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  • GREENEVILLE, Tenn. – Andre De Giorgi and Franziska Funke were named the male and female athletes of the year at “An Evening with the Pioneers” Tuesday night at Pioneer Arena. Over 500 student-athletes, coaches and guests were in attendance at the event, which honors Tusculum’s student-athletes for both on the field and off the field success.

  • A delayed celebration of Pi Day turned into a Pie in the Face day for teachers, when Lynbrook South Middle School hosted a creative fundraiser for Autism Speaks on April 28.

  • Residents of the East Meadow School District joined students, faculty and board of education members for the district’s ninth annual “Run with the Rams” 5K fundraiser, sponsored by the W.T. Clarke Athletic Department, on April 29.

  • In honor of NYPD Sgt. Paul Tuozzolo, who was killed in the line of duty last November, the West Islip and North Babylon varsity baseball teams and their respective communities joined together on April 24 to play a tribute baseball game at Bethpage Ballpark.

  • Glen Cove High School’s Student Senate, under the direction of adviser Ellen Lynch, hosted a dodgeball tournament on April 26 to raise money for the American Cancer Society.

  • Members of East Islip High School’s girls varsity lacrosse team volunteered during the EJ Autism Foundation’s 11th annual four-mile Jigsaw Run/Walk for Autism on April 23. The team, which participates in the event each year, ran one of the water stations during the race, held at the East Islip Marina.

  • Cameron Summers, Sports Editor/ Sports Writer

  • Members of the Niagara University men's basketball team visited the Women's & Children's Hospital of Buffalo on Monday during finals week.

  • On April 23, Smithtown High School West Leadership students organized the “Running with the Bulls” race to benefit Angela’s House. The nonprofit organization helps medically frail children and their families. This fun walk and run was an overwhelming success and more than $1,600 was raised.

  • Smithtown High School West’s Habitat for Humanity Club recently participated in a build at Mastic Beach. The students did tile and floor work in addition to meeting members from AmeriCorps and current Habitat homeowners. The students raised $2,000 through various events to donate to Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk.

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