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Jack’s Sports Blog

My name is Jack Cavaioli,a junior at Farmingdale High School, and this is my sports blog. Here I will be covering day-to-day sports news and events, keeping you up to date on the exciting sports world and everything that happens within it. I play volleyball and lacrosse here at Farmingdale, so sports is definitely something I care about and am passionate about. I hope this blog is a quick, easy, fun way for you to read about sports news.

Dalers Win Big

Jack Cavaioli, Editor

On January 3rd, 2019 the Massapequa Chiefs traveled to Farmingdale High School to face their cross-town rival, the Dalers. Coach Pastier and the Dalers were coming off a convincing win against Floral Park six days earlier, and a few days of practice in preparation for the rivalry game. Sitting at five wins and one loss, Farmingdale was feeling confident and ready to win a big game against the Chie...

LAXing in the Bubble

Jack Cavaioli, Editor

The temperatures outside may be below freezing, but it’s nice and warm inside the Farmingdale Bubble on Conklin Street. This is where the Farmingdale Dalers boys lacrosse team trains, improves skills, and develops team chemistry prior to the start of the spring season. Every Tuesday and Thursday after school the boys make their way to the bubble; upperclassmen even do their best to drive undercla...

Best Game Ever?

Jack Cavaioli, Editor

On Monday night, November 19th, the Los Angeles Rams played the Kansas City Chiefs in what fans are now saying was the best football game the NFL has ever seen. Leading up to this game, everyone expected an excellent offensive battle between the teams, as they have the top offenses in the league. No one expected both teams to score fifty points, as it has never happened in a game until now. The tw...

College Basketball Has Begun

Jack Cavaioli, Editor

It is a great time of the year for sports fans. NHL, NFL, college football, and now college basketball are all rolling along. NCAA hoops are always exciting, as the long quest for the championship in March begins now. This year the college basketball hype revolves around the talented freshman class that is coming in, and making a significant impact already. The most notable group of outstanding fr...

Lady Dalers Volleyball

Jack Cavaioli, Editor

Farmingdale volleyball often times does not get the credit it deserves, as it lives in the shadow of more popular sports like soccer and football. Exciting, fast-paced, and entertaining, volleyball is actually one of the most interesting and unique sports to watch. With that being said, the Lady Dalers Volleyball team just finished up their season with a loss to Plainview in the playoffs. Even though th...

Lady Dalers Soccer Finishes Season

Two nights ago, the Lady Dalers unfortunately lost to the Syosset Braves 2-1 in the first round of the playoffs, ending their season. Sophomore Jaden Keener scored the only goal for the Dalers when they were trailing 2-0, trying to mount a comeback at the end of the game, but there was just not enough time. Even though the season did not end the way they had hoped, it was still a great year overall,...

Blake Griffin Has Monster Game

Jack Cavaioli, Editor

Last night Detroit Pistons Power-Forward Blake Griffin had a career best game, as he was able to propel the Pistons to a 133-132 victory over the 76ers. The 6’10” superstar put up 50 points, 14 rebounds and 6 assists. His most important play of the game came with seconds remaining in overtime, with his team trailing by 2 points. Griffin caught the pass, drove to the hoop, and went up for the l...

Dalers Beat Hempstead

Jack Cavaioli, Editor

This past Saturday, October 20th, the Farmingdale Dalers picked up an important league victory over the Hempstead Tigers, improving their record to 5-2. As the Dalers headed into Hempstead on a clear Saturday fall afternoon, they knew that they needed to take care of business and keep their playoff push going strong. Sophomore Lorenzo Ramos got the Dalers on the board first with a touchdown run, and...

The World Series is Set

Jack Cavaioli, Editor

It doesn’t get more exciting in sports than game seven. The Dodgers and Brewers matched up in the National League Championship series for the right to play the American League Champion, the Boston Red Sox. The series had been even throughout, as each team would match the other, trading wins back and forth until the series sat tied at three games a piece. The best-of-seven-game series would need all seven to ...

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