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Playing against each other for the second time in four days and for a fourth straight day overall, Long Beach and Calhoun continued on their respective paths in Nassau Conference AA-I softball on April 21. more
Kennedy High School’s annual Cougar Invite went off without a hitch under sunny skies last Saturday. As it does each year, the track invitational attracted hundreds of runners and spectators, who filled Kennedy’s bleachers and track on April 16. more
Calhoun used a patient and balanced offensive attack, along with a strong finish from freshman goalie Kyle Munson (11 saves) to turn back district-rival Kennedy, 10-8, last Saturday and earn its first Conference B-I boys’ lacrosse victory of the season. more
Kennedy snapped its four-game losing skid on the diamond with a decisive 12-3 victory over Manhasset in the opener of their three-game series last Monday. Junior Frankie Bruno played the role of streak buster on the mound, throwing six innings of no-hit baseball. more
Mepham’s quick start on the boys’ lacrosse field can be attributed to a developing offense that’s piled up 31 goals in four games. Six different players found the net in the Pirates most recent win, a 14-2 decision over Freeport on March 31, with sophomore Jack Gibbons (four goals), freshman Robbie Guglielmo (three) and junior Jon Olson (three) leading the way. more
There is plenty of optimism surrounding both the Molloy College baseball and softball programs this spring, and an improved pitching staff is the biggest reason why for both teams. more
Nearly 100 people gathered at Gate 3 of Belmont Park on Saturday to urge state lawmakers to support two bills that would prohibit electronic gaming on Long Island. The rally, organized by the … more
As the W20 Foundation's Project Team Up 4 Community (TU4C) closes out the 2015-16 Community Service Challenges, it is excited to be hosting a Long Island Sports Impact Awards Banquet on May 25 at the Fox Hollow in Woodbury. more
A bill intended to prevent the installation of electronic gaming machines on Long Island was introduced in the State Senate on March 17. The legislation, offered by Sen. Tony Avella, a Democrat … more
After three straight years of just missing the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) playoffs, Hofstra baseball head coach John Russo added a former New York Yankee hurler to his staff in an effort to get over the top. more
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