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NEW YORK STATE SENATE
Town gets $250k for inclusive playground
Will be built at Granite Knolls Sports and Recreation Complex
BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER email Town Clerk Diana Quast,
who is chair of the town’s Parks
and Recreation Commission.
Yorktown’s new sports and Quast returned Lisa’s message
recreation complex will soon be within ve minutes. Together,
open to children of all abilities. they worked on designing a
Last week, state Sen. Peter playground to meet the needs of
Harckham announced Yorktown children like Lucas. It includes
as the recipient of a $250,000 a rubberized surface and
state grant to fully fund the wheelchair-friendly equipment.
construction of an adaptive “It really is a truly inclusive
use playground at the Granite playground,” Lisa told Yorktown
Knolls Sports and Recreation News. “So, all the kids can play
Complex on Stoney Street. together.”
“Children all have ability,” A goal of the Parks and
Harckham said at a press Recreation Commission, Quast
conference on Friday, Aug. 2. said, is to provide diverse
“ ey just have di erent abilities. recreation and leisure activities.
ey may learn di erently, and “Part of this commitment
they may play di erently, but is changing our playgrounds
every child has ability.” to provide places where
Lucas Canni , who turns 4 children of all abilities can play
next month, served as inspiration together,” Quast said at the press
for the playground. A blood conference.
clot on his spinal cord when he e town-owned sports
was just a year old left Lucas complex, which opened earlier PHOTO: BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER
paralyzed from the waist down. this year, has playing courts and The Canniff family holds a rendering of the soon-to-be constructed playground at Granite Knolls: Ava, 8,
Since then, the Canni s have elds for pickleball, basketball, mom Lisa, Lucas, 4, and Tim, 6.
found very few playgrounds, and football, lacrosse, baseball,
none in northern Westchester, softball, eld hockey, and more, use playground will further Construction on the Quast said.
that are accommodating in addition to walking trails and enhance this outstanding playground, which will be built “Whether we’ll be able to nish
to Lucas’ wheelchair. at a putting green. facility,” said Town Supervisor near the pickleball courts, is [before the winter] depends on
prompted to his mother, Lisa, to “ e addition of the adaptive Ilan Gilbert. expected to begin in the fall, the weather,” she said.
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Behind the curtain PHOTOS COURTESY OF THOMAS FALCONE
Yorktown native shows the unseen side of celebrity
BY BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER len St., New York.
EDITOR “It’s all documentary style,” Falcone said.
“I’m giving everyone an inside look of what it
Trust is earned, not given. feels like to be a ‘celebrity’ but making you feel
As a photographer to some of the world’s as close to them as possible.”
biggest musical artists, omas Falcone knows e Yorktown High School graduate has
the importance of earning that trust. been touring the world with musicians since he
“It’s a very groundbreaking moment when was a teenager. “I’ve always wanted to do this,”
you’re allowed to document everything,” said Falcone said of his show, “but I didn’t think my
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Back to the drawing board
After hearings,Town Board may rewrite tree, solar laws
BY TRUDY WALZ for Yorktownby residents as ones of greatest tected trees in excess of the per- half-acre lot would be subject to the one passed in Pound Ridge,
CONTRIBUTING WRITER concern. ey included exempt- mitted amount, which is set at 10 signi cant tree removal. he said,“Basically it says go to the
ing properties up to a half-acre, in a calendar year. Regarding the solar law, Ab- Planning Board,” eliciting laugh-
In answering critics of laws moving a provision governing Roker and Diana both also in- bate told the board he had col- ter from board members and
proposed to govern the removal the removal of a single protected dicated they supported increas- lected ones in e ect in the cities/ some in the audience.
of trees and solar installations, tree on a 15-percent slope to ing the half-acre threshold to towns of New Rochelle,Ossining, SEE TREE/SOLAR PAGE 7
the Town Board last week took those governing erosion and sed- an acre, as it would be unlikely a Mount Kisco and Cortlandt. Of
divergent paths. iment control, and improving the
Who do you know that deserves a free car?After public hearings held July de nition of a woodlands.
