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The Nassau Countywide Baseball Conference remains in existence for numerous reasons. Rather than have rebuilding teams constantly withstand ignominious losses, the league allows programs to play competitive games while working their way back to respectability. Nobody gains from being on either side of one-sided games is the philosophy behind it. more
With its season hanging in the balance, Long Beach worked a little overtime to advance to the Nassau Class B girls’ lacrosse semifinals for the third time in four years. more
After spending consecutive springs winning huge postseason games on the road, Oceanside, by virtue of being the top seed in Nassau Class AA, is finding out that having home field advantage in the playoffs can be beneficial. more
Of South Side senior goaltender Chris Aranalde’s 10 saves against Carey in last Friday’s Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse quarterfinal at Hofstra, none was bigger than his point-blank stop off Joe Sciacca late in the second quarter with the score knotted at two. more
It was clear from the first inning that runs were going to be at a premium in the third-round Nassau County Class A baseball playoff game between No. 3 Seaford and No. 11 Kennedy last Friday. more
An overtime loss to South Side in the regular-season finale proved pivotal to the Wantagh boys’ lacrosse team and its quest for a deep playoff run. more
With a spot in the Nassau Class AA baseball semifinals on the line May 19, the stakes were extremely high for the sixth meeting between district rivals Calhoun and Mepham in an 11-day span. more
East Meadow looked to have been backed into a corner by Massapequa in the fourth inning of Game 2 of the Nassau County Class AA softball semifinals on May 17. more
Valley Stream South was bounced early in the Nassau Class A baseball playoffs following a season that exceeded head coach Ken Ward’s expectations. The Falcons finished the regular season 10-6-1 in Conference A-III. more
No. 16 Hewlett entered its Nassau Class A postseason matchup with No. 8 Lynbrook having won just once in its previous seven games. But against the Owls, the Bulldogs looked far from a struggling team, as they did just about everything right on the field and came away with a 6-1 victory to advance to the third round of the playoffs. more
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