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Published by Halston Media, 2019-12-12 13:11:43

Yorktown News 12.12.19

Vol. 8 No. 37 Visit for the latest news. Thursday, December 12, 2019

Incumbent town clerk secures
win with absentee votes

Capoccia,a rst-time contender

for the Town Clerk position, said

In the Nov. 5 election’s closest even though she is disappointed

race, incumbent Diana Quast has with the outcome of the election,

come out victorious. she is grateful for the support she

After absentee ballots were received.

counted at the Westchester “Obviously, I am disappointed

County Board of Elections, Dem- with the outcome of my election

ocrat Quast received 5,446 votes, but I am grateful for the broad

defeating challenger Republican support I received and the many

Mary Capoccia with 5,258 votes. new friends I made on the cam-

e election results were certi- paign trail,” Capoccia said.

ed and updated on the county’s When asked whether she had

Mall Management, Toys for Tots, Yorktown Teen Center Board of Elections website on any plans to run again in the fu-

Give the giftand Mahopac National Honor Society Dec. 2. ture, she said she has no plans at
of kindness
Quast, who waited for the re- this time beyond enjoying the

sults to be certi ed, said she has Christmas season with her family

o cially declared victory. and friends.

“I am pleased to have been re- Quast said that she is currently

elected. I am honored to serve the wrapping up year-end issues and

residents of Yorktown and thank- getting ready for the new year.

ful they have shown their faith in “Moving forward, I would like

PHOTOS: KATHERINE BORCHERT me and my Town Clerk team for to nd ways to keep our residents

a second term. We have worked in the loop on what is going on

BY KATHERINE BORCHERT participate, individuals are encouraged to take a tag very hard over the last four years in the Town Clerk’s o ce and
STAFF WRITER o the wall, take a photo of themselves doing an
act of kindness, and post the photo to Instagram, to cultivate a more accessible of- in the town, as well as any new
Je erson Valley Mall is celebrating the holiday along with tagging and following the mall, @je er-
season by creating a contest designed to spread sonvalley, tagging a charity of their choice and using ce and streamline processes initiatives coming through from
kindness and cheer. the hashtag #GiftKindnessContest to enter for a
chance to win $1,000 for that charity. which we will continue to en- Albany and Westchester County,”
Mall management has set up a Gift Kindness
Contest in the food court in hopes of inspiring the “ is holiday season, we are encouraging guests hance,” Quast said in an email to Quast said. “We will be launching
community to participate in random acts of kindness. to give the gift of kindness to friends, family, part-
ners, team members, acquaintances or strangers. the Yorktown News. a Town Clerk Monthly Newslet-
e sta kicked o the holiday season on Friday,
Nov. 29, by revealing a wall covered in gift tags. SEE KINDNESS PAGE 4 She also thanked and acknowl- ter and will also continue to move

Each tag is labeled with an act of kindness. To edged the residents for their forward with digitizing records

support, as well as employees in through our Laser che program.

the Town Clerk’s o ce, Maura e Town Clerk’s mobile o ce

Weissleder, Elena Panagi and will continue to visit residents at

Tom Travis, as well as Supervisor various locations in town.”

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Page 2 – Yorktown News TOWN GREEN Thursday, December 12, 2019

The Staff Senior Advisory Committee th (rain date Dec. 22) Visit the departments Traditional favorites like, “O Come, O Come,
web page at www.yorktown for the Emmanuel,”and “O Little Town of Bethlehem”
EDITORIAL TEAM e next Senior Advisory Committee meet- schedule of Santa’s stops. will be complemented with more contemporary
JODI WEINBERGER ing will take place in Yorktown Town Hall on seasonal songs like, “All is Well” by Michael W.
Friday, December 19th at 1 p.m. All seniors are New Year’s Eve Ball Drop Smith and “It Feels Like Christmas” from the
EDITOR: 914-302-5830 welcome to join us and participate in a discus- Muppet Christmas Special! Instrumentalists
[email protected] sion with our speakers. Dr.Patrick omas,car- e Yorktown Chamber of Commerce in join our singers for this festive concert in the
diologist, will speak regarding heart health chal- conjunction with the Town of Yorktown will Sanctuary. A reception will follow in Fellowship
BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER lenges for women. is should be an interesting be hosting its New Year’s Ball Drop on Tues- Hall, where you can do a little Christmas Shop-
SPORTS EDITOR: 914-302-5628 topic. Our other guest speaker will be Assem- day, December 31, from 10 p.m. – 12:30 a.m. ping among the Fair Trade Items that will be
[email protected] blyman Kevin Byrne, who will discuss proposed in downtown Yorktown at the intersection of available for purchase. e Concert is Free, so
changes to the Star Program. A light luncheon Commerce Street and Veterans Road. Resi- treat a friend to an enjoyable holiday evening!!
ADVERTISING TEAM will be provided by NY Presbyterian/Hudson dents of Yorktown and surrounding towns will For further information contact the church of-
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Jessica Lynn’s at 10 p.m.A countdown will announce the ball’s
[email protected] Christmas Concert descent which will be greeted by a pyrotechnic Enjoyable Events
LISA KAIN display at midnight. Come on out and be a part at Temple Beth Am
Jessica Lynn’s A Very Merry Country Christ- of this tradition in the Yorktown community.
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Thursday, December 12, 2019 Yorktown News – Page 3

KATHERINE BORCHERT of brightening your day and treats
everyone with kindness and re-

spect,” they continued. “Coen’s

Assistant Director of Tech- positive attitude and ability to

nology Greg Coen is the recipi- communicate e ectively and

ent of Lakeland Central School honestly makes him a huge as-

District’s Mission Essential Rec- set to the district. Following up

ognition Award for November on Coen is not necessary. e job

2019. always gets done.”

Superintendent Dr. George e Mission Essential Recog-

Stone and Board President Mi- nition Program began in January

chael Daly held a surprise cer- 2019 and aims to identify and community member can nomi-

emony for Coen at the Lakeland recognize employees who exem- nate District employees for con-

Administration Building on Dec. plify the districts mission, core sideration using the on-line form.