9, Town Supervisor Ilan Gil- With the wetlands law, Gilbert for Yorktown
bert said at the beginning of the said, “ ere’s an understanding
• Nominate aboard’s work session on Tuesday, of what the value of a wetland
July 23, “It seemed obvious there is,” but other than aesthetics, the
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enough changes in both laws as Tegeder said he hadn’t seen
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At the end of its discussion of the forest we are used to and
changes to the tree law draft, the what we have here.”
• Yorktownboard asked Director of Plan- Tegeder also mentioned the
Helpingning John Tegeder and Town need to clarify mitigation, “how
Attorney Richard Abbate to re- that would be handled and its im-
Yorktowndraft the measure.
portance and the exibility that’s
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Give Backput these panels in. Now, nobody the 2016 law that replaced it
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help, “arrange a site visit, a road that mitigation could be modi-
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PHOTO COURTESY OF NICK SAVIANO The Yorktown Heat after winning the 8A League Championship
On June 2, the 10U Yorktown Crusaders won the Spring Greater Hudson PHOTO COURTESY OF SERGIO ESPOSITO
Valley League Championship. They won the game, held at Granite Knolls
Sports Complex, 10-7 over the Danbury Knights. Pictured, top row: Nick Yorktown Heat win 8A
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TREE/SOLAR in commercial or not.” eration. And I agree. And I think stalling a solar array on a fallow “ at’s a quasi-commercial
FROM PAGE 5
He also cautioned the board that at some point we have got parcel on her working farm. use, though, and you’re 100 per-
that should it go the “ oating to recognize that we have got to “I think there are several farms cent right,” Diana said.
Referring to the lot size limi- zone” route, as was suggested at do something with regard to re- in Yorktown and this certainly “I’m not going to give up on
tations set by some communities, the hearing, when a solar farm is newable energy.” She also spoke could help them in terms of up- solar,” Roker said. “I’m not pre-
Gilbert said, “Personally, I feel if decommissioned,it would already about Patty Peckham, who is in- keep of their property,” she said. pared to do that.”
you’re going to have it even with a have been determined to support
10-acre minimum, if you’re going commercial uses and such a de-
to have it in residential, I think termination “can be used against
it has to clearly de ne it so the you later on.”
screening will be determined to Diana referred to one of the
be e ective…I don’t know how speakers at the public hearing,
you guarantee that, but I think it mentioning Paul Moskowitz by
is very important.” name, saying he was right “when
“It should not be visible from he says you’re actually putting a
anywhere,”Tegeder said. huge roof on a clear-cut slope,”
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In my 20s, after I had made MY
a career shift from philoso- PERSPECTIVE
phy to law (and became a
criminal defense attorney for JAMES
the Legal Aid Society), I took
a trip to Boston to visit my old
philosophy professor and men-
tor, Dr. Robert Neville.
At the time, he was teaching
philosophy at Boston University. He invited me to an “end of the
course party,” which his graduate class on “Philosophy of Time” was
throwing. At that point of my life, the issue of “time” was a matter
of the length of incarceration that my clients were facing. e idea
that time’s meaning posed a philosophical question seemed almost
silly to me. I was wrong.
Almost a half-century later, I am much wiser (I hope). I now
appreciate the fact that the essence of life is time. Yet what it is can
best be described as maddeningly ambiguous.
