone Award Recipients
Hicksville High School
  

Congratulations to our Class of 2020 Seniors!


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The following Students have been awarded the Nassau Zone Outstanding Physical Education Award based upon the following criteria:

  • Physical Education Achievement - earning above an "A" GPA every year in Physical Education Classes

  • Scholastically Sound - a student who has earned an overall GPA between a 3.0-4.0 and is working up to their potential

  • Outstanding Character - contributes to the overall positive tone of the Physical Education Classes as well as the school. The student makes an outstanding effort to be cooperative, honest, poised, self confident, attentive, industrious and enthusiastic. And at all times is working to support the instructional efforts of the class.

  • Physical Education Leader - leader in class activities and accepts responsibility well

  • School Wide Activities Leader - active in the leadership capacity within the school environment

  • Role Model - student achieves a high level of physical fitness as determined by individual accomplishments.  Student demonstrates a positive attitude toward the instructional activity and provides support for the success of others.

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THE 2019 HICKSVILLE ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB
SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS


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VARSITY SOFTBALL
CONFERENCE AA-II CHAMPIONS

Senior, Kristen Smith won the Conference AA 
Unsung Hero Scholarship from NCSCA.

JV Softball team was 3rd in the county 
for the Sportsmanship Award.

Coach Richard Hinnerschietz was named 
the Conference Coach of the Year.


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COLLEGIATE COMMITMENTS 2018-19

Brandon Lang - Lacrosse - Chestnut Hill
Nina Carlomusto - Soccer - Fairleigh Dickinson University
Nicole Abenante - Soccer - Farmingdale State
Kerrin Heuser - Lacrosse - Stony Brook University
Kristinamarie Kaszovitz - Lacrosse - Queens College
Frances Vassallo - Lacrosse - Chestnut Hill
Danielle Vassallo - Lacrosse - Chestnut Hill 
Stone Strongin - Soccer - Hofstra University
Ashley Ulmschneider - Softball - St. Bonaventure University
Vincent Leonardi - Lacrosse - Ohio Wesleyan


 


KERRIN HEUSER

Girls Lacrosse
New School Record - Scoring


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Congratulations to Kerrin who finished the 2019-season with 72 points. This has allowed Kerrin to break the Hicksville Scoring Record with 265 points. Congratulations to Kerrin as she moves on to the Collegiate level to play for Stony Brook University!

 


MATTHEW SLOAN
Soccer - Class of 2016
American University

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2017 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll Matthew started 14 games as a freshman. Matthew will be traveling to Paraguay to assist local communities.

STUDENT-ATHLETES, STAFF PREPARE FOR INAUGURAL
EAGLES IN SERVICE TRIP THROUGH COURTS FOR KIDS

Group photo before the group of 17 student-athletes travel to Paraguay with the Courts for Kids service project 

WASHINGTON – As campus steadily empties for the summer months, 17 American University student-athletes are looking at a very different start to their break as they prepare for the first-ever international Eagles in Service trip through a partnership with the Courts for Kids organization.

Organized by Spencer Bonahoom, the Academic and Life Skills Counselor in the Student-Athlete Support Program (SASP), the trip will send 17 student-athletes and three staff members to the small rural community of Tercera Linea, Paraguay, from May 13-22 to assist community members in the construction of a multipurpose sports court.

"I'm just really grateful that we have this opportunity," Bonahoom said. "This has been something that's been in the back of my mind for a long time. But I just wasn't sure if I would ever be able to see it through here at American, because it takes a difference-making gift to make something like this happen here with our resources."

Planning for this trip began about 18 months ago, when Bonahoom and Ashley Rozendaal, the Director of Student Success and Student-Athlete Support, began developing the new Eagles Leadership Academy. What began as a plan to run a short off-campus retreat for student-athlete leaders quickly transformed after a generous gift from Dr. Stephanie Bennett-Smith, an AU Board of Trustee member, made possible a bigger and more impactful experience for the students. 

"We wanted to do something that hadn't been done before that would create a unique opportunity for our student-athletes," Bonahoom said. "It was really that charge that got me talking to different people around the country, and then that led to learning more about Courts for Kids."