4, where Coen was presented beliefs and vision.

with a special pin and certi cate. “We recognize and appreciate

“Coen exempli es Lakeland’s that the Lakeland Central School

Mission Statement’s practices District is rich with talented and

and policies—respect, kindness, dedicated employees. Every sta

responsibility, accountability and member has an important role, Board President Michael
honest and ethical behavior,” said responsibility and stake in the Daly presents Greg Coen
Stone and Daly. “Coen takes his safety, security and success of our
responsibilities seriously and is students,” Stone and Daly said. with District’s Mission
always performing with dedica- Essential Recognition
tion and boundless energy. Coen is the seventh person to
be awarded the Mission Essential Award.

“When he is given an assign- Recognition Award for the 2019- COURTESY OF JAMES
ment not only does he complete 2020 school year. VANDEVELDE

the assignment, he does it with According to the district, any

poise and grace. Coen has a way district sta member, student and

Lakeland Education Foundation brings author to middle school

e following is from the Lakeland School cussed with all groups what it means to be Neal Shusterman, a the students have when I visit schools,”
District: a writer. popular young adult said Shusterman. “When teachers are
author, spent the day excited and enthusiastic, the kids pick
Neal Shusterman, a popular young adult Re ecting on the writing workshops, with the 8th graders up on that. It might start with my books
author, spent the day with the 8th graders eighth grader Kirsten Lillo said, “He did recently. and then going on to have this re to read
recently. lots of fun and creative activities with us... more.”
It helped me get more in touch with writ- PHOTO COURTESY OF
“It was a day lled with inspiration, ing.” THE LAKELAND SCHOOL Speaking about Shusterman’s visit
conversation, and collaboration,” said Jan- DISTRICT Eighth Grader Arjun Parambath said, “(It
ice Reichert, one of the 8th grade English Caitlin Leonard added, “I liked being was) a once in a lifetime opportunity to
teachers who wrote the grant. His books able to hear the writing process not only provided assistance with bringing Neal meet someone as talented as him.”
include the series Arc of a Scythe which from my English teachers, but from a pro- Shusterman’s “ e Toll” to the school, re-
many students started reading at the end fessional writer.” ported that they couldn’t keep his books Added Damian Siverio, “My favorite
of last year. e books include “Scythe” on the shelves as eighth graders became part of the day was when I got to spend
(2016), “ underhead” (2018) and the lat- Another group of students were able to engaged in reading. two periods listening to the author that
est “ e Toll” (2019). at book was re- hear a reading by Shusterman of his yet made one of the best books I’ve read.”
leased the day he appeared at the middle unreleased novel “Game Changer”due out “ ey read all the books and were ex-
school and students were able to get copies September 2020. cited to talk about them, and then their e grant was submitted by middle
of the book at a discounted price and have friends began reading them as well,” said school ELA teachers Janice Reichert,
them autographed. ELA Teacher Ellen McNally said the ELA Teacher Sharon Vicciardo. “It was Danielle Reyes, Sharon Vicciardo, erese
idea for the grant began with a discus- fantastic to have more than half of the DiSimone and Ellen McNally.
He won the National Book Award for sion with her brother, also a middle school grade read over the summer before they
Young People’s Literature for his book teacher, of how to get middle schoolers, even entered eighth grade.”
“Challenger Deep.” especially boys, interested in reading liter-
ature. Out of that discussion came the idea “ ese books have so many topics we
Students took part in three di erent ac- to begin reading Scythe. After the teach- can talk about with the students and get
tivities. e grade was split into two large ers all read it, and loved it, they decided to their true reactions, which you don’t often
group assemblies which gave eighth grad- promote it to their students during a book get with a lot of popular culture books.
ers the chance to hear from Shusterman talk. ey then learned of Shusterman’s
and answer their questions. book tour and his stop at other schools ese books are substantial,” added ELA
and wrote the LEF grant to bring him to Teacher Danielle Reyes.
“It wasn’t a lecture, which all kids doze LCBMS.
o in, but an interactive presentation,”said “It is so exciting to see the enthusiasm
eighth grader Ibrahim Rogers. e teachers introduced all di erent
Shusterman books to incoming 8th grad-
Smaller groups were able to work ers last year. Students were encouraged to
with him in a classroom as he took them read Scythe or one of his other 52 nov-
through the process of developing a writ- els over the summer and it took o bet-
ten piece, how to get ideas and to build ter than they could have hoped. e local
them into a creative story. He also dis- Mohegan Lake Barnes and Noble, which

Page 4 – Yorktown News Thursday, December 12, 2019

KINDNESS or Society loves to help out local Beaudreault said. Blue Star monument
FROM PAGE 1 dedicated
charities and today we’re helping Maria Anna Du y, a volunteer

out Community Cares, which with Toys for Tots, said that she’s

Kindness is a gift everyone can helps local families with terminal- helping the Marines collect toys

a ord to give and we hope this ly ill children do cooking, cleaning for children.

campaign will spark the spirit of and day-to-day things that they “We like to make donations

giving in our community, one act might not be able to focus on,” for children who don’t have any On Veterans Day the Garden

of kindness at a time,” General said Chase Santoriella, a student toys for the holidays and we take Club of Yorktown dedicated

Manager Alexa O’Rourke said. at Mahopac High School. “In the unwrapped toys and donations,” e Blue Star By-Way Marker,

e mall has teamed up with National Honor Society, one of Du y said. which is a tribute to the United

local nonpro ts which want to our core pillars is de nitely com- To kick o the contest, a mem- States Armed Forces. Four years

help bring some cheer to those munity and personally [some- ber from each charity selected a ago the garden club began plan-

less fortunate this holiday season. thing] I hold in very high regard tag and act of kindness to perform. ning for this event. A committee

Yorktown Teen Center, Toys because I think it’s just so impor- “ is season, in general, it’s all was created and headed by club

for Tots, the Mahopac National tant for us as a community to give about giving back: how we can co-president Jeriann Boniello. A

Honor Society, Alliance for Safe back and we like to get involved help one another,how we can help suitable stone had to be found

Kids, the Community Food Pan- and help out as much as we can.” our communities, and we’re so in- on which to mount the memo-

try at St. Mary’s, NY Blood Cen- A member of the Yorktown credibly passionate about what it rial. Long time member Monica

ter, Guiding Eyes for the Blind Teen Center, which o ers a safe, is we’re creating here. is is just Doherty suggested a millstone

and the Food Pantry at Je erson enriching and fun space for Yor- one way for all of us to work to- located on Yorktown School Dis-