How important is it? R.M. MacIver described it this way, “Time PHOTO: LAUREN BETTINO
a ects us in many ways. We use it; we abuse it; we enjoy it; we fear A lactating female coyote eyes the camera as she passes through the photographer’s backyard.
it. e way we respond to the challenges of time is a test of what e truth about coyotes
we are, of what we are becoming. We grow older day by day, older
in the calendar. Does that fact disturb us greatly, little, sometimes,
often? How else are we growing in the same time? How much of
our time do we really enjoy doing what? Do we frequently or sel-
dom feel that the time was well spent? e answers we would give
to these questions reveal our philosophy of time. We all acquire one, BY DANA GOIN of disease. Perhaps less apparent in our everyday
GUEST WRITER life is the over-browsing of forest understory. By
though we rarely, if ever, venture to spell it out.” curbing deer numbers, predators preserve forest
If you’re a Westchester resident, it’s safe to integrity because deer will not over-forage an
Following up on R. M. MacIver’s challenge to articulate a phi- say you have at the very least heard of the area. Forests here are largely stripped of their vi-
coyotes that live right here in our backyards. tal forest oor vegetation, the absence of which
losophy of time, I would suggest that time represents three distinct Whether you’ve seen them yourself, heard them has detrimental impacts on ground-nesting bird
howling in the night, or know a neighbor who populations, as well as small mammal habitat.
phenomena even though we often confuse them in our minds: has had some sort of encounter, nearly everyone In regions with a hearty predator presence, prey
has some version of a coyote story. While we populations are naturally maintained at a capac-
1) Clock or chronological time. Oddly, the ticking of a clock has likely all have that in common, where we may ity in which the environment can thrive.
di er is in our opinions of coyotes.
nothing to do with time. Clocks really measure space. One hour of Now, understandably, talk of a robust preda-
Let’s talk about coyotes’ role in nature. In the tor presence in suburban areas is bound to put
chronological time is the movement of the sun from any particular Westchester area, coyotes occupy the role of some people on edge. Little Red Riding Hood
apex predator, which means as the top members did a real number on us. Add to that our sen-
point to 15 degrees along its orbital path. e clock on the wall is of the food chain they help maintain the health sationalized media coverage and one would be
and balance of all other species “below” them on led to believe that our wildlife is sitting in wait,
set to correlate with the sun’s motion. Although we constantly refer the food web. e ability of an apex predator to plotting to ambush us and our pets. Yet the
persist is a reliable indicator that an ecosystem reality is, wildlife would prefer to have nothing
to, concentrate on, and run our lives in connection with what our is healthy and balanced. Why is it so important to do with us.
for our ecosystem to maintain balance? With-
watches or clocks indicate, this is perhaps the least signi cant of out balance, there are inevitable and unsustain- Which brings me back to: coyotes.
able booms in populations of other animals. Coyotes need a new PR rep. One of the most
our concepts of time. Take deer, for example. We are all familiar with maligned species in all of North America, they
the over-population issue of white-tailed deer are a favored scapegoat for suburban—and
2) Subjective, psychological or experiential time. is comprises in Westchester. Frequent vehicle collisions, many rural—environments. Labeled varmints
devastated home gardens, and increased cases and pest species, mutants and blood-thirsty
our individual experience of the continuum of our consciousness. of Lyme disease are just a few of the symptoms killers, coyotes barely stand a chance against
of the growing problem. In areas with a strong our preconceived notions about them. Four
Consciousness and time are, in this view, one. When we are asleep predator presence, populations are not only kept hundred years ago, European settlers arrived on
in check but are also proven to be healthier the shores of North America with their fables
or unconscious, time is frozen. But the minute we awake it contin- overall, as predators typically target the ailing featuring “big bad wolves” and other dangerous
members of a herd thereby limiting the spread
ues once again. SEE GOIN PAGE 11
is subjective view of time allows us to appreciate an insight we
have long had about time’s pace. Yes, time ies. More speci cally,
when we are children it seems to move at a snail’s pace as we ea-
gerly anticipate life’s experiences. As an adult it accelerates to a pace
of almost demonic speed. Psychological time varies with our body
temperature: the higher it is, the slower time passes, if lowered time
speeds up. e same is true about our metabolic rate. Illness and
disease can produce extreme variations in how we experience time.
