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The return of only three starters hasn’t kept Clarke’s field hockey team from picking up where it left off last season when it earned 11 victories and reached the semifinal round of the Nassau Class B playoffs. more
Kennedy has picked up right where it left off on the volleyball court following an appearance in the Nassau County Class A Final Four last fall. The Lady Cougars won six of their first eight matches... more
Defending Nassau County Class A boys’ soccer champion South Side extended its unbeaten streak to start 2015 to 11 games last Monday afternoon when it settled for a scoreless draw at Kennedy. more
After suffering through more than 60 minutes of scoreless football, Long Beach got a special teams touchdown early in the second quarter of last Saturday’s 26-8 Conference II victory over visiting Manhasset to end the drought. more
Valley Stream Central missed out on last year’s Nassau County Class AA boys’ soccer playoffs by one game, and the disappointment of being that close added extra fuel for 2015. more
Running out of time and daylight after Division’s bus was late to Hewlett for a Nassau Conference AB-IV girls’ soccer matchup on Oct. 1, causing officials to shave 10 minutes off each half, senior Sydney Corda salvaged a 2-2 draw for the host Lady Bulldogs by scoring her second goal of the day with less than five minutes to go. more
A week removed from its first loss of the season, East Rockaway rebounded in a big way by rolling to a 43-16 Homecoming victory over Mineola last Saturday afternoon. James Tierney ran for a team-high 128 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries to lead the offensive fireworks. more
After three weeks of football in summerlike weather, the conditions last Saturday — gray skies, 55 degrees and wind gusts of 25 mph — throughout Nassau County made it feel more like playoff time than the season’s midway mark. more
At the midway point of the season, Wantagh girls’ soccer team is in the mix to earn one of the top seeds in the upcoming Nassau Class A playoffs. Wantagh (4-2-4) entered the week in a four-way tie for first place in Conference AB-1 with South Side, Island Trees and Manhasset. more
After struggling through a fall that yielded just one victory on the boys’ soccer pitch, Sewanhaka entered the 2015 season with something to prove to Nassau Conference A-1 foes. more
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