Courts for Kids was founded in 2007 by Derek Nesland, a Division I basketball player at Portland State University from 1996-2000, and his wife, Selene Nesland. Based in Vancouver, Washington, with the mission of "transforming lives through building courts and cultural exchange," the organization has constructed courts in 29 different countries with the help of over 3,300 U.S. volunteers.

"The community that we're traveling to, and this is part of Courts for Kids policy, had to request the court. They had some responsibility in raising some of their own funds, getting the land prepared, different things like that," Bonahoom said. "So, they have a lot of buy-in as well – they want us to come help them do this, and it's something the community wants and needs. I thought that was really important. 

"And they'll have some community members there working alongside us, so we're going to be talking with them, working with them, and hopefully, if we get the court built and finished while we're there, even get some time to actually play with the kids in the community," Bonahoom continued. "So it really is that cultural immersion that I think will make the experience much more beneficial for our students, and a much better opportunity for them to grow in a lot of different ways."

The court, built in the center of Tercera Linea, will provide a place for kids to play and sports teams to practice, and will also serve as a venue for community gatherings, ceremonies, and celebrations. 

During the trip, the student-athletes along with three staff members – Bonahoom, Erin Saunders (Senior Academic Counselor for Student-Athletes) and Samantha Rinkus (Assistant Director of Communications) – will work side-by-side with members of the community to lay the concrete court while also immersing themselves in the local culture, traditions, and customs.

"Being in this new environment, working really hard, and seeing the way that a totally different culture lives and operates on a daily basis, I hope that our students will come back and say 'this was an amazing experience to have the chance to give of myself and work alongside these people'," Bonahoom said. "And I hope that they gain an appreciation for a new culture, and an appreciation that the world is much bigger than our little bubble of American University Athletics.

"I think one of the pieces of my role is to help our student-athletes find parts of their identity that are not just them as an athlete. And going through an experience like this can be that chance for them to really connect with a different part of themselves."



WRESTLING

Guillermo Reyes will be
Competing in the NYS Championships!! 

Nassau County Wrestling Finals
113 lbs- 2nd place- Guillermo Reyes  


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113 lbs 2nd place Guillermo Reyes

2018-2019 WRESTLING SEASON RECAP

Guillermo Reyes was our first Nassau County finalist and NYS Tournament participant at Hicksville in over 20 years. During the 2018-19 season the Wrestling Team finished with a winning record in our dual meet season and had 11 wrestlers place in the qualifier. The team also placed in the top four and had 9 wrestlers go to the county tournament. with four wrestlers making it into the second day.  As a team they finished tied for 19th in Nassau County for team points which is the highest ever in school history.  It has been an amazing year!  Go Comets Wrestling!!!

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Varsity Gymnastics 2018-2019  

The Hicksville Varsity Gymnastics team, led by Coach Matthew Canty and Coach Danielle Cecco, finished their season with an 8-1 record in Conference II and were the Runner-Up for the Conference Championship behind Syosset. Hicksville just narrowly missed the County Team Championships by less than one point.

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The Gymnastics team also participated in the 5th annual Cartwheel for a Cure meet, Saturday January 19th at Oceanside High School, where they were able to raise over $450 for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The team also participated in the Lexiebean Foundations Adopt Children with Cancer for Christmas Program and provided some Christmas gifts for them.

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Kayla Corbett, Mackenzie Jennings, Teresa Jennings, and Isabel Sullivan will be competing in the State Qualifier meet February 12th at Oceanside High School.

 

Pictured from left to right: Gianna Cali, Arisa Toda, Isabel Sullivan, Natalie Yuge, Kayla Corbett, Teresa Jennings, Carly Seiden, Mackenzie Jennings, Adam Kaszovitz, Sydney Mathis, Anna Yagual.

 

NEWS 12 SCHOLAR ATHLETE

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Senior, Kerrin Heuser was chosen as a recipient of the News 12 Scholar Athlete Award Sponsored by Bethpage Federal Credit Union. As the winner she will be featured on News12 and News12.com and receive a $1,000 scholarship. Kerrin will be attending Stony Brook University where she has received a scholarship to play Lacrosse  

CONGRATULATIONS TO KERRIN AND HER FAMILY!!



VARSITY WRESTLING

 Nassau County Qualifiers  

We have (9) Wrestlers moving on to compete
In the County Tournament. 

CONGRATULATIONS!!


