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One of the biggest concerns about loved ones as they age is the risk of social isolation. According to the Administration on Aging, those over 65 represent almost 15% of the population. This number … more
A little rusty in its season-opening victory, Carey’s passing game was practically unstoppable last Saturday as senior quarterback Dominic Rutigliano and a talented supporting cast led a 49-27 road win over Nassau Conference II rival Elmont. more
Lawrence boys’ soccer coach Pat Leary keeps reminding his players the season is still early, but at the same time he’s “optimistic and very excited” about a dynamic start. more
The North Shore Vikings stormed the field for Homecoming last Saturday to emerge in victorious fashion, downing the Carle Place/Wheatley Wildfrogs 28-7 in front of a sizable and electric crowd. more
With crosstown rivals battling it out on the gridiron in front of a large and lively crowd, the atmosphere was intoxicating on the grounds of Malverne High School last Friday night. The host Mules were hoping to secure their first victory, while West Hempstead was looking to start its season off with back-to-back wins. more
Long Beach boys’ soccer opened at home with a come-from-behind 3-2 win against defending Nassau Class AA champion Calhoun, a confidence-boosting upset that coach Leo Palacio expects will propel his team to an outstanding 2017 campaign. more
Age and experience aren’t always interchangeable terms. Witness Freeport’s girls’ soccer team – which began play this season with only two seniors, but whose roster consists entirely of returners, including nine starters from last year’s squad, which finished third in Conference AA-3 at 4-3-1, 5-3-1 overall. more
The Glen Cove boys’ soccer team, one year removed from winning the Nassau Class A and Co-Long Island championships, return to play this year looking to once again cause a ruckus in Conference A-2. Through its first six league games, the Big Red begin the new season 3-1-2. more
Even on a day when its offense was unable to finish, East Meadow stretched its unbeaten streak to three games — all on the road — in Nassau Conference AA-I girls’ soccer by settling for a scoreless draw at Hicksville on Sept. 13. more
The Valley Stream North girls’ soccer team entered the 2016 season as a team on the rise after a tough overtime loss in the first round of the previous year’s Nassau Class A playoffs. more
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