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The Freeport Baldwin Leader. (Freeport, N.Y.) 1987-current, September 21, 1989, Image 9

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t on >ok be ook okt Jter «ff i at <cn rear ing bin lues I be Lhat ges- the i is ible the for »U c. ;tu< ob am m las iti. lif- me of rill ips 23 S p o r tin g Devils by Linda Hendrickson The f a ll iD terecholastic tporU taaaoQ i t about to be(pD and Preeport'a athlatea have been penecU n g their tkille and fine«tuning their bodies in antidpation of an exciting aeaaon. V a rdty quarterback Bob Bailey listens to the cheer- leaders shoot, \Tbuebdown toudtdcnm, wa w ant a tooch - dosm,* aa b e loo k t for receivers A rthur Brown and TVshawn S u tto n . Kiyam Poulson, TVrona Davis and Dave Garcia wiU anchor the line podtiooa for the Devils. Cory B rew e r a n d M ark Brown srill re t u r n to the b a ^ d d ; veteran Jim Jonea will serve a s center; Cary Httggmrd w ill play m iddle linebacker an d offensive guard. Com eTbaeka Guy Boyd and Roger Henry also offer the team experience and depth. Coach R u s s C e llan sees Farm iogdale, M assapequa and H e m p s tead, a t Freeport's s tr o n g e s t oppo­ nents. He feels C a p tains Brown, Huggvrd, a n d Jones wfl] offer the DevBir the lead­ ership necessary to be very competitive in C ^ e renc* L P n e p o rt opens i t confer­ ence plsy on September 23 a t Faitxdngdale High School. At 1:30 p.m. f a n s w ill see i f F r e e p ^ is using a 5-4-2,6-2- e V defense or if the bput-T, smgle-wing.or Slot-T offense is in the game plan. Girls soccer K a n e Wahlers. Girls Var»j. ty Soccer Coach, has o very young team. Senior capta* j, ^chella Bader and Kathleen Fee a re the only two twelfth graders on the team. She has fifteen freshmen and sopho­ mores as well as four e ijjth graders. Center midfielder- M slissa I^laney, ofTensive wing- Carinita Ajinario, and halfback- Danielle Espinel soil bring experience and sta­ bility to th e team . Sopho­ mores Gina Baker and Kris­ ten Doyle SfiH need to turn in outstanding performances in the goal for th e Freeport Lady Devils. The Lady Devils Soccer Tbam enters a new confer­ ence this year. West Hemp­ stead, Mapham and Valley Stream South should offer Freeport the toughest compe­ tition. , Even with the lots of sever­ al key players, the Lady Dev­ ils Tennis Tbam should be very competitive this year. Led b y senior captains Ade- nia G a rrettson, Yvette ^ n a U n a and Heidi Palala, the team opens against Plainview JFK . Staci Bum- pus, Ellen Ginabursky, Susan Rugg, M ichelle McLeod, Fellowship bowling begins! Hospital honors Merkle Jean M erkle of Freeport in Oceanside where she is a received h e r 6,000 hour bar, a member of the Volimteer Pro­ service aw a rd, from South- gram. Nassau Communities Hospital Trevlin Jeffrey, Misel Vidal and Joanne Zambrano antici­ pate an exciting season. Coach lind a Hendrickson is pleased with the number of girls who have tried out for the team this year and are eager to learn the game. The Boys Varsity Soccer, Boys Cross Country, Girls VoUeyball, Girls Swimming, and G irls Cross Country Teams are ready for their season openers a s well. Athletes congratulated Congratulations to Cary Huggard and Israel Medina. Huggard won a gold medal in the 22p pound scholastic divi­ sion weight d a ss in wrestling at the Empire State Games this summer. He also woo a aSver medal In Greco Roman W restling. Israel M edina earned a 4th place medal in the 167 pound Greco-Roman weight class. llM Girls Basketball Tbam took first place in the Wheat- ley Summer League. Led by guards Kim McIntosh, Mona Gales, Gina Baker