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99 lbs 2nd place Vincent Cappuccilli


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99 lbs 4th  place Shane Meenaghan


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106 lbs 3rd  Max Shapiro

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113 lbs 2nd place Guillermo Reyes


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145 lbs 1st Anthony Lopus


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170 lbs 3rd place Nate Burdo


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220 lbs 2nd Tyler Krom-Power



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220 lbs 3rd Yanni Belkebir 


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280 lbs 2nd place Harkamal Singh

ETHAN DONG
BOYS SWIMMING
NEW SCHOOL RECORDS!!!

100 Breast record. 1:01.86.  Old record was 31 years old held by Scott Epstein
200 IM 2:04.96. 
Old record was from 1985 held by Donald Sirey. 


CONGRATULATIONS!!!

Qualified for the NYS Championships

100 Breaststroke

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Nassau Zone Award Recipients
Hicksville High School

2018-2019

AMAURY MATEO              AMBER PELCZYNSKI 

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VARSITY/JV BOYS LACROSSE

The Boys Lacrosse Team visited the Winthrop Pediatric Cancer Ward to donate gifts and provide some Holiday Cheer to the children.
Thank you to all of the boys who came today and to everyone who donated toys and gift cards.  It was a wonderful opportunity.
Have a wonderful holiday season!!

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VARSITY KICKLINE
DECEMBER 9TH COMPETITION - LIKA
1ST PLACE - KICK
CONGRATULATIONS!!


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VARSITY GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
RECIPIENTS OF THE NASSAU VOLLEYBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION
TEAM SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD 
FOR THE 2018 SEASON
CONGRATULATIONS!!
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JUNIOR VARSITY BOYS SOCCER

NASSAU COUNTY CONFERENCE AA2 CHAMPIONS
UNDEFEATED SEASON!!
CONGRATULATIONS
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BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
The Boys Cross Country Team finished with an 11-2 record
 4th in the county.
Aaron Li & Luis Carillo Rubio qualify for NYS CHAMPIONSHIPS

3RD PLACE FINISH IN THE 52ND ANNUAL
NASSAU COACHES FRESHMEN INVITATIONAL
2018-2019

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On Sunday, November 4, 2018-  450 of the top runners from 56 Nassau County high schools met in Bethpage Park to determine who will represent the county in the New York State cross country championship meet. In the Boys Class A race, senior Aaron Li ran a 17 minute 8 second 5K to take 6th place; and junior Luis Carillo Rubio, less than one second later, finished the race in 7th place.

Their average pace was approximately 5 minutes, 30 seconds per mile for 3.1 miles – an outstanding feat of athleticism.  This qualified these two outstanding runners for the NYS Championships.

Both young men will join the best runners from across New York State in the state cross country championship this Saturday at 10:30 in Sunken Meadow State Park. 
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VARSITY GIRLS TENNIS
The Girls Tennis Team finished Conference III-A
tied for first place (with Garden City) at 13-1.

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The Hicksville High School varsity girl’s tennis team was represented in the Nassau County Championship Tournament by five student athletes last Saturday at Eisenhower Park.  The tournament featured the best high school tennis players from across all four conferences in Nassau County. Our players fared well against tough competition and Hicksville High School was the only Conference III School to have three second round matches. Hicksville High School participants were:

Divya Dommaraju, Cindy Cheng, Anjali Ranu, Esmeiry Ventura, Yce Mercado


COACH HENRY CHIU CHOSEN AS LI TENNIS MAGAZINE COACH OF THE YEAR

Head Coach Henry Chui was honored as the Long island Tennis Magazine Coach of the Year. 
This award recognizes a coach who exhibits sportsmanship, grows the game of tennis and has success as role models as well as winning. The coach was  nominated by the High School Tennis Committee. 
The criteria is as follows:

1-Sportsmanship and character

2-Overall team improvement from one season to another

3-Community outreach

4-Overall final record

 

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JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL 
The JV Football Team under the direction of Coach Irv Apgar, Anthony Valanzano
 and Eric Saur finished the season with a 7-1 record.
Well Done!!!

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2017-2018

Senior Marissa DeMarco had an outstanding golf season and qualified for the Nassau County High School Girls Golf Tournament. In the tournament, Marissa tied for 13th place, overall, among all golfers in the two-day tournament and earned All-County Honorable Mention for Varsity Girls Golf. Earning All-County Honorable Mention is a difficult award to achieve, and Marissa's hard work and dedication to her team and the sport of golf are evident in her incredible achievement.