So, too, drug use can induce extreme alterations in time experience.
Under many of these conditions, “clock time” may seem to pass
We often say that time “slows down” or “speeds up.” But
in relation to what? What we mean is that our experience of
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MARTORANO carousal. Many of us nd that there is nothing wrong with a confused mélange of possible basically a philosophy of time. It
our ideas of the past, present and reliving happy moments of one’s events and impossible “castles instructs us to value our immedi-
FROM PAGE 8 future run incoherently together. life, it becomes self-defeating in the air.” e result is that any ate consciousness and it counsels
An entire cottage industry of when it results in our inability to ability to experience the present us to exist as fully as possible in
chronological time (ticks of our self-help books, courses and savor the present. In such cases, is lost. the “now.” For the existentialist
clock) has been altered one way even cults have thrived on the the past has become much more the past is only something that
or the other. notion that our obsession with that a memory of experienced So, what are we to do? I is to be utilized in the service
the past and concerns over the events. It has taken on the func- suggest we look to a branch of of the present while the future,
3) Real time or matter in future have caused us to miss the tion of a nostalgically distorted philosophy we have talked about rather than controlling, is but a
motion. is consists of the present. All of these self-help blend of fact and ction provid- several times in past columns, set of dreams to give our lives
sequence of events in the real e orts can be gleefully jettisoned ing a comforting mirage, but in Existentialism. Perhaps the direction and purpose. Sounds
world. e sun rises, clouds if we merely embrace a healthy the process blurring our ability greatest contribution of Exis- good to me.
gather, it rains, night falls. While philosophy of time. to see our present reality. In this tentialism is its insightful view
we calibrate these changes in the scenario the future also serves as of our experience of time. is I would like to share more, but
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Gilbert focused on Parents deserve Persistence pays off along with other areas in Dutchess, Put-
infrastructure to know nam and Westchester counties. At Su-
To the editor, pervisor Ilan Gilbert’s request, the second
To the editor, To the editor, Persistence is a key characteristic I look meeting was held here in Yorktown at the
In addition to the money Enbridge As a mother who regularly takes her for in leaders. I want to thank our former VFW on July 17.
provided for the Granite Knolls Sports child to our town parks, I read with great state Sen. Terrence Murphy and Matt e purpose of the VAC is to work
Complex, Supervisor Ilan Gilbert was disappointment Bob Stone’s attempt to Slater, his former chief of sta , for their with the veterans community to identify
able to negotiate additional monies for interject politics into the important issue e orts in obtaining the funding York- concerns and to help veterans and their
construction taking longer than promised. of pesticide neighbor noti cation (Aug. town needed to repave Quinlan Street. families resolve these concerns. e VAC
Supervisor Gilbert convinced Enbridge 1, “Slater’s scare tactics”). More so, I want to thank them both will work in concert with existing veter-
to pay the town $1 million for the rst Almost 20 years ago, the state enacted for their relentless persistence to make ans organizations such as the NYS De-
three months they extended—November, a law requiring commercial applicators, sure this important infrastructure proj- partment of Veterans’ A airs, the Joseph
December, and January 2018/19—and but not local governments, to notify the ect came to be. Even after leaving o ce, P. Dwyer Veterans Peer Support Pro-
$350K every month thereafter. public after they apply a pesticide. While Senator Murphy and Matt Slater fol- gram, Montrose Veterans Hospital, and
Enbridge now expects to complete work Mr. Stone’s recent letter tries to draw a lowed up with our neighborhood making various County Veteran Services Agen-
in October 2019 which gives the Town a distinction between chemical and natural sure it was completed. cies, and others.
