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February 8, 2018
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A tale of two groundhogs: Will spring come early? A2 Tuscany market supplies vets with football feast A3 Miller Place Duck Pond may get cleanup funding A4 Rocky Point firehouse set for rebuild this June A5
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The snowflakes stopped falling moments before Brookhaven’s famous groundhog offered this year’s prediction — it was a good omen of what is to come. More than 100 residents cheered as the famed Town of Brookhaven groundhog, Holtsville Hal, did not see his shadow, an indicator that spring would come early this year. Conversely, Malverne Mel saw his shadow, calling for six more weeks of winter. Their more famous relative, Punxsutawney Phil, agreed with Mel while perched on a stump in his home state of Pennsylvania. Staten Island Chuck went the way of Hal. Town Highway Superintendent Dan Losquadro (R) was keeping his fingers crossed for an early spring. “I’m happy,” he said. “We love winter here on Long Island. We love the kids to be able to play in the snow, but we don’t want winter to last any longer than it has to.” Hal made his 22nd annual Groundhog Day prediction at the Wildlife and Ecology Center Animal Preserve in Holtsville at 7:25 a.m., as per tradition, according to the master of ceremonies Wayne Carrington. Tradition says that if Hal — or, as he’s known in the town as a throwback to the classic Bill Murray movie “Groundhog Day,” the Great Prognosticator of Prognosticators — sees his shadow when he wakes from hibernation, the community is in for six more weeks of winter. “So he exited the ground, not a creature was stirring and not a shadow was found,”
read Losquadro from a large scroll to the cheers of onlookers. “I cannot tell a lie, my prediction so accurate does not come from the sky. I saw what I saw in a blink of an eye.” Those who attended were treated to free hot cocoa to warm up and celebrate the good news. Both Losquadro and Carrington asked residents to make donations to the ecology center to help support care for its animals and programs. “I don’t know what to wear anymore,” said Carrington. “Mr. Weatherman, and weathermen across the universe, please listen to the groundhog today. Listen to the groundhog, please make it so I know what to wear.” For more information about Holtsville Hal, visit his website www.holtsvillehal.org. See page B26 for more photos from the Holtsville ecology site event.
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‘I have a gifted life, I’m doing well right now. To see people [in need] who put their lives on the line and did their time, it’s not right.’ — Tommy O’Grady right on it in two seconds,” the chairman said. “I was so embarrassed to call him back and tell him there’d been a change of plans, but when Robert went in to sit with him after the vet relocations he still said, ‘I’ve got everything.’ They were stunned — they literally had tears in their eyes. They couldn’t believe how generous he was going to be. That’s a hell of a donation.” Cornicelli, who served in the United States Army from 1986 to 1994 and r turned as a captain until his retirement from the reserves in November 2017, has provided meals
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On the day of the big game, Tommy O’Grady was the real patriot. The owner of Miller Place’s Tuscany Gourmet Market donated food for 107 local veterans to make sure the servicemen and women could enjoy Super Bowl LII. Original plans were to prepare a feast for 40 veterans at the VA Northport Beacon House Homeless Shelter through Veterans For A More Responsive Government, a nonprofit working to increase the public’s awareness of harassment and mistreatment of disabled U.S. veterans. Pipes burst at the Beacon House Jan. 12, according to Todd Goodman, spokesman for Northport VAMC, and the veterans were split up and moved to nine different homes after making plans to watch the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots duke it out. When O’Grady was approached with the change of plans, he didn’t hesitate to alter his. “I have a gifted life, I’m doing well right now. To see people [in need] who put their lives on the line and did their time, it’s not right,” O’Grady said. “For me, to give this to them, it’s the only way to say ‘Thank you.’” O’Grady had been connected with Robert Cornicelli, founder of the veterans nonprofit group, through his childhood friend and Suffolk County Republican Committee Chairman John Jay LaValle. The two grew up in Centereach together, and when LaValle was approached by Cornicelli asking first for help stretching his $540 into food for 40, he knew who to call. “Tommy is the type of guy I’m almost afraid to talk in front of because God forbid you mention somebody is in need, he jumps
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A local ecosystem needs saving. The Miller Place Duck Pond — located at the intersection of North Country Road and Rocky Point Landing Road — is too low, looks dirty in the summertime and appears to be invaded by destructive species. Those are some of the complaints residents have made to Tom Carrano, Brookhaven Town’s assistant waterways management supervisor, who has been monitoring the pond with his team in recent years, determining that the concerns are valid. The small but vibrant pool of water, which sits across from Laddie A. Decker Sound Beach School and has long served as an educational tool for its teachers, has been found to be overrun with a multitude of plant species not native to Long Island, some identified and some not, which Carrano said have the potential to “wreak real havoc.” The pond currently contains water lilies, plants that thrive in areas of high nitrogen loading and sedimentation, and, possibly, Caboma and watermilfoils — plants whose root systems are known to threaten the quality of fresh waters, greatly affecting swimming and fishing. Because of these findings, the