Valley Mall have partnered with ktown’s teens, said that being kind gether, all of us to donate, give an trict property. e millstone was

mall management in their social to one another starts with each extra tip, help somebody to their retrieved from a brook that ran

media-based kindness contest. individual and needs to be contin- car.It doesn’t take much out of our through Militia Captain Samuel

Members of the those groups ued by paying it forward. days to spread love and light and Delavan’s mill on Hallock’s Mill

and Community Cares were in “What we try to do is show that is what we are hoping to do Road, a location rich in Revo- PHOTO COURTESY OF LOU ANN O’BRIEN
lutionary War history. Soldiers
attendance to help the mall reveal teenagers that it’s good to be here today and the next couple of

the gift kindness wall. kind,” said Adriana Beaudreault, weeks,”O’Rourke said. built an aqueduct which passed assistance of Town Planner John

e individuals from the chari- president the Yorktown Teen e contest runs until Dec. 27. the army camp and powered Tegeder and Town Clerk Di-

ties agreed that kindness is some- Center Board of Directors. To participate, visit the Je erson the mill. Generals Rochambeau ana Quast. is dedication was

thing we need to see more and Brian Beaudreault, a member Valley Mall and pick your own act and Washington bene ted from truly a community e ort. e

they’re happy to help. and sta member at the center, of kindness; the wall is located in their e orts. Dr. Ron Hattar, Blue Star Memorial began af-

Members of the Mahopac Na- said that when someone shows the food court. superintendent of schools, gave ter World War II as a suitable

tional Honor Society said that the kindness, they may get kindness the Garden Club permission to means of honoring service men

mall’s mission of spreading kind- back. For additional information on relocate the millstone to Patriots and women by garden clubs. It

ness aligns with their core beliefs. “When there’s kindness in the the Gift Kindness campaign, visit Park. is was done by High- takes its name from the blue star

ey were representing Com- world, it’s de nitely a good thing nd way Supervisor, Dave Paganelli in the service ag and is placed

munity Cares, a charity that helps for people and the Teen Center a drop-o location for Toys for Tots, and members of his department. in a garden as a living memorial

families in medical crises. de nitely helps with kids in their visit https://www.t4twestchester. Selection of the site at Patriot to all who have served in the Na-

“ e Mahopac National Hon- improvement of kindness,” Brian org/donate/dropo .asp. Park was determined with the tion’s Armed Forces.

Join us for Mass on Christmas!
e Catholic Churches of Yorktown

Rev. Fr. Robert A. Quarato, Pastor Rev. Msgr. Joseph R. Giandurco, Pastor
1377 E. Main St. MAIN CHURCH: 137 Moseman Rd.
STONE CHURCH: 188 Church Pl.
Shrub Oak, NY 10588 Yorktown Heights, NY 10598 914-528-3547 914-962-5050

Masses at Seton: Masses at St. Patrick:

CHRISTMAS EVE: 4:00, 6:00, 8:00PM, Midnight in the Church CHRISTMAS EVE: 4:00, 7:30, 11PM (Not Midnight)

and 4:00PM Family Mass in the Auditorium in Main Church and 5:00PM in Stone Church

CHRISTMAS DAY: 7:00, 8:00, 9:30, 11:00AM, CHRISTMAS DAY: 7:45, 9:15, 11:00AM, 12:30PM in

and 12:30PM in the Church Main Church. ere are NO Masses in the Stone

Church and NO 5 PM Mass on Christmas Day.

Thursday, December 12, 2019 TOWN GREEN Yorktown News – Page 5

GREEN Sunday Advent and 10 a.m. Christmas Eve ser- Clues will be posted where the e elf can be invited to bring
Sermons vices will be conducted at 4 p.m. “life-sized Elf ” is hanging out. an “elf-gram” to a friend, fam-
and 9 p.m. Everyone is welcome Residents are then encouraged ily member, co-worker, or favor-

Engaging Shabbat Services St. Andrew’s Lutheran to attend! Please also visit us on to visit that business and take an ite business location. Be sure to

- On December 13th at 8 p.m., Church, 2405 Crompond Road, the web at www.standrewsyork- “El e” (a sel e with the elf ). at notify management if the “Live

Temple Beth Am will celebrate Yorktown Heights, invites you sel e would be posted on the Elf ” is coming to a business. e

the beauty and joy of the Shab- to temper the hectic pace and Elf on the Shelf Yorktown Lions’ website and In- Elf ’s visit will be about 30 min-
bat. Our modern Shabbat ser- busyness of the holidays by at- stagram feeds as well as the spon- utes, and the suggested donation

vice has a spiritual and engaging tending a series of special Sunday soring businesse’s website. Daily is only $25. Longer visits would

feel while following traditional Advent sermons by Pastor Dave e Yorktown Lions are provid- clues will be left, for example, at increase the cost of the visit.

modes. Come join us for an up- Dockweiler. e sermons are en- ing two new versions of Elf on the the Yorktown rehouse and the To book your “Elf on a Shelf ”

lifting Shabbat Service. titled Slowing Down for Hope; Shelf: one life-sized Elf that will Yorktown police station. Pres- visit or “Elf-gram” visit, please

Temple Beth Am is located Slowing Down for Peace; Slow- be placed at a business and one live ently, AFC Urgent Care and the email [email protected]

at 203 Church Pl., Yorktown. ing Down for Joy; and Slowing Elf that will deliver Elf Grams. is JV Mall have already signed up. All donations will

For information, please call our Down for Love. is Advent fund raiser will run from Nov. 29 - However, no one will know what bene t the Yorktown Lions

Rabbi at 962-7500 or email him sermon series will begin on De- Dec. 23. Here’s how it all works. date that the “Life-sized Elf will Club’s support of local commu-

at [email protected] cember 1 and continue the next e “life-sized Elf on a Shelf ” appear unless clues are followed. nity groups and its members.

Yorktown Funeral three Sundays: December 15, can be rented daily by a local e “Live Elf ” will be deliver- SEE GREEN PAGE 7

and 22. Services are at 8:30 a.m. business for a donation of $25. ing personalized “ELF Grams.”