CONGRATULATIONS!!!

The following Student-Athletes have signed letters of commitment to the following schools and will be participating in their respective athletic programs.
Student-Athletes

Left to right:
Sabrina Bell (Sr.)- Soccer - Molloy College

Valerie Adamo (Sr.)- Felician University - Soccer

Antonio Aguilar (Sr.)- Track- Stony Brook University

Frank Sokenis (Sr.)- Football- CW Post

Ijah Flecther (Sr.)- Basketball- Kent State

Stone Strongin (Jr.)- Soccer - Hofstra University

Colleen Kingsepp (Sr.) - Bowling- Molloy College

Julia Bentrewicz (Sr.)- Basketball- Eastern Connecticut State
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VARSITY SOFTBALL

Ashley Badaracco-8th Grade/Varsity Softball
Pitches NO HITTER!

Ashley Badaracco

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Ashley Badaracco -5 innings pitched, No Hits allowed, 13 strike outs of the 15 outs, 4 walks, Only one runner reached 2nd base

She currently has 9 innings pitched
only allowing 1 hit and 21 strike outs.

8th grader Gabby Smith was 3 for 4 with 2 triples
and 3 rbi and 2 runs scored

10th grader Jessica Kwasnik 2 for 3 - 3 runs scored and 3 rbi

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CONGRATULATIONS STARLETS!

The Hicksville Starlets competed at the
NDA (National Dance Alliance) Nationals
at the Hard Rock Live in Orlando, Florida
on March 1-4 2018.
They competed against the best teams in the country, placing 5th in the Kick category out of 200+ teams.

The Hicksville Starlets


COLLEEN KINGSEPP
Nassau County Champion
Bowling 2018

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ANTONIO AGUILAR
Winter Track

Antonio Aguilar, Sr. attended the NYS qualifier meet on February 13th and placed 5th overall in the 600 meters. At the Conference 2 Championship Meet Antonio won the conference 600 meter championship and also was selected as All Conference in the 300 meter. Antonio also placed 4th overall at the County Class A Championship Meet in the 600 meters and 10th overall in the 300 meters. As of the end of the winter track season, Antonio is ranked 5th in Nassau County in the 600 meters.

Antonio and his teammates have represented the Hicksville Winter Track program and Hicksville High School very well.

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VARSITY KICKLINE
Varsity Kickline

Congratulations to the Hicksville Starlets coached by Katelyn Heuser and Victoria Shannon for becoming Regional Kick Champions at the NDA Regional Competition at Walt Whitman High School on January 20th.
The Starlets competed for the first time at the NDA regionals and will be competing at NDA Nationals in Orlando, Florida in March.


VARSITY GYMNASTICS

The Hicksville Varsity Gymnastics team competed in the Cartwheel-for-a-Cure meet on Martin Luther King Day at Oceanside High School. Hicksville Gymnastics, led by coaches Matt Canty and Danielle Cecco, raised $362.00 dollars for the event in which all of the donations and proceeds were donated to St. Jude's Children's Hospital.
Hicksville would like to thank the following athletes for participating and showing their dedication and effort to make a difference in our community; Sydney Mathis, Arisa Toda, Carly Seiden, Nicole Whitacre, Adam Kaszovitz, Kayla Corbett, Angelica Golebiewski, and Shirley Joo.

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Congratulations to junior Matthew Viscovich who earned All-Conference in Boys Golf and qualified for the
Nassau County Boys Golf Tournament in the spring of 2018.
Matthew is the first boys golfer from Hicksville High School in five years to earn All-Conference honors and qualify for the county tournament.


Boys Lacrosse

visit the Children's Cancer Unit at Winthrop Hospital - 12/17/17 .

Boys Lacrosse

For the 8th consecutive year the Hicksville Boys Lacrosse team donated toys and gift cards to the patients and their families in the Children's Cancer Unit at Winthrop Hospital. The trip was planned and set up by Terry Magro and "Team Mom" Kim Messina. Coaches Thomas Kinsella and Steven Brumber along with the players went room by room to distribute toys, stuffed animals and gift cards to the children and their families, and to spread some Holiday Cheer!
We are very proud of the team for their efforts to bring some Christmas cheer to families going thru hard times. The Hicksville boys lacrosse team is the only team that gets to go room to room on the Unit .
Hicksville at its best !!!!!