town board recently submitted a grant application to the Suffolk County Water Quality Protection and Restoration Program as well as the Stewardship Initiative in hopes of acquiring funds to eradicate the invasive species and restore and maintain the health of the water. “We’re just hoping to make this little ecosystem — which is very special to the community — better than it is today,” Carrano said. “There aren’t that many areas left where local amphibians and reptiles can go on the North Shore, so these small systems are extremely important.” The restoration, of which the projected cost is $240,000 with a $120,000 town match, will include dredging the pond to remove excess sediments and all invasive plant matter and using the highway department’s Vortechs unit — a hydrodynamic separator that “combines swirl concentration and flow controls into a shallow treatment unit and retains trash, debris, sediment and hydrocarbons” — to reduce stormwater runoff and filter clean water from natural wetlands. If the grant is received, Carrano said he expects work would begin in the summer of 2019.
A grant would help pay for dredging of Miller Place Duck Pond, above, which has been contaminated by nonnative fish and plants being dumped into it, warned against on a sign by the pond, below left. “We have a very comprehensive plan that we’ve worked on and we’d like to go after some grant funding to go and take care of it,” Councilwoman Jane Bonner (C-Rocky Point) said. “We’re taking it piece by piece. We know we can do the dredging in-house, because we’ve done so in the past.” Bonner said the pond was dredged and invasive species were taken out in the 1980s, but said the problem is, over time, people dump their own fish into the water. “[Dumping] what’s in their own fish tanks, such as plants, and they’re not native to the Island,” she said. “Birds drop seeds, animals drop seeds and then you have invasives. The grant funds will go toward bringing the pond back to where it was.” Carrano said by installing the Vortechs unit and creating a cleaner water filter, he is confident it would stop all sediments from entering the water again, eliminating the need to have to worry about dredging the pond for a “very long time after this.” Although the wetland is outside of his district, state Assemblyman Steve Englebright (D-Setauket) spoke highly of the plan to save it, calling the pond “a crown jewel” in the Miller Place community. “This is a very important water body simply because it anchors one end of the historic district in Miller Place and is, visually, critically important to the sense of place for that whole area,” the assemblyman said, noting insects reproduce in the water, and it attracts birds, reptiles and local wildlife. “We don’t have many ponds on Long Island on an overall landscape basis and open freshwater bodies are extremely rare, so I would strongly support the idea of restoring it.” He did, however, warn dredging too deep with a perched pond like this runs the risk of taking away the clay base that holds the water. “That would not be good,” Englebright said. “So, while dredging makes sense, it also makes sense to try to restore the pond to a shallow depth rather than gauging down deeper, which could be dangerous.”
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FIRE Rocky Point closer to constructing new firehouse BY KEVIN REDDING KEVIN@TBRNEWSMEDIA.COM With an extra push from the town, Rocky Point Fire District is setting its sights on early June to begin construction of a more durable and up-to-date firehouse in the footprint of its existing one at 90 King Road. The $8.5 million project, approved by the public in a vote in August 2017, also includes the acquisition of a new aerial ladder truck. During the Jan. 25 Town of Brookhaven board meeting, council members voted to waive the project’s site plan requirements and building fees, turning an administrative review over to its Department of Planning, Environment and Land Management instead of outside engineers. This reduces the overall cost to taxpayers and speeds up the “shovel in the ground” process, according to fire district officials. “Every little bit helps,” said Rocky Point Fire District Vice Chairman Kirk Johnson, who was unable to provide the exact costs the fire district would be saving at this time. “It’s not astronomical, but there are significant costs, and those things add up.” Fire district officials have been working alongside architect group Hawkins Webb Jaeger since last year to fine-tune the design
of the new firehouse — which the project’s architect said will be made of natural stone as opposed to brick; consist of pitched roofs and a hidden flat roof for storage of mechanical equipment; and include a spacious meeting room as well as a “ready room” for responders, who currently have to put on their gear in the way of incoming and outgoing fire trucks. The building will also be up to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design standards, the most widely used green building rating system in the world; include energyefficient LED lights; and be equipped with better, more cost-efficient heating and cooling systems. It was designed to have a “more residential feel” than the existing, decades-old building, according to Michael Russo, an associate architect — Jane Bonner at Hawkins Webb Jaeger. “We felt this would be the bookend to the north end of the Rocky Point business district and something that works well for the edge of a residential community and the end of a North Shore downtown center,” Russo said. Councilwoman Jane Bonner (C-Rocky Point) spoke of the benefits of the new design. “It’s a very modest firehouse, very traditional looking, and it will blend in nicely in the community and downtown,” she
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‘The fire district is very fiscally conservative, but the first responders don’t have room, they respond to an enormous amount of calls and the building isn’t very energy-efficient. This needs to be done.’
