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Gift ideas for kids that love volleyball!

Volleyball season is quickly approaching…so the holidays are a terrific time to add some flair to your kid’s look while playing. Wilson Graffiti Ball We love this ball…it bridges sports & art, which is really cool! But also, it’s great when practice is over and you can find your ball without checking for your name. Read more…

CYO Volleyball registration underway!!!

Volleyball. I’ll bet you didn’t think it would be tough to get on your school’s team, but it’s one of the more challenging…. You see, most winter sports require indoor space. Indoor space means that less kids can be accommodated. Which means that usually there are some cuts. But never fear, once again CYO comes Read more…

Go Vote.

Today’s the day. You know the stakes are high when someone stops by your house and tells you the wrong place to vote. We thought that only happened in the movies….but happen it did, right here on Long Island. Fortunately we know where to go and we’ll be there before the clock strikes 9pm. What Read more…

Turkey Trots – the great walk or run before the feast!

We’re new to Turkey Trots. Those of you who know me know that I’m lying when I say that. I have yet to run — or walk — a trot. Same with my husband. But my daughter signed up last year and walked/ran with some of her teammates. She’s 11. She came home with slightly Read more…

Try hockey FREE November 9 – 11 at one of these rinks!

Try hockey for free November 9-11 thanks to USA Hockey, SportsEngine and the New York Islanders’ “Play Hockey Free.” The program introduces kids to the sport with professional coaches and some equipment. So, if your kid’s ever been interested in playing hockey (and let’s face it, who hasn’t???), then this is a great intro without Read more…

The See-Saw Principle for Kids

Does flourishing in life and sport come down to understanding a simple piece of playground equipment? I came across the see saw principle in the book, “Emotional Agility” by Susan David. I had never heard of it, and yet it made sense especially as it relates to youth sports. THE SEE-SAW PRINCIPLE The author uses Read more…