little more than $4 million. is money pesticides, it doesn’t matter to me if Yor- I also want to thank Highway Super- Sen. Harckham, at the initial meeting,
has mostly been allocated to Yorktown’s ktown sprays Roundup or lemon drops. intendent Dave Paganelli and his depart- stated, “ e men and women who have
long-neglected infrastructure. Of course, Regardless of any available loopholes ment for their role in completing this served in our armed forces have made
there will be a need to assist Parks and in state law, our town has a responsibil- project. It is great to see teamwork on sacri ces that most of us will never be
Recreation for the ongoing support of the ity to let local parents know if they are behalf of the hardworking taxpayers of able to fully comprehend. I want to en-
Granite Knolls Sports Complex, for which applying any of these materials at our Yorktown. I hope to see more of the same sure that veterans and their families in
the previous administration didn’t budget. local parks. Unlike Mr. Stone, I do not in the future and I know with Matt Slater the 40th Senate District and beyond get
But in addition to all this, Supervisor believe that our town government should as our town supervisor, we can expect just the best medical care and support ser-
Gilbert and Highway Superintendent be taking advantage of loopholes in state that. He has the proven experience and vices available.”
Dave Paganelli have negotiated $195,000 law to avoid informing concerned par- clear vision that Yorktown can count on. is new program gives veterans, their
from Enbridge to repave the pipeline ents about the use of chemicals on town Vinny Gallo families and organizations that support
portion of Stoney Street after their pipe- property. Yorktown Heights our veterans, another voice and another
line work is done. A smooth road awaits e whole point of the state law is to avenue for providing help through coor-
once work on the pipeline is complete! enable parents to make informed deci- Support our veterans dination and legislation.
Once again, let’s thank Supervisor Gil- sions that are in the best interest of their e mission statement developed for
bert and Superintendent Paganelli for children. at’s something for Mr. Stone To the editor, the VAC is to support the veterans resid-
their planning and dedication to all Yor- to think about before he writes his next In April, New York State Sen. Pete ing in our district by identifying veterans
ktown residents. letter. Harckham initiated quarterly meetings and their families in need of service and
Leslie Hochberg Ashley Sloan of his Veterans Advisory Council (VAC). SEE LETTERS PAGE 11
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LETTERS GOIN instead manage ourselves.
e key to our cohabitation lies in our active prac-
FROM PAGE 10 FROM PAGE 8
tice of coexistence techniques. First, we must address
by providing information and access to the services for beasts, and—among other atrocities—began to and remove any and all sources of human-related
which they are eligible under the law. eradicate large carnivores by the millions. To this day, food access—be they intentional or unintentional.
we maintain a scienti cally unsound determination
Supervisor Gilbert has been in discussions with Sen. to eliminate every large or mid-sized carnivore with is means securing our garbage cans, recycling, and
Harckham on needs of veterans and how to best meet whom we share our landscape. compost bins so animals cannot gain access. Feeding
those needs and he fully supports the VAC. our pets indoors, cleaning up the yard of fallen fruit
Coyotes, however, have a gift and a curse: their or food debris, and keeping bird feeders tidy (an oft-
As a concerned and active veteran of Yorktown, I adaptability. Equally capable of thriving in the plains, overlooked attractant to coyotes as birdseed inevitably
have devoted many hours to working with veterans the forest, the desert, among other regions, the ex- draws small mammals to your yard). It also includes
around Westchester County. I have served on the VAC ibility of the coyote is something at which we should discussing these methods with our neighbors and
for the Veterans Administration as well as the WCV- marvel. More recently our increased encroachment on holding one another accountable.