and Kellce Ross, th f Lady Devils were able to move the ball down court quickly. Carefully they worked th e ball inside to SKa-Kim Wilson, Kim Laing, and Melissa Balmr. fVeeport defeated Massapequa in the sem i-finals and clm o n t in ih t (Inals to win its second consecutive W heatley Title under the direction ^ Coach Tanya Fernandez. Tlanni Charies and McIn­ tosh were selected to play on the New York Team in the EMCORE Games in Philadel­ phia. BUDGET MWTUBS Stsie Bapiciton Emiisen Corwel Cereer AUTO niB COMPLETE CAR CARE SERVICE 160 East Sunrise HwY.,Freeport*623-5858 Osw e Oev* A ev o s o * *30-1 KYB Gas Charged SHOCKS ^ fM S ? J SPECIAL 1 asauuuisssJSMurn.sR * 39 M axouuui t3S JS Mum t s HEAVY DUTY $2995 TVVO SLOCKS WEST O f MEAOOWBROOK P a MCWAT use BBAHE OR ORtm ■ SPECIAL < 3 9 9 5 \^»^3niDGESTane\(i\l CHANGE ^ TIRES AT SALE PRICES | rweao« ««« MOMARCH TIRES W ith ROAD HAZARD $^995 IS S 2 H & 9 We Accept AU Loed Competitors'Coupon — gf£*u. MEET OR KAT ANYONE'S PRIf««' The Freeport Fellowship Bowling League opcited its 19S9- (990 season with the following results: Bean (7) s-v Rzms (4): For the winning Bears Mario Dc Angelis rolled a 222 game. 595 series. An^Io Caisonetto scored a 513 series and Frank Casso- netto 231 game and S72 series for the Rams. WohcsCblvs. Ea^es(5): Lead­ ing the Wolves were Al Butter- Heldk 202 game, 554 series, and Jeny NotareY 502 series. For the Ea^es, Dan Matcra rolled games of 231.207 and a 591 series. Pantben (0) vj. Bobcats (((): Tbb high scoring contest saw the “Cats’* win big: Mark Alkins 210 game 584 series; Xavier Abnham 204, 211 games, 607 scries; Ron Sbippey 200 game, 535 scries. Tops for the Panihm were Joe EzzoY 267 game, 613 scries, and Pete AnglimY 511 series. Habs (3) vs. Hawks (8); Bowling bmt for the losing Habs was Tom Will with a 207 game for a 524 series. For the Hawks. Don NavinY 490 series was best. Jag^rs (8) vs. Orioles (5); Showing the way for the Jaguars was Tony TarantolaY 540 series. Despite good bowling by Craig Coester (522 series). Carmine Bernabed (507 series), and Rick Darr (200 game. 501 series), the Orioles came up short on points. Week #2 results Haba (7) vs. Wolves (4): For the Wolves, Al Butta- field rolled a 564 aeries in a losing eauM. Bears (0) vs. Bobcats ( i l ) : Leading the Cats to this big win were Mark Alldns’ 211 game 659 series, Xavier Abraham 's 214 game, 558 series and Ron Shippey's 506 series. For the Bears Mario D^An- gelis rolled a 516 series. Rams (8) vs. J a g u a r s (3): ' Despite Ibm Basalone's 2C4 gam e, 658 series, the Jaguars could itot overcome the steadier bowling of the Rams. Panthers (3) vs. Orioles (8): Showirtg the way for the Orioles was Craig (Joester's 514 series. Joe Ezzo tried hard for the Panthers with a 508 series. Hawks (7) vs. Eagles (4): In t h is hard fought contest which could have gone e ither way, the Hawks emerged winners. Complete Selection of Home Health Supplies Surgical & Support Stockings • Outcries • Olhopedic Appliances • Braces Walking Aids • Wheelchairs • Traction Units * Hospital Beds [? • CXiloslOfTiy & Ostomy Supplies • Incontinent Needs w M a le & Female ( R if led Fitters i ( ^ g A fl^letic Aids s p o r t s Appliances ^ e r d s in a Eouioment WMtEt CHMns MU. KING A lO S ATLANTIC CHEMIST of Freeport 179 Atlantic Ave., Freeport -378-4676 j4nnioiecU vJ SxftvUe*tc& SxeO ftfieK i Regular Sizes 14-20 Women's Sizes 1 6 - 2 4 . 3 0 ^ TH€ OTHeR WOM/)N m. Oiftinctrv# Fashions For Th# Oiscrimintting W oman 791 Merrick Avenue, East Meadow 4834)619 (Cocnor Of Proopoel Aisa> C/5 a > •< 2 CO 01 00 'O tn r* m > o m 73 »^ j * « •

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