Home Tree Lighting

On Saturday, December 14, Holiday Orders
Yorktown Funeral Home in
Shrub Oak will hold its Ninth We an now taking holiday orders, so please place your holiday orders early. Christmas
Annual Holiday Tree Lighting orders need to be placed by December 20th and New Year’s orders need to be placed by
Ceremony, starting at 5 p.m., December 29th. We o er a full range of quality meats, cut and prepared to order. Check
according to Anthony Guarino,
funeral director and owner. At out our full roasts and specialty meat menus below. Let A&S make your holiday
that time, family members and glltherings extra special with the nest meats and catering. Pick up our full
friends of those whose lives were catering menu or visit us at our website at We have
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founding in 2011 are invited
to gather and to place an orna- Beef (Angus) Lamb (American) Seafood
ment inscribed with the names • Cracked Pepper Filet Mignon • Frenched Crown of Lamb • Lobster Tails • Shrimp • Calamari
of their loved ones on the tree. • Filet Mignon (Plain or Marinated) • Leg of Lamb (Plain or Seasoned) • Crab Cakes . Baccala Salad. Seafood Salad
Refreshments will be served. Yor- • Eye Round Roast Beef • Loin of Lamb (Plain or Seasoned) Chef Specialties
ktown Funeral Home is located • Standing Rib Roast • Whole Baby Lamb • Stuffed Fillet of Sole (Crabmeat)
at 945 E Main Street in Shrub • Shell Roast • Butterflied Leg of Lamb • Salmon (Lemon Caper or Warm
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Chabad of Yorktown • Veal for Spedini • Farm Fresh - Killed Turkey
Pork HOLIDAY HOURS: • Murray’s Whole Chicken
Chabad of Yorktown is located • Fresh Ham (Plain or Seasoned) • Capons • Ducks • Quails • Rabbits
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Page 6 – Yorktown News Thursday, December 12, 2019

Town considers adding Students awarded
fluoride back to water for impact study

BY KATHERINE BORCHERT According Quinn, the town has two Four students from Yorktown and Lakeland High Schools were awarded $6,000 for
their water, sewer and landuse impact study. e LHS students are Julius Lagoa and
STAFF WRITER sources of water supply—the Catskill water Miranda Lopez and the YHS students are: Leila Hudson and Kristen Ferguson. e
study looked at how to conserve water in Yorktown.
supply and Amawalk water supply.

e Town Board was expected to vote on In January 2013, uoridation of York-

a resolution on whether to start work on the town’s water supply from the Catskill wa-

drinking water uoridation project during ter supply treatment plant stopped when

its Tuesday, Dec. 10, meeting. equipment at the facility began malfunc-

If passed, the resolution would authorize tioning.

work on the capital project, which would After the Catskill water treatment plant

be slated for completion in the summer of ceased uoridation of the water, the town’s

2020, said Town Engineer Mike Quinn. uoride levels were unbalanced due to the

In June 2018, the town received a hydraulics of the water distribution system,

$901,500 grant from the New York State resulting in many individuals not receiving

Department of Health for the construction enough uoride. Councilman Vishnu Patel,
Julius Lagoa, Miranda
of a facility to add uoride to the town’s wa- In October 2017, Northern Westchester
Lopez and LHS Principal
ter supply. Joint Water Works stopped uoridation at Christopher Cummings.

In December 2018,the Town Board took the Amawalk water supply, which left Yor-

its rst steps in the project by hiring Arcadis ktown’s water supply without uoridation.

of New York for the engineering design, Now, the town aims to add uoride back

construction administration and eld in- into the Catskill water supply through a

spection services for $209,000. facility located on Catherine Street in Yor-

If the resolution is passed, the town ktown.

would award ELQ Industries Inc. a gen- e building was formerly used and op-

eral construction contract of $687,155 to erated by the town water department to dis-

cover the base bid, miscellaneous additional infect water,before the town became part of YHS Superintendent
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Happily Ever After Mis t Toys

Iremember the excitement READING,
of tip-toeing down the WRITING &
stairs with my younger CHOCOLATE
brother early on Christmas

morning. e lights on the KIM
Christmas tree would already KOVACH
be lit. Our eyes widened at the

stacks of beautifully wrapped

presents and the bulging red

holiday stockings hanging nearby.

We did not write letters to Santa with our lists of toys and

wishes. But we did leave a plate of cookies for him which was usu-

ally empty by morning. Unwrapping those presents with glee, we

couldn’t wait to play with our new toys. Our cat loved to scamper

in and out of the mounds of wrapping paper and ribbons and boxes.

e Holiday Spirit 2019 Most of those long ago Christmas presents were winners. Dolls

and doll accessories when I was very young and then books and my

microscope set when I was older. I loved that Tasco microscope. It

came in a wooden case with glass slides and assorted items to peek

As the days y by and at under the magnifying lens. I was into STEM before it was even
we head into the heart
of the holiday season, I men let the humanity of the a term.
can’t help but ask, what is this
MY day override the orders of their Since my mom was an artist, we always received creative presents
PERSPECTIVE commanders, as they danced,
sang and shared food with like paint sets and craft making kits. My brother received a wonder-

ful present one year – Creepy Crawlers. e set included colorful

Holiday spirit really about? JAMES others who had, only the day liquid plastic that you squirted into molds and placed in this heated
MARTORANO before, tried to take their lives.
Even though many people contraption to produce rubberized lizards, snakes and spiders. Our

celebrate di erent traditions e Holiday Spirit is gener- cat liked to play “fetch” when we tossed a rubber bug across the

during this time of year, it feels ous and sel ess. Although not room for her to grab and bring back.

like a time when we are all a religious text, Charles Dick- Another fun gift was the Spirograph set. It included an assort-

united by feelings of goodwill and charity toward ens’ A Christmas Carol, captured this essential ment of stencils in di erent geometric shapes to spin around using

one another. As for me, I was raised in a Roman element. Ebenezer Scrooge, forced to see the colored pens to create elaborate designs on paper. My brother and I

Catholic household. As a youth, I was captivated results of his unrepentant sel shness, experiences shared this and really enjoyed the endless design possibilities.

by the anticipation of Santa’s visit and the toys an existential epiphany, which turns him into a We did receive one or two new board games each year which

he left behind as well as the wondrous Christmas generous and sel ess humanitarian. In a world would have been fun except that my mom and dad were not partic-

Day celebration with family and friends. Later in dominated by this sentiment, children would ularly interested in playing board games and my brother de nitely

life, as a dad, my greatest joy my was witnessing never go to bed hungry or be separated from preferred playing with his Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots and other

the happiness on my boys’ faces as they awoke on their parents, nor would anyone be deprived of more active toys. I had to wait for a school friend to come over to