AB (Westchester County Veterans Advisory Board). their habitat as well as the extirpation of coyotes’ natu-
In my work with veterans and veteran groups I have ral predators, such as wolves and cougars, provided an On the occasion that a coyote does wander into
discovered, as has Supervisor Gilbert, Sen. Harckham open invitation for their range expansion eastward. We your yard, the next step is to employ hazing tech-
and County Executive George Latimer, that when we must consider the fact that our suburban and urban niques. Hazing is the act of scaring o an animal to
work together to bene t veterans around the country spaces provide—be it intentional or not—ample access reinforce their natural wariness of humans. is in-
that we can succeed in improving their lives. to food, water, and shelter for these clever canines. volves using loud noises and exaggerated movements
Why wouldn’t they leap at the opportunity to live to frighten coyotes away. ough they are highly
Supervisor Gilbert will help the VAC ensure the here? Just think of the real estate listing: a few minutes’ valuable members of our ecosystem, we can reap those
timely and accurate bene t delivery for all Yorktown walk from a top-rated restaurant (suburbia is rodent- bene ts while still fortifying their caution toward us.
veterans seeking help from the federal, state and local central), lakefront property (those ponds, streams, and
branches of government. He will also ensure our veter- man-made lakes are great watering holes), and very Our relationship with coyotes does not have to be a
ans receive the dignity, compassion, respect and privacy little crime (no natural predators in sight!). contentious one. After hundreds of years of persecu-
they deserve. tion, the fact is that coyotes are here to stay. It us up to
at is of course if you don’t consider humans a us to employ our best available wildlife management
is may include, but not be limited to, the ght predator. strategy: managing our own behaviors. e risk of
against homelessness and joblessness within the vet- living with coyotes is minimal. e bene ts are great.
eran community, researching the correct answer and Due to the abundance of misinformation and We just have to take it upon ourselves to make sure
providing results as quickly as possible. misunderstanding of coyotes, many people still wish our relationship remains one of understanding and
for the complete annihilation of this vital keystone cooperation. In the words of environmentalist and
is Veterans Advisory Council is something that species. Yet, science has shown that removal of coyotes author Marc Beko , “Too often, we cause ecological
should have existed in the district and I’m delighted actually begets more coyotes. How? Reducing the problems and animal su ering because we think of
that Sen. Harckham saw the need and initiated the coyote population means more abundant resources for ourselves as the only beings who matter.” In an age
program. Yorktown and the rest of the district will be the survivors. Access to ample resources means greater in which we are teetering on the verge of ecological
well served by the VAC. ability to care for pups. ough lethal control ap- collapse, it is about time we start focusing our e orts
pears to provide a temporary dip in numbers, there is on coexistence.
Supervisor Gilbert’s father was in the military along ultimately an overall increase as early as the next year.
with other family members and friends, and he fully Rather than lethal removal, studies have shown that Dana Goin is the wildlife outreach specialist of the Wolf
understands the importance of serving those who have the best way to mitigate human-coyote con ict is to Conservation Center, located in South Salem.
so gallantly served.
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Four tips for a successful college career
BY FREDERICK L. SHIELS to and thriving in your new that are Job No. 1 right now. “total college ex- breaking the ice early
GUEST COLUMNIST life that you may have Here is a checklist of some perience” at the same by raising your hand and
heard or read about, time. First the straight talk showing that you have read the
So you have been accepted to but I am willing to bet common sense, and some not- “hard news”: assignment or are truly engaged
a college and are getting ready to many that you have obvious techniques for mak- FACT: Many college students in the topic (don’t be intimidated
begin your new life soon! not. Call this advance spe- ing these good results happen, from the best high schools and by know-it-all other students).
ci c inside information about avoiding common pitfalls, and with really good grades and Professors can spot thoughtful
All of the years of middle and achieving academic success so freeing up the rest of your SAT scores will experience real people who don’t have to raise
high school courses are behind from someone like the four to college life for maximum sat- di culties, especially during the their hands constantly. On leav-
you, the SATs and ACTs, the es- isfaction. You can conquer the freshman or sophomore years. ing class or perhaps before, try to
says and applications and what ve dozen professors you will be “academics” and prosper in the e same applies to students get acquainted with the profes-
people are telling you/predicting dealing with, regardless of sub- from just decent high schools sor as a person, his/her research
will be four of the best years of ject, major or your present level with just decent grades and interests, your curiosity, etc. It is
your life lying ahead. of self-con dence. scores. You do not have to be one amazing how few students take
of these. the trouble to do this and it can
And this can certainly be Don’t let anybody kid you: FIRST, be aware that college make your life as a student much
true, but there are a number of those friendships you will is not just preparation for your richer.
