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There was plenty of enthusiasm at Viking Field last Saturday with a huge crowd packing the stadium to celebrate Homecoming. But Seaford head coach Rob Perpall was left wondering why none of it rubbed off on his team. more
There is always intrigue when East Rockaway and West Hempstead meet on the football field. With each team operating a similar run-oriented, double wing offensive attack, the matchup is a treat for old school, physical football enthusiasts. more
Lawrence’s offense entered last Saturday’s Conference III football showdown against defending champion Wantagh averaging 37.4 points per game and kept on ticking, producing six touchdowns in a 43-15 victory. more
Senior quarterback Kyle Acquavella knew the final seconds were ticking away, but he was unsure of MacArthur’s plans on third down from Elmont’s 21-yard line and no timeouts left. more
It wasn’t pretty at times, but Long Beach managed to complete a season sweep of defending Nassau Class A boys’ volleyball champion Planview-JFK on Tuesday evening with a 15-12 victory in the fifth and deciding set of a back-and-forth match. more
After falling behind in each of its previous two games and failing to score in the opening quarter in three of the first four contests, North Shore focused on a fast start at Clarke last Saturday, and senior Joe Barcellos delivered. more
A team-focused philosophy has propelled MacArthur girls’ soccer to the top of the standings heading into the home stretch of the season. A 3-1 win at Wheatley on Oct. 4 improved MacArthur to 5-0-2 in Conference AB-II. more
Now in his second year as head coach of Mepham’s boys’ soccer team, coach Zachary Gosse feels his team is on the cusp of reaching its full potential as a legitimate county championship contender. more
Elmont expected to have its hands full on the gridiron when South Side came to town for Homecoming last Saturday afternoon, and its presumption was correct. The Cyclones were riding high after a 37-7 drubbing of Manhasset and were looking to make some noise against one of the top teams in Nassau Conference II. more
South Side football is stepping up to the challenge of a higher conference this season. The Cyclones (2-3) enter the home stretch of the 2017 campaign tied for sixth in Conference II and in strong position to reach the playoffs more
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