Christmas morning. But the spirit of the holiday healthcare because of a lack of funds. I was truly actually get to play Sorry and Life and Monopoly.

season is so much more. moved when I learned, after my dad had passed, Over the years, a few gifts I received would have t right in on

e truth is that the Holiday spirit has di er- that he would feed six less fortunate families the island of Mis t Toys. at was the place where odd or broken

ent meanings to di erent individuals. In a secular anonymously every Christmas. He understood toys lived in the animated TV version of Rudolph the Red Nosed

sense, it is a time to celebrate, give thanks and the true meaning of the holiday. Reindeer. As a very little girl, I loved playing with dolls. I had baby

rejoice in our spiritual and material good fortune. e Holiday Spirit sees all human beings dolls and Barbie dolls and paper dolls and tiny doll house dolls. But

For Christians, it is an opportunity to grasp the as worthwhile, without regard to their origin, some well-meaning relative sent me a large bride doll dressed in a

religious signi cance of the day. As Pope Fran- religion, sexual identity, race, or language. It never long white lace gown. e doll had little dangling earrings and a

cis once proclaimed, “let us open our hearts to ceases to amaze me how many among us can tiara and veil. What kind of toy is that? Where’s the groom? Was

receive the grace of this day, which is Christ him- trumpet “Merry Christmas,” “Happy Hanuk- she jilted at the altar?

self. Jesus is the radiant “day” which has dawned kah” or “Happy Holidays” with one breath, then Another bizarre doll that I received was called Hedda Get

on the horizon of humanity.” spout hateful and divisive rhetoric with the next. Bedda. Hedda was dressed in pajamas and came with a hospital bed

Transcending his Christian audience, omas If there ever was a time to embrace all of human- and a thermometer. Her body was soft but her head was made of

S. Monson says, “our celebration of Christmas kind, especially people who are di erent from us, hard plastic and covered in a hard plastic white cap. You turned the

should be a re ection of love and sel essness… it is now. plastic pom-pom on the top of her head to see her three di erent

giving, not getting, brings to full bloom the A person who has done exactly that is Dr. faces. (I am not kidding – you can Google it.) Hedda’s three faces

Christmas spirit. We feel more kindly one to William Barber II. I see the true Holiday Spirit included sleeping, smiling or a face covered in red dots – measles?

another. We reach out in love to help those less exhibited in his writings and his life’s work. For Scarlet fever? Chicken pox? Not my idea of a fun doll to play with.

fortunate. Our hearts are softened. Enemies are him, faith, hope and charity are not merely pleas- Receiving a dud toy was a rare glitch in our family. I have fond

forgiven… e spirit of Christmas illuminates the ant sentiments, but rather a solemn call to action. memories of unwrapping my new diary, annel pajamas, dolls,

picture window of the soul, and we look out upon I rst learned about Dr. Barber II after the pub- books and toys each year. I can still recall being tucked into bed

the world’s busy life and become more interested lication of his book, e ird Reconstruction: upstairs on Christmas Eve and listening for the sounds of Mom,

in people than in things…” How a Moral Movement is Overcoming the I mean Santa, wrapping gifts and tearing o pieces of scotch tape

e Holiday Spirit is that magical connection Politics of Division and Fear. In this insightful late into the night. Happy Holidays!

that existed on Christmas day in 1914 when work, he suggests that it’s time for us to reset our

soldiers in combat lay down their arms, left their SEE MARTORANO PAGE 11 Kim Kovach encourages everyone to cherish fun, happy holiday memories.
trenches, and shared a day of peace and joy. ese

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e holiday car trip… and how to deal

STRONG Dear Grandma and Grandpa, clothes you’ll be taking, where everyone will be doing in the car what they want to do on the trip.
LEARNING Maggie’s intentions are good, to eat, how long to drive before during those long hours. If grandparents are going along,
stopping to stretch, be sure
DR. LINDA but not necessarily realistic. De- to take time out to plan what Sit down as a family and talk SEE DR. LINDA PAGE 11
SILBERT pending on your grandchildren’s about the trip. Ask the children
ages and personalities, it would
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No. Sometimes, it was awful.
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too much screen time can be dan- kids were poking and pushing
gerous, but isn’t a long car trip the each other until someone ended
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DR. LINDA be playing on smartphones or watching a go on a family trip together. When parents cause that’s what she wanted. If you want
movie, talk about the length of time that argue, “It’s my car so here are the rules,” everyone, young and old, to get through a
FROM PAGE 9 will be spent doing so. Also, talk about as Maggie did, or “When I’m paying for long car trip, without too many negative
the fact that they may have to stop in the the trip, I decide,” (also referred to as the repercussions, then everyone must be part
be sure they put in their two cents. For middle of a game or movie to go eat.Talk golden handcu s), the consequences in the of the planning.
example, does everyone want the trip to about the fact that they may have to nish future may not turn out that great. Kids go
be “alone time” where everyone is sit- the game or movie later in the trip.Talk along with everything up to a point. But if Happy planning,
ting with headphones and playing their about how each one will deal with that. the experience isn’t that positive, or if it’s Dr. Linda
own video games or watching their own downright unpleasant, they may not want
movie? Or does everyone want a family In other words, the key is what I call to go on trips with you when they’re older. Dr. Linda is co-author of “Building
car trip of singing together and playing the “3 Cs”—communicate, compromise Strong Students, Emotionally, Socially
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Sadly, despite the righteousness of their cause, their e orts have
failed to awaken the moral consciousness of our nation. We are
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never thought I would see the day when people, who purport to
be our leaders, are embracing white nationalists, who freely spout
their racist and hateful rhetoric. And yet, here we are. I would have
thought we were better than that.