strategies to help you avoid the make, and late night talk ses- career or life in the “real world.” FOURTH, there is a bal-
surprises and disappointments sions that students have been College is the start of your ca- ance between being swallowed
that are all too common in that having since Medieval times, the reer in that world. Many skills up in the library reading and
freshman year— and the years social scene and the early bouts learned in “making it” at your writing papers, and being or-
right after. of homesickness are no small school of choice—and I mean ganized enough to read enough
thing and a big part of what you people skills as well as great of the assignments to keep up,
As a professor at several New are likely to experience. But it grades—are not unlike those but also have a social life. Find
York City area colleges (and two is the classroom, interacting— you will face in the decades to that balance. It di ers from per-
years of teaching abroad with the or dealing!—with professors come, including possible grad son to person. College has lots
Fulbright program) and working and fellow students, the nights school or professional schools. of good distractions (and some
closely with by now thousands of studying, and the quest for SECOND, jump start that bad). ere are concerts and lec-
of students, I am going to tell grades and a “golden transcript” career by choosing the best tures and parties and probably
you some things about adjusting professors and the best advisors romance. Your job is to choose
available to you. Ask around. Do how you balance these. You
Law Office of the research. It seems obvious, are going to be balancing for
and that math professor whose the rest of your life. Start now.
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Tim O’Callaghan FILE PHOTO/
Graduate calls Yorktown soccer program ‘home away from home’
Tim O’Callaghan, a 2019 graduate, was a member of the me develop a unique competitive edge. What is your favorite food to eat before or after a
varsity Yorktown soccer and lacrosse teams. He will play meet?
Division 1 Lacrosse at College of the Holy Cross this fall. Tell us one thing about yourself that not a lot of
people know. Before, I like to have something light like a granola
BY LUKE BUGONI bar, and after, I often have pasta with my mom’s
CONTRIBUTING WRITER I am a huge horror movie fan phenomenal red sauce.
How old were you when you started playing Do you plan on continuing playing sports in Best place to eat in Somers and why?
soccer and what got you started? college? De nitely Heavy Bear Deli, because I simply can’t
go a week without their famous “Wacky.”
I started playing organized soccer when I was 4 I am currently committed to play Division 1
years old, and that was because I was always around a lacrosse at Holy Cross, but I have not closed the door If you could have one superpower, what would it
soccer ball while my older sisters played. on the prospect of playing soccer there, too. be and why?
What is your favorite thing about being on the Do you know what you want to study in college? I would love the ability to read minds because it
soccer team? If yes, what are you planning on studying and why? would make every aspect of life so much easier.
e atmosphere. ere is nothing like the I am not 100 percent sure of what I want to study What is your favorite social media? Why?
excitement of stepping out onto the eld and hearing exactly, but de nitely something in the math or Probably Twitter, because it keeps you up to date
the rst whistle blow for the start of a game. science elds. with news but is also always good for a laugh.
What is your favorite team activity or pre-meet Who is your favorite professional athlete and pro What would you tell other young athletes
or post-game ritual that you share with your (or college sports) team? growing up in the district about the experience of
teammates? What about a personal pre-meet or being part of the (sport) team? Why should they go
post-meet ritual? My favorite athlete is Kylian Mbappé and my out for the team?
favorite team is Paris Saint-Germain.