Plans for the new Rocky Point firehouse on King Road. Ground is scheduled to be broken in June. said. “The fire district is very fiscally conservative, but the first responders don’t have room, they respond to an enormous amount of calls and the building isn’t very energy-efficient. This needs to be done.” Russo and Johnson said upon breaking ground in June, they hope to complete construction of the new building’s apparatus bay by winter, so the fire vehicles can
or other structures due to the HVAC system, it will be repaired.” Continued from page A3 O’Grady said he wanted to donate the not-so-standard London broil and balsamic for veterans around the holidays for some chicken heroes, wings, salads and cookie time, but officially founded his nonprofit trays so that the money Cornicelli had raised, this year. A disabled veteran himself, he’s matched with a donation from LaValle’s Reundergone four back surgeries, knee surgery publican National Committee funds, could go and foot surgery, and said toward repairs. while his mission this time “Robert is passionate around was to make the about this, and I’m just party happen despite the backing him,” the Tuscany setback, he said he hopes a Market owner said. “We’re mindfulness for the needs making it all happen for of veterans emerges. him. We want to raise “The conditions at the awareness, so people can Beacon House are horrible,” come together to get this he said. “I took photos of home fixed.” moldy walls, ceilings. It’s Cornicelli teamed up disgusting.” with fellow St. James resiConversely, Goodman dents William Mountzousaid the pipe that burst in ros, a volunteer, and Allan Building II was in the bathFajardo, a veteran, to drop off the food at the various room of a structure originalveterans homes. Fajardo ly used as an administrative said he has been directly building, not residential, — John Jay LaValle affected by Cornicelli. The and was repaired quickly. Honduras native served He said heating upgrades in the Army from 1994 to were being made, which is 2016, and enlisted Cornicelli. He returned to why the vets were displaced. “The $1.1 million project to replace the the states a homeless veteran, and his friend HVAC system will be under construction opened his home to him, providing food and soon and completed in summer 2018,” he shelter. With the help of LaValle and former said. “[The pipe burst] played no factor and Smithtown Supervisor Pat Vecchio, Fajardo had no impact on the relocation of the vet- earned part-time jobs within Smithtown and erans. If there is any damage to the ceiling Brookhaven towns, eventually becoming an
‘If everyone did what Tommy did, there’d be a lot fewer problems in this world, that’s for sure — certainly there wouldn’t be any world hunger.’
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be stored and protected against freezing temperatures. During construction, fire district personnel will work out of portable trailers and possibly garages being offered up by community members. Johnson said he estimates the project will take up to a year to complete. The fire district will be going out to bid for contractors in the coming months.
Forty veterans were displaced after pipes burst at the VA Northport Beacon House Homeless Shelter. investigator for the Town of Islip. “It’s thanks to those guys that I’m here,” Fajardo said. “When I saw the work [Cornicelli] was doing I immediately hopped on board. It’s a great feeling helping out brothers and sisters in need.” LaValle said seeing the groups of “good guys” come together has been mental therapy for him. “It’s a tough world right now,” he said. “It’s a very hostile world at times. This is something that’s been really rewarding because you learn you may think you have it bad, and you may be whining about something, but it’s very true that there’s always someone out there who has it worse. Now I want to do more to help out.” He pointed to Cornicelli and O’Grady as prime examples of model citizens.
