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With its last five regular-season games decided by a total of six goals, Long Beach was as battle tested as any team for the Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse playoffs. more
Lynbrook used offensive balance from its top four scorers and a lot of Hope to advance beyond the first round of the Nassau girls’ lacrosse playoffs for a third consecutive season and for the 12th time under 15-year coach Vincent Tetro. more
A walk-off victory in the opening round of the Nassau Class A softball playoffs and a mercy rule win in the quarterfinals was nothing compared to what Mepham accomplished in last week’s semifinals. more
It’s commonly thought that the toughest high school baseball title to win in the state of New York is the Nassau County Class A championship. With 34 teams vying for county supremacy, and the competition fierce, the last team standing will certainly have proved its mettle. more
It’s been a banner year for the girls at Elmont High School. The Spartans had success in track & field, advanced to the state finals on the basketball court, captured a softball league championship, and won a playoff game on the lacrosse field for the first time in program history. The latter came in dramatic fashion. more
Seaford was unable to carry its late-season momentum into the playoffs. After entering the Class A baseball postseason tournament winning eight of nine games, two close losses quickly dashed the Vikings’ championship dreams. more
Oceanside closed the regular season in style May 16, taking care of business against Freeport, 20-10, to earn a split of the Conference A boys’ lacrosse eight-game schedule and set up a first-round playoff matchup with fourth-seeded Port Washington. more
West Hempstead boys’ tennis faced a unique challenge as the school undergoes a renovation of its athletic facilities, including the installation of new turf fields and tennis courts – every game this spring took place on the road. more
There was only one direction for the Baldwin boys’ tennis team to go after a rough 2017 season. But not only did the team show improvement, it proved it could reach even greater heights sooner rather than later. more
The Glen Cove Big Red boys’ lacrosse team finished its 2018 campaign 7-8 (4-4 Conference B) and showed some tremendous late-season skill and heart, despite some trials and tribulations throughout the year. more
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