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SENIOR-DOUGLAS CHASE
SIGNS LETTER OF INTENT TO ATTEND
CW POST- LACROSSE


Nassau Zone Award Recipients
Hicksville High School

2017-2018

Congratulations to Seniors

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VARSITY KICKLINE
Congratulations to the Hicksville Starlets coached by Katelyn Heuser & Victoria Shannon and led by captains Sara Klucsarits, Julianna Shannon, & Brianna Tietjen for placing 1st in their Kick category at the Scholastic Kickline Competition!
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NEW BALL FIELDS AT HS
HS TURF- BLEACHERS WITH PRESSBOX
New Ball Fields
PRESSBOX- W/SOUND SYSTEM

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FIELD VIEW- NEW BLEACHERS

New Bleachers
Football field

BASEBALL - OLD
Baseball field

BASEBALL NEW

New Baseball field

Baseball field

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SOFTBALL FIELD- OLD

Old Softball field

SOFTBALL FIELD - NEW

New Softball field

New Softball field

New Softball field


"The Kindness Initiative"

"The Kindness Initiative"

A Hicksville Middle School tradition continued with a new twist this year with the help of creative genius Mrs. Powell, Mr. Tussie's kindness initiative is in full bloom. This year students pledged to show and treat others with kindness by attaching signed leaves to the kindness tree. A Kindness Tree is a way to focus on and acknowledge the importance of showing kindness within a school. The tree helps foster kind, supportive relationships among students and teachers. The tree will remain up throughout the school year as a constant reminder of how important it is to maintain a culture where students feel socially and emotionally safe. This tree started to grow in the beginning of the bullying awareness unit and came to full bloom by the conclusion.

Middle school students had this to say:

" I believe the concept of the kindness tree is very powerful. It shows how we all as a school can come together as one to show the importance of kindness. if you are kind, you will receive kindness back."

"The importance of the kindness tree is showing people that we all care about being kind and helping others."

"The kindness tree reminds us all to be kind each and every day. What comes around goes around."

"This is important because it expresses how people should act, and demonstrates to kids how they can be a part of it."

"The kindness tree can teach others the importance to be kind and why they should be."

The Varsity Boys and Girls Soccer Teams
reached the playoffs this Fall Season.
The Boys Soccer Team were Conference Champions!

The Varsity Boys Cross Country finished a strong 4th of 12 in Conference I
The Girls Tennis Team finished with an 8-6 Record. A tremendous improvement from the last two seasons!
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VARSITY BASEBALL, SOFTBALL, GIRLS LACROSSE, GIRLS SPRING TRACK AND BOYS SPRING TRACK
ALL MADE THEIR RESPECTIVE POST SEASON TOURNAMENTS.


On Tuesday May 23, Hicksville Middle School Teachers Anthony Tussie and Craig Stueber attended the Long Island Sports Impact Awards where they received a check for $1500.00. The grant was awarded to Hicksville Middle School on behalf of the W20 Foundation. Hicksville Middle School won second place for the second consecutive year as part of the 2016 Holiday Season Challenge. In the fall, Mr. Tussie and Mr. Stueber collaborated in a school wide fundraiser where more than $1000.00 was raised for the Association for Children with Down Syndrome. This joint effort was an opportunity for student athletes to build character and empathy through the promotion of community service and social responsibility.

Legendary Hockey Hall of Famer Pat LaFontaine presents the Grant to Hicksville Middle School Teachers Craig Stueber and Anthony Tussie

(photo) Legendary Hockey Hall of Famer Pat LaFontaine presents the Grant to Hicksville Middle School Teachers Craig Stueber and Anthony Tussie


VARSITY LACROSSE TEAMS VISITS
WEST POINT MILITARY ACADEMY
& HICKSVILLE ALUM & WEST POINT GRADUATE
MAJOR MATTHEW LUYSTER

 

