PAL activities Cancelled

PAL activities cancelled

Dear Parents,

We hope everyone is staying safe & healthy during this difficult time.

Although we were remaining optimistic that we could provide the Bellmore community with a partial soccer season, unfortunately this is no longer the case. You and your child’s safety are our main concern.

Due to guidelines from the CDC, Health Department and the state, Nassau County Pal Headquarters has officially cancelled the Spring Intramural season. A credit will be applied to your account for the fall season. However, you will still need to register again in the fall.

For those who cannot participate in the Fall 2020 soccer season, send us an email at ncbellmorepal@gmail.com and we will give you a full refund. Please be patient with us. This may take a little longer as we try to work this out with our processing vendor.

Thank you for your continued support, patience and understanding.

Be well and stay safe,

Bellmore Pal

Parents, some of you might have heard recently that we lost our fields at Boces. We are currently working to get them back. The BMCHSD has been working with us to help resolve this issue. The school district has given up their practice space at Boces for us, as well as additional space at their school fields too. Thanks to the Bellmore Merrick Central High School district for the continuous support to our Pal Programs!!!

2K Challenge

2K Challenge is a fun cross country race for the kids.

It was held at Gardiner’s County Park on Sunday, October 21. This race has hay bales in 2 spots on the course which adds to the fun factor.

 

 

 

 

On the start line on a very chilly day

Hanging out before the race

Friends, fun, laughter – this is what a team is all about!

Way to go guys!
One more race to go – Championship meet on November 11!

 

2018 Cross Country

The USATF XC Invitational was held at Gardiners County Park on Sunday, October 7 and the Bellmore PAL XC team was there doing their coaches & parents proud.Coach Lam and Coach Charlie with some of the team before the start of the meet – Madeleine, Ryan, Alex, Lucas, Mikhaila, Joylin, Analia, Nicholas, Diego, Evan, Jaylah, Lilliana, Izabella, Nathan

Mikhaila,  Alex and John,  in the 13/14 age group ran  4K.
Athletes 8 & under ran  2k, 9/10 year olds &11/12 year olds ran 3K.
It was a great day for our athletes!

 

Mile Grand Prix

Our 2nd Mile Grand Prix ended with the Farmingdale Mile on September 1.

The Grand Prix included the LI Marathon mile, Bellmore Striders July 4th mile, Massapequa Mile, Farmingdale Mile.

Warming up on the start line of the July 4th mile with other young athletes

 

 

 

 

 

Pictures from the Massapequa Mile

Sitting on a bench cooling off from their run in Farmingdale

Kate on the podium

It was a great Grand Prix .
Results are based on each athlete running 3 of the 4 mile races.

9-12 year boys
1st – Ryan Anderson; 2nd – Diego Martinez; 3rd – Mikael Panju

13-14 year boys
1st – Anthony Scotto; 2nd – Alex Ramirez

11-13 year girls
1st – Leanna Trefcer; 2nd – Mikhaila Hawthorne

There were  7 other athletes who did not complete 3 races.

They are moving on to High School

Healthy competition between team mates – Anthony & John

Massapequa Mile  2018                          Farmingdale Mile 2018

They start  high school in September this year!

 

Kate, Steven, John and Anthony at the Bellmore Striders 4 mile on July 4th.

Best wishes guys – it was awesome having you on the team through the years!

 

Your coaches and teammates are very proud of you!