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meaning of the season; that we discard the profane, the material
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e thanks that keeps on giving

It’s two weeks after anks- something like that to be thank- MAN did nothing. In fact, I always online of somebody bragging
giving and the holiday is still ful for. I’m not religious, and I OVERBOARD had a cat who never always about their cranberry sauce, and I
fresh in my mind. I wish it thank god that I live in a country didn’t not do something. e was appalled at what I witnessed,
were the same in my refrigerator. where I don’t have to thank god RICK turkey also sits around all day a bunch of little cherry-looking
An actual fortnight of leftovers if I don’t want to. MELÉN and does nothing, I don’t have things swimming around in a
has me digging deep into the to change the litter box, I bet I red liquid. You call that cranberry
icebox for something that hasn’t By the way, have you ever seen if my neighbor Paul was one of could train it to do more things sauce? If you’re too lazy to go out
been there long enough to have Plymouth Rock? My wife and the Pilgrims, and he wanted to than the cat does, and when I and buy a real can of cranberry
it’s own birthday party. I took a trip to Massachusetts build a deck, and Plymouth Rock get hungry, I eat it. Now you tell sauce, you just don’t understand
one year so we could see Plym- was in his back yard, it would be me who is the better pet.
Is this what they had in mind outh Rock, which I think I must washing up on shore all over the anksgiving. I like to coax it
In the 1600s at Plymouth, when have confused with the Rock of Atlantic Seaboard. I try not to go into the kitchen gently out of the can in a perfect
the rst anksgivings were Gibraltar. is Plymouth Rock is while people are cooking because cylinder so that you can read
documented? Back then the a 2’ by 4’ boulder that if you ran e holiday itself is quite I don’t want to ever nd out what “Ocean Spray” on it.
celebration was part religious over with your SUV you’d say, pleasant, as long as you can avoid giblets are, but I wandered in by
holiday, part harvest festival. A “Jeez, I think we ran over some- talking about anything. A couple mistake and I saw a package that After dinner we call all the
particular anksgiving in 1621 thing,” and then keep on going of my sisters come over, I have said “Birds Eye” on it. “OH MY relatives that aren’t here, and we
was described by an Edward so you can get to the hotel before plenty of them to go around, and GOD! What are you feeding all talk into the speaker phone at
Winslow, who talks of the harvest they stop serving lunch. My my wife cooks a great dinner. these people?” I don’t want those the same time, then go, “What
coming in well (except for the neighbor Paul is always telling me She told me she had to thaw out things peering up at me while I’m did you say?” en we all go,
peas, which sucked that year), how he had to blow up a bunch this turkey for four days before trying to eat dessert. I also think “You go rst,” but we don’t hear
and invited a number of Indians, of rocks with sticks of dynamite it’s weird that you scoop out that because we all said it at the
who had helped them through behind his house so he could anksgiving, meaning that parts of a turkey and stu it with same time, and it’s easy to see
a particularly di cult winter, to sink footings for his deck. I told at this point the turkey almost something called “stu ng.” It is why those relatives are not here.
share in the feast. No matter what him you’d better be careful when quali es as a pet. I once had a cat literally a stu ed animal at this Sometimes the relatives, rightly,
color you are, religious a liation you make plans like that because that just sat around all day and point. My wife told me to prepare don’t pick up the phone at all, so
you have or political party you they could blow up in your face. the cranberry sauce, which is we leave a message, all talking
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I found a plastic box with
something in it that I couldn’t
put my nger on, at least not
without contracting a food-
borne illness. I wanted to take
it in for a DNA test to deter-
mine exactly what it was, but if
it turned out that it murdered
somebody in Cincinnati I didn’t
want to get involved. My wife
said, “Hmm.. I think that’s from
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and you can gure out exactly
what happened during the Pleis-
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I assume they’re peas?” I asked.
“ at’s corn,” she said. “ ese
brown things, I assume they’re
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Lakeland and Yorktown

VarRsitoyunduptourney finalists in girls hoops
Yorktown’s Finateri wins 100th-career match 12/3-12/9


Lakeland Girls
Basketball (2-1)

Tuesday, Dec. 3
Lakeland opened their season

with a 45-38 triumph against
Nyack, led by Tyler Hormaza-
bal (16 points), Hannah Devane
(11 points), and Amanda Cole (6
points, 9 rebounds).

“It was de nitely a team e ort
for the entire game,”Hormazabal
said. “I thought we played really
good defense and we really tried
to pressure them by attacking the
basket. I thought we spread the
ball around really well too.”


Friday, Dec. 6

Lakeland earned a 71-65 vic-

tory against visiting Carmel in

the opening round of the Relay

for Life Tournament at Lakeland

High School.

e Hornets were led by Dev-

ane (21 points), Hormazabal

(16 points), So a Portante (11

points) and Cole (10 points, 14


“I feel the reasons for our big

win [Friday] were that we played

as a team, defended well, ran the
oor, and hit our foul shots,” Ashley Zeolla

Devane said. “My teammates

also hit some big 3-pointers, ball Tournament, with a 50-29 the championship game of the PHOTOS: BOB CASTNER/CASTNERPHOTO.NET
which helped us seal our win.” victory against visiting Beacon. tournament, paced by Severino Yorktown’s Melissa Severino was named to the George Budries All-
Yorktown, up 23-18 at half- (16 points), an All-Tournament Tournament team.

LAKELAND 35 VS. PUTNAM time, went on a 19-3 run over selection, Zeolla (9 points, 6 re- BYSNS Hockey (2-3) BYSNS 6 RIVERTOWN 5
VALLEY 44 an 11:24 span to start the second bounds), Jesse Barer (4 rebounds,

Saturday, Dec. 7 half, to go up 42-21, to seal the 3 steals) and Emily Ward (4 Saturday, Dec. 7 (Westchester

Host Lakeland lost to Put- victory. points, 5 rebounds). BYSNS 0 SCARSDALE 10 Skating Academy, Elmsford)

nam Valley in the championship “We kept the ball under control For Ward, they were her rst Wednesday, Dec. 4 (Murray’s FrankieVigiletti (1G,2A),Sava

game of the tournament, 44-35, on o ense and pressured them on varsity points. Skating Center, Yonkers) Makarenko (2G), Carson Brunco

with the Hornets being led by defense,”Yorktown’s Ashley Zeo- “I’m not big on moral victories e BYSNS (pronounced (1G, 1A), Tommy Eberhardt

Portante (13 points, 6 rebounds), lla said of that run. “Overall we or anything; a loss is a loss,” said “Bisons”) were blanked by (1G, 1A), Alex Helyukh (1G),

who was named to the All-Tour- played very smart and worked to- Yorktown coach Brian Mundy. Scarsdale 10-0. Jonathan Graham (1A), Connor

nament team, and Devane (11 gether on both sides of the court.” “But that 10-point loss came to Matt Gergley recorded 20 Brooks (1A), Brien Suchanek

points). e Huskers were led by Zeo- a very good Class AA Monroe- saves and Hawken Hellebo reg- (1A) and Hawken Hellebo (30