With the assistance from Major Matthew Luyster, a Hicksville class of 2001 Alumni, West Point Graduate and former Lacrosse player and Head Coach Tom Kinsella- the Varsity Boys Lacrosse program and parents visited the West Point Military Academy over the Spring Recess. Major Luyster is the Director of Lacrosse Operations at West Point and has been for the past two years. In June of 2017 Major Luyster is being transferred to Fort Leavenworth in Kansas to continue his Military Career. Major Luyster took the time to speak to the team and parents about his journey from Hicksville HS to West Point. He also discussed with the young men about setting goals for themselves and the team. He then proceeded to give a tour of West Point including the library, cadet dorms, mess hall and the historical grounds of West Point. Major Luyster took the time to answer questions from the team and parents. He also was also able to provide our team and coaches complimentary tickets to the Boston University vs. Army men's lacrosse game, which was won by Army 11-10! While upstate the Hicksville Lacrosse team played John O'Neill HS and came away with a 14-10 victory. This trip was truly an incredible team bonding and educational experience that could not have been accomplished without the efforts of Major Matthew Luyster a proud Hicksville Alum! Go Comets!

Lacrosse Teams

(L to R) Asst. Coaches Joe Leonard, Steve Brumber, Head Coach Tom Kinsella, Major Matthew Luyster,
JV Coaches Tom Cuomo and Matt Canty.
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The Hicksville Varsity Lacrosse Team, coaches and Major Matthew Luyster

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Hicksville Alumni -Major Matthew Luyster provided a tour
and history of the Facilities and Grounds of West Point Military Academy!

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GO COMETS!

2017 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

VARSITY GIRLS BOWLING
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Congratulations to the Hicksville Starlets

They received 1st place in their Kick routine at the March Scholastic Kickline Competition.

The Starlets have worked hard all season to compete in this competition where teams all over New York state participated.

The girls have a very long season and are dedicated group in which their hard work paid off!

Congratulations, we are so proud!

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NYS QUALIFIER - SECTIONAL TEAM
NASSAU COUNTY ALL STAR- 3RD IN COUNTY

Congratulations to Colleen Kingsepp on qualifying for the Nassau County All Star Team for the second year in a row.
She finished with the 3rd Highest Score and will be part of the 6 Member Team from Section VIII that will be Bowling
for the NYS Championship in Rochester, NY on Sunday March 5th
We wish her luck and Congratulations!!
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Colleen Kingsepp pictured with Coach John Bertuzzi

GYMNASTICS-FUND RAISING

Although the girls are preparing for post season competition, the varsity gymnastics team took time out of practice to participate in "Cartwheel for a Cure" , a fundraiser for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The girls performed as many cartwheels as they could in three minutes. Quite a dizzying experience indeed, but knowing they were once again giving to those in need made it all worthwhile. The girls raised $315 for their 625 cartwheels.

What made it even a more special event was knowing that the money raised was being donated in the names of the 4 and 6 year old daughters of one of our own Nassau County coaches who are unfortunately are fighting this genetic lung disorder.

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COLLEGE COMMITMENTS
FOR ATHLETICS

BOYS BASKETBALL
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Connor McPartland will be attending SUNY Brockport



GIRLS SOCCER

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Emily Jonas will be attending Gardiner Webb University, NC
Dana Poetzsch will be attending Molloy College, NY



BOYS SOCCER

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Matthew Sloan will be attending American University, DC
Storm Strongin will be attending Hofstra University, NY


GIRLS LACROSSE
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Kayla Telesky will be attending Manhattanville College, NY
Kerrin Heuser has Verbally Committed to Stony Brook University, NY
Angelina Scarpa will be attending Barton College, NC



HICKSVILLE GYMNASTICS

For the fourth consecutive year, the Hicksville girls' gymnastics team has "adopted" a child from the Lexibean Foundation. This is a nonprofit organization founded by parents whose children lost their battle with cancer.

As "Lexies Elves", the girls buy the toys and items that are on the child's wish list to help the family's Christmas be a little brighter and make some small dreams come true. The girls support and generosity certainly help to make a difference for a family battling the emotional and financial strain of pediatric cancer!

Congratulations girls on demonstrating the true spirit of Christmas.


