For the past four years, Mercy’s Melina Santacroce and Caryn Nabrizny have had one goal — winning a Suffolk title for the girls basketball team. After three straight years in the playoffs and with the top-seeded Monarch’s 15th win of the 2017-18 season, they can add Suffolk Class C champions to their resume after defeating No. 3 Stony Brook, 51-28, Monday at Suffolk CCC-Selden. “It’s great knowing all of our hard work this season has paid off,” Santacroce said.
Jessica Lopez of Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK gets congratulated by assistant coach Dennis Jones after a vault in the Nassau gymnastics team championship at Berner Middle School in Massapequa on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018. Photo Credit: James Escher It came down to the last rotation Thursday night at the Nassau gymnastics team championship.
Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK gymnast Miranda Lund was reacquainted with some end-of-the-season pressure at the Nassau gymnastics individual championships / state qualifier Tuesday night at Long Beach. Firstly, the senior returned to the qualifier after missing last year’s event because of a UCL tear, her second in her high school career. Secondly, Lund, the 2016 all-around winner at the state meet, was on an undefeated streak, placing first in the all-around at every meet this season.
@katie_honan@ORiled_Up Def. neighborhood diners have so much history! It’d be cool if on the map you had info like what year it was built, how many owners. Idk if you’re trying to go that in-depth but a map is cool regardless. You’re the bomb Katie. Keep providing Queens with all the news!
@katie_honan@ORiled_Up I didn’t know there was one in Richmond Hill. My GGM used to live on Roosevelt and 81st. We’d walk there after going to the KBs on 82nd. I’d play with my new Barbie and she’d quiz me on the presidents and the states lol.
@ORiled_Up@katie_honan Aw man Jahns. I used to go there with my great grandmother when I was a kid 20 years ago. They used to have the presidents listed on the place mats. Glad to know it’s still there and still delicious. Thanks for bringing it up so much nostalgia.
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