“If everyone did what Tommy did, there’d be a lot fewer problems in this world, that’s for sure — certainly there wouldn’t be any world hunger,” he said, laughing. “And what Robert is doing is absolutely wonderful, he deserves a lot of credit.” But on the day of the Super Bowl, Cornicelli called O’Grady the real hero, who donated much more than just heroes. “I never met the guy in my life, and he tells me he’s taking care of the whole thing — it’s unbelievable,” Cornicelli said. “He broke everything down to the exact amount needed to feed the veterans at each location, and it’s an amazing feeling when these guys’ eyes are wide open, saying, ‘This is what we’re getting?’ rather than bagged lunches. It’s refreshing to see guys helping out. Tommy, he’s one of the greatest patriots I’ve ever met.”
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LEGALS LEGAL NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR TRANSPORTATION OF PUPILS Miller Place Union Free School District 7 Memorial Drive, Miller Place, NY 11764 The Board of Education of the Miller Place Union Free School District hereby invites sealed proposals for providing transportation for 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 years commencing in the school year 2018-2019 for contracts for home-to-school transportation. Proposals should include pricing for supplying the necessary buses, drivers, equipment and services to perform transportation for approximately 21 full size buses to public or private schools. In the best interests of the District, the Board of Education reserves the right to award the transportation contracts for 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 year period. Future one-year or multiple-year contract extensions may be awarded at the discretion of the Board of Education. The award of multi-year contracts is subject to and is conditioned upon the approval of the Miller Place Union Free School District voters. The Request for Proposal, including forms for proposal, certification, conditions, and specifications may be obtained from the District’s Business Office, located at 7 Memorial Drive, New York 11764 between 9:00AM and 3:00PM, Monday through Friday, prior to the time and date specified below. In all cases, it must be understood that the conditions set forth in the Request for Proposals issued by the District will apply. Sealed proposals must be mailed or delivered to the Purchasing Agent, Miller Place Union Free School District, 7 Memorial Drive, New York 11764 and must be clearly marked “Request for Proposal: Student Transportation.” Proposals will be received until 2:00 PM on Tuesday, February 27, 2018. The Board of Education reserves the right to reject all proposals, waive any informalities in proposals, and to negotiate any portion of proposals. Any aspects of the service not addressed by the Specifications are left to the proposer to address. Alternatives to the Specifications or Additions to the Specifications are to be clearly identified by the proposer. Proposals for each transportation contract will be evaluated according to the following weighted criteria established by the District in accordance with Education Law § 305(14) and Section 156.12 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education: Category Description 1-A. Previous experience of Proposer in school bus transportation
Name of each additional transportation company in which Proposer is or has been a owner, principal or manager and the Proposer’s experience with same. 5.0
Descriptions of any Safety Programs implemented by Proposer. Include supporting documents in proposal Record of accidents in motor vehicles under the control of the Proposer for the past five (5) years, if applicable. List of Insurance runs and ratio of injury vs. physical damage.
Driving history of employees of the company and driving practices. Include abstracts and driving records. 7.5
Inspection records and model year of the motor vehicles under the control of Proposer (NYS DOT BUSNET score). Include BUSNET for ALL Nassau and Suffolk locations. 15.0
Maintenance schedule of the motor vehicles under the control of the Proposer. List programs and preventive maintenance programs implemented and followed. 7.5
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Financial analysis of Proposer. (Include financial statements) 5.0 Documentation of compliance with the state and local motor vehicle insurance and bonding requirements. Include insurance certificate. 5.0 Overall total cost of proposal over the period of time requested. 25.0 (Points will be awarded as a percentage of all Proposers.) Total = 100.00
A minimum score of 85 is required to be eligible for an award. The Commissioner of Education, in addition to her existing statutory authority to approve or disapprove transportation contracts, may reject any award of a transportation contract that is based on an evaluation of proposals submitted in response to a Request for Proposal if she finds that (1) the contractor is not responsive to the Request for Proposal; or (2) the Proposal is not in the best interests of the District. All proposals must remain open and binding upon the proposer for a period of 120 days following the time and date designated for the receipt of proposals and will thereafter remain firm. At the discretion of the District, security in the form of a bond or irrevocable letter of credit of not less than 10% of the total amount of the annual proposed cost, pledging that the Proposer will enter into a contract with the District on the terms stated in his/ her proposal, may be required to be submitted with a proposal. Board of Education Miller Place Union Free School District 112 020818 1x vbr
POLICE BLOTTER Incidents and arrests Feb. 1–5 Motorcycle stolen
A 42-year-old man from Coram allegedly stole a 1993 Suzuki motorcycle from a location on Montauk Highway in Moriches Jan. 14, according to police. He was arrested Feb. 2 in Port Jefferson Station and charged with fourth-degree grand larceny.