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Under the direction of Head Coach Thomas Kinsella the Varsity Boys Lacrosse Team
donated and distributed toys to children at the Winthrop University Hospital Pediatric Cancer center.
This was a wonderful experience for all involved

1ST ANNUAL HICKSVILLE
COMETS WRESTLING INVITATIONAL

Hicksville Hosted a Nine Team Invitational Tournament on December 10, 2016 - 8:00am- 5:00pm.
The Tournament was a tremendous success both on and off the mats.
This was a great local tournament that we hope to continue every year- this a wonderful opportunity to welcome back alumni!
Below are our young men who placed in the tournament.
Congratulations to the entire team and program!!

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1st Place - Syed Shah - 170lbs.

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4th Place - Naman Bashin - 113lb.
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4th Place - Nicholas Scarpa - 120lb.

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3rd Place - Tyler Krom Power - 220lb
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4th Place - Harry Sohal - 132lb.



VARSITY BOYS SOCCER AWARDS

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STORM STRONGIN
(Pictured with Head Coach Scott Starkey)

2016 RALPH WHITNEY AWARD RECIPIENT
NASSAU COUNTY CLASSIFICATION PLAYER OF THE YEAR


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MATTHEW SLOAN
(Pictured with Head Coach Scott Starkey)

RECIPIENT OF THE JIM STEEN AWARD
AWARDED TO THE TOP PLAYER IN NASSAU COUNTY
(MATTHEW HAS WON THIS AWARD FOR THE 2ND CONSECUTIVE YEAR)
FULL SCHOLARSHIP TO AMERICAN UNIVERSITY
ALL AMERICAN
ALL STATE
ALL REGION
ALL LONG ISLAND 1ST TEAM
ALL COUNTY


'4' PROGRAMS WIN CONFERENCE TITLESS

2016 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER
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2016 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

BOYS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL
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2016 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

VARSITY BOYS SOCCER
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2016 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS
VARSITY GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
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COACH OF THE YEAR
VARSITY GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
Katherine Maher
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VARSITY BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

NYS QUALIFIER MEET
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VARSITY GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
NYS QUALIFIER MEET
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2016 VARSITY GIRLS TENNIS

3RD PLACE IN CONFERENCE
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"Wall of Distinction for Athletic Achievement"

The Hicksville "Wall of Distinction for Athletic Achievement" has been completed. This wall is located in the gymnasium lobby where everyone entering the building can view. The lobby also has new Perpetual Plaques honoring those student-athletes who have earned All American Honors in High School also in their Collegiate careers, as well as All State and All Long Island Plaques.

The "all of Distinction" Contains plaques and descriptions of former students athletes who reached the Professional Level in sports. Please scroll down to view.

We would also like to thank at the following organizations for their assistance and donations.

-Hicksville American Soccer

-St. Ignatius CYO

-Holy Family CYO


Senior Connor McPartland has once again been selected by the Nassau County Boys Basketball Coaches Association to play in the preseason Nassau County All Star Game. This is the second year in a row that Connor has been selected to receive this honor. He will compete with other Seniors in the Annual Nassau-Suffolk Senior All Star Game which will be played Sunday, November 5, 2016 at 3:30 at the TOB Center in Hicksville.

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EVENT AT MIDDLE SCHOOL
"WALK FOR A CAUSE: DOWN SYNDROME" - HEALTH DEPT.

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This fall the Hicksville Middle School Health department conducted its 5th annual "Walk for a Cause." Event coordinator Anthony Tussie says "This was a tremendous opportunity to unite as a school community and to bring awareness and "do for" others." This years theme was Down Syndrome Awareness. Over $900.00 was raised for ACDS (Association for Children with Down Syndrome) located in Plainview.

Students in grades 6,7,8 walked the middle school track during health classes and Physical Education classes.

Here are what some eighth grade student participants had to say.

Scott Rothmann

"The walk for Down Syndrome was a good thing to catch the attention of people driving and walking by. To see us, the students of HMS walking for a cause will hopefully put the idea of donating to a charity in their heads. If all schools do this, then many more people will contribute.

Alejandro Gonzalez

"The walk brought our school together for a cause and it makes us feel like a community."

Nirpee Patel

"The walk was amazing! I loved walking because I wanted to help raise awarenss and show that this school cares about Down Syndrome."

Ethan Bellomo

"You know you are helping someone else which should make you feel good."

Ariya Bakhteri

"I enjoyed the walk because I knew that I was doing a good thing by walking and spreading awareness. I felt good about myself knowing I was contributing to a cause.

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