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Your Pickleball Tournament Winners

Martin and Gary (pictured) are this weekend’s pickleball tournament winners, when they bounced Alan and Steve 15-9 in the championship game. They took home the prize of $200, special thanks to everyone who helped coordinate the event along with all our participants. Our next tournament will be on August 4th, reserve your spot today!
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Sacco’s Snippet July

July is here again and the summer is in full swing with a few detours and special events. A celebration of our Great Nation getting another year older and the barbecue grill moving at warp speed. Vacations, cruises, our national pastime in full swing (no pun intended) and Hockey camp is ready to rock as...
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Brooklyn Pharaohs Reign Supreme

The Brooklyn Pharaohs (7-2) have taken their rightful place on the throne after dismantling the Long Island Ravens (6-3) hopes at the Triboro Football League Championship last Saturday. The TFL Championship game was not short of drama as the Long Island Ravens were merely a yard shy from running away with it after Qua Repass...
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Aviator Sports Athlete Spotlight

Aviator Sport’s gymnastics had a successful season and inspiring class exhibitions. These young gymnasts not only exhibit their athletic abilities but also their selflessness. The Team Parent’s Organization holds a 50/50 raffle each session that helps raise money to purchase equipment for both the class and team programs. This years raffle winner was Madison Barbara, who...
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June’s The Tune For Sacco’s Snippet

By: John Sacco …30 days hath September, April, June and November All the rest have 31 excepting February alone And that has 28 days clear and 29 in each leap year…. So, says the old adage which delivers us to the sixth month of the year and second month to have thirty days. Included somewhere...
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Sacco’s Snippets May 2018

May! Yes it is although the sky, rain and fog tell a different story from what we are enjoying. Generally the first of the month was a swear-fest complete with the panic of washing the window screens and the windows. Getting the Air conditioners ready for the heat that will most certainly bestow itself upon...
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Letter to Humboldt

Deepest condolences go out to the family and friends of the Humboldt Broncos Junior Hockey team and the city of Humboldt at large. A tragedy like this is devastating and is felt not only in the city but throughout the hockey community and anybody who’s afraid to lose someone close to them. The unity and...
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Sacco’s Snippets April 2018

“The coldest winter I ever saw was the summer I spent in San Francisco.” Was a quote by Mark Twain, but should be credited as, “The coldest winter I ever saw was the spring I spent in Brooklyn”. Spring has, well kind of, sprung yet I am still wearing long-sleeve shirts and winter jackets. The heat is on...
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Aviator NCAA Hockey Commitments

First things first, we want to congratulate our Premier team on a successful season. The next step in these young bright individuals heading towards college and a future packed out with potential. Here are the confirmed commitments of Aviator’s Alumni who we have no doubt will represent us well on their journey. We will update...
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