Great Day of Golf At The Brooklyn Tech Football Outing

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Vinny Aceto putting for par, as Terry Most looks on.

Alumni, coaches, players and friends came down to the Marine Park Seaside Links this past Friday July 17th for a great day of golf.  The 7th annual event was put together to raise money for both the Adam J. Cirillo Scholarship Foundation and the BTHS Parent’s Football Club.  The weather was perfect, even if the golf wasn’t, and the seven foursomes were able to get in 18 holes in just under five hours.

Coach McKenna’s foursome included outgoing President of the New York City Football Coaches Association and current New Utrecht Head Coach Alan Balkan, along with media pro Vinny Aceto and Tech Alum and CPA Terry Most.

Alan Balkan tees off at the 10th hole.
Alan Balkan tees off at the 10th hole.
TK, Katie and the Cuzzocrea's at the registration table.
TK, Katie and the Cuzzocrea’s at the registration table.

Technite and former Stony Brook Head Football Coach Sam Kornhauser played in a foursome with former Tech linebacker Michael Tom.  Recently retired Alum and former football coach Chris Columbo played in a foursome with Brian “Papa Mac” McKenna and 2011 Adam J. Cirillo Scholarship winner, Michael Plonski.

As the afternoon shifted into evening, Steve Fabrizio and his wonderful staff at Marine Park served dinner to the guests. Raffles including autographed balls, complements of Joe Namath and Boomer Esiason, were raffled off along with other items and memorabilia.

The outing was also a success because of the generosity of our sponsors:

Tournament Sponsors: Ridgewood Savings Bank, Pennoni, Newburgh Veterinary Hospital

Lunch & Dinner Sponsors: Brimax Distributing, Brooklyn Sporting Goods, BTHS Football Alumni Association, John Cioffi

Cart Sponsors: Zog Sports, Yusef Johnson

Valet Sponsor: Christine Urquhart

Tee Sponsors: LCJ Associates, Jim Dibenedetto, Charles Pomaro, Art Kettenbiel, Bakers Dozen, Scales Aviation, Jay O. Rappaport, Gibraltar Transmission, Terry Most, Jeff Rosen

Raffle Donations by: Boomer Esiason Foundation, Joe Namath/John Dockery Football Camp, New York Mets, St. John’s University, Kollegetown

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