Yorktown Girls lla (21 points, 10 rebounds, 2 Woodbury team that is going istered 4 saves for the BYSNS. saves) propelled the BYSNS to a

blocks, 2 steals), Melissa Severino to make some noise in Section 6-5 win over Rivertown (Sleepy

Basketball (1-1) (15 points, 8 rebounds, 3 steals), 9. Our girls played so aggres- BYSNS 0 VS. JOHN JAY CROSS Hollow, Irvington, Ossining,

and Alyssa Perrino (6 points, 10 sive defensively and that is going RIVER 7 Ardsley and the Le ell School).

rebounds). to keep us in a lot of games this Friday, Dec. 6 (Brewster Ice “We are relentless and on top

YORKTOWN 50 VS. BEACON 29 season. ey work extremely hard Arena, Brewster) of that we desperately needed a

Thursday, Dec. 5 YORKTOWN 37 VS. MONROE in practice, they understand how e BYSNS fell to visiting win,” said Yorktown sophomore

Yorktown started their season WOODBURY 47 important it is to defend, and John Jay (Cross River), 7-0, at the Sava Makarenko. “ e combina-

by winning a rst-round game in Saturday, Dec. 7 their grittiness is going to carry Brewster Ice Arena, with Matt tion of those two made victory

the 23rd annual George Budries Yorktown lost to visiting them this season.” Gergley tallying 30 saves. SEE ROUNDUP PAGE 17
Boys & Girls Memorial Basket- Monroe-Woodbury 47-37, in

Thursday, December 12, 2019 SPORTS Yorktown News – Page 17



inevitable. Now our eyes are on Rye this
Wednesday (Dec. 11).”

Lakeland/Panas Hockey

Editor’s Note: The results of Lakeland/
Panas’ Nov. 27 and 30 games were mistak-
enly left out of last week’s edition.


Wednesday, Nov. 27
Aaron Hathaway (20 saves), Joseph
Jimenez (1G), and Jack Tuite (1A), pro-
duced in the Rebels’ 8-1 loss in their season
and invitational opener to Horace Greeley
on Nov. 27.

LAKELAND/PANAS 3 VS. CLARKSTOWN 2 Alex Helyukh of the BYSNS Matt Mancuso looks to clear the puck against John Jay. PHOTOS: ROB DIANTONIO
Saturday, Nov. 30
Tuite’s goal, with an assist from Andrew “ is win de nitely means a lot to us,” way registering 20 saves for the Rebels. Woodbury, 7-5, at the Ice Time Sports
Tuite said. “Coming from behind and get- Complex in Newburgh, spoiling the Cru-
Dzubak, with 10 minutes remaining in the ting a win after a tough rst loss is a huge LAKELAND/PANAS 7 MONROE saders’ home opener.
third period, broke a 2-2 tie and gave the con dence booster for all of us. I think it WOODBURY 5
Rebels’ their rst win of the season, 3-2 will propel us forward in our next game to SEE ROUNDUP PAGE 18
against Clarkstown on Nov. 30, in their sec- go out and get another win.” Friday, Dec. 6
ond game in the invitational. Lakeland/Panas defeated Monroe-
P.J. Kowal and Dzubak also scored, with
“I was anticipating the puck to come Fox Perelson tallying an assist, and Hatha-
around the boards to their man, but Andrew
Dzubak put really good pressure on their de-
fensemen, causing Clarkstown defensemen
to cough the puck up,” Tuite said. “Andrew
then slid it out in front and I went over and
was able to bury it in the top right corner.”

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ROUNDUP YORKTOWN 24 JOHN JAY of Pisani’s victories coming by
CROSS RIVER 63 pins.

Wednesday, Dec. 4 Finateri (120), Sinagra (170),

“We changed up the lines a e Huskers fell 63-24 to John and Cermele (220), each nished

bit, starting clicking, and getting Jay (Cross River) in their second 4-1.

the big goals we needed, at the match of the day in the Section 1 Yorktown will host its own

big moments we needed them,” Dual Meet, with Finateri (132), dual-meet tournament at 4 p.m.

Jimenez said. Pisani (138), Christian Sinagra Friday, Dec. 13, and 9 a.m. Satur-

Jimenez (3G,2A), Dzubak (2G, (170), and Cermele (285), all re- day, Dec. 14.

1A), Tuite (1G, 2A), Kowal (1G, cording pins. Lakeland/Panas
2A), Brendan Morea (1A), and For Finateri, his pin earned the

Hathaway (30 saves), all contrib- senior his 100th-career victory. Wrestling (1-1)

uted to the Rebels’ victory. “It meant a lot to me because

it really showed me how far I’ve

LAKELAND/PANAS 2 come with success in wrestling,” LAKELAND/PANAS 12 VS. NEW

CARMEL 7 said Finateri, a ve-year varsity ROCHELLE 69

Sunday, Dec. 8 wrestler. “I think my constant Wednesday, Dec. 4

Lakeland/Panas lost to Carmel, hard work and time that I’ve put Lakeland/Panas fell in their

7-2, at the Brewster Ice Arena, into the sport with the help of my opener to visiting New Rochelle,

with the Rebels led by Tuite (1G, coaches are what really got me to 69-12, in the Section 1 Dual

1A), AJ Knopf (1G), Jimenez 100 wins.” meet at Walter Panas.

(1A), Hathaway (16 saves) and Yorktown coach Eric Fama said Joshua Frogel (forfeit, 99), Gio

Anthony Colasanti (5 saves). that Finateri winning his 100th- Russo (4-0 decision, 120) and

Yorktown Wrestling career match gives the younger Austin Bergen (3-1 decision,
wrestlers something to aim for. 132), got into the win column for

(3-4) “It’s great for the program,” the Rebels.
Fama said. “It shows the younger

guys how hard work pays o .” LAKELAND/PANAS 45 VS.