My teammates and I like to listen to music ere is nothing like Yorktown soccer. e sel ess
together in the locker room about an hour before What is your favorite music to listen to warming environment that Coach Polchinski and Coach Hu
games. Personally, I like to watch highlights of players up for a meet? have created makes the team a family. is program
like Ronaldinho, Ibrahimovic or Javier Pastore before has provided me a home away from home these past
the game to get my creativity going. I like to listen to rap music a couple of hours four years and I am forever grateful for that. e
before and Irish music or EDM right before the tremendous crowds at games and constant support
game. from the school as a whole are unmatched as well. If
you truly love the sport, Ytownfút will provide all of
Who has been your biggest role model over the If you could pick one place to visit on vacation the tools for an incredible experience and will shape
years and what have you learned from them? that you’ve never been to, where would you go and you into a better person on and o of the eld.
My dad has been my biggest role model because he
consistently teaches me how to be a leader and helped I would like to visit Paris and watch PSG play live.
Page 18 – Yorktown News SPORTS Thursday, August 8, 2019
Lakeland’s deMarte pitches for Israel
National team hopes to qualify for Olympics
BY MIKE SABINI ‘If I did not believe I have what it takes to do this, I would have pool tournament Sept. 7-15 in
CONTRIBUTING WRITER Bon, Germany, where they are
scheduled to go against teams
Lakeland graduate Jonathan already hung up my cleats.’ from the Czech Republic,
Belgium, Austria, Great Britain
de Marte made history by and the Netherlands.
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DEMARTE Lakeland graduate Jonathan de Marte PHOTO COURTESY OF CHARLES DEMERS
FROM PAGE 18 PHOTO COURTESY OF JONATHAN DE MARTE
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College showcase a
success at Lakeland
BY MIKE SABINI see, hear, and feel what is expect- lege coaches, as well as a
CONTRIBUTING WRITER ed to happen at a practice on the bunch of other texts from
next level.” the high school coaches
e 2nd Annual Hudson Val- One of those players who ben- letting me know their
ley College Showcase camp at e tted from the camp was rising boys have already been
Lakeland was a rousing success, Yorktown junior Chris Judge. contacted. e arms race
according to its founder and “First o , the camp was a great is already on to get these
director, Lakeland boys soccer experience to play against some players from camp onto
coach Tim Hourahan. of the best players in all of Sec- their college campus for
“I could not be more proud of tion 1,” Judge said. “ e coaches a visit.”
how the camp turned out this empathized what it takes to play Judge was very ap-
past week,” Hourahan said. “ e soccer at the next level. ey preciative of having the
high-school players really put on taught me that you have to be opportunity to show o
a show for three days, competing very t to play at the next level. his talents in front of the
at the highest level and the feed- e coaches also taught me the college coaches present
back from the college coaches importance of time management at the camp.
was incredible on both the play- to be on top of not only athletics “Tim Hourahan and Goalkeeper Nick Bassani, forward Genti
ers level of play as well as the or- but my school work when I get Brian Lanzetta (Somers Gashi and winger Jason San Lucas
ganization and professionalism to college.” coach) did a great job of
of this camp.” promoting the best play- PHOTO COURTESY OF TIM HOURAHAN
As for the coaches, they were
Hourahan thought the play- given a professional booklet with ers from Section 1 and
ers got plenty out of the show- every players’ bios according to bringing together many great camp is going to continue to
case, which was held at Lakeland Hourahan. college coaches,” Judge said. grow over the years as this area
from July 18-20. “ ey were able to watch a “Personally, this camp has helped of the state is loaded with real
“Well, for one, I know the talented group of players all on me tremendously to get exposure talent,” Hourahan said. “ ere ocHTLSoniaoUmaPutNchriHhYeaet—ohBrtuaarhrarnoiaarn’cdshnktaddfhponaeoLr.yramtLtrokaaecefPiorlncaaicaienncomthdglrlaepsGc—g.eoaesarsycihon
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coaches,” Hourahan said. “Our Hourahan said. “At my sum- camp, Hourahan is more excited state champion level teams in
1D players were put through the mer league the next night I had than ever for the one next sum- all four classes. A current hot
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