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SUNY Geneseo junior Sara Rosenzweig finished seventh at the NCAA Division III Atlantic Regional Championships to lead the Knights to first place out of 44 teams. Geneseo hosted the meet at Letchworth State Park. more
The tradition of wrestling continues in Lynbrook as the Lynbrook Youth Athletic Association has announced the beginning of its 39th season. The first practice is Saturday, December 5 and will run through March 19. more
An Oct. 25 ceremony inducting the Hofstra 1975-76 and 1999-00 men’s basketball teams that reached the NCAA Tournament into the university’s athletics hall of fame has provided extra inspiration for a talented 2015-16 group to make similar history. more
It was billed as the “Battle of Wantagh Avenue.” Just 1.2 miles separates Wantagh and MacArthur high schools, so when the two schools met last Friday night at Hofstra University’s Shuart Stadium for the county championship football game, there was much familiarity between the two sides. more
A week after MacArthur dethroned two-time defending Nassau Conference II and Long Island Class II football champion Carey by scoring 22 unanswered points, the Generals captured their first county title since 2002 in similar come-from-behind fashion against neighboring Wantagh. more
Two costly Oceanside turnovers and a Hail Mary pass proved the difference last Friday night as No. 2 Farmingdale knocked off the top-seeded Sailors, 34-23, in the Nassau Conference I championship game played before an enthusiastic crowd of 6,000 at Hofstra. more
After capturing their sixth Nassau County boys’ volleyball championship in the last eight years — and their third in the last four — on Nov. 12, the Kennedy Cougars dropped three tight sets (30-28, 25-22, 25-22) to Hauppauge in the Long Island Class B Championship last Saturday at SUNY Old Westbury. more
The Valley Stream Sandlot Baseball League celebrated the end of its 73rd season by hosting its annual championship dinner at the American Legion Post on Oct. 28. more
Oceanside’s football team keeps rewriting history and became a Perfect 10 last Saturday night despite squandering a 20-point first-quarter lead in its Nassau Conference I semifinal playoff matchup with Massapequa at Hofstra. more
After falling short against Lynbrook in last year’s Nassau Class B girls’ volleyball final, Seaford turned the table on the Lady Owls on Nov. 11 at SUNY Old Westbury to capture its fourth county championship in the last five seasons. more
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