Wednesday, Dec. 4 MEMORIAL DUAL MEET In its second match of the

Yorktown defeated John Jay TOURNEY day in the Section 1 Dual Meet,

(East Fishkill), 49-25, in the Saturday, Dec. 7 Lakeland/Panas rebounded from

Section 1 Dual meet at John Jay Yorktown took sixth place in its loss to New Rochelle, with a FILE PHOTO/ROB DIANTONIO

(Cross River). the 10-team Michael Nardone huge 45-42 triumph against vis- Husker Andrew Finateri recorded his 100th win.
Recording wins for the Huskers Memorial Dual Meet Tourna- iting Harrison.

in their season opener were Joseph ment at Ossining. “It was very important that

Tornambe (pin,99 pounds),Nico- e Huskers nished 2-3 as a we rebounded,” Lakeland/Panas’ (10-3 decision, 195) and Charlie Aidan Welcome (10 points).

las Carducci (forfeit, 106), Chris team, with wins against Hendrick Nicolas DeSantis said. “If we lost Dubrawski (pin, 220) earned vic-

Cahan (decision, 120), Andrew Hudson (46-33) and Ossining that match, then the team’s spirit tories for the Rebels. LAKELAND 38 VS.

Finateri (pin, 126), Marc Pisani (53-30) and losses to Clarkstown would be down and no one would Lakeland Boys TAPPAN ZEE 63
(major decision, 132), Dean Pa- North (42-43), Fox Lane (20-63) have motivation to do anything.” Saturday, Dec. 7

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(132), both went 5-0, with all ve (pin, 182), Connor McGannon ARLINGTON 84 one of Section 1’s best for awhile,

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Peter Spallone runs in TRACK AND FIELD
the 55-meter dash.
Yorktown hosts ‘Big Chill’ Relays
Nazjai Earle runs in
the 55-meter dash. BY MIKE SABINI Croton-Harmon, Kennedy Catholic, (7 feet, 8 inches).

PHOTOS: BRIAN MARSCHHAUSER CONTRIBUTING WRITER Pelham, Somers, and Archbishop St- Noelle Smith, Nazjai Earle, Isabel-

epinac. la Torres and Charlotte Constantine

It was 31 degrees at the start of “I started the Big Chill Relays also placed second in the 800-meter

Saturday’s aptly named “Big Chill back in the late ’80s and this was the relay (2 minutes, 18.1 seconds).

Relays,” an outdoor event hosted an- 32nd year of the meet,” said York- As for Yorktown’s boys squad, Aar-

nually by Yorktown High School that town coach Keith Smith. “It is the on McGirr placed rst in the 55-me-

kicks o the winter track and eld rst meet of the season and it gives ter dash (6.8 seconds) with Pouya

season. the teams a chance to see where their Pakkhesal also taking home the gold

Participating in this year’s event team is and introduce the younger in the 55-meter hurdles (8.25 sec-

along with Yorktown were Ardsley, runners to their rst competition. e onds).

meet also has a special allure Alexander Olener earned second

and uniqueness, being one of place in the 55-meter hurdles (9.19

the only meets held outside seconds) with McGirr and Joe Ra-

during the winter season. It guso earning rst-place in the long

is a meet that the athletes and jump-relay (36 feet, 4.75 inches).

coaches will remember for a Dylan Costello, Andrew Pfeifer

long time.” and Kenneth Reinkraut (shot-put re-

Yorktown got their season lay, 73 feet, 10.25 inches); Colin Mc-

o on the right foot, with Carthy, William McCarthy, Rolando

their athletes braving the cold Turcios and Patrick Ryan (distance-

temperature and excelling on medley relay, 13 minutes, 7.6 sec-

the track. onds); and Colin McCarthy, William

One of the Huskers on the McCarthy, Chris Buckenberger and

girls side who stood out was James Boylan (1,600-meter relay, 4

Amber omas, who took minutes, 30 seconds), all placed sec-

rst in 55-meter hurdles with ond in their respective events.

a time of 10.7 seconds. “I was very happy with our per-

Ashley Dobransky and Sa- formances at the Big Chill Relays,”

sha Soc earned a rst-place Smith said. “We have a lot of young

nish in the shot-put relay runners who performed very well.

(53 feet, 4.25 inches) while Also, our seniors who ran in their -

Regan Mooney and Soc were nal Big Chill had a great day. It was

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the foul trouble really hurt us af- ing a lot. ey were getting to losing our momentum, so I just (8 points), Faivre (7 points) and

ter that. ey made a lot of free the foul line,” Pavella said. “We tried to score as much as I can, Coles (4 points, 6 assists).

just going up as hard as I can. If I throws.” weren’t keeping guys in front of to bring our team back in the “We didn’t want to go 0-3, so

get fouled, I get fouled. If I miss, Granitto being a monster on us, defensively.” game,” Brucaj said. we came out with a lot of energy

ne. I was just playing as hard as the glass was a big reason for the Brucaj attempted to keep Yor- Roni Brucaj (9 points, 5 re- and overall moved the ball much

I can.” Huskers’ rst-half success. ktown in it, with a basket pull- bounds), Matt Mahoney (6 better today,” Eddie Brucaj said.

Brucaj and junior teammate, “Tony was just very aggressive,” ing the Huskers to within eight points), Antoine Coles (4 points), Yorktown (1-2) started its

forward Tony Granitto, were Pavella said. “He is our energy of the Panas’ lead, 53-45, early in Jared Faivre (2 points), Sam Pin- season on Dec. 3, nearly rallying

certainly giving all-out e ort, as guy, so he got 10 rebounds in the the fourth quarter. cus (2 points) and Rob Miller from a 42-27 de cit, but fell at

each shared team-high honors in rst half, I think. at really set “I thought we were always in (2 points), also earned their way Fox Lane, 51-49.

points, garnering 16 apiece, with the tone early on for us.” the game because we have shoot- into the Huskers’ box score. Granitto (14 points, 3 re-

Brucaj also grabbing 12 rebounds Panas, however, garnered con- ers on our team and Eddie can Yorktown nished the tour- bounds), Roni Brucaj (11 points,

and Granitto adding 11 boards. trol of the game by answering obviously nish inside, so we are nament a day later in the con- 3 rebounds, 2 assists), Eddie Bru-

“Last year, we were really close, with a 27-8 run, which put them going to ght to the very end, the solation game, beating visiting caj (6 points, 7 rebounds), and

so I guess we just have the chem- up 51-40 at the end of the third last second,” Pavella said. Carmel, 68-40, led by Eddie Pincus (6 points, 3 rebounds),

istry,” Brucaj said of their time quarter. Brucaj scored almost half of his Brucaj (16 points, 6 rebounds), led the Huskers in their season

playing on the JV team. “We let their shooters get points, 7, in the nal quarter. Granitto (10 points, 6 rebounds), opener.

e play of Brucaj and Gran- loose, they were hitting threes, “Probably because it was at the Roni Brucaj (10 points, 4 as-

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