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Nassau County police are searching for a teenager from Long Beach who went missing on Monday at 1 a.m. According to detectives with the Missing Persons Squad, 15-year-old Jessi Vogt was last seen … more
East Meadow’s Emily Shurina had an eerie feeling when she stepped to the foul line with 26 seconds left and her team trailing visiting Calhoun by a point in last Friday’s Nassau Class AA girls’ basketball first-round playoff matchup. more
The playoff matchup between No. 3 South Side and No. 19 Kennedy may have looked like a easy one to call on paper, but, like most Nassau Class A boys’ basketball postseason games, it was a barnburner. more
Trailing by eight points with less than five minutes remaining and its biggest offensive threat done for the night, Hewlett stormed back with its season in jeopardy to send last Friday’s Nassau Class A boys’ basketball first-round playoff game against Locust Valley to overtime. more
After falling twice to Glen Cove during the regular season, Lynbrook went on the road and rallied in the fourth quarter to knock off the Big Red when it mattered most. more
The Press Club of Long Island will host a panel discussion, “Why a Community Newspaper Is a Great Place to Start — and Make — a Career in Journalism,” on Wednesday, March 15, … more
Despite owning the top seed in the Nassau Class A boys' basketball playoffs, Elmont head coach George Holub knew his team would have its hands full with No. 17 Valley Stream South. more
The Sewanhaka girls’ basketball team came into the postseason with 17 wins and the No. 3 seed in the Nassau Class A playoffs. With a strong defensive unit and a variety of different sources of offense, the Lady Indians continued their journey with a 68-52 victory over No. 14 Glen Cove on Feb. 16. more
Seaford steamrolled into the Nassau County Class A girls’ basketball quarterfinals with a dominating first-round playoff win against Jericho on Feb. 16. The fourth-seeded Lady Vikings captured the program’s first postseason game in three years with a 61-33 win at home. more
Alexis Lake could only carry Malverne so far. The junior forward scored the Lady Mules’ first 16 points and they led Oyster Bay by as many as seven in the first half of last Saturday’s Nassau Class B girls’ basketball semifinal playoff game at SUNY Old Westbury before the momentum turned. more
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