Fight with injury
While at a location on Patchogue Road in Port Jefferson Station March 17, 2017, at about 5 p.m., a 44-year-old man from Port Jefferson allegedly punched another man in the face, breaking his nose, according to police. He was arrested Feb. 2 in Port Jefferson and charged with third-degree assault.
Hit and run
On Feb. 1 at about 8 p.m., a 30-year-old man from Miller Place driving a 1999 Dodge allegedly backed into a 2015 Ford while on Honey Lane in Miller Place and fled the scene without exchanging insurance or contact information, according to police. He was arrested Feb. 4 and charged with leaving the scene of an accident with property damage.
A 28-year-old woman from Sound Beach was allegedly driving a 2004 Jeep on Miller Place Road in Miller Place at about 4 p.m. Feb. 4 with a suspended license, according to police. She was arrested and charged with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
Shoplifting/store credit ruse
At about 2:30 p.m. Feb. 5, a 23-year-old man from Centereach allegedly stole an internet router from Lowe’s Home Improvement on Route 112 in Medford, returned it for store credit, and then used the store credit to purchase a Porter-Cable air compressor, which he allegedly later sold for cash, according to police. He was arrested and charged with petit larceny.
A resident of a home on Piedmont Drive in Port Jefferson Station received a phone call at about 1 p.m. Feb. 2 from a man stating she was owed a refund from computer repair work previously done at her home, according to police. She gave the man her account information under the guise of him depositing the refund into her account, and instead money was withdrawn, police said.
Attacked walking to car
At a home on Avolet Court in Mount Sinai Feb. 4 at about 11 p.m., someone exited the house to retrieve an item from a vehicle parked outside and was allegedly approached by an unknown man who caused minor lacerations to the face and stomach of the victim with an unknown object, according to police.
Hit and run 2
While on Perigee Drive in Stony Brook Feb. 2 at about 9 a.m., a 21-year-old woman from Stony Brook driving a 2009 Audi allegedly crashed into a parked 2017 Chevrolet and left the scene without exchanging insurance or contact information, according to police. She was arrested Feb. 5 in Selden and charged with leaving the scene of an accident with property damage.
A 53-year-old woman from Selden allegedly stole a total of five pairs of Beats by Dre headphones from stores in the Walt Whitman Mall in Huntington on two separate occasions — Nov. 9 and Dec. 10 — according to police. She was arrested Feb. 1 in Selden and charged with fourthdegree grand larceny and petit larceny.
At about 2:30 p.m. Feb. 3 while in a 2004 Saturn on Route 347 in Setauket, a 27-yearold man from Coram allegedly possessed the drug Xanax without a valid prescription, according to police. He was arrested and charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Pizza place fight
At Port Jeff Pizza on Main Street at about 3 a.m. Feb. 4, a man was allegedly punched in the face by another man, who fled immediately after, according to police.
A 2006 Nissan was stolen from a home on Judith Drive in Coram Feb. 4 at about 4:30 a.m., according to police.
Train station assault
At about 1 p.m. Feb. 3, a man was walking in the parking lot of the Port Jefferson Long Island Rail Road station when an unknown suspect beat him with his bare hands, according to police. — COMPILED BY ALEX PETROSKI
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Clockwise from left, Mount Sinai’s Gabby Sartori maintains possession; Casey Campo carries the ball into Miller Place’s zone; Gabby Sartori finds her lane; and Mount Sinia’s Margaret Kopceinski, on right, knocks the ball away from Miller Place’s Alexa Corbin.
Sartori scores 28 points for Mustangs’ 19th win
Mount Sinai 56, Miller Place 25
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BY DESIRÉE KEEGAN DESIREE@TBRNEWSMEDIA.COM Gabby Sartori turned in her strongest showing of the season at the right time. Mount Sinai’s junior guard tallied 15 of her game-high 28 points in the third quarter to put the contest out of reach in her girls basketball team’s 56-25 win at Miller Place Feb. 2. She also finished with seven rebounds and five assists.
