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Valley Stream Central’s improbable run is not done yet. After beginning the Nassau Class AA baseball playoffs by taking down Port Washington, and nailing down the program’s first postseason win in 13 years in the process, the 10th-seeded Eagles continued their incredible story by eliminating No. 1 East Meadow. more
Riding a 16-game winning streak that put the team one game from the Nassau County Class AA softball championships, Clarke found itself in a two-run hole after just one inning of the second game of its semifinals series with No. 11 Plainedge. more
Hewlett struggled to find the win column this spring against a tough set of Conference II girls’ lacrosse rivals, but coach Pat Gormley said when the youthful Lady Bulldogs played with confidence it made all the difference in the world. more
A Seaford baseball season filled with promise came to a sudden end last week. After winning their opening playoff game at fifth-seeded Floral Park 9-7 on May 16, the Vikings were eliminated from the double elimination Nassau County Class A tournament with back-to-back losses. more
Already with 15 strikeouts and a 350-foot homer, Oceanside pitcher Kyle Martin still had work to do against resilient Mepham in the bottom of the seventh of the third and decisive game of their Nassau Class AA baseball quarterfinal playoff series on May 21. more
Long Beach had the tying runs on base in the sixth and seventh innings of its Nassau Class AA softball quarterfinal playoff matchup with Mepham, but was unable to get the big hit that would keep its season alive. more
Malverne’s softball team suffered a few tough losses during the opening month of play. However, down the stretch the Lady Mules took their game to another level, and rode a strong second half all the way to a Nassau Conference AB-IV championship. more
The tide appears to be turning in the girls’ lacrosse rivalry between Wantagh and Garden City. For a second straight year, third-seeded Wantagh scored the first four goals of their Nassau Class B semifinal matchup, got stellar goaltending from Grace Beshlian, and never trailed on the way to knocking off No. 2 Garden City. more
When Park Avenue Elementary School sixth-grader Anthony D’Amato learned last year that he would be taught how to tap dance by Joseph Webb, director of the American Embassy of Dance, he was … more
The crowd stood and cheered for one woman during the May 7, 2013 North Bellmore Board of Education meeting — Marie Testa, who had just been named the district’s superintendent. Randee Colter, … more
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