“I thought Gabby had an unbelievable game,” head coach Jeff Koutsantanou said of the starter who eclipsed 1,500 career points earlier this season. “Best of the year.” After Mount Sinai raced to a 10-0 start, Miller Place’s Ally Tarantino amped up the intensity, scoring all 11 of her points in the first half to get her team back within striking distance. The Panthers closed within one point twice, the second time, coming on a Tarantino buzzer-beater to bring the halftime score to 19-18. Sartori, who was guarding senior Jess Iavaroni in the first half, holding her scoreless, switched her focus to Tarantino, keeping her off the stat sheet in the second. The Mustangs used five forced turnovers to swing the momentum back in its favor to open the third. Sartoti said her team never counted itself out. “You can’t lose hope,” she said. “You have to keep your head up, especially when people are looking up to you. Our coaches did a good job of keeping us composed, we didn’t read into things. When the game gets close, we embrace it. I have so much fun in a game like this.” The Mustangs finished with seven total turnovers and outscored the Panthers 37-7 in the second half. Junior guard Brooke Cergol, who added seven points and four assists, said the team used halftime to get a better game plan in place. “At halftime, we all listen to each other talk about what we should keep doing, and what we need to change, and coming out in the third quarter we went after it,” she said. “What I love about this team is we all give our maximum effort. We have been in close games before, and we know how to handle it.” Even when Mount Sinai wasn’t forcing turnovers, heavy defensive pressure was enough to disrupt Miller Place’s offensive flow. “We like creating transition opportunity off turnovers — we like getting steals —
and if we don’t get a steal or we don’t force a turnover, they’re 15 seconds into the shot clock, at which point, they don’t have a lot of time to execute,” assistant coach John Mees said. “It manifested into some good results today.” With one game left this season, Mount Sinai is one step closer to making history. Last year, the Mustangs were one win away from a perfect season, dropping the last match of the regular season to ShorehamWading River. Mount Sinai improved to 19-0 overall and 15-0 in League VI with its latest win, and will host Hampton Bays today, Feb. 8, at 5:45 p.m., with the hope of becoming the first Mustangs team to complete a perfect season. Mees said the younger athletes in the district are already motivated to emulate what they see upperclassmen doing out on the court. Sartori said she already sees it in the girls who come to clinics and to watch games. “These girls are so confident in their abilities that they have loftier goals than
just 20 wins and being undefeated, and they’d rather take a loss and hold up that state championship trophy,” Mees said. “Where it’s most impactful is how it affects the younger girls in the community. They look up to these girls as heroines. When it’s written up in the paper ‘Mustangs go undefeated,’ it inspires the younger girls to want to play, and that makes our program stronger going forward.” Even though the victory would be a cherry on top of an already great season for the upperclassmen on senior night, the girls said they already have a playoff mindset, looking to defend their Suffolk County title. “We were talking about it happening, but have no idea how it’s going to feel, but we’re excited,” Sartori said. “To see where we are now and how far we’ve come, it shows the amount of hard work we put into this season. It’s all coming to fruition now.” Check www.tbrnewsmedia.com for results from Mount Sinai’s Feb. 8 game against Hampton Bays.
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Painting/Spackling/ Wallpaper BOBâ€™S PAINTING SERVICE 25 Years Experience Interior/Exterior Painting, Spackling, Staining, Wallpaper Removal, Power washing. Free Estimates. Lic/Ins. #17981. 631-744-8859 COUNTRYSIDE PAINTING A Company built on recommendations interior/exterior power washing, expert painting and staining, all work owner operated, serving The Three Villages for 23 years, neat professional service, senior discount, affordable pricing, 631-698-3770. LaROTONDA PAINTING & DESIGN Interior/exterior, sheetrock repairs, taping/spackling, wallpaper removal, Faux, decorative finishings. Free estimates. Lic.#53278-H/Ins. Ross LaRotonda 631-689-5998
Tree Work ARBOR-VISTA TREE CARE Complete Tree care service devoted to the care of trees. Maintenance pruning, waterview work, sun-trimming, elevating, pool areas, storm thinning, large tree removal, stump grinding. Wood chips. Lic#18902HI. Free estimates. 631-246-5377 EASTWOOD TREE & LANDSCAPE, INC. Experts in tree care and landscaping. Serving Suffolk County for 25 years. Lic.#35866H/Ins. 631-928-4070 eastwoodtree.com SUNBURST TREE EXPERTS Since 1974, our history of customer satisfaction is second to none. Pruning/removals/planting, plant health care. Insect/Disease Management. ASK ABOUT GYPSY MOTH AND TICK SPRAYS Bonded employees. Lic/Ins. #